The Dirty Stall

Posts Tagged ‘chicken


Posted on: June 22, 2015

By day this is Hua Bee, an small old-school kopitiam serving traditional bowls of fish-ball mee pok noodles and other similar fare.


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Yin Yang is a restaurant that’s conceptualised by celebrity chef Margaret Xu as a contemporary take on Chinese cuisine.

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One of my favourite dishes to eat on a cold and rainy night has definitely gotta be claypot chicken – something hearty that really warms up the body!

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Come anytime of the day to Jurong West Food Centre and you’ll see many tables with the orange plates and green bowls from Soh Kee Cooked Food.

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Oyakodonnnnnn! Those who have tried it on my recommendation will know the purpose of this post hehehe. For a short review, see my original post here.


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Having tried the good old fashioned style of yakitori at Toriki on my last trip, I looked towards trying Bird Land on this visit to Tokyo, famous for having 1 Michelin star as a yakitori restaurant.

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Singaporeans are not the only ones who queue up like crazy for good food. In Northern Higashiyama of Kyoto, the udon shop Yamamoto Menzou makes both locals and tourists alike queue up like crazy.

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This is perfect as a simple lunch on a public holiday – a roast chicken!

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Piri-piri chicken is actually simply chicken cooked with the piri-piri sauce, which is a sauce that is Portuguese in origin and is so named because it uses the African piri-piri peppers, something akin to our local chilli padi.

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This popular curry fish head stall used to be at Dover Market where I visited them every few weeks until Dover Market was closed for renovations and they had to move.

I didn’t know they moved to Ghim Moh Market until I was in the queue for my favourite Jiu Jiang Shao La and I saw them at the next stall. So the next time I visited, I ordered from them again.

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Past dishes