it’s been quite awhile since I’ve posted any food updates. Have been really busy with exams but I have been trying out food places and even cooking simple stuff, and so here is a mass update 🙂
this is the tamago udon from idaten udon with enoki tempura. Personally, I felt that the curry one was better as I thought this was a little plain especially since there wasn’t much sauce. I’m not a big fan of udon because I find that the noodles are too thick but idaten’s udon is reallly good. They are springy, bouncy and makes udon feel less heavy. You can find them at Tampines and Changi City Point and you can get a bowl from $6 onwards (depending what udon and how much tempura you order)
For my friend’s 18th birthday, we went to the social square and Parkway Parade and I ordered the chicken katsu don. Pretty standard, and rice was so mushy at the bottom. Also, they gave a plastic spoon which is exactly the same spoon I use at home! thought this was interesting because I thought plastic spoons are for kids meals? Restaurants usually provide silverware??
I looove avo sushi (this one is from the social square)okay, this bowl of goodness is SO affordable. The chicken cutlet is legit a whole breast andddd it’s was less than $8. The chicken was crispy and paired really well with the BBQ sauce. There was an option of mayo or BBQ and I told the guy at the counter to give me whichever he thought was best. My meal was complemented with a hot bowl of miso soup. Dang thinking back, I really enjoyed this meal! Moreover, it’s located at the Yoshinoya near my place 🎊tehehe for another of my friend’s birthday, we had itacho sushi and I had to have my avo sushi (in the middle) didn’t take a photo of the rest of the food because I just really wanted to enjoy the time with my friends instead of capturing photos.okay, this is taking slightly too long (I have an exam later) so I’m gonna make it even more brief. Basically, this is what I call cheesy broc and it’s so delicious. Roast the brocc, place the cheese on the broc, lid on. Throw over rice and egg cooked to your preference. A fast meal!
This is made with soy milk and idk what cuisine you’d put it under but it’s pretty amazing. Although I know some people like my mom wouldn’t enjoy this. I came up with this because I wanted to use up the soy milk in the fridge and didn’t want my soup to be so bland and thin like the usual Asian style clear soups. Hence, this was the result of a weird in between of thick and clear soup but it was delicious.lets just say before I could finish my tart, it started pouring and I was stranded at the park. Ended up Cycling home in the rain which was AMAZING!this place has REAL GOOD pasta and pizza. Didn’t get good pics because I was hanging out with a Friend that I don’t get to spend time with often and I was too excited to eat. Seriously, it’s affordable Italian and usually pastas outside are very meh. I think my search for good pasta has finally seen a pasta worth raving about. Will go back someday and then post in more detail because I think it’s really fantastic and life-changing hahahahoh my this is what I’ve been having the past week. Pasta with tuna and a soft boiled egg. Dang, this is goood, quick and easy to make too! I’m still learning how to make soft boiled eggs right, it requires a lot of patience which I’m not the best at sometimes (always so hungry when I get home from school all I want is to fill my belly)
alrighty, this is it for now. Hopefully, I’ll get to do some baking after my exams and family trip 🙂