Chinese New Year is approaching and I am sure everyone is getting ready for some steamboat (hot pot) sessions with family and friends soon. With that there are many ingredients which you can add in such as seafood, vegetables, meat and many more. Having steamboat is a great bonding time where everyone gets to sit around the table; chatting and enjoy the food while at the same time get your hands on cooking your favourite ingredients.
Recently we received a new year bundle courtesy of Wong Kee Noodle which enable us to enjoy our favourite hotpot without much hassle. You can check their items from the list below for their new year special bundles.
Wednesday, 27 January 2016
Sunday, 24 January 2016
As you know reunion dinner is an important affair especially for Asian families during Chinese New Year. But however people nowadays prefer to eat out in order to save the hassle of cooking and cleaning up. So I hope by sharing this post it will help to inspire you to prepare your very own reunion feast this coming new year for your beloved family.
Monday, 21 December 2015
Bangkok Chinatown. But at a glance the surroundings are still looking familiar perhaps just with a few added modern walking streets and busy traffic of motorbikes and tuk-tuks. During our visit we explore some of the streets along Yaowarat Road; get some traditional Chinese sausages, Chinese herbs and also drop by the wholesale & wet markets selling seasonal fruits, dried goods, fresh seafood, cooked food, handicraft, clothing and many more.
Wednesday, 16 December 2015
You Huak Restaurant). As long as I could remember this stall had being at the same location for more than 10 years serving loyalty patrons who loved their signature white beehoon. The dinner queues usually starts to crazy during evening time from around 5pm onward and most of the time you need to wait for at least 20 minutes or more before you can grab your seats. Now with another 2 new outlets (sun plaza shopping centre & punggol settlement) serving similar dishes I am sure it will helps to spread up the queues.