SG Hawkers

March 31
February 5

But I like to dream. Dream about the sweeter things in life… That’s how I like my life to be and recently, I kept dreaming of those tender pork ribs partially submerged in a bowl of pepperish broth I had back sometime ago over at Eng Kee Bak Kut Teh.

Although the stall is housed amidst the unassuming Teck Ghee Food Center, it’s barely unnoticeable especially with the long queue in front of the stall. It’s like everyone (that I know off) associate Teck Ghee Food Center with Eng Kee’s bak kut teh and true enough, they even end up being recommended by KF Seetoh in his Makansutra 2011…

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December 2

Unlike today’s pasar malam, the night market in my days was much more vibrant with auctioning running with CDs playing Hokkien songs and the lights from all the stalls seemed to light up the night. It was so packed that it seemed like everyone from the neighborhood were there.

Set aside the toys you could win by fishing floating “frogs/ducks”, the next most important aspect has got to be the food. It’s a must have this and a must have that. From oily tapioca cakes to a packet of chewy muah chee but a “I confirm must eat!” food has got to be petite flourly tutu kueh!

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November 29

Hawker food can be great if you know where to look. Places like Bedok and Old Airport Road could easily harbor hawker legends. I think I will post up stuffs about hawker food in time to come which will hopefully clear up some assumptions about me being a haughty boy who hardly eat at hawker centers…

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