Where to Start for Singapore?:
‘Tze char’ is the ultimate cultinary experience in Singapore. Freshly cooked food, straight from the wok. In this article, I let you know where you can get the best veggie tze char!
There are a number of Cendol variations available, such as durian, red bean, corn and glutenous rice. I absolutely adore cendol. There is something about the relentlessly humid weather of Singapore and Malaysia that make cendol a truly perfect South-East Asian...read more
Out of the countless vegetarian outlets that have ultimately met their demise since I have been blogging in Singapore, one of the eateries I was most disappointed to see close down was the Changi Airport T2 Ananda Bhavan. This eatery offered a lifeline to vegetarians...read more
Arguably the most shining example of how phenomenal Chinese cooking is the concept of 'tze char' 煮炒 cooking. Whether you are eating in restaurants or hawkers, tze char food is the most common form of Chinese food preparation you are likely to find in...read more
Singapore has been my home for over seven years. When I first came to Singapore, I heard a lot of people tell me that it is tough to be a vegetarian/vegan in Singapore. After living here for long enough, I found this simply was not true. Therefore, I created Hungry...read more
For those who have been following my blog for long enough, you will know that Indian food has a very special place in my heart. I sincerely believe that in terms of diversity, flavour and creativity - No cuisine can match Indian food, especially when it comes to...read more