Food diary: Singapore
I am done with Chinese food from outside, no really I mean it. On my trip to Singapore I ate Chinese food for almost every meal. While it was great initially, soon my not so hardcore Chinese taste buds seem to have been satiated. I must not complain,the food was tasty, sometimes it was way too bland for my tastes but I would still call it pretty good. A word of appreciation for the street food. If you have a sensitive stomach like me, you would think twice about consuming street food. But not in Singapore, they have high quality control standards or so I have heard and it was mostly agreeable with my stomach except for a shady shack we were pushed into by a few”friends”.
Let me begin by saying that my brother and I are both big seafood fans.
Some enjoyable foods included,
Singapore seafood noodles, an accompaniment to mostly all our meals.
Some Japanese tempura and sushi enjoyed at our hotels buffet.
mussels in Singapore curry.
Every meal in Singapore is accompanied with rice and greens. This plate has some beans and bokchoy. The fried squids were amazing too.
oats crusted prawns. These were good, but a pain to remove the tails and head!
BBQed sting ray
Some not so enjoyable ones,
fish ball soup…disgusting
And since Starbucks has not yet arrived in India (they open this August), I was glad to introduce my brother to one of my favorite indulgences-my fav Caramel Macchiato.
He loved it, I guess love for Sbuxx runs in the family!
Since I complain about the cold weather on the blog, I thought it was only right that I compliment the glorious weather that we are enjoying here!
I have only one question, is spring here? Please say yes, I don’t want any more cold spells!
Gotta get some thesis writing done, but first some blog reading is in order!
Good night friends!