A quick post before I go to bed..
Went to the very famous Din Tai Fung at Paragon, known for their steamed dumplings. After that we went to the basement in Takashimaya for a quick browsing amongst their japanese stalls. Definitely need to go back to take my time there exploring the stuff! This time we just quickly got the dessert for the evening.
OK, time for photos:
Korean BBQ at 2D1N at Tanjong Pagar (think it was there). It was so hot and messy but so much food! 20SGD for a BBQ buffet. SO much meat!! YUM!
My lunch at the Hawker center next to Parkway Parade the other day.
Oh and I had some fish too..;)
OK, first picture of the Din Tai Fung series. The Oh so popular steamed pork dumplings with soup inside. It was so thin, juicy and perfect temperature to not have the soup burn me when I chewed on it.
The shrimp and pork siu mai; kinda hard to eat. I bit off the top and ate the rest as a normal sized dumpling It was OK
The shrimp and egg fried rice. Very nice to have with the dumplings since it was flavored quite modest, but still not bland.
Dan dan min…SO yum, the noodles were so chewy and elastic..mmm!
Need my greens..quickly braised with garlic..SO fresh and yum!
Normally don’t go for the vinegar dip for my dumplings, but with the thinly shredded and prepared ginger..it was really nice!
As I wrote, we went to Takashimaya and bought some dessert. Got them in these cute boxes..just had to take a photo of the packaging!
Apple pie with cinnamon and nuts. SO delicious. Not too sweet and the crust firm and nice. Ate it both warm and cold. With vanilla ice cream of course!
Forgot the exact name, but chocolate crumble with amaretto something haha..thought this would be my favorite, but it was actually quite boring to eat..
The dessert are from Perla’s and they sell a variety of pastries. We were also informed that they have their own restaurant called Ristorante Da Valentino. Other than fantastic pastries, they serve italian food. Wonder if it’s good..anyone been there?
OK, time to sleep..