Hi to all people who love food like me!! This blog is basically for me to post photos of the food that I enjoy and also, to discuss good food with fellow foodies. I am no food critic and I believe that taste of the food can be quite subjective. I have also decided to add in my travel blog and some bits and pieces of my life here. If you have the time, do drop by and feel free to browse around! Cheers! =P
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A Birthday Celebration for my secondary school pals - Ruijun and Lijuan at "Table Manners", located at Changi City Point Mall. I planned to give the 2 birthday gals a surprise so I arranged with the staff over the phone, to serve the desserts with candles lit after our mains, for us to sing birthday song for them. The staff was very friendly and said they could also decorate the plates with the wordings "Happy Birthday to (name of birthday girl)"!
This is the lunch menu - A-la-carte combintation: You can mix and match the items from the "Fibre" or "Protein" category that you like.
After our mains, the staff came with the dessert with great smile, singing the birthday songs! It was a pleasant surprise for the 2 birthday gals and I was happy that all turned out well too!
Table Manners 5 Changi Business Park Central 1 The Oasis #01-68/69, Changi City Point Singapore 486038 Daily: 11.30am - 12am
Hubby suggested bringing me to Woodland wholesale to do some Chinese New Year shopping. It was my first time here and I was all ready and excited for the trip. We went to the industrial building at 15 Woodland Loops (Wholesale) first to take a look before driving over to Woodland Terrace.
It was very crowded on a weekend late morning and we parked at the opposite street over here.
We bought this tray of fresh salmon sashimi at only $18 and altogether there were 5 stacks of sashimi in this tray! The wasabi cost 60 cents. The 2 of us brought this back for lunch.
Boon Tong Kee
We bought 3 mini jars of XO sauce from here.
Chuen Cheong Food Industries
Interesting tiger-striped table cloth placed on the table.
Japanese Ramen, Scallops etc
Fragrance - not just bak kwa here.
Bought a full bag of various tidbits from "Fragrance".
This was our last stop. I was glad that we didn't miss out on this shop. Why? Because there were lots of food sampling here! From ice-cream to cakes and brownies, and samples were given out in generous portion! :) :)
Ice-cream for sampling... I tried the lychee sorbet, very refreshing.
I bought a box of quiche (in a box of 4), yet to try.
Smoked Duck Pies, with auspicious words decorated on top.
Our car boot full of loot. Good to bring along a chiller box to put in all those frozen items. I also suggest that you bring along a shopping trolley.