Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Review: Malaysian Food Street

Last December was a very 'happening' one with the boy who brought me almost everywhere in Singapore. ^^
One of the places we visited was Sea Aquarium @ Resort World Sentosa. 

Lunch before our fishy date. 

Amazed by the interior design.

 For a while you would definitely think that you have travelled to a random food street in Malaysia. 

KL wanton mee.

 Delicate noodles drenched in a rich, dark soy sauce mix, generous serving of tender char siew, green vegetables and tasty minced pork wantons; making this a deliciously wholesome meal! 

The springy noodles cooked to perfection! *.* 

Heun Kee Claypot Chicken Rice

Because the boy and I were seated right beside the stall and we couldn't resist the great temptation. Thus, lunch #2. 

Three different kinds of rice are used for that soft fluffy texture, and together with the delicious salted fish soaked in fragrant sesame oil with a hint of Chinese wine gives it a distinct traditional taste. Heun Kee also uses a unique heated charcoal cover to ensure that the claypot delicacy is thoroughly cooked and served piping hot. 

A pity that I didn't get to try the black black hokkien mee and chicken rice balls. Definitely have to make a trip back for them! :D 

Pictorial of our day as tourists. Heh..

Anyhow, Sea Aquarium was rather boring. Mehs.  

Malaysian Food Street
Resorts World Sentosa, The Bull Ring
Singapore 098269
Opening hours: Mon, Tue, Thu: 11am to 10pm
          Fri, Sat: 9am to 11pm
     Sun: 9am to 10pm
Wed: Closed


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