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On the Trail of the Phoenix - Ayam Tempra

Like Kangkong Masak Lemak, Pong Tauhu and Ikan Pari Kuah Lada,  there are many Peranakan dishes do not require time-consuming or laborious preparation. Neither are they fiendishly difficult to prepare as some had claimed them to be. 529 more words


Exquisite Chinese Antiques

Did we mention we have lots more items of antiquity than what you see in the shop? There’s also a great collection of Chinese antiques we’re making available now. 57 more words


Makan Place - Sungei Road Laksa

I had gotten something from Sim Lim Square and after walking around the Sungei Road Thieves Market, and sweating bucket loads, hear the growl for food from my stomach. 374 more words


On the Trail of the Phoenix - Kangkong Masak Lemak

Peranakan cooking is often thought to be complicated, elaborated, time-consuming and difficult to learn. Well, this is what many people think and some, expound or expect others to think. 906 more words


[RESULTS] Little Nyonya GIVEAWAY – Peranankan Outfits for Girls

If you have school going kids or little ones in childcare then you will understand that mad scramble to find suitable outfits for them when a festival or special day is celebrated at school. 682 more words


Beyond the Penang curry - 5 tastes of George Town

Just the mere mention of Penang is enough to make stomachs grumble, with the island sharing its name with a dry peanut-based curry fried in coconut milk found on the menus of many Asian restaurants around the world. 412 more words


[SG] Candlenut: Inspired Peranakan Cuisine

Candlenut has made great progress since its teething days at Neil Road. Presently housed in the Dorsett Residences at Chinatown, it presents itself as a classy yet understated Peranakan powerhouse with a modern twist, an intentional departure from the stuffy image that Nonya restaurants traditionally emit. 1,666 more words