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x.o. rice rolls

Weekend lunches at home means Chinese comfort food. My parents relish in their bowls of hot soy milk and dough fritters (which I personally am not a fan of), and together we share a large plate of rice rolls stir-fried in X.O. 386 more words


The Rice Den - St Leonards

Vanessa: The latest addition to St Leonard’s dining district is serving up modern Cantonese food that you’ll want to tell your friends about. The Rice Den… 543 more words

Restaurant Reviews

126 搵到食 (126 Sims Ave, Geylang, Singapore)

Geylang is a food mecca despite its unsavory (pun) rep

Despite its notoriety as a red-light district, Geylang is also a foodie paradise which offers cheap, affordable food – a lot of it is predominantly Chinese to cater to the mainland Chinese migrants who stay in the area. 522 more words


Shanghai No.1 - A Great Lunch


The first time I had lunch at Shanghai No 1 restaurant was a few months after it opened more than two years ago. I have been wanting to go back for quite some time, and finally I had the opportunity to do so this week. 382 more words


Noodle Village

This weekend, I twisted my ankle going down the subway steps. My ankle promptly swelled up to the size of a tennis ball, and I was confined to my apartment for the rest of the weekend. 269 more words

New York

Royal Dim Sum @ Royal China, Jln Raja Chulan

Cha Leong chee cheong fun, chin toi, fried carrot cake, BBQ char siew po lo bun & pumpkin layer cake.

Ping's Seafood and Golden Unicorn

It’s chaotic. It’s loud. It’s violent. It’s Sunday morning dim sum.

It’s like a battlefield in there sometimes. The carts are rolling by. You see the egg tarts. 705 more words

New York