Had a quick breakfast at The
Eggs Benedict with Tea (SG$6.50)
Soft-Boiled Eggs with Toast Soldiers and Coffee (SG$6.00)
All of us headed off to S11 Hawker Centre down the road (at Bishan) afterwards for a quick, cheap lunch. I was overcome with the desire to eat (somewhat) healthy. Y’see, I figure I need to pace myself – one meal all-out-nasty and one meal vaguely healthy.. and I figure this kind of strategy will prevent me from getting fat, haha. So for lunch, I had Wanton Mee. The mee (ie. noodles) were hand-made and the dish didn’t look very appetising. But it still tasted good – the wontons were fine and smooth and the Char Siew (ie. BBQ pork) was thin and tender. Plus I felt ever-so-saintly afterwards 😛 That is, until I attacked the Gingerbread my aunt bought from me from Hyatt! It’s so $$ but it’s the BEST gingerbread – all moist and soft… mmmm…..
Had a Goreng Pisang (deep-fried sweet banana) at Church
Wanton Mee stall
Hyatt hotel gingerbread