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I love Kim Choo! Their soups are really good too
Oooodidn’t have a chance to try ’em, next time!
it’s along east coast rd right? funny how i love the area but never thought of walking in, just walking up and down the area is an experience itself! it’s like a different world, don’t you think?
Yeah that’s it I think! you should check out the inside.. it’s tres cool 🙂
I miss eating bak zhang and kue dar dar 🙁 🙁
Come to SG and eat ’em like crazy, heh!
you know, im watching this peranakan drama on channel8 now and im like WOW-ing at all the ‘containers’ that you took photos of! SO PRETTY!! :):)
They’ve got pretty cool stuff, obviously love colours hehe!
yes their culture’s very colourful!
Beautiful photos, the ones of the white dumpling, kuih & cendol have gotten me feeling hungry again!
I knoooow.. i want more bak zhangs now!
Didn’t know about Meng Choo! East Coast area has good peranakan food. I usually go to True Blue. Will try Meng Choo next time – food looks delish and authentic.
I really liked it, def check it out when you’re next in the area!
My favourite zhang are the sweet nyonya ones, not a fan of the savoury. Merrill’s mum and grandma cooks awesome peranakan food!
Me too! Nonya zhang. Yummy!
I like the savoury one more I think, with just the pork. Yummmmmmmmmmmm
kueh dar dar is my fave !!!
are u watching The Little Nonya series too ? LOL !!!
Ohh no we weren’t watching that, but I’m a big fan of kueh dar dar.. Chris likes it best haha
hMmz..I thought the pickles are call achar and the achar vegetable should be Chup Chai?
yes you are right! =)
Err yeah that’s right, I get confused cos I don’t really know all the names haha!
I think this is one of your most colorful posts. Very pretty pictures.
I love how colourful their desserts are.. bet kids’ll love em!
Those containers are so pretty! I would buy one in each color! *^^*
Yeah, they’re ultra cute! Makes for nice decorations around the house 🙂