Sunday, March 9

Beach Road Food Centre

Beach Road Food Centre
505 Beach Road

Our next dining adventure saw us in Beach Road, led by the tempations of this stall on the second floor, run by a Belgium chap, serving waffles and fruit with chocolate (Belgium no less) dip. The chocolate was delicious alright, but the doughy waffles were far from ideal. I preferred mine with dip.

Just further up from this place was a fried kway teow (stir fried flat rice noodle) stall that claimed that they used no lard in their cooking. That to me was sacriledge especially with this iconic Singaporean dish. Amazingly, it didnt taste like it was in want of the fat. However, what was clearly missing was the lap cheong (waxed meats) which gives the dish an added dimension.

While we were at it, we also tried the soto (Malay style chicken soup) on the ground floor and some satay. All yums.

2 Comments:

At 6:14 pm, Anonymous ladyironchef said...

ah, the "famous" ang moh belgian waffle! i find it kind of expensive though

 
At 4:56 pm, Blogger tlc said...

these guys have spread their wings. i recently saw them at the smith street food centre as well!

 

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