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Get Your Authentic Ingredients for Peking Duck at TANG The Asian Food Emporium

A great favourite with many is Peking Duck. Here is a recipe to try. You will find the Peking Duck Pancakes pre-made at TANG The Asian Food Emporium (formerly Great EasternFood Centre) at 185 Russe…


Fantastic four: Hup Kee China Street Ngoh Hiang

Ngoh Hiang is a unique Hokkien and Teochew dish served in Singapore's food courts and hawker centres where many stalls sell fried bee hoon with ngoh hiang; and is common for breakfast and lunch. It is essentially a composition of various meats and vegetables and other ingredients such as egg slice, liver roll, chinese sausage, etc. Try Hup Kee China Street Ngoh Hiang at Maxwell Food Centre (#01-97). By Taxi: about 15 mins from RP


Satay is a Malay and Indonesian dish of grilled meat on skewers, served with a peanut dipping sauce. One of the most famous Malay dishes in Singapore, satay is a must-try, and is served at many hawkers, restaurants and food centres. Nearest outlet: Newton Food Centre (or Newton Circus). Nearest MRT station: Newton MRT (1 stop away from Orchard MRT)


"Satay Bee Hoon - Redhill Food Centre, Singapore". Cooked with vermicelli, kangkong (water spinach), cuttlefish, satay sauce, pig's liver, some lean slices of pork.


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Indian Rojak, my childhood comfort food. Darla, my house chef, can cook this dish. You must have sweet potatoes for the curry gravy. See you soon. My intestinal bacteria are waiting for you.