Tuesday, March 20, 2012

My World - Singapore Food Trail

Last week, managed to find time to visit Singapore Food Trail for lunch. Singapore Food Trail is on Level 1 at the Singapore Flyer. It is actually a food centre with themed interior design and setting from the past, as well as some makeshift stalls along the roadside. It really bring out the fond memories of my childhood times where we used to eat at stalls along the roadside.

Hahaha the stallholder posed for me to take photos of his stall. No need to advertise for him, he is already famous hahaha. The sign infront of his stall indicated that. But that does not stop him from telling me, his siblings operated other oyster omelette stalls in Bedok Bus Interchange and Geylang too hahaha.

Oyster Omelette $8 (medium) - the portion looked big enough for us - yummy.

Hokkien Mee - $8 - yummy

Bak Kut Teh - $30 for 5 bowls of rice, two bowls of pork ribs soup, one bowl of pig's organs soup, one bowl of preserved vegetables and you tiao (fried fritters).

It is interesting to see road signs in the food centre too.

I will definitely go back again to try the other food too. The price might be steep but the portion is generous.

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Rajesh said...

Real cool place for some tasty food.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

An interesting visit to the Singapore Food Trail, I would be curious to try an oyster omelette given the opportunity.

Alexander said...

The place and food looks good. But are they good? I will surely need to visit this place when I'm back in SG. Thanks for sharing this place.

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alicesg said...

Alex, you can find the same food in their other branches for same food and cheaper price but we went there for the ambience and specially also for the ice ball (will featured this in next post).

alicesg said...

Lindy, the oyster omelette is good so as the other food.

Lara Neusiedler @ Uproad said...

the good old times, Alice! it's unbelievable how whimsical we are today :))). thank you for the nice story with the ice balls, I remember my childhood too, everything used to be so simple :))

alicesg said...

Lara, you are so right. Childhood times are so simple and happier even though we dont have computers back then. :)