Friday, May 6, 2011

Todai Singapore

Had the privilege of dining twice at Todai in a space of 2 weeks - once during the weekday and another during the weekend. Personally, I feel that it is more worth it to visit the place during the weekend as for about an extra $10, you can get lobsters and oysters unless of course, you do not fancy either of the two. For about $60 (They had a 10% discount when I was there) during the weekend, you can help yourself to a wide selection of food and standard drinks inclusive.

The only disappointing factor was the desserts. Thank goodness, I don't crave for sweet stuffs. Do give this place a try if you are looking for a international buffet place. I will be heading back there again after trying out Melt.


Photos taken with Olympus E-PL2

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

1 Yr Hiatus

It's been a year since I last updated on this blog. Tried to start another blog but failed horribly. I have been tweeting and facebooking faithfully for the past one year. The main topic of course is about food! :)

This year, I have started a facebook album entitled, "❤ 365 Yummy 2011 ❤". The purpose of this FB album is to document a dish, meal or anything food that brightens up my day. It is a simple project and needs lotsa discipline as I have to make a mental note and effort to take picture of any food that I eat before tucking into the dish. This is so difficult especially when you are eating in a group setting and people starts to munch on the food before you can take a picture. To proof my seriousness, I have upgraded my gear to a Olympus PEN Camera, E-PL2. The shoots from this micro 4/3 camera are pretty and they are able to generate DSLR photo quality!

I will try to be more active on this blog. To support me, please do visit this page more often and I promised you more reviews, more nice pictures of food that are entering into ahfu's residence (stomach).

To end off, let me post this sweet dessert made by my dearest girlfriend. Check out more details on my facebook album.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Seafood Trip @ Malaysia

Two Sundays back, my colleagues and I decided to visit Malaysia to feast on salted egg crab. Everyone was looking forward to the trip. Even though, it was raining heavily, we decided to go ahead with the plan - eat in Malaysia and return back to Singapore! We went in via Tuas as it was less crowded compared to the Woodlands side and most importantly, the possibility of traffic jam is much lower compared to the other checkpoint! Our conquest: Salted Egg Yolk Crab at Pasir Gudang! In total, we ordered 10 dishes!

Here we go:

The food was simply awesome and value for money! There were 12 of us and in total we spend about RM400. The owner of the place gamely allowed us to take a picture if them in front of their sign board. :)

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