Monday, September 24, 2007

Another round of feasting

Had intended to go to Paragon today and at the same time check out the mooncake booths at the atrium of Ngee Ann City. So last minute mum said she could join us. We parked the car at the entrance that led us straight to Seoul Garden BBQ restaurant. As it's been years since we both ate there, we decided to have our lunch there. But of course totally regretted in the end as we must have stank after that. Such a wide spread of food, from the many different types of seasoned meats, to steamboat ingredients such as fishballs, tofu, etc. There was also seafood such as prawns & fish. And cooked food - potato wedges, wanton, spaghetti, steamed char siew baos (bbq meat buns). Plus 6 flavours of ice-cream for dessert with an assortment of toppings for ice kachang (shaved ice). The list goes on.

Aren't these little cows oh so cute? I love them. They can be found outside Vi'lage, the restaurant that took over Marche in The Heeren. No, we didn't eat again. Just went to one of the shops there and walked past these.

4 comments:

Jori said...

That looks like quite the feast - way more than I'm used to seeing here on your blog!

Curious to know what the dish is on the left hand side of the picture...and what the dip is in the centre!

And what is that on the bottom right? With the spoon in it??

singairishgirl said...

Hi Jori,

The main thing in the picture, which I think you are referring to as the left hand side, is a hotplate. You bbq meats, etc on it. The bowl in the middle contains soup. There is a choice of soup bases but we picked plain chicken stock. The bowl at the bottom is stuff we cooked in the soup - fishcake, carrots, tofu, etc. And the white noodle is vermicelli. It's the healthier choice and steamboat is really good in winter to keep your body warm. :) Yes, indeed we have been eating out quite a bit as I have totally closed my kitchen. I don't even want to go in there unless I have to. Of course we don't eat like that all the time. Just so happened it was the weekend so we indulged ourselves.

trevshanhann said...

wow lots of interesting food places you have been to lately...i think they should pay you for advetising for them ha ha... or at least give you a free meal.

singairishgirl said...

Ya man. How to lose weight like that? Haha. Ya, they should give us free meals huh? But I am a nobody, not Wong Ah Yoke (food reviewer). Haha.