Go south: 20 eating places to check out

21/3/2022 2:00:00 AM

Go south: 20 eating places to check out

Go south: 20 eating places to check out

Singapore's southern culinary charms are aplenty and well chronicled. It is probably the area with the highest number of Michelin stars and award-winning eateries per square foot in the whole of Singapore. But how does one unearth hidden finds and new gems at unintimidating...

01-19/20 Kukoh 21 Food Centre, Block 1 Jalan Kukoh Open: To place advance orders, 8.01-19/20 Kukoh 21 Food Centre, Block 1 Jalan Kukoh Open: To place advance orders, 8.Mum alleges daughter was denied university degree sponsorship due to SGH’s nursing manpower crunch The mother of a polytechnic student with a diploma bond appealed to the Singapore General Hospital after her daughter was denied a university sponsorship to pursue a degree in nursing with NUS/SIT.Get newsletters curated for you Clearing the fog of war over what's at stake in Putin's attack on Ukraine Russia may have had legitimate security concerns about Ukraine.

30am to 7pm (Tuesdays to Saturdays); self-collection, 5.30 to 7pm (Tuesdays), 7.30 to 7pm (Tuesdays), 7.30 to 9am and 5.Im sure SGH is aware of this as she has been receiving additional pay outs for her good school results.30 to 7pm (Wednesdays to Saturdays); closed on Sundays and Mondays Info: 9838-0235 Hidden in a corner off Chin Swee Road is Jalan Kukoh Teochew Kueh, which started as a pushcart stall in the 1970s.30 to 7pm (Wednesdays to Saturdays); closed on Sundays and Mondays Info: 9838-0235 Hidden in a corner off Chin Swee Road is Jalan Kukoh Teochew Kueh, which started as a pushcart stall in the 1970s.Run by its third-generation owners, who are now in their 60s, the stall's taste of the handmade kueh is as I remember it from my childhood, when my late father used to frequent it.12 ways to save money when the cost of living rises You can soften the blow of belt-tightening by making mental adjustments and taking small steps to economise.

There are five types of kueh and you should order every one.There are five types of kueh and you should order every one.– Restaurants, retail shops and most other businesses reopened in Singapore on June 19 as the virus-hit city-state eased curbs, but the city-state’s leader cautioned residents “not to go overboard celebrating”.Each has its own loveliness.The thin and translucent skins are springy and the kueh are generously stuffed with filling.The thin and translucent skins are springy and the kueh are generously stuffed with filling.You rarely find hawkers who use ingredients such as dried prawn and dried mushroom so liberally.50 earns him $1.But siblings Loh Kai Mong, 64, and Loh Choon Huay, 67, make their kueh as if they were for their own family's consumption, with little regard for cost.But siblings Loh Kai Mong, 64, and Loh Choon Huay, 67, make their kueh as if they were for their own family's consumption, with little regard for cost.

The Ang Tho Kueh ($1.50), or png kueh, is pastel pink, with a chewy glutinous rice filling chock-full of dried prawn and dried mushroom.50), or png kueh, is pastel pink, with a chewy glutinous rice filling chock-full of dried prawn and dried mushroom.Woman frets that parents may cut her off financially and throw her out because they disapprove of her boyfriend - Advertisement 2- Photo: Freepik/prostooleh (for illustration purposes only) Torn between her parents’ “bigoted and unjustified” views and her boyfriend of six months, a woman turns to netizens for advice on what she should do.The housemade green bean paste filling of the glossy black Tau Sar Kueh ($1.50) is smooth and fragrant with housemade shallot oil.50) is smooth and fragrant with housemade shallot oil.The Soon Kueh ($1.37-year-old married woman jailed for eight months for stabbing ‘boyfriend’ in the chest - Advertisement 3- The woman, a Chinese National and Singapore Permanent Resident, had known her ‘boyfriend’ for four years at the time of the crime.

40) has a crunchy filling of jicama mixed with dried prawn and mushroom.40) has a crunchy filling of jicama mixed with dried prawn and mushroom.My favourite is the white, round Koo Chai Kueh ($1.40), made with garlic chives that are cut into 1cm pieces for better mouthfeel.40), made with garlic chives that are cut into 1cm pieces for better mouthfeel.Maid seen on camera vigorously swinging young child around and making TikTok video A video posted online by a foreign domestic worker showing her rather roughly swinging her employer’s young child around as she films a TikTok dance video has gone viral, drawing thousands of views and comments.The Yam Kueh ($1.40) is made using a wooden mould which the stall owners' late grandmother brought from China.40) is made using a wooden mould which the stall owners' late grandmother brought from China.

The mould is carved with the Chinese character for good fortune.Follow us on Social Media Send in your scoops to news@theindependent.If you want to be able to buy the entire range of kueh, be sure to call and order at least a day in advance.If you want to be able to buy the entire range of kueh, be sure to call and order at least a day in advance.Most walk-in customers go away empty-handed.Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles Rice ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO 04-48 Beauty World Centre, 144 Bukit Timah Road Open: Noon to 7pm (Thursdays to Tuesdays), closed on Wednesdays Chinatown may be dotted with fabled soya sauce chicken stalls, but they are not to my taste.Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Noodles Rice ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO 04-48 Beauty World Centre, 144 Bukit Timah Road Open: Noon to 7pm (Thursdays to Tuesdays), closed on Wednesdays Chinatown may be dotted with fabled soya sauce chicken stalls, but they are not to my taste.Legacy recipes and murky-coloured birds dunked in dark soya sauce do not necessarily constitute flavour.

Instead, I make my way to Beauty World Centre for the Hong Kong-style soya sauce chicken made by Madam Annie Cheong.Instead, I make my way to Beauty World Centre for the Hong Kong-style soya sauce chicken made by Madam Annie Cheong.The 69-year-old learnt the craft of braising from a Hong Kong chef in 1996 and adheres to the traditional, though tedious, practice of rubbing down the birds with maltose to give them a sweet aroma and shine.The skin of her braised chicken is an attractive burnt sienna, with hues of orange.The skin of her braised chicken is an attractive burnt sienna, with hues of orange.I love the restrained use of Chinese rose wine in the braise, which imparts a lovely floral scent to the meat without being overpowering.She uses medium-sized 1.She uses medium-sized 1.

5kg chickens, which render tender juicy meat.The birds are braised in a medley of spices such as star anise, cloves, Sichuan peppercorns and light soya sauce.The birds are braised in a medley of spices such as star anise, cloves, Sichuan peppercorns and light soya sauce.The chicken is so tasty that I can eat it without additional sauce.I usually order the chicken drumstick noodles ($4.I usually order the chicken drumstick noodles ($4.50) and dumpling soup ($3.

60 for three dumplings).60 for three dumplings).ST PHOTO: HEDY KHOO Madam Cheong is generous with the vegetables - xiao bai cai in both the noodle dish and soup, which is rich and sweet with the taste of chicken bones.Even her dumplings are generously sized, larger than the standard Chinese soup spoon.Even her dumplings are generously sized, larger than the standard Chinese soup spoon.You need at least two big bites to polish one off.Each dumpling, which weighs around 50g, has three crunchy regular-sized prawns, minced pork and strips of top-grade black wood-ear mushroom.Each dumpling, which weighs around 50g, has three crunchy regular-sized prawns, minced pork and strips of top-grade black wood-ear mushroom.

Additional dumplings cost $1.20 each.20 each.Madam Cheong and her daughter labour over the dumplings every night, wrapping them by hand from 7pm when the stall closes, until 2am.Don't forget to buy some raw frozen dumplings to cook at home ($12 for a box of 10).Don't forget to buy some raw frozen dumplings to cook at home ($12 for a box of 10).I usually buy a box to make my trip there worthwhile.

Defrost the dumplings before boiling.Defrost the dumplings before boiling.They taste great deep-fried too.Shen & Co Cafe Antiques.Shen & Co Cafe Antiques.

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