Saturday, October 27, 2012

Shakeys @Junction10, Woodlands Road, SG

9 inch Pepporoni Pizza @18.80 SGD

Mojos @ 4.50 SGD

Shihlin snacks

Handmade oyster Mee sua
@ 6 RM

inside Legoland Malaysia

1/2 Roast Chicken with side veggie and fries @ 23.50 RM
Market Restaurant

mushroom soup

double scoop @ 10 RM

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Pastificio @ Sembawang Shopping Centre (SSC)

located at Food Junction Sembawang Shopping Center

Grilled Fish Pesto Spaghetti @ 8.50 SGD (Combo set with 2 choices from
drink/tea/soup/ice cream)

Mushroom Pasta in Pesto Sauce @ 8.50 SGD (Combo set with 2 choices from
drink/tea/soup/ice cream)

Friday, October 19, 2012


Shiraz Mazzeh

Chicken Shawarma @ 9.20 SGD

Shiraz Mazzeh @ Clarke Quay
3D Clarke Quay
#01-09 River Valley Road
Singapore 179023
Tel: 63377667

Shiraz Mazzeh @ Forum

583 Orchard Road
#01-K3 Forum The Shopping Mall
Singapore 238884
Tel: 63875005

Shiraz Mazzeh @ Ngee Ann City

391 Orchard Road
#01-K1 Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza
Singapore 238872
Tel: 67361771

Lerk Thai

Pandan Leaf Chicken (6 pcs) @ 9.90 SGD


Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Adobong Kambing (Chevon/Mutton)

Goat meat called Chevon/Mutton contains less cholesterol compared to beef
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Goat meat

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Marinating goat chops

Goat meat is the meat of the domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus). It is often called chevon or mutton when the
meat comes from adults, and cabrito or kid when from young animals. While "goat" is usually the name for the meat found in common parlance, producers and marketers may prefer to use the French-derived word chevon (from chèvre), since market research in the United Statessuggests that "chevon" is more palatable to consumers than "goat meat".[1] Cabrito, a word of Spanish origin, refers specifically to young, milk-fed goat. In the English-speaking islands of the Caribbean, and in some parts of Asia, particularly BangladeshNepalSri LankaPakistan and India, the word “mutton” is often used colloquially to describe both goat and lamb meat, despite technically only referring to sheep meat.

The first time I tried eating this meat was not bad at all, although initially it gave me a second thought to try one.  Meat is tender compared to beef/pork.