Tag Archives: Singapore Chinese Cuisine

[SG EATS] PUTIEN @ VIVO CITY FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR LUNCH

Putien restaurant at Kitchener road was awarded One Star for 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore. Nevertheless, the other chains are also serving quality dishes at reasonable prices. Putien specialises in Heng Hwa cuisines, a sub-category of Chinese cuisine. Its roots traced to Putian, a beautiful coastal town located in the Fujian province of China. Continue reading [SG EATS] PUTIEN @ VIVO CITY FOR CHINESE NEW YEAR LUNCH

[SG EATS] NAN HWA CHONG FISHBOAT SERVES ALASKAN CODFISH NOW

Nan Hwa Chong Fishboat is the oldest (since 1927) fishhead steamboat in Singapore. If you ask your elderly, they will surely heard about it. It’s traditional fish soup steamboat represents Singapore’s heritage and memories to Singaporean. What makes them different from the rest is that the steamboats are prepared using charcoals instead of gas-stove steamboats. The soup is prepared with essence of fish bones and other secret ingredients. It takes at least 5 hours to cook so that the broth is silky smooth. Continue reading [SG EATS] NAN HWA CHONG FISHBOAT SERVES ALASKAN CODFISH NOW