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Singapore Foodie in UAE

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added on 14/05/2010 by: debzn
The musings of a Singapore Foodie that revolves round her meals and her life in UAE. I am no chef or professional food critic just a girl on the right side of her twenties who is always on the lookout for good food in her new city. I am staunch believer in good food and truly believes that not all good food is expensive. As much as I love the meal experiences in fine dining restaurants, I also have a passion for street food and hole in the wall diners. Always on the lookout for fellow lovers of good food. Do drop me a note if you are in or coming to Dubai.
 tags: dining, good food, Dubai, Singapore, cooking
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Flag this message Da Dong Prawn Noodle  Posted on 04/04/2013
It has been awhile since I had time to blog and finally found something worth taking time out to write about. Rediscovery this Prawn noodle place that I used to have years ago, not the cheapest around but I guess I don’t really mind...
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Tau Sar Piah or Bean Paste Biscuit  Posted on 12/04/2012
Tau Sar Piah translated literally as Bean Paste Biscuit is a traditional Chinese snack that my late grandma used to love buying for me when I was a kid. There can be ever so much choices and varieties of pastries available for us today but...
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PS Cafe – A pictorial  Posted on 11/14/2012
A recent dinner …   Mushroom soup   Truffle oil fries !         Salad Steak     Cod fish   Pasta       Sticky date pudding  
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Meals in the Air : Mocktail @ 30000ft  Posted on 10/30/2012
Just in case you were wondering what I was up to, well been traveling quite a bit these days and mainly around Asia and all that work is making blogging almost impossible despite all the wonderful meals that I have been having recently....
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Chả Cá Thăng Long  Posted on 10/03/2012
Chả Cá Thăng Long is an infamous Hà Nội dish. It originates from the Chả Cá Lã Vọng restaurant that is more than 100 years old. In the simplest of terms it can be describes as fish that has been...
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Nasi Ambeng in Jakarta  Posted on 08/13/2012
Nasi Ambeng, a traditional and authentic Javanese feast served on a ‘dulang’ (big serving tray) and lined with banana leaves. More than 7 delectable dishes are stacked on a bed of steamed rice in a mountainous display. It truly...
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The bread run …  Posted on 07/17/2012
Some unexpected fun on a routine boring sunday. Sundays are rest days for me and I usually would rather stay home than head out. S wanted to check out this bakery that she read about in the paper for having an interesting range of breads...
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Bruno’s Pizzeria & Grill  Posted on 07/08/2012
Wanted a change from the usual Italian places that we frequent as we felt like having something different. Rather than fine dining, we had been on the lookout for something a little more homey. Bruno’s had been a recommendation from...
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 Comments

  • dianaelle
    dianaelle 25 September 2010 11:06:38

    Hey I'm new to Dubai . I've read your blog and I do miss Nasi Lemak! and other glorious zhu rou dishes.. i really miss speaking Cantonese as well..
    I hope we can be friends cause I'm so clueless here!

    ps = i'm 22, speak canto,mando,korean,malay.

    drop me a msg in my inbox if ur keen :)

  • JMo
    JMo 21 September 2010 21:27:13

    Hey Debzn,

    hope youa re doing good.

    Not a singaporean, But spent quite long time tere, Missing those mouthwatering Icekachangs, Rojaks, Nasi lemaksn fish head curry, Perfect mix of Mlay, Chinese n Indian taste--------, Just curious do you find any singarean restaurants around in Dubai???? or UAE?

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