Prosperity Fortune Pot – 海中宝盆菜

The seafood version of Pen Cai by friends at Dishthefish is loaded with goodies like Boston Lobster tails, Japanese scallops, Littleneck Clams, Sea Cucumber, and Abalone. The sweetness form the seafood items together with red dates, wolfberries, black fungus and Far Cai makes for a prosperous dish for your coming Chinese New Year!   You […]

Onigirazu - おにぎらず

Onigirazu – おにぎらず

Also known for their fascinating array of quirky food inventions and flavours, the Japanese has once again struck the culinary world with its new reinvention of the rice ball and sandwich! Basically a sushi sandwich, the slices of bread have been replaced with seaweed and rice to form what they call – Onigirazu.

Mince topped on Steamed Tofu – 肉酱蒸豆腐

Soft, bouncy and smooth – steamed tofu serves as a healthy and extremely versatile side dish that pairs well with rice or noodles. Fast and quick to prepare, it is your ideal go-to recipe when you are in a hurry to prepare something for lunch or dinner. Tofu by itself is relatively bland and does […]

Stuffed Tau Pok With Rojak Sauce – 罗惹酱豆卜

A hawker favourite for a mid-day snack! We made our version rojak sauce using prawn paste, gula melaka, belacan powder, chilli, and more. The fragrance from the torch ginger flower makes you crave for more with each bite. With a combination of crispy tau pok, crunchy vegetables with the sauce makes for a tasty snack.

Kueh Pie Tee - 小金杯

Kueh Pie Tee – 小金杯

Crispy savoury shells packed with sweet, spicy and juicy fillings – “Just one bite” never seems to work on these delectable little treats.

Swedish Style Balls with Fragrant Coconut Broth – 香椰素肉丸

Popularized by Swedish home furnishing giant, one just can’t get enough of those signature Swedish meatballs. Usually made with a combination of pork and beef, these savoury orbs have gotten a meat-free makeover with Quorn version of Swedish Style Balls! Get your source of proteins, fibre and healthy nutrients from Mycoprotein, the main ingredient used in Quorn products. Rather than packing in artificial flavourings, natural ingredients are used to achieve that juicy, tender textures and taste

Pan Fried Tofu with Korean sauce - 韩式煎豆腐

Pan Fried Tofu with Korean sauce – 韩式煎豆腐

Our mouthwatering Pan-fried Tofu with Korean sauce is astonishingly easy to make, is chock full of flavour yet barely registers on the calorie count – just in time to rescue you from those festive indulgences!

Bibimbap - 石锅拌饭

Bibimbap – 石锅拌饭

Full of crunchy sauteed vegetables, savoury minced beef and spicy red bibimbap paste, this signature Korean dish is your one stop source for an exciting assortment of colors, flavours and textures!