I have always wanted to experience the craft scene / flea market scene in Singapore but I didnt really have any idea where to start from. Lynn told me to try Public Garden. So I searched it up and found it will be at Suntec. A place that I've been to a few times. Yay me!
It was suppose to be 1pm to 7pm and I was nicely walking around at Suntec Mall. Slowly had my late lunch. By the time I wanna go, I asked thebf wat time is it. It was alre 5.45pm. =.="
And no... There wasn't enough time for me...
And I dont know if this is blessing in disguise... I didnt withdraw any money...
By the time we reached, it was alre 6pm. I only have one hour...
I was never ever a big fan of Pan Mee. Even I live near the ever famous SS19 Pan Mee stall all my life, I never had their Pan Mee more than 10 bowls. It’s only recent years when I’m with the current gf, she is mad about Pan Mee. That almost 10 bowls of SS19 Pan Mee of mine was achieved only in recent years.
But this Pan Mee I’m gonna talk about, is the ONLY Pan Mee I would go for anytime. The ONLY Pan Mee I will never say no. The ONLY Pan Mee I’m willing to wake up extra early for.
The chili that comes with it, I would add lime for the extra ‘kick’.
That day my cousin brother (Wilson) came back from Singapore and we headed out for dinner with my grandma, and of cos with his mom (sikim) and my aunt (ahyi). We didnt know what to eat and we just drove to Subang Empire and walked around.
We ended up in Din Tai Fung. It’s small, and packed.
First attempt to make a video of what I usually eat for breakfast. I find it is quite enjoyable to edit videos and upload the final edit. I might do more of these. Well, not recipe stuffs cos I rarely step into the kitchen... :P
This is just my way of making overnight oats, the way i enjoy it. :)