Brunch at My Singapore Food Street!

I know some of us is fed up with the same menu list that most Fast foods and Restaurants offers nowadays. I'm not going to name drop because you can see them popped up everywhere like mushrooms. Lol!
Up until now I still struggle to resist eating in those common Fast food chains. Its affordability makes me forget what my body deserves. Sometimes I ask myself; Yes I feel full, but what benefits do I get from being full? I am what I eat so, am I just like those fast produced burger patties that mysteriously created and wooohlaaah!!! Instant happiness?. Haha!
Fast forward my friend set up a bloggers visit in My Singapore Food Street.

My Singapore Food Street

I remember 4 months ago, I always pass through this restaurant since my office is just beside the mall. It caught my attention because of their Merlion Statue that we all know, can originally be found in Singapore.



We came early even before the mall starts to open so we can enjoy the restaurant without customers. Emman Orbeta the Gen. Manager accommodates us very well and explained to us everything we should know about My Singapore Food Street. We are also lucky enough to be able to experience how they work inside the kitchen.

My Singapore Food Street

Cooking Black Pepper Beef (Hired as the new chef Lol!)

My Singapore Food Street


My Singapore Food Street


My Singapore Food Street

Groufie inside the kitchen.

My Singapore Food Street


My Singapore Food Street

The whole gang after our cooking lesson.
 Now its time for us to savor the Singaporean dish.
Laksa Noodle Soup

My Singapore Food Street

First encounter I knew this will be my favorite. Its smell invites me to take a sip with its rich taste. I don't know but its like Ramen and Mami in a bowl.
This is composed by egg noodle in coconut soup with fish cakes, bean sprout, baby prawns and boiled eggs.
Well compared to Ramen and Mami. I must say this one is not fishy or malansa in tagalog. Also the chili sauce compliments with the whole soup that makes you wanna sip more.
Hainanese Chicken and Roasted Chicken

My Singapore Food Street

Hainanese chicken was made up of fresh steamed garlic, ginger, salt and spices.
Roasted chicken, on the other hand was marinated in special spices, red and white vinegar fried in vegetable oil.
This two is perfect with Hainanese rice. Their Hainanese rice is so moist and rich in flavor. If I'm not mistaken the rice was cooked with lemon grass, pandan leaves, and chicken stock.

My Singapore Food Street


My Singapore Food Street

 Nasigoreng was stir fried rice with garlic, cabbage, red onions, carrots, green peas, sweet corn, shrimps made spicy because of Sambal chili sauce and topped with scramble egg.

My Singapore Food Street

 Char Kway Teow

My Singapore Food Street

This one is composed of flat noodles, beansprout, red onion, shrimps, squid balls and fish cakes. You can actually compare it to our Pancit Canton. I don't know but it taste Lumpiang Sariwa when I put a Satay peanut sauce, weird but taste good though!
Satay

My Singapore Food Street

Satay is a pork marinated in turmeric. This dish can be found in many Southeast Asian countries. This one is perfect match with Peanut sauce.
Lastly Black Pepper Beef 

My Singapore Food Street

One of my favorite because of its saucy, pepper spicy taste. The beef is marinated with garlic, bell peppers, red onions, crushed black pepper and oyster sauce.

I love the combination of crunchy bell peppers and chewy beef. I also put a little bit of Sambal in this dish to make it more spicy.
This is an achievement for me to be able to taste Singaporean dishes without going out of the country.

My Singapore Food Street

I really had fun meeting Vivien Tan (Restaurateur). She's very humble besides the fact that she is successful in her field. I have this feeling when she talk to me its like she's my mom, seriously! A beautiful woman and indeed a feminist.

My Singapore Food Street

Visit them at 2nd Floor Bridgeway of SM Megamall. You can also check out their website www.mysingaporefoodstreet.ph.  And Facebook fan page.
Photo credit to: #JOTG: www.japhetonthego.com
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Thank you for reading! Stay healthy :)

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