Posts Tagged: singapore food history

Ji Xiang Confectionery (吉祥红龟粿) – The Nonya Way of the Ang Ku Kueh

For the past 26 years, Ji Xiang Confectionery (吉祥红龟果, ‘吉’ meaning Luck and ‘祥’ meaning prosperity) has been a mainstay at Block 1 Everton Park, attracting an array of customers from the nearby offices and residences, who flock here daily

Ji Xiang Confectionery (吉祥红龟粿) – The Nonya Way of the Ang Ku Kueh

For the past 26 years, Ji Xiang Confectionery (吉祥红龟果, ‘吉’ meaning Luck and ‘祥’ meaning prosperity) has been a mainstay at Block 1 Everton Park, attracting an array of customers from the nearby offices and residences, who flock here daily

Azmi’s vadai and teh tarik – the best snack combination in Little India

Located just beside the Abdul Gaffor Mosque at 43 Dunlop Street is a humble establishment by the name of Azmi Restaurant. Not to be confused with the more famous Azmi Restaurant at the nearby Norris Road, this little hole in

Azmi’s vadai and teh tarik – the best snack combination in Little India

Located just beside the Abdul Gaffor Mosque at 43 Dunlop Street is a humble establishment by the name of Azmi Restaurant. Not to be confused with the more famous Azmi Restaurant at the nearby Norris Road, this little hole in