Cholesterol Explosion

I really love seafood. Its important to watch the intake on food into your body. However, sometimes you just feel like pigging out and just eating all you want. Today is one of those days.

Business is hot as usual.

Firstly, the visit to the Gim Chew Fried Hokkien Noodle. This Fried Hokkien Noodles is really nice. This wok aroma, slurpy noodles and the wonderful thick prawn stock makes it one of the best and favourite Hokkien Noodles I enjoy. However, this granny whom use to fry this wonder treasure does it less often now. Probably retiring. Now its usually the other members of the family who fries it (sometimes the daughter or husband).

Noodles drowning in prawn stock.

Today's version is fried by the husband. Though heavily drowsed with the milky prawn stock, it lack the rich and luster taste of the dish which I remember the old lady. Otherwise, its still the same with slurpy noodles and prawns. Maybe they just didn't do their stock right that day.

I can even descript this picture. Too many things.

This is by far my favorite fried oyster stall. Katong Fried Oyster (though being in Bedok) does its oyster just perfect with plump and succulent mini oysters. The starch is fried to a crisp on the outside and sticky texture in the inside. Eggs are ample and generous. The chilli sauce adds another notch to the already good enough to eat by itself dish. Though the best fried oyster I've eaten is at a night street stall near Malaysia's Times Sqaure. What'd I give to eat that again.

All this food can be found in Bedok Centre Hawker Centre.

Gim Chew Fried Hokkien Noodles

Katong Fried Oyster

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