20/05/2008

Economy Food

Streets had been opened at a mall for some time. Before that a restaurant by the name of Sakura had been struggling. Many food outlets and shops usually face lots of competition with others in Singapore especially after a few years when the demand has died down. In the past 3 years, lots of Hong Kong street cafe outlets had sprung up, just like the Taiwanese street food. This one is kind of like a cross between Hong Kong, Western and the region. Well it has all the usual Hong Kong Wanton Noodles, Hor Fan and more. But it also has a selection of baked rice, spaghetti, fish and chips too. They also incorporate hot stone sets and not to mention Milk teas that resemble Taiwan bubble teas.

And the highlight of the day? I got a shock when I saw that besides the proper food menu they offer, they even had Nissin noodles with luncheon meat and fried egg! WOW! Take a look at the snapshot of the menu I took the other day.

4 comments:

Joze Foo said...

we had this in most of the hongkie cafe in malaysia and old town oso serve this..

Kikey said...

normally Sg foods quite expensive 1 hor??

Shern's mom said...

Ohya, instant noodles with a leaf of vege, and they charge an arm and a leg.
I'm not paying for that.

wen said...

is it kim's gary?