Well, I’m back. Ça va?
My Singapore trip went pretty well. My friends and I were such a bunch of lazy tourists, waking up at 10 AM and going out to explore at noon. If you don’t have much to do in six days, I guess that’s pretty ideal.
Now, I swear I loved the food in Singapore. My favorite was egg-less char kway teow, because it was so tasty, simple, and filling. I enjoyed the chili crab but my Indian friends didn’t enjoy it so much, mainly because they expected it to be spicy. It turned out to be sweet-spicy, which was fine by me.
Surprisingly, the meal I enjoyed the most was my tea and crêpe at TWG with my friend, Elaine. I know, so not Singaporean:
Basically, crêpe with béchamel sauce and mushrooms. It was so heavenly. I’m guessing the black tea isn’t really ideal with this kind of crêpe, but it was still a nice accompaniment. Elaine and I were so full afterwards, considering this meal was kind of a late lunch and we got a bit hungry after exploring the Harry Potter Exhibit at the Arts and Science Museum. But the nice waiters couldn’t resist and gave us a plate of complimentary macarons.
The reason why there aren’t a lot of other food pictures is that I didn’t bring a camera with me. Yeah…that’s me being a tourist.
Anyway, more about Singapore to come soon.
And yes, I’m still working on that Project Boeuf Bourguignon.