You will definitely taste a lot of pepper and maybe a hint of herbal taste in the soup and that is what makes it stand out from the normal soups we have here.
By Mildred Jones Would you believe it, if I told you that French Onion Soup has its gastronomic roots from Ancient Rome! This simplest of meals is rich in beef stock and minced onions. The modern version of this wholesome dish took root in the beginnings of the 18th century with the tale of King … Continue reading Soupe a l’Oignon
By Janness Koh Ever since my friends and I first tried out Guo Fu Hotpot about 2 years back, it has been our go to place for hotpot. I think business is doing pretty well because they have opened another restaurant right across the street called Xu Ting but serves exactly the same things. What … Continue reading 2 Hotpot Restaurants You Should Visit In Singapore
By Kiana Koh About one and a half weeks after trying the DIY Japanese Udon, I kept thinking of it and as I was at Mcdonald’s at Hougang Mall eating, I looked across and saw a small shop called Umisushi. I had never eaten there before but I walked over to take a look at … Continue reading Umisushi
By Kiana Koh One of my New Year’s Resolution is to try new things. I had never tried udon before, even though I have tried all other sorts of Japanese food like ramen, soba et cetera. I just didn’t fancy the idea of trying udon because somewhere in my head, I always thought it looked … Continue reading DIY Japanese Udon