79a Telok Ayer Street
|A grumpy, stressed-out city cat needs to get away from |
things sometimes... ...
|This more modern one reflecting our multicultural heritage.|
|Sexy Amy Yip Baos sold here... ...|
|People's Park Hakka Yong Tau Fu|
|Famous Pig Organ Soup along Beatty Lane... ...|
|Here it is... ...come at night for an atmospheric bowl.|
|One of the much-loved stalls that hopefully will not disappear after the|
demolition at the end of the year.
|Find them here.|
|Authentic Henghua cuisine.|
|Don't be glum, some of the coffee joints shutter early.|
|That's because you can grab an early bird cuppa.|
Morning java session at Chye Seng Huat.
|Resident Cool Cat|
|Vintage inspired lamp|
|Quartz(?) bedroom floor|
|They love the creepy "DnD" sign.|
|Frosted bathroom glass screen door|
|Overhead Cross Beams|
|Ooooo... ...a comforting cup of Peppermint Clipper Tea.|
Btw, they serve the Terra Firma blend of beans from
Chye Seng Huat here if you are too lazy to walk over...
Tsk tsk... ...
|For people working around the area. Or not.|
|Shakshuka ($19): Good for two dish consists of eggs poached|
in spicy tomato sauce with feta cheese, lamb sausage and
crusty bread. Highly recommended and lip-smackingly divine.
Rather reminded the lioness of the sambal egg dish at Pidgin.
|Beer in the morning??? Yup, craft beer's nutritious ok... ...|
the lions were told by the owner of the microbrewery
down the street that medieval kids used to dip bread in
beer during meals. A secret stash of beer is brewed at
Suprette for the hotel owner's own consumption but if you're
really nice, they might let you sample a sip... ... The lions
asked and received a mini shot of dark ale each... ...