Category Chinese

SeeFoon Moons over Mooncake

It’s that time of the year again: mooncake time. The time when all the shops vie for the most extravagant or most unusual mooncake accolade of the season. The dough is simple enough; made of flour, oil and sugar—but it’s…

SeeFoon Lusts after Laksa and Lobak

I love Laksa and I lust after Lobak. I have finally found a lobak that satisfies my ultra critical palate without having to go all the way to Penang. For me, Lobak must be infused with five spice powder, speckled…

Musings on Food: Sun Heng

SeeFoon Gets Fired Up Málà comes from two Chinese characters meaning, respectively, ‘numbing’ 麻 and ‘spicy (hot)’ 辣, describing the sensation in the mouth that the dish creates. Málà is almost as addicting as a drug. It is said that…

Musings on Food: Hong Feng Restaurant

Hong Feng Restaurant Pictures by Gisele Soo SeeFoon Steps Out Very Carefully Nothing warms my heart more than to see restaurants still innovating and flourishing after a year of being battered by the pandemic coping with lockdowns and subsequent limited…
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