#SGEatWithUs – Showcase of Home Cooked Recipes At Waterfront Promenade
Home cooked food is one of Singaporeans’ identity and this year, #SGEatWithUS had organised a carnival at Waterfront Promenade, featuring 12 home cooked recipes from 7 – 9 August 2015.
No entrance ticket is required. Instead, a food card containing credits can be purchased at the entrance. $12 will get you a $10 credit, $22 for $20 credit and $50 for $50 credit. Each serving at different stalls will cost between $4 and $8.
The one caught our attention was Joy’s ondeh ondeh ice cream ($6). Using Gula Melaka ice cream from Swensen’s, the ondeh ondeh skin wrapped around the ice cream. Truly a life saver in Singapore’s hot weather. The skin was soft just like eating snowskin mooncakes!
If you are a dessert person, another thing to look out for is Cynthia’s mango tofu cheesecake cup ($4). We loved the consistency of the tofu cheesecake. Smooth, rich and not overly jelak.
Eliza’s lemongrass satay ($6) was shaped in a weird manner. Instead of using wooden satay sticks, the meat was wrapped around lemongrass stick to allow better infusion of flavours. Refreshing and not overwhelming, it’s an interesting dish.
Po-Co Rice ($4) was wrapped by popiah skin. Interesting feel to bit on grated coconuts and rice. Similar to munching on nasi lemak but with an added texture.
Esther Kong Ar Bao ($6), ya you heard it right! Not Bak, not pork, but Ah, duck! Tasted different without the fatty portion. The meat tasted similar in term of marination.
If you have no idea where to go for the National Day break, or looking for food while waiting for NDP to start?Oh and it is quite a good spot to watch fireworks as well so head down to Waterfront Promenade then!
(This was an invited media event)
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Address: Waterfront Promenade
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm (7, 8, 9 August 2015)
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