For the journalistic post, read AromaCookery’s (she has done a good job), read tomorrow’s newspaper or watch the news. 🙂
There was an official launch by Minister of State for Trade and Industry, Mr Lee Yi Shyan. He cooked a plate of char kuey teow. Then there was performances etc…
Today, I am eating. Posting up the photos of the real food that I get to eat. We had a stored value card that was loaded with some money to let the guest buy food. It seems that the best Char Kway Teow is from this stall in Lao Pa Sat. The queue was long, and I mean really long. It’s Stall 77 if you are looking for it.
The wait was worth it. It was delicious. (yes, it’s oily, that’s why it is delicious!)
The ‘black’ version of the Chai Tow Kway (Carrot Cake) is also quite decent. I ate quite a lot of it.
I wonder from which stall Nic bought this from. The rojak was quite good too.
This is from the food sample platter that was served to us.
(wonder when it was prepared, it was a bit too cold to eat)
Wishing all of you a great weekend.
Pop by Lao Pa Sat if you all have the time. It has been newly refurbished. The old ‘Mcdonald’s style’ tables are gone. It has been replaced with modern ‘olden style’ tables and stools.