We were going to have some Indian food at the Holland Drive market. Our office attendant said his uncle has a stall there and the food’s not bad, and ask us to patronize lah…. (No, she does not know we go around eating and take photos) When we reach there, we can’t seem to find the stall. We were told, the stall beside the vegetarian stall. Alamak! Don’t have! We spotted no new stalls.
Anyway, those in Singapore know that it has been so so so hot. The food centre is even hotter! ‘Old cat’ suggested, can we just go to Han’s next door? With thoughts of air-conditioning, our feet automatically brought us there!
So we are back at Han’s again. But this time to have proper meals and not cakes 🙂
Dpuk has the Hainanese Pork Chop. Not too bad, a tomato-ish and yet a little spicy. We wallop it all, not leaving even a single pea behind. LOL…
‘Old Cat’ had the chicken stew. The stew is very home cooked taste. Dpuk and I said, this is the same taste on how we cook chicken dish at home. ‘Old Cat’ loves food that has this home cooked food taste, so he happily ate it.
Both of the above came with rice with a tiny bit of sambal.
Just like McDonalds, they are offering the ‘would you like to upgrade?’ options. So both of them did. Soup of the day which was pumpkin soup.
A slice of chocolate cake, and garlic bread plus a drink.
(We must state, the upgrade option’s cake is not like those we tasted the other day. LOL! Get the hint ah!)
I was thinking of grandma’s mei cai kou rou suddenly. She used to make like this huge pot that we will eat for days! Sigh. When she was alive long ago, and cooked so much of this, so frequently, we were kids and did not appreciate it. Now, when you want to eat it, no more chances 🙁
Anyway, I ordered the Braised Pork Belly with Preserved Vegetables.
I never remember eating it with Acar, but it does go well together. (for me. hehe)
Mine’s only plain rice. 😉
Approx of an average of $10 per person incl of taxes etc.
Buona Vista Community Club
Blk 36 Holland Drive #01-02
Open 24 hrs