Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Gluttons Bay

How self-aware are Singaporeans to actually call an eating place "Gluttons Bay"? :) One of my favourite places to eat - and because of all the out-of-town visitors the last few weeks, I've been coming here more often than usual. Trying not to think of my sky-rocketing cholesterol level...

A must-try stall is Hup Kee Fried Oyster Omelette (S$5/6/8). Eggs with chunks of potato flour - fried just nicely so that there are also crispy bits, topped off with juicy fresh oysters, and don't forget to dip it in the tangy chilli sauce... YUM!!! They use quite a bit of oil to fry this so try not to watch them cook it and you'll feel a little less guilty about eating it later :)

My friend had a craving for Bee Hoon Goreng so we ordered from the Old Satay Club Mee Goreng stall. I actually quite like Bee Hoon Goreng - my only grouse about it is that there is not enough meat in it. But this one really did taste pretty good, not too spicy.

We also had the Sambal Sting Ray from the Boon Tat Street BBQ Seafood stall but I forgot to take a picture...

Baybeats 2006 was going on right next to Gluttons Bay - and Electrico happen to come on just as we finished eating so I got to see my friend being a bona fide rock star :)

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