Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Day 5: Evening Coffee


Eating out is almost a culture in Singapore. Its very common for families not to ever turn on their stoves and have every single meal outside, thanks to super cheap, omnipresent food courts island-wide. This is one of the many around our apartment and we can see a family enjoying their evening coffee with Roti Prata (very much like Kerala Parotta).

10 comments:

  1. Jealous! Wish we had such tasty food courts around here... Food court food normally sucks in the US! :(

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  2. Wow Nags - I love Roti Canai, Mee Goreng and Nasi Goreng. Walk across the street and eat some for me. Please.

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  3. Wow, it is just like India. I second Sig, I am so J. :-)

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  4. Sig, the truth is, we hardly visit them here, main reason being its not easy to get vegetarian food here and TH is vegetarian :)

    Anu, done!!

    Siri, its nothing like India! Then again, local food in Singapore rocks, I must agree!

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  5. Did you just say it's common to not switch on the stove??? am going to do everything in my capacity to relocate there ...sobs!

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  6. hehe yes that's exactly what i said :D

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  7. Btw it sounds just like our naadan Kaapi rooti ;)

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  8. It doesn't taste like that though, more like Kerala parotta :) and the kaapi is very very strong!

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  9. Sigh! This pic reminds me of my favourite eat outs in Serangoon road. I visited Singapore last month for Christmas hols. But the food courts and restaurants in Universal studios were so expensive!

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  10. Yes, Universal Studios is NOT the best place to have meals, you do cuz there's no other option :)

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