08102018 / Seah Im Food Centre, Singapore

I know I had promised to blog religiously while in Singapore and I had failed to deliver my promise. I am easily tired after coming back from Singapore hence the lack of update over the past few days. I wouldn’t be posting the food that I had while in Singapore in chronological order. So, do bear with me.

Sister and I met at Suntec City last Monday afternoon after her business meeting and we went to Orchard so that I could get a diagnosis for my SONY NEX-3N. The customer service representative at Sony Care suggested that I leave my camera with them for a week so that they could run some diagnostic tests to confirm the exact reason that caused the battery problem.

I didn’t leave my camera with them as I would be flying back to Brunei the day after. Instead, I went next door to check out the price of a new battery charger. One of the sales representatives there helped me to check if it could be the problem of my battery itself. My camera charged just fine and he came to a conclusion that it could be due to my faulty cable. I left Sony without a new battery charger but a macro lens instead. LOL!

On the way home, we stopped by Seah Im Food Centre to order takeaway dinner for parents at home. One of the well known stalls at Seah Im Food Centre is Aspirasi for their Nasi Lemak but it was closed at the time we were there.

Stall #01-26 Seah Im Food Centre, 2 Seah Im Road, Singapore 099114

Fried Kuay Teaw Mee | S$3.00

While waiting for our orders to be ready, Sister and I ordered this Fried Kuay Teaw Mee from one of the stalls nearby. For this portion, I would say it was reasonably priced. The noodle dish was a combination of both flat rice noodle and yellow noodle, tossed in black soy sauce with lightly scrambled eggs.

Sister requested for cockles and non-spicy. Sad to say, the chef got our order the other way round. We got no cockle and it was spicy. The noodle was also on the sweet side despite being spicy. In spite of the spiciness, we both agreed that it was good and came with charred wok taste. Sister complimented how detail oriented the chef was in terms of hygiene especially when handling cash and cooking ingredients.


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s