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Playing Tourist And More Food In Singapore City

MORE WALKING TO DO... otherwise we could not tuck in as much as we wanted to....

From Orchid Hotel, we took a long walk around the vicinity, we were at the town area where old and new buildings are located side by side.  

This is an iconic location....
I was told we must take a picture of this... 
And so I did....
The next thing I know...
I was here at this food court.... 
Was told that they served the best steamed chicken here.....
Well, being an Ipohian, I shall not comment further....
LOL....
More walking....
And soon we were having tea at a cafe...
A name which I have forgotten again....
Two Latte....
One Expressor not in pic....
As for me, I have Chamomile....
and these to share..... 
Three quarters of the day passed...
But our food tour has yet to end.... 

Comments

  1. Hahahaha, I guess the steamed chicken is not as nice as those in Ipoh, is it? 😂

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  2. the steamed chicken looks fresh and succulent....better looking than most places serving steamed chicken in KL.

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  3. I wouldn't say I'm drooling over the chicken but they sure are very generous with the meat! So much!!! Frozen chicken imported from Indonesia? LOL!!! No imports from Malaysia at the moment, if I am not wrong. The chili dip looks gorgeous though - must be very very nice!

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  4. Walk to eat. Ha ha ha....sorry, I won't want to order the steamed chicken. Nice art on the Latte. I will go for the croissant.

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  5. The iconic building reminded me of the one in Paris.

    Chicken rice looked good. And the latte art was nice.

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  6. Where is my comment?? Disappearing??

    Anyway, I was commenting that the iconic building reminded me of the one in Paris.

    Yummy chicken rice. And lovely latte art

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  7. I guess nothing can beat Ipoh's famous nga choy kai or even KL's wat kai + the soy sauce underneath looks thick (oyster sauce-like)! >.<

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  8. No fight with Ipoh, right? LOL!

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