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Food Opera At Orchard, Singapore


After a good night rest, we woke up feeling refreshed and took the shuttle bus to Orchard Road again.  Must make full use of the hotel services and facilities given... LOL... During the day, it is a bit "too hot" to walk under the sun especially when we have not input anything yet...

What shall we eat?  Aaron told me that most of the food court are similar at the malls.  It is more like a franchise?  Anyway, the food looks good to me, I really had a hard time choosing what to eat... so I left the decision to Aaron, he is more familiar with the food at the court....
Oh yeah, not food court but opera.... 
He ordered this for me... 
Teochew fish balls and noodles..
This is an extra side dish... 
Our brunch for the day.... 
Looks good, eh?
I mean the food... LOL.. 
After that, we had something sweet from here.... 
And then, it was all walking and window shopping...
Yes, really window shopping only... 
Mall after mall we walked in and out... 
And after that we took a shuttle bus back to the hotel to rest... 


  1. Both Aaron AND the food look very good! So is there a meaning to the name opera? Maybe they have some singing entertainment...

  2. Same as Ginny above, why Opera?

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  4. I always end up buying something with my intended window shopping so i wonder how could you resist the temptation

  5. This republic is always good with fancy names which amazed advertising man like me.
    Your son has matured handsomely today. Time to serve mama tea!

  6. At first I thought there will be an opera. Ha :D Turns out it is about a dining place. :D

  7. The food looks quite healthy and not too oily. Guess Singaporean food is catered more towards those who want a better waist line huh. :)

  8. Food...something I will always love... LOL!

  9. is the extra dish fish cake? initially I thought it is omelette.

  10. Sometimes too many choices, hard to choose what to eat...

  11. I keep looking at that dish and I realise it is fish cake. I like the meal.

  12. those fishballs and tempting!


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