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  1. imsohungree
    October 24, 2011

    Oh my god. My mouth dropped at the drunken cockles and then at the braised pigs intestine. They look amazing! Also love the logo, so clean and neat… :) Wish I was going to Singapore soon…
    My recent post Casa Farro

  2. Hannah
    October 24, 2011

    Everything sounds fantastic! Well, except the intestines, because I'm moderately wimpy. Most offal is okay, intestines… maybe not. LOVE the look of the cockles and herbal jelly though!
    My recent post An Unexpected Goodbye

  3. Lauren (Ms Baklover)
    October 24, 2011

    There is SOOO much garlic on those cockles! YUMMMY!

    Love the look of this Heng Hwa cuisine… although you can keep the intestines!!!

    As always, so interesting to hear more about the slivers of regional cuisines in Singapore.
    My recent post Ajitoya – Japanese in Seddon

  4. msihua
    October 24, 2011

    OMG that intestines look soooo good! I'm heading here on my next Sg trip! I've never heard of Heng Hwa before … :P
    My recent post Fan-tea-stic! – Dahon Gourmet Tea Lounge @ South Melbourne, VIC

  5. Winston
    October 24, 2011

    waheyyyyy…. i stayed in s'goon for a month when i was in singapore too! just few mins down the road at an apt on upper s'goon road, go to nex everyday to take the train. i SO regret not finding out abt the place back then!! !@#$%^&!@#$%^ i miss fried tenggiri fish so much. i so want to gobble up a massive plate of the braised intestine, clams and crab dish right now. def need to try this out next time im in sg! whenever that'll be
    My recent post Strawberry Lassi Recipe

  6. Sharking for chips and drinks
    October 26, 2011

    I have a mate who is an Aussie cheffing in Singapore so I have sent him a few of your posts so that he has a few hot tips. Great crisp photos as well to add to the mouthwatering feel of the dishes you ate. I know I will have to eventually go and visit him so i know who to come to, to get a few more tips when I need.____<&lt ;http://sharkingforchipsanddrinks.wordpress.com/>&gt;” target=”_blank”> ” target=”_blank”>;http://sharkingforchipsanddrinks.wordpress.com/>&gt; __Twitter: twitter.com/shark4chipdrink

  7. Fatbooo
    October 26, 2011

    Yay! I was getting worried that the cockles, intestines and whole prawns with heads and feelers would freak people out, haha!

  8. Fatbooo
    October 26, 2011

    Thanks! They're really refreshing and different dishes!

  9. Fatbooo
    October 26, 2011

    Glad you're one of the few people who'd actually read the Singapore-based posts. :) As you can see, my non-Melbourne posts have taken a step back and peek out only twice a month.. (cos I'm running out of content, lol)

  10. Fatbooo
    October 26, 2011

    I know, right? When I heard mum say it's "Hing Wah" food, I was like "What's this Hing Wah you're talking about??"

    It's quite Hokkien in style, I think, but cleaner and more refreshing…?

  11. Fatbooo
    October 26, 2011

    Gives you a reason to revisit. There's heaps of other food places asking to be eaten. ; )

  12. Fatbooo
    October 26, 2011

    Flattered that my posts may provide actual chefs a few 'hot tips'…! You will have such a great time visiting (and eating) Singapore. : )

  13. jeroxie
    October 31, 2011

    drunken cockles!! me want some but not like to travel :P
    My recent post I had chwee kueh and kopi for breakfast

  14. @fatbooo
    November 1, 2011

    Many branches across the island, maybe there's one near you. :)

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