I was never a fan of ‘Indian’ food so I never dared to try Laksa ever since I’ve first set foot here in Singapore. Little did I know that Laksa is NOT an Indian food but is a Peranakan (Chinese and Malay mix) cuisine and that it’s surprisingly really good.
My first conversation with G included him ‘promising’ to take me to this popular and best Laksa place in the whole of Singapore, the Katong Laksa (East of Singapore). True to his word, albeit rather late (he fulfilled the rest of his promises earlier in our relationship!), he took me to 328 Katong, which is the best-est among the Laksa stores in the area.
It’s our first time to have Pizza Capers and this is what we have to say about it:
“The most disappointing pizza experience I have ever suffered in my life – and I’ve even eaten pizza in JB. After a wait of 90 minutes, two tiny boxes arrived which we had purchased for the ludricous sum of nearly $30. I should have spent the $30 on frozen pizza from Fairprice. The pizza was tiny, like a mini frisbee, and for the same price I could have had two decent sized pizzas from Canadian 241. We ordered the deal which gave us a “cheaper” price of $24 (before tax and delivery charge) for two pizzas – I would have hated to have paid another $20 for the standard price to receive this junk. We ordered the “Italian Connection” and “Beef Provencal”, both flavourless and unappealing. Next time I’ll save my time and money and just eat some sick from the ground – it’ll be much better.”