Category Archives: Street Food

Street Food

Cho Dumpling King

I THINK it would be easier to get a ticket to a Jay Chou concert at Taipei Arena than a seat at Cho Dumpling King (CDK). CDK is one of the more popular little hole-in-the-wall places in the Burlington Centre … Continue reading

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Janani

Unfortunately Jannai is no longer. In its place is curry restaurant Kammadhenu (which also has a branch in Newtown). THE Deity had never been to Homebush but knew that it was somewhere near a complex of temples and shrines devoted … Continue reading

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Harry’s Singapore Chilli Crab

THE barman at the Triple Ace Bar was particularly unimpressed with the Real Evil Genius (REG) ordering a middy of Resches shandy. It was Happy Hour at the Triple Ace where schooners of Resches were only $3.50 but REG wanted … Continue reading

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Laksa House

I’M really, really quite particular when it comes to laksa as it was one of those dishes I was weaned on when I was reaching that age when a boy becomes a man (though some would say I still haven’t … Continue reading

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East West Gourmet

CONTRIBUTORS to menu and social networking food web sites are making pretty big claims that East West Gourmet, nestled on the second floor food court in Chatswood’s Manadrin Centre, has one of the best Hainanese chicken rice in Sydney. The … Continue reading

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Phnom Penh Teo Chew Noodle House

“NUMBER 12?” asked the owner of Phnom Penh Teo Chew Noodle House during a busy lunch time rush. “How did she remember that?” I asked myself. I haven’t been to Dixon House Food Court for nearly two years and yet … Continue reading

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Hong’s Noodles (洪芋頭擔仔麵 – 古亭店)

BACK in 1895, Tainan fisherman Hong Yu-tou decided to cook up his usual stewed minced pork flavoured with garlic, shallots and rock sugar. He then added this pork mixture to a fish-flavoured broth spiked with black vinegar and containing noodles … Continue reading

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