We really love Seafood People! So, for our Chinese New Year Dinner, we decided to eat there. Good thing the location of this great eating place is just a walking distance away from us.
We ordered our favorite Prawn Paste Chicken, Seafood Fried Rice and Seafood Hor Fun.
As always, serving the food will take about a 30-minute wait. But it was all worth it! We loved our CNY dinner and we will definitely go back here again.
Our Square Buns waited for us for our dessert.
I can’t remember how many CNY’s Doms and I celebrated here in SG. All I know is that I enjoy CNY here and I’m we’ll experience more in the future.
I never really knew that Chinese New Year is a big deal to countries like Singapore. Well, majority of Singapore’s population comprises of people from mainland China. So naturally, Chinese New Year is a big deal to them.
Last Saturday, Doms and I went to Chinatown just to see the food stalls and decorations that they have for the coming year of the dragon. The place was so jam-packed! I had to push among the crowded streets just to see the store that sells white blouses.
I haven’t uploaded my photos from that adventure. I’ll do it tonight.
Anyway, we saw these jars of Chinese goodies in our office pantry after lunch. We were surprised to see the wide variety of cookies and tarts that “they” want us to eat. Good for me I love the pineapple tarts!
Bottom Container on the left, MINE!!!
Yup, but I think I need to stop this addiction already because I’m currently feeling jittery now.
In nights where Doms and I are too lazy to prepare dinner, we often choose to eat in hawker centres near our place. So, last Friday, we decided to eat at Seafood People.
Happily posing for photos while waiting for our food
Seafood People is located at the Jalan Membina Hawker Centre near Tiong Bahru. When we arrived, we were handed with menus of the dishes they cook at your pointing.
Home Made KIced Lemon Tea
We ordered Prawn Paste Chicken which is deep fried chicken marinated in prawn paste or bagoong smacked with a great deal of chili.
Prawn Paste chicken, I Like!
We also ordered Seafood Tom Yum soup which was divinely spicy but nice.
Yummy Tom Yum Seafood Soup
Our total bill was just around 13.50SGD which was great and just the right amount. We will definitely try the other dishes when we come back.
I like giving away stuff from the Philippines to people here in the office. It’s like I’m sharing with them part of the Philippine culture. So, for my recent Pinas vacation, I gave away 2 of my fave desserts from the P.I., Flat Tops, Choki Choki and Max’s Caramel Bar and Tomi Tomi Corn Chips.
Flat Tops is one of the things that I miss from the Philippines. The Milk Chocolate Candies are just right for my taste buds. It’s not too sweet and not too milky. It kinda has a “chalk” taste but it makes it better.
My boss loves the Max’s Caramel Bar. She even asked me where I buy these stuff so if her husband goes to Manila for a work conference or whatever, she can ask him to buy her these bars. Who wouldn’t like these bars?
The Choki Choki and Tomi Tomi are my pasalubongs to Efren. I wasn’t able to take pictures of it but these are great Pinas treats as well.
Next time, I’m planning to give them Cloud 9, Chicharon ans Lengua De Gato and Pastillas.