Humble Italian Food

The chef at this inconspicuous Italian food stall did not have a shiny signboard. Only one small sign said “trained in Le Cordon Bleu”.

My curiosity was piqued and ordered a Worcester Sauce Chicken and Aglio Olio angel hair with rosemary chicken.

The food that came was piping hot and tasted amazing!

Coming from this humble-loooking stall, it gave a new meaning to you can’t judge the food by their looks.

Yu sheng

“Lo Hei” is a tradition prevalent in Malaysia and Singapore during Chinese new year. A group of people tossed the dish “yu sheng” as high in the air as they could, while screaming auspicious words and hope their wishes will come true. In the toss and turn, the dish turns from neat to messy, and then gets eaten by the diners.

Immersed in a strange but festive tradition that brings on the fun and the joy with my Samsung Galaxy note.