Continued from Part 1(Click here)
Don’t forget to check out my previous food trails, I guess Omy is the reason why I’m not losing weight…..
Photos with Omy.sg logo by Omy.
Rocku Yakiniku (Website)
At first site, I didn’t thought that this little corner restaurant would be so spacious and big inside!
Let’s jump straight into what I had over at Rocku, lots and lots of food ready to be grilled, that I can’t even remember some of the names. (Apologies ah, I serving army, no time to blog as often anymore….)
Some delicious Tiger prawns, juicy beef strips, Saba fish…..
Some pork shoulders, I think?
Some sliced salmon sashimi, since this is a grill restaurant, I suppose you can grill it though I wouldn’t recommend doing that, just eat it like how sashimi should be eaten.
Flame grilled cheese scallops
While everybody was still busy taking photos, I was already a step ahead grilling with Uncle Teh Peng and Sheron
Very kind of beauty queen Sheron to grill for me! *So touched*
Also one thing, what most people worry about grills(steamboat, hotplates) is the smoke that is generated during the process of converting delicious dead animals to juicy tender meats, at Rocku the BBQ/Grill-set has a built in vacuum/exhaust hoods around the circumference, notice how not-smoky this grill is?
Sheron sure knows how to cook well, nicely charred on the outside while keeping the meat juicy.
Rui Long of Omy, Me , Uncle Teh Peng and Sheron digging in! I will definitely bring my date here some other day and you should too, no smoke= no worries for ladies’ long hairs.
Visit Rocku Yakiniku official site for menu here
201 Victoria Street
Tel: +65 6634 3313
Fax: +65 6634 3303
Next stop! Suki-Ya by Creative Eateries
The other bloggers taking photos of Rocku which happens to be located right opposite before going into Suki-ya.
The bloggers being introduced the soups, sauces and dishes served in the All-you-can-eat buffet at Suki-ya.
Suki-Ya serves mainly finely slices chicken, pork and wagyu beef, otherwise also known as shabu-shabu, whereby you lightly deep the meat slices into the soups to cook before consuming with the sauces available.
you can also have a look at their lunch set items available on the full menu of their website.
Another blogger’s natural behavior spotted – checking photos.
That’s Serene standing at the corner, she happens to be my ex-schoolmate! Check out her blog here!
One of the many delicious fresh meat stuff I had at Suki-Ya. Not sure why….I forgot to take photo of the buffet serving area,
Me with other pretty bloggers.
Visit Suki-Ya’s website for more location and opening hours
Malaysia Suki-Ya(Better website IMHO)
Next stop, Manhattan Fish Market
Starters, Manhattan Fish Market’s Caesar Salad and Quad Delights(Fried mushroom stuff), not forgetting the very refreshing Citrus Mint drink at the back.
One of their hero items on the menu, the Manhattan Fish n Chips, nothing ever goes wrong with Fish n Chips!
One of Manhattan’s most popular highlights, which I often order along with my buddies to share with whenever we chance upon one of Manhattan fish market’s outlet, The Flaming Seafood Platter.
A platter big enough to be shared among 3 friends, 2 if I’m around.
Manhattan Fish Market
Do check out their Website for more locations and outlets available around the South East Asia region too!
Seoul Yummy, ahhh…..well played pun.
Seoul yummy is located somewhere in the middle of Bugis+’s level 4, directly below the open space high ceilings with direct sunlight, considered as alfresco or not ah?
Some of the free flow sides, eat until you song song gao jurong.
Ginseng Chicken soup, I didn’t get to try it even though it was just next to me….the bowl was emptied by the time I got to it…..
Tender Pork belly slices.
Eating it with some kimchi, shiok!
Spicy Kimchi Rice cake pancake.
Chewy Kimchi rice cake pancake,
Spicy Rice Cake
Another interesting item on the menu, the Army Stew.
Mixed with everything, from squid to clams and mushrooms, served with kimchi based soup and noodles over a stove.
Other location and reservation numbers
I’d say, the most memorable experience I had was definitely at Ramen Champion, where awards winning variants of ramen come together at one single restaurant making any typical Singaporeans spoilt for choices.
So much ramen, so little space left in my stomach.
Oh, you can also read up on the Ramen styles/profiles on their website
Alvin says I look like a famous Hong Kong actor, Eric Tsang.
Bloggers taking photos of the ramen…..must resist eating till photos are taken.
Some of the really delicious and well prepared ramens, I really can’t name all of them…..
Ramen with pork and corn.
Another ramen with pork bellies
The spiciest ramen you can find in Ramen Champion, yet it was no kick for me, but Japanese peoples’ tastes buds would had caught fire already, Singaporeans like me are just too used to spicy food.
Me chatting with chef Hisashi , he was the one who prepared the spicy ramen, I shared with him what Singaporeans consider spicy, Small Chillies(Chilli Padi).
Showing him pictures of Chilli padi on my phone with Sheron,
Generally, all the ramen were absolutely delicious and servings were generous, I will definitely come back within the coming weeks or so with some friends,
Made a new friend today! yay.
11:30 am to 10:30 pm Daily
Located at Bugis+ and Changi Airport Terminal 3
And ending off, we had desserts of course! I was in a rush to hurry off to another event, still I managed to eat some yoghurt from Berrylite.
Other toppings available too to suit fussy taste buds, I still prefer it plainly yoghurt.
Locations in Singapore and Malaysia
Also, don’t forget to check out my blog posts on some other food events I’ve been to as well!