The other day I went to Changi Airport and dined at this eatery which is also managed by the owner of those mushrooming Wang Cafes. It was a quiet afternoon, and the ambience was damn relaxing. My friend and I decided on the Buddy Meal. If I'm not mistaken, the price was something around S$19.80. All the food items shown below were included in the set menu (inclusive of two plates of rice).
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- Hello, I'm Cliff Anderson! Why Cliff(y), you ask? Well, a lot of people I've met since primary school till now have always called me Cliffy! Anyway, for every 50 posts I come up with, and every 25,000 pageviews, I'm donating a sum of money to the World Food Programme. Your support is greatly appreciated.
Sunday, February 27, 2011
It's only the 2nd day and I've alrady seen almost 200 pageviews. That's encouraging! :)
Hmm, just a few things to say. First of all, I'm taking all the pictures using my old 1.3 megapixel camera phone. Therefore, I'd like to apologise in advance if some of the pictures I'm going to post don't possess high quality. Anyway, I'll still be using my phone because it's still usable, so there's no reason for me to throw it away. Honestly, I'd rather spend S$500 on Kaiseki Ryouri, a multi-course Japanese set meal.
I have several folders in my laptop dedicated just for food and beverages. I'll sort them out really soon and write more entries when I'm free! Sigh, too bad recess week has come to an end. But I'll write one more entry before midnight!
Besides that, even though it appears as if I'm a person who can eat anything and everything, there are some things which I really dislike and thus they (most likely) won't appear in this blog: the 'king of fruits' (a.k.a. durian) and internal organs (e.g. liver, heart, brain, etc., although I can eat chicken and pig intestines).
Before I end this entry, I'd like to introduce you to my two best buddies (see picture below) who're going to help me with the Pika's Advice and Melon's Rating section in each restaurant entry!
They'll be the mascots of this blog! So yup, stay tuned! :P
Have a nice meal,
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Where creativity comes in!
UPDATE (27/1//2013): It has just come to my attention that The Handburger is now part of the Soup Spoon Union at Raffles City Shopping Centre. It's still located at B1.
Alright, this is my very first review! I've always been wanting to patronise this particular burger eatery, an original Singapore brand, located at Raffles City Shopping Centre, and I finally did!
At last: my own food blog! I've always been wanting to write my own blog which encompasses my dining journey, particularly in Singapore where I'm currently studying and perhaps some tips and advice for you, food-goers out there!
I'll try my best to update this blog as much as I can, amidst the hectic university life I'm currently experiencing.
Special thanks goes to Yee Zhuangli, the catalyst for the creation of this blog.
Have a nice meal,