Arbite

So we went to Arbite.. a change of our usual hangout spots .. 🙂
I can’t remember where I read from, but if I am not wrong, the chef here used to work in Michelangelos and thus this place prides itself in handmade fresh pasta .. so looking forward to it!!!  🙂
I dont think we were disappointed 🙂

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mushroom soup

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Carrot Cake

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Pappardelle with mushrooms and parma ham

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Tagliatelle with prawns aglio olio

I would return to try the other things on the menu.
The pasta was pretty good. Cooked al dente and the sauce was not too overpowering as well. I just finished up everything on the plate.
The place is quite a quiet hangout place to be, and the staff was very meticulous in attending and clearing our plates as well.

Arbite
66 Serangoon Garden Way  
Serangoon Garden Estate, Singapore 555962

Easter Holidays

I got really home sick in Hong Kong, So I AM HOMEE 🙂 well for this short holiday .. being newly employed within 1 month and my boss ‘allowed’ me to take my first leave of the year (1 day) since the next few days the market will also be closed to celebrate easter holidays .. I wonder what impression I left but oh wells,

So time to hit my favourites that I have been craving for 🙂

Together with the gang, we went to chomp chomp!! munch on some local delights before having to return back to Hong Kong ..

Hawker Centers to me, are like nostalgic places filled with wonderful memories. I totally missed Hawker food in Hong Kong .. the stuffiness of the place, the oily food and i think one redeeming part is, despite being so Hot stuffy and oily, having to scout for tables and witnessing numerous tissue papers as forms of “Stay away MY table” kind of reservations,  its a nice communal place for familes to come together .. and interestingly you do really see all kinds of people gathering here . Its quite a ‘happening’ place where so much is going on and quite a embedded unique sight in itself.

My fond memory of Hawker Centers commenced in Secondary School, after basketball trainings, we would trudge to the nearest hawker center – it being the cheap and easiest place to meet , or slowly as we progressed into Junior colleges or overseas studying or polytechnics,  we would go on food expeditions ( thats where my love for food was built upon) and order a buffet of food .. so full until the table is crowded (no exaggeration) with nothing but food.

Chomp Chomp is a hit for me, I love the Hokkien mee( red plate one), Chye Tau Kueh, and of course its signature huge sugar cane juice 🙂  and maybe because this belly is totally missing singaporean hawker food 🙂 Good Company always makes food taste better 🙂

Chomp Chomp
20 Kensington Park Road, Singapore 557269