If asked by his peers and friends, write down “the person most will bring home to meet mom”, Anthony will win by a landslide. And merely meeting him for 15 minutes, you will feel the warmth, sincerity and good vibes one gets from being around this man. Don’t think he’s just all warm and fuzzy, Anthony is a bona fide Peranakan, a massive foodie and a hell of a guide. He’s also a steady hand and presence in our livestream tours.
Have you eaten
Kaya Toast/ Hot Milo
Shh! Its for me to know and for you to find out lah
That’s a tough one, because when it comes to food in Singapore…someone and soon enough everyone is sure know about it! That said, I do have a favourite dessert shop located in lil’ old Katong Shopping Centre. It’s called Le Le Dessert Shop and its where I go for my chendol fix. (Right after I have had my Katong Laksa fix from the Janggut Katong Laksa stall located within Roxy Square, just a stone’s throw away from Katong Shopping Centre)
Such a versatile word – depending on the tone and context, this one Singlish ‘word’ can help to convey the speaker’s surprise, disappointment, disgust, shock and even regret or remorse. (Alamak, you don’t believe me, arh?!?)
I prefer ‘constructive consideration’ – if possible, wear the other person’s shoes first and take a step back (pardon the pun!)
All of Asia, actually!
Polishing off tasty desserts in a single bound- thanks to sweet tooth, oops!
…pack in some Singapore souverniers in my luggage bag