My favourite haunt early in the morning has got to be Amy’s Laksa, an acclaimed hawker store situated in Bedok. For the low price of $2.50, you get a substantial amount, with cockles thrown in and a healthy assortment of ingredients. The noodles were springy and taut, with the gravy tasting a little mild (in terms of spiciness); but you can always add more chilli!
I also ordered what is by far my favourite Singaporean drink, the so-called “Michael Jackson”! It is a mixture of grass jelly and soya bean milk- and well, sugar. It tasted savoury and was had a pleasant texture. No photos, sadly.
For lunch, we headed to Dunman Food Centre, where we tried some underwhelming wanton mee. However, the fried wantons were really nice though. I have tried this stall before and it seems like the noodles being too salty, which was my complaint is a one-off incident.
For an early dinner, we headed down to Sarnies, at Telok Ayer Street. Look at that avocado toast!
As for supper, we bought some curry puffs from Old Chang Kee as well as kaya and cheese balls from Ya Kun Kaya Toast!