Someone actually bother to leave me a note ... to say ... my blog is not reflective of Singapore's food culture!! And I should blog more on hawker food!!! Gawd!! Is there some authority out there regulating food blogs' content??
I rather you see me as a babe who hangs out at cool indie cafes although I am actually a hawker whore. Actually, for the chap who left the note, if you bother to read this blog carefully, it is not difficult to arrive at this conclusion. And just for you if you must know, I ate loads of yummy hawker hakka stuff for lunch yesterday. I do appreciate the hawker food culture. If it was not clear enough in the past. I hope it is by now.
Mei Zhen whips up a range of mean Hakka food. My fave is actually their soon pan which gets sold out pretty fast. Glutinous rice and abacus seeds are soft, chewy and just very delicious. Even their chee cheong fan is pretty extraordinary in taste and texture. If you happen to drop by Shunfu Mart, try not to give Mei Zhen a miss.
Okay, guess I have done my part in "promoting Singapore's hawker culture" not that it really matters to anyone anyway. Other than my family, friends and some really nice people out there, no one actually cares about the direction of this little food blog. This blog is never meant for anything as meaningful as promoting culture of any nature and it will never be.
But just to satisfy my curiosity, are you a hawker food lover like myself? Leave a comment and tell me which is your fave hawker food and stall can?