HALAL FOOD - Chinese Food Restaurant in Singapore [HD]

HALAL FOOD - Chinese Food Restaurant in Singapore [HD]

when we come to singapore, we can find a lot of chinese food restaurant around. Event with the label HALAL (moeslim). backpacker to singapore. backpacking to singapore. Citizen journalism by Anggara Sri Wisnu. Himavi, Sekolah vokasi ugm yogyakarta jurusan sastra inggris (sasing). food, cook, cooking, culinary, cuisine, recipe, street food. merlion, sentosa island, marina bay sands, esplanade theatre, chinatown, smrt, airasia, malaysia, emirates, airlines, maskapai, cathay pacific, jal, korea, china, etihad, qantas, british, top ten tourism in singapore. http://sriwisnu02.blogspot.com http://wayang-kancil.blogspot.com http://indonesiandance.blogspot.com http://cakilindonesia.blogspot.com http://wayang-world.blogspot.com http://ramayanaballetindonesia.blogspot.com http://anggarasriwisnu02.wordpress.com

How to Make The Best Chinese Lo Mein ~ Chinese Food Recipe

How to Make The Best Chinese Lo Mein ~ Chinese Food Recipe

This Chinese vegetable lo mein dinner is quick, easy, healthy and delicious. I show you my secret ingredient I use to get that smoky hint of flavor in the lo mein. Packed full of vegetables. Lo mein is one of our favorite stir fry Chinese foods. Enjoy. #food #recipe #chinesefood #lomein #tesscooks4u #foodporn ***************************************** OTHER RECIPE VIDEOS YOU MAY LIKE TO SEE How to Make the Best Chicken and Broccoli Chinese Stir Fry Recipe ~ Healthy Chinese Cooking https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRadAJLsrmc How To Make The Best Chinese Pepper Steak ~ Chinese Stir Fry Recipe https://youtu.be/LZeNiMUbHCQ How to Make Teriyaki Chicken ~ Homemade Teriyaki Sauce https://youtu.be/aO8Oy3fps3o Asian Recipes by Tess Cooks4u https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YIctSJa850&list=PLTnT2NPigV6xzO8GQFDCe3CqMzi75y9XZ ***************************************** How to Make Vegetable Lo Mein ~ Chinese Food Recipe INGREDIENTS: 1 pound of Lo Mein Noodle or spaghetti/linguini/fettucini Oil for wok Whites and greens of garden onions Celery Carrots Bamboo shoots Cabbage/Bok Choy Bean Sprouts 1 tbsp. minced garlic 1 tsp. grated ginger Sauce: 3 tbsp. soy sauce 2 tbsp. oyster sauce 1-2 tbsp. mushroom flavor dark soy sauce or dark soy sauce 3 tbsp. water/vegetable/chicken broth pinch white pepper 1/4 tsp. sesame oil ***************************************** PRODUCTS I AM USING --- AFFILIATE LINKS I have an electric stove so I use a Carbon Steel Flat Bottom Wok http://amzn.to/2irYVyy These Wok Spatulas are nice for wok cooking http://amzn.to/2irXi3V Oyster sauce http://amzn.to/2iq5YvR I use the Kadoya Pure Sesame Oil http://amzn.to/2i6fCTE This is my favorite brand of dark soy sauce http://amzn.to/2i3VE9T ***************************************** Please help support TESS COOKS4U. You may send donations to my PayPal link: https://www.paypal.me/TessCooks4u Thank you so much for the support! ***************************************** Follow TESS COOKS4U on Social Media: Please SUBSCRIBE to Tess Cooks4u: http://www.youtube.com/c/TessCooks4u YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClcWrXNVItYUqoExg_Y86AA FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/tesscooks4u WEBSITE: http://tesscooks4u.blogspot.com EMAIL: tesscooks4u@gmail.com *****************************************

Thai Muslim Halal Food at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา)

Thai Muslim Halal Food at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา)

Read more about this amazing Thai Muslim Halal restaurant here: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/2013/12/yusup-pochana-thai-muslim-food/ Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) is located about 15 minutes north of the Chatuchak area of Bangkok, so it's a little out of the way... but let me tell you that it's well worth the effort to eat there. This, in my opinion, is one of the best restaurants in Bangkok that serves Thai Muslim Halal food. The menu includes many of the classic Thai Muslim dishes like Thai biryani, goat curries, rotis, curry noodles, and an assortment of other amazing things. When I sat down at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) I was so excited I could hardly contain myself. First things first, we began with a Mataba pla (มะตะบะปลา), which is basically a roti pancake filled with a mixture of egg, fish, and spices, then fried in hot oil until golden brown and slightly crispy on the outside. The mataba is then sliced into bite sized pieces and eaten along with a sauce that includes cucumber and red onions in a sweet vinegar. But the most popular dish at Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา), and a well known Thai Muslim Halal favorite, is the khao mok, or the Thai style of rice biryani. There are a number of different choices when it comes to Thai biryani, and we order the beef, mutton, and chicken versions. The rice came in a huge pile on the plate, a pile of yellow spiced rice with a hunk of meat hiding below, all topped with fried shallots and served with a minty fresh sauce on the side. All three versions were amazing, but I'd have to give it up for the Khao mok neua (biryani with beef ข้าวหมกเนื้อ). It came with an impressive hunk of beef topped with a mound of rice, and that beef was fall apart tender. At Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) we also ordered a number of soups and noodles, like the Kuay teow kaeng gai (ก๋วยเตี๋ยวแกงไก่), curry noodles with chicken, and the Soup neua (ซุปเนื้อ) -- Thai beef soup. Both were pretty good, but the curry noodles were a little on the sweet side for me. The beef soup on the other hand was outstanding, with huge chunks of beef and fragrant broth. But even the Thai biryani could not stand up to the next few dishes I ordered, the Kaeng kari gai (กะหรี่ไก่) or yellow chicken curry, and the award winner of the meal, the Kuruma peh (กุรุหม่าแพะ), or curried goat. I can honestly say it was one of the top Thai dishes I've ever eaten in my life. It was a blend of cuisines, sort of a mixture of Thailand, Indian, and Burmese flavors, all wrapped into a hunk of fall apart tender goat on the bone. I honestly could hardly believe myself as I took a bite of the goat curry, it was absolutely sensational! If you're looking for an amazing Thai Muslim Halal food restaurant in Bangkok, Yusup Pochana (ยูซุปโภชนา) is your place to go. It may be a bit of a taxi ride from where you are, but once you taste the food, you'll be amazed, and you might even come back the next day for another meal! Get my free updates: http://wp.me/Psd9b-4pl Follow my food adventures at http://migrationology.com/ & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://travelbyying.com/ Bangkok 101 Guide: http://migrationology.com/ebook-101-things-to-do-in-bangkok/ Thai Food Guide: http://www.eatingthaifood.com/eating-thai-food-guide/ Thank you so much for watching this food and travel video by Mark Wiens. Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss my next tasty adventure. You can subscribe right here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=migrationology

London Street Food from Japan and Vietnam. Seen in Brick Lane

London Street Food from Japan and Vietnam. Seen in Brick Lane

Banh Mi from Vietnam and Janapese Noodles eaten and Brick Lane

Must-Try Halal Korean Food in Singapore During Your Halal Travel

Must-Try Halal Korean Food in Singapore During Your Halal Travel

Explore the best Muslim-friendly Korean restaurants in Singapore with HalalTrip. Caught on the Hallyu Wave? Need to fill your inner Korean cravings? HalalTrip went on a journey to find all the Korean restaurants and cafes all for you! Halal Korean food and BBQ buffet restaurants are now becoming a common sight in the Singapore food scene. Singapore is a great mix of multiple cultures blending in perfectly side-by-side. Once upon a time, being a Muslim with Halal limitations put a roadblock in engaging one’s taste buds, but now that is no longer an issue. With the rest of the world catching up Halal food; many stores are getting themselves Halal-certified and in order to provide for their Muslim customers. HalalTrip provides you a list of places to try Halal Korean food flavors in Singapore. To find out more: halaltrip.me/halal-korean-food-singapore Korean cuisine very interesting to try and not to mention sumptuous. Find all these restaurants on Halal Food Spotter and our website as well as our mobile app, now on Apple and Android! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow HalalTrip: Website: http://www.halaltrip.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HalalTrip/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/HalalTrip Twitter - https://twitter.com/HalalTrip Contact HalalTrip: info@halaltrip.com 1003 Bukit Merah Central #07-14 Singapore 159836, Singapore +65 9729 4638

Singapore Food Tour at Old Airport Road Hawker Food Centre - Hokkien Fried Mee & Toa Payoh Rojak!

Singapore Food Tour at Old Airport Road Hawker Food Centre - Hokkien Fried Mee & Toa Payoh Rojak!

Join me on a Singapore food tour of the famous Old Airport Road Food Centre! ►SINGAPORE FOOD GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/singapore-food/ ►SINGAPORE TRAVEL GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/singapore/ The best Singapore food blog is run by Dr. Leslie Tay (http://ieatishootipost.sg/) and back in 2010 he conducted a survey asking people about what they though was the best or their favorite hawker food center in Singapore. Old Airport Road Food Centre won by a significant margin, so it’s quite safe to say this hawker centre is among the best and one of the local favorites in the city. I think it’s such a great place to eat in Singapore mainly because it’s big, it’s spacious, there’s a huge selection of different things to eat, and since it’s one of the oldest hawker centers in Singapore, it’s also home to some legendary food stalls. Whitley Road Big Prawn Mee - Ying decided to first order a bowl of prawn mee (prawn noodles) from Whitley Road Big Prawn Mee - the main reason we went here is because the stall was continually busy with plenty of customers, and both of us love to eat shrimp. The yellow noodles came topped with some tangly prawns and doused in a salty shrimp tasting sauce with soup on the side. The dish was good, but a little on the salty side. Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee - Probably one of the most famous Singapore food stalls at this centre is Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee, known for serving a popular version of fried hokkien mee noodles. The mix of both yellow and white rice noodles was mixed with prawns and squid and then blended in a special sauce. It wasn’t a fried dry noodles, but it wasn’t overly sauce, but it was somewhere in between. I quite liked it, especially with a squeeze of calamansi and some of the chili soy sauce on it. Toa Payoh Rojak - Along with the fried Hokkien mee stall, this place for rojak is another one of the most famous places to eat at this centre. As soon as Toa Payoh Rojak opens for the day, they have a continuous long line of customers, and they specialize in serving Chinese style rojak - a mix of different things all coated in a sweet shrimp paste glaze. It’s one of those dishes that somewhere halfway in between a dessert and a savory snack, and when you’re eating it, you really don’t know. The Chinese rojak was quite good, with a very pleasant balance taste. Wang Wang Crispy Curry Puffs - Finally, for my last thing to eat at Old Airport Road Food Centre I really wanted to try some curry puffs. The curry puffs were actually much better than I had anticipated, with incredibly flaky crust, and filled with a flavorful inside of curried potatoes. Amazing especially because they were fried so fresh. -- MY WEBSITES: Singapore Travel Guide: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/singapore/ Singapore Food Guide: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/singapore-food/ T-shirts available now: https://migrationology.com/store/ Resources I use: http://migrationology.com/travel-resources/ Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/ EatingThaiFood.com: http://eatingthaifood.com/ TravelByYing.com: http://travelbyying.com/ SCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Snapchat: @migrationology Thank you very much for watching this video! --

Allauddin's Briyani - MUST-EAT Singapore Indian Food at Tekka Centre!

Allauddin's Briyani - MUST-EAT Singapore Indian Food at Tekka Centre!

Allauddin's Chicken Briyani in Singapore is fragrant and delicious! ►SINGAPORE FOOD GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/singapore-food/ ►SINGAPORE TRAVEL GUIDE: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/singapore/ If you’re looking for excellent Indian hawker food in Singapore, one of the best places to go is Tekka Centre, located in Little India. You’ll find a tempting variety of different Indian food stalls to choose from, many of them serving south Indian dishes. You can get paratha, banana leaf rice and curry, and what I chose to eat was chicken biryani from a famous stall called Allauddin’s. But before beginning with my chicken biryani, I first had an onion paratha, a greasy and crispy pieces of fried bread filled with onions and served with a side of curry sauce. It was pretty good. But nothing compared to my plate of chicken biryani. The rice was fluffy and fragrant, and not too dry, but had some nice moisture to it. The chicken was incredible - it was soft, yet not mushy at all, but remained a fantastic silky texture. Finally, the curry sauce that my plate of biryani was served with is what really elevated the plate to the next level. For a wonderful plate of chicken biryani in Singapore, head over to Allauddin's Chicken Biryani at Tekka Centre. -- MY WEBSITES: Singapore Travel Guide: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/singapore/ Singapore Food Guide: http://migrationology.com/2016/01/singapore-food/ T-shirts available now: https://migrationology.com/store/ Resources I use: http://migrationology.com/travel-resources/ Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/ EatingThaiFood.com: http://eatingthaifood.com/ TravelByYing.com: http://travelbyying.com/ SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Snapchat: @migrationology Thank you very much for watching this video! --

Tek Sen Restaurant: Chinese Food in Penang

Tek Sen Restaurant: Chinese Food in Penang

►TOM YUM T-Shirts Available Now: http://teespring.com/tom-yum Get more details about eating at Tek Sen restaurant on Migrationology.com: http://migrationology.com/2015/07/tek-sen-restaurant-penang/ One of the most famous Chinese restaurants in George Town, Penang, Malaysia is Tek Sen, a restaurant that specializes in Chinese and Peranakan (Chinese Malay) dishes. Though the restaurant is quite famous and very popular, I was happy to find the food was still quite excellent and I fully enjoyed my meal there when my wife and I were in Penang. The menu is written in both English and Chinese, so the hardest part of ordering is narrowing down the choices of what to eat. One of the signatures dishes to eat at Tek Sen restaurant is their double fried pork belly, and they had a plain version as well as one fried with chili padi. I went with the double fried chili padi pork. The pieces of pork belly were crispy and gooey, and fried with a sweet chili sauce. It was extremely rich and greasy, but it was pretty tasty - it was almost like pork candy. If you love pork, this is definitely a dish you should order. It was a little too sweet for me, but nevertheless, it did taste pretty good. Along with the double fried pork we ordered their homemade tofu braised in a claypot. The cubes of tofu were first deep fried, so they had a golden skin on them, then mixed with vegetables and assembled in a flaming clay pot. the dish had a wonderful smoky and sesame oil fragrance to it. The cubes of tofu were beautiful, slightly chewy on the outside skin, and then silky soft and creamy on the inside - it was probably my favorite dish we ate at Tek Sen. To contrast the greasy pork dishes we ate, we ordered sweet potato leaves stir fried with sambal chili sauce and shrimp. The leaves tasted similar to spinach, but less slimy and a little more crisp. Along with the Malay style chili sauce, and pieces of shrimp, it was quite a delicious vegetable dish to eat along with rice and the other dishes. Another winning dish we tried at Tek Sen in Penang was a version of assam tumis, a Malay Chinese (Peranakan or Nyonya) fish curry. The curry had an incredible smooth and complex flavor profile - slightly salty, sour, spicy, and a little sweet. The combination was delicious. We ordered our assam tumis curry with black pomfret, but you could have also ordered it with sting ray. Our meal at Tek Sen was very satisfying. The pork was again too sweet for me, but all the other dishes were excellent. For a delicious Chinese and Malay meal in George Town, Penang, Malaysia, Tek Sen is remains a pretty good options - all the way from 1965. Here are some details if you want to eat here when you’re in Penang: Tek Sen Restaurant (德盛飯店) - Penang Address: 18 & 20 Lebuh Carnarvon, 10100 George Town, Penang, Malaysia Open hours: Monday and Wednesday - Sunday (closed on Tuesday and Saturday) for lunch from 12 Noon - 2:30 pm and for dinner from 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm. I went for dinner and arrived right at 5:30 pm, so I'm not sure how the crowd is at lunch. Prices: Our total bill for everything we ordered above, plus rice, and Ying had a soda, came to 64.10 MYR ($17.16) - kind of a mid-range price. Not bad for the quality. How to get there: Tek Sen restaurant is located right in George Town along Lebuh Carnarvon. If you’re in central George Town you can probably walk here quite easily. Music in this video is from Audio Network Filmed and created by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Twitter: https://twitter.com/migrationology SNAPCHAT: migrationology Donate: http://migrationology.com/donate/ Thank you for watching! Read more details about Tek Sen Restaurant: http://migrationology.com/2015/07/tek-sen-restaurant-penang/

The Best Halal Japanese Restaurants in Singapore During Your Next Halal Travel

The Best Halal Japanese Restaurants in Singapore During Your Next Halal Travel

Halal Japanese food is now becoming more and more popular in Singapore. With Japan being one of Asia’s most well-known countries; it isn’t surprising that many Japanese restaurants populate Singapore’s streets. What is good to know, is that there are lots of Japanese Halal restaurants in Singapore waiting to send your taste buds into food heaven. Take a look at HalalTrip's 7 recommendations for Halal Japanese food in Singapore! We have tried from the nutritious bentos to the traditional ramen and even some fine dining, there is one for every occasion. To find out more: http://halaltrip.me/halal-japanese-singapore ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow HalalTrip: Website: http://www.halaltrip.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HalalTrip/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/HalalTrip Twitter - https://twitter.com/HalalTrip Contact HalalTrip: info@halaltrip.com 1003 Bukit Merah Central #07-14 Singapore 159836, Singapore +65 9729 4638 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music: Buddy (www.bensound.com)

Changi Airport Singapore | Halal Food Restaurants in Changi Airport Terminals

Changi Airport Singapore | Halal Food Restaurants in Changi Airport Terminals

There are many Halal food and restaurant options at Singapore's Changi Airport. Find out more here: http://htrp.me/Halal-Food-Changi-Airport. From Indian, Chinese, International cuisine to Halal Ice-cream and chocolates, everything (almost!) you can think of will be available. (Subscribe to HalalTrip's YouTube channel to be the first to know about new Halal food restaurants and places!) Changi Airport in Singapore has three terminals with multiple, diverse dining options. Whether you wish to indulge in some fine dining as part of your first meal after disembarking in Singapore or just to satisfy those hunger pangs with some quick takeaway snacks; Changi Airport has it all. The increase of Halal awareness around the world has spawned an increase of Muslim-friendly restaurants at the Changi Airport, giving an opportunity for Muslim travelers in Changi Airport to eat freely. This list gives the top ten out of the many restaurants that have Halal food in Changi Airport, Singapore. Apart from the above, there are also the Halal Burger King, KFC, McDonalds and The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. The above list describes those restaurants that go above and beyond our expectations. Do not let it stop you from eating trying out these well known fast food or coffee outlets. Follow HalalTrip on: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HalalTrip/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/HalalTrip Contact HalalTrip: info@halaltrip.com Website: https://www.halaltrip.com 1003 Bukit Merah Central #07-14 Singapore 159836, Singapore +65 9729 4638

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