We had dinner at Porn’s at Junction 10 last Saturday. Porn’s is founded by Pornsak, the Mediacorp TV host, hence the titillating name. The food was better than we expected! We started with prawn cakes and pandan leaf chicken. The chicken was tender and juicy and that’s saying a lot because I don’t like chicken. I wasn’t wowed by the tom yum talay but it was decent. The green curry was good.
The orange curry took all of us by surprise. It was super spicy, even for Debs who eats chili padi for fun. It was quite shiok drinking it! Anya seemed to enjoy the olive fried rice and Adrian, who eats pad thai whenever he goes to a Thai restaurant, thought the pad thai was very good. The desserts rounded off the meal nicely. Overall, it was a pleasant dining experience.
pandan leaf chicken
tom yum talay
olive fried rice
mango with sticky rice and tub tim krob
Food for Thought at Botanic Gardens is a kid-friendly eatery that I’m very fond of. The playground is mostly shaded and suitable even for 2-year-old kids. There’s also crayons and paper for kids to colour on.
The food there is simple, wholesome and relatively affordable. The all-day breakfast menu that is available till 5pm is a definite plus. I like that it has pomme noisette on its menu and I find the mee rebus very yummy.
Last Saturday, we had breakfast with the cousins at Food for Thought at Botanic Gardens. The weather was great and we managed to snag a table outdoors so we could eat and watch the kids play at the same time. We had such a good time that we stayed there for about 3 hours!
Food for Thought
5 simple rules for life
sausage, eggs and bacon
the Wees, Quahs and Nairs
Debs and Spink
Ellery, Heather and Asher
Anya the pirate