Lunch

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buds
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Lunch

Post by buds » Mon May 04, 2009 12:54 pm

It's a lazy Monday for me today..
Don't feel like cooking.. :P

Wondering what you guys are
having for lunch...

I feel like having some cockles
kuay teow at Banquet Causeway
Point. Quite yummy...

Chicken Rice sets at Vivo City's
Chicken Rice Shop is scrummy too!

Or the Chicken Noodles @ Green
Ridge (Jelapang), where i can add
the sambal as much as i like! I like
things fuming spicy! :evil:

For dessert, mebbe some Mango Ice..
@ Kopitiam or Food Junction.
Slurgghhp!

Gawd, i'm hungry just thinking about them. :P

Share what you're having for lunch.
Willing to travel for good food! :wink:

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Post by RRMummy » Mon May 04, 2009 1:13 pm

envy u ah... i only had my cold economic noodles with fishcake... :cry:

Tapau until sian... dunno what to eat leow...

So u decided what you and kiddies heading out to have?

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Too many choices!

Post by buds » Mon May 04, 2009 1:24 pm

Too many choices!

Still waiting for P2 to come back
then decide with majority vote..

Oh ya! Parents sharing lunch spots
do feel free to post up pictures! :wink:

More enticing!

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Post by westmom » Mon May 04, 2009 6:09 pm

buds...u are from the west right? Why not post good finds (food of course) in the west amd recipes too!

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Post by smurf » Mon May 04, 2009 6:49 pm

I also running out of idea cooking lunch for boy. usually, just tabao, or eat whatever leftover in fridge. or just throw meat, veg and noodle to boil, scoop up and put some sauce! hahha. taste still ok lah, but of course, not as nice as tabao lah, but no MSG lor. :wink:


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Today's Lunch

Post by buds » Mon May 04, 2009 7:17 pm

I eventually went to Greenridge Shopping Centre.
They have a cosy Banquet nook there that served
me (today), by far one of the nicest and spicy-est
Chicken Noodle and topped with slurpy Dumpling
Soup with shreds of xiao bai chye. And i still cud
stomach a nice Mango Sunrise from next door
Kopitiam! Too full to eat dinner!

And there's a small table at the entrance of Greenridge
selling fantastic book bargains to end the perfect lunch!
I just had to buy a handful there! Will post the pictures up soon!

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Post by super_dad » Mon May 04, 2009 8:18 pm

Wah Buds.....I like your lunchtime!!

Hmm...never heard of this Greenridge place.

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Post by westmom » Tue May 05, 2009 12:28 pm

my current fav for family is Haato (tucked at at corner of Ridgewood Condo) where they serve fusion jap, ramen, spagetti, pizza, baked rice, lovely waffle, gelato etc in a cosy ambience. Prices reasonable too. Jurong Country club cafeteria (open to non members) is pleasing in the view - a good way to de-stress parents...

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Post by ZacK » Tue May 05, 2009 1:04 pm

westmom wrote:my current fav for family is Haato (tucked at at corner of Ridgewood Condo) where they serve fusion jap, ramen, spagetti, pizza, baked rice, lovely waffle, gelato etc in a cosy ambience. Prices reasonable too. Jurong Country club cafeteria (open to non members) is pleasing in the view - a good way to de-stress parents...


Hey gives me an idea on where to have lunch on Sundays when DS1 goes for his class at Pandan Valley :D

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Post by westmom » Tue May 05, 2009 5:47 pm

If you drive, park at the side gate (along road) and just walk up..to Haato. Let me know your verdict! I go there when my DD takes lessons in pandan valley too...

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