I had a very productive day working on the thesis at uni today and have decided to celebrate by blogging this evening – wooohoo! VR is cooking dinner and it should be ready soon – wooohoo!
On Wednesday evening Jac and I went out to dinner at Spencer Village. We’ve been just so busy lately and haven’t had a chance to go there in what seems like aaaaaages. We decided to have a selection of our favourites from Fook Kee. I’ve posted photos of these dishes before, so they may look very familiar!
Steamed pork dumplings (siew mai) are a must for Jac. She absolutely loves these little porky goodies.
Jac also loves the popiah. I usually just have one piece (each popiah is sliced into three pieces) and leave her to demolish the rest.
I would’ve ordered my favourite of chee cheong fun, but they didn’t have any, so I got the next best thing, yong tow foo. Next time I’ll take a photo that shows you the different fish balls and stuffed tofu that are under the tofu skins (and there will definitely be a next time, in fact many, many next times!)
Here’s the chilli sauce we dipped our goodies into. It’s gingery and garlicky and really tasty. Sometimes it’s got quite a bite to it too.
I was craving glutinous chicken rice (loh mai kai), so I had one all to myself (Jac was filling up fast on those pork dumplings! I had two dumplings and she had the rest – and I shared the yong tow foo with her).
I also bought a serve of char tow kway takeaway to have at uni for my lunch the next day. Mmmm, it was fantastic. I could’ve easily eaten two serves in the one sitting!
More coming up!