Friday, September 13, 2013


Since so many of you have been talking about this already: Yes, I, Boring Finance Person in Office, really had a food blog.

If you really do Google for it:

As you can see, I haven't updated properly for about 2 years, so, sorry to disappoint you....
Anyway, move along now - Nothing to see here :)

If you need Malaysian food referrals there are links to my friends' awesome blogs at the lower right side of the blog. Or just ask me in office :)

J the Chocoholic

Yes, I realise this is what Singaporeans can call a "bohliao" post, but I was stressed, and you guys made me reminisce over my now lapsed blog life so I took 5 minutes to post this up.

Monday, June 24, 2013


La la la ....

Wicked heart,
Wanting heart,
Always asking,
Always wishing.

Forever longing for something out of reach.
Why can't you learn what Life is trying to teach?:
Sh*t happens for no reason, so, accept your fate,
Try to bend, or you will just break.

PS/ Nothing to do with food? Sorry. :)

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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Magical Marlin :)

*sings* Hello. Is it me you're looking for? ....

Update: Still stuck on this little red dot.

You know what people usually say about Singaporean food being so much worse than Malaysian food?

*clears throat*

For the record, IMHO, that's NOT true at all.
(I swear I have not been brainwashed after these few months here *LOL*)

To be fair, as with any other country, if you don't know where to look, you will end up assaulting your taste buds with substandard food that is entirely not worth the calories... and since the street food is much healthier in Singapore (less oil, salt, MSG, etc) of course there isn't that extra "oomph".

BUT what I've found is that the restaurant food here is generally a lot better - particularly, more consistent in quality, although it can come with a price... (OUCH)

For example, here (pic above) is my current favourite from a little Japanese restaurant in the Chjimes/ City Hall area: Marlin tataki with Ponzu sauce...
(Seasonal pricing, I think I paid about $5++ per slice? Will double check next round)
(Anyway, although it doesn't seem like it's that expensive, it quickly adds up - I think my friends and I blew almost $170 per person that night on food and sake)

It was my first time trying something as exotic (to me) as marlin... and it's hard for me to describe it (I'm getting rusty!), but I'll try:
The fish was wonderfully tender and sweet inside, yet with a strangely(?) firm bite, accentuated by the citrus-y yet salty (umami) sauce.
(Super yummy - can't wait till I go back for more)

Ok, so this wasn't a real post/ restaurant review *blush*.... More like just a sign of life, I guess...

Really miss blogging properly - I really have to get back to it soon. Till then...

J the chocoholic

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