In addition to my last Changi post, here’s more food and interesting stuff we found along our way.
Changi Village Hawker Centre for a quick snack
International Muslim Food Stall nasi lemak (coconut milk rice) 7/10
Indian Rojak few stalls away from International Muslim Food Stall. 8.5/10
Million Stars Goreng Pisang (deep fried banana) – photos in order of description Kueh kodok or Jemput pisang (mashed banana fritters) 7/10; goreng pisang 8/10; sweet potato 7/10; tapioca 8/10; yam 8/10.
Changi Point Coastal Walk findings
Melinjo or Belinjo nut or gnetum gnemon used for the famous Indonesian crackers emping belinjo
Beautiful lalang (imperata cylindrica) in brownish and purplish hues. See the grasshopper resting on one?
Attap chee or nipah palm or palm fruit (nypa fruticans)
Credit of next photo – thestar.com.my
Mini oysters growing on the rock
Berthing/ mooring lines
Little crabs which may not be edible
Belly View Cafe @ NSRCC (National Service Resort & Country Club)
Very good ambience and sea view, hear the waves and the planes fly by while dining. We were there for less than an hour and 5 planes flew past for landing in Changi Airport. The cafe maybe called belly view as diners can view the bellies of planes while having their meals?? Food at this restaurant was average. The meal cost us approximately $110 for 6 of us including 5 servings of rice and 4 servings of lime juice.
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Medium sambal kangkong 7.5/10
Spring onion & ginger beef 6.5/10
Hot plate tofu 6.5/10
Oyster omelette 7/10
Salt & pepper roast chicken 6.5/10
Seafood hor fun 7/10
And we’d like to end with a sunset shot. Have a good week everyone!
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