Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Pretty Custom Design Cookies by Patty's Cookies - suited for Wedding Favor, Party, Birthday, Valentine, CNY, Hari Raya, etc

Miserable Hotel favors that seems unappreciative from the wedding couple. Upgrading the gift = add unreasonable amount of money!

Been following Patty's Cookies Page on facebook <Click Here to View her facebook page> for a while and after planning out our wedding & there is a portion of the budget available. We've decided to take her as our gift vendor. ^_^ Her experience is within Malaysia, and also world wide from my knowledge of following her facebook page on & off she been shipping to Hong Kong & Singapore. With the way she package up the precious cookies so far mine do not have any damage cookies~

Patty's Cookies are so so so irresistible to keep it forever, beautifully done, too pretty to be eaten that she is on my list of getting her to bake & design our wedding door gifts for JB Banquet.

Best part is Petty Chua (Patty's Cookies owner name) will design a cookie that suits you! Drop her an email

Photo Spam Time of our Wedding Cookie Designs!!!

This was my reaction when i receive the cookies... trying to find out how many designs are there!

You would like to consider her as your vendor for parties, Cookie design Cake, corporate event cookies, any events there will be a design suited for the mood.

Click here for our blog page Road to Aisle for more of our wedding research & tips. Hope this list will help out in wedding & any party plannings of yours~

Sunday, March 10, 2013

KL-style Hokkien Mee at Big Eater Restaurant, Upper Changi

It's gotta be pretty confusing for a foreigner eating certain foods in Malaysia / Singapore - for example the ubiquitous Hokkien Mee. Up North in Penang, Hokkien Mee is Prawn Noodle Soup. Down South in Singapore, it's a wet-fried yellow-noodled variety. And in KL, Hokkien Mee is 1cm thick noodles with what seems like a bottle of black sauce in each serving.

Big Eater Restaurant in Upper Changi serves up the KL variety down South in Singapore, and I have to say it's pretty good. The noodles are perhaps a tad bit on the soft side (I prefer it a little firmer), but there's good flavor in the sauce (and not to mention a liberal helping of fried pork fat).

Sambal Fried Rice is decent, with a nice wok hei.

We also have some Crispy Roll - prawns mixed with turnip and deep fried; goes well with mayonnaise.

I also pretty liked the steamed chicken, which is one of the dishes which I feel that Singapore generally does much better than Malaysia. Smooth skin smooth juicy meat and a nice (if a tad bit salty) sauce.

For the mandatory vegetable, we order bitter gourd and eggs. Can't comment on it though as I don't eat bitter gourd.

For about SGD12 per person, the food turns out to be pretty good value for money, and it's certainly worth the trip if you live or work around the area. Big Eater Restaurant is at 34 Jalan Pari Burong, Picardy Gardens. Non Halal.