We distracted ourselves at Muji, before brunching on chee cheong fun (no picture) at the Jade Garden.
From there we headed on over to Real Food Cafe, which looks like a seriously delicious vegetarian cafe and I'm sorry we didn't get to eat there. I'm not sorry that we got to try the Brownice icecream, though, which was tasty and melted all over my hands. Since there was three of us, we picked three flavours: peppermint chocolate, peanut butter caramel, and the plain chocolate. It was all good. It's ice cream made from brown rice!
Next up was Hainan chicken rice at Pine Tree Cafe in the Fortune Centre. The Fortune Centre is so amazing, I can't believe I've spent so much time in Singapore and never been there. It's a shopping complex almost entirely filled with vegetarian restaurants and shops! So good.
This chicken rice was awesome. I know I spoke highly of the chicken rice I ate at Madame K's only a week later, but this was perfect. Nice little soup, sauce drizzled over the top, Singaporean and just the way I like it.
We followed this up with a visit to the Mustafa Centre (open 24 hours) and then a dosai at the Syed Alwi branch of Ananda Bhavan. This was my first dosai in about six months and I was very happy to be putting this in my mouth. Ananda Bhavan is a fast service place, a little self-service.
There was supposed to be a burger visit, too, but in my paranoia to get on my plan we gave it a miss and went early to the airport.
Go to Singapore! It's pretty great. As are Em and Ger.
Real Food Cafe
6 Eu Tong Sen Street,
#B1-52/53, The Central
Pine Tree Cafe
190 Middle Road
Syed Alwi Road
opposite Mustafa Centre