Posts Tagged ‘Tacos’

Lower East Side Taqueria

Lower East Side Taqueria (4)

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It has been a while since we last visited the Katong area so we decided to walk around to find somewhere interesting to dine for lunch. Quite a number of interesting eateries have sprouted up in the Katong area, so if you’re game for something new, you can just walk along East Coast Road and pick something you like. Many of the new restaurants have funky decor or funky names like Rabbit Carrot Gun!

Lower East Side Taqueria (3)

When we went past Lower East Side Taqueria, we just could not resist dining here. Lower East Side is opened by the same people from Spathe. If you recall, this place used to be occupied by the restaurant Kashmir. Love the bright bold colours which instantly makes you feel happy. And there’s definitely no lack of chairs I can tell, they can just pluck some from the ceiling if they’re running low. It’s a non-air-conditioned restaurant btw.

Lower East Side Taqueria - Elote aka Grilled Sweet Corn, Paprika, Garlic Butter $6 (6)

Elote – Grilled Sweet Corn, Paprika, Garlic Butter $6

Lower East Side Taqueria specialises in Mexican cuisine, so you can find Tacos, Burritos and Quesadillas here. I really couldn’t resist ordering this corn on the cob. I always prefer to order corn nibblets so that I can shovel the good stuff into my mouth without having to slowly nibble my way through. But still, the taste was worth the effort because the corn had this amazing buttery and grilled flavour it was just mouth watering!

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Stewords Riverboat Santa Fe Tex-Mex Grill

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Stewords Riverboat (14)

This has got to be one of my more unique media tasting locations, how many times does one get to dine on-board a boat? It was fun looking through all my pictures again and I wish I was amongst the sea breeze and blue-skies again!

Stewords Riverboat (13)

My food blogger turned bimbo beauty blogger pose for a second before we boarded the ship!

Stewords Riverboat - Chicken Beef Fajitas Half-Pound $27 (2)

Chicken Beef Fajitas Half-Pound $27

Have you tried Tex-Mex food in Singapore? Apparently it’s not all that common here according to our host for the evening, Daryl Saw, the Business Development Manager and also son of the owner of Santa Fe and Stewords Riverboat. Santa Fe was amongst the 1st to introduce Tex-Mex cuisine in Singapore when they first established in 1999. I tried to throw up a couple of names such as Chili’s and Planet Hollywood, where I recall I had Fajitas and quesadillas. It seems those are not really authentic “Texan Mexican”, as “Tex-Mex” isn’t as spicy. Ah well, I’m really not an expert in the area of Mexican cuisine or Texan cuisine and their variations so I will just leave it as that.

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Happy Valentine’s Day

Nothing spells love like handmade tacos from the Partner. Happy Valentine’s Day everyone!!

The Partner's Tacos

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