Loh Esther, Singapore
- Visual artist. Pseudo cook. Undercover
Glutton. Film. Tea. Food. Quiet moments.
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Here’s my first post with the funky WordPress app. Not sure how the featured image works. But never mind I figured how to upload a picture.
Featuring first art piece on sketches, born of procrastination.
Amalgamation of Chinese mountains, their fore mid and back grounds all together with a sun set and a water fall. Looks pretty much like mush.
Yesterday we went for JB for an improv supper hop. First up, duck soup and chicken wings – the wings nailed it, it’s the kind where the skin is roast crisp and crackly while the meat still tender. Lime and chilli, we’re set.
We then went on to the the famed abalone noodles where the kway tiao is 3d compared to the ones you find in Singapore. I say, the kway tiao is real magical and sort of overshadowed the abalone soup for me. You can try the jelly lime drink, but the flavors altogether kind of raged on my tongue. I don’t even know what to think my brain can’t process the info tongue is yabbering about.
Well then not to mention, lok lok being the last stop. It was not quite the usual lok lok. Quote “grandmother of lokloks.” And my was it the grandmother. The selection was not the kind where you choose from the vehicle itself. It’s lok lok buffet okay, it was a freaken garden of lok lok skewers.
Now that I’m home I really hope I get some readings done!