Da Dong Restaurant @ Chinatown, Singapore

I missed my first Europe trip.
But I still traveled.
I traveled half the globe to Singapore, to see my dear parents.
It was all worth it.
Glad they are doing well now 🙂
And I’m welcomed with all the love I longed for.
Not to forget as well….
the long missed food!!

Dad is on an array of medications. From immunosuppresants to multiple vitamins and antibiotics, he’s bored rigid and as an upshot from this major surgery, he lost a whooping 10kg. Proteins and energy from meat, vitamins from veges are what he needed to replenish his defeated appetite. Since he is getting on better, we headed to the Chinatown in Singapore.
Da Dong Restaurant was dad’s pick. Went for some simple food. It was all warm and cherished as the hindrance and difficulty that we were all worrying about was disentangle. Happily sitting and having dinner together with mom and dad was a true bliss, I felt.

Winter Melon with Spare Ribs Soup

Sweet and Sour Spare Ribs

Braised Mushroom with Bean Curd

Stir fry Sang Yu with Ginger and Chives

Vegetable (Kan Choi) with kei chi

Do check out this place if you are to drop by Chinatown. Enjoyed every dish. Very flavoursome. My personal recommendation would be the bean curd and the soup. Truly mouth watering!
You could also check out a little store nestled just opposite the restaurant, known as the Wuerstelstand selling sausages.

Cheese Sausages with mustard and ketchup for $3.50.

More updates on Singapore food coming soon!

~Non-Halal~
Da Dong Restaurant Pte Ltd
(by Fatty Weng)
39, Smith Street,
Singapore 058952
Website: http://www.fattyweng.com
Tel: +65 6221 3822

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13 Comment

  1. Precious Pea says: Reply

    I hope your dad is in best of health now. Back to Scotland oledi?

  2. Nic (KHKL) says: Reply

    glad to know that everything’s going well for you! ;D will check out this place when i’m in chinatown! 😀

  3. kampungboycitygal says: Reply

    yeah do realize tat ur dad lose weight..anyway all the best to chris n u ya ..muakz

  4. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    Precious Pea~
    thx 🙂
    I’m going back tonite! ;P
    Another new semester starting soon.

    Nic~
    Do drop by when u r around ^^
    and thx for ur concern 🙂

    kampungboycitygal~
    can even tell from the pic rite? ;P
    Thx dear! muax 😉
    Let us know when u and Lex got ‘the new TOY’ 🙂

  5. mimid3vils says: Reply

    Glad to see your dad in good health now~~

  6. Christy says: Reply

    Glad to hear that your dad is getting better, don’t worry, Dr Christine, he will definitely be as fit as a fiddle soon!~
    I will pray for him:)

    And, this is an interesting place which I will not forget the next time I am in Singapore!;)
    Take care and have a safe flight yea~

  7. J2Kfm says: Reply

    when r u finishing your final sem?
    good luck. and speedy recovery to your beloved dad.

    the shot of the spare ribs had me drooling. hehe…

  8. Jackson says: Reply

    hey… send regards to yr dad.

  9. wmw says: Reply

    Bet it was great for you to make this trip and see the family! Safe journey back!

  10. Big Boys Oven says: Reply

    great to see your dad doing fine and recovering well. Take care !

  11. Simon Seow says: Reply

    Hmm..why I didn’t saw the sausage stall when I went to China Town geh. Only opens at night?

  12. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    mimid3vils~
    thanks yea 🙂

    Christy~
    thanks gal! and do check out this place. Worth a try definitely.

    j2kfm~
    thanx! I will be finishing my last sem on June next year 🙂 Still some time to go.. haha ^^

    jackson~
    yea. I will. Thanks a lot!

    wmw~
    yea… it was all worth it. And I’m missin home AGAIN ;P haha.

    big boys oven~
    thanx ya.
    U guys take care too!

    Simon~
    I’m not sure if they are only open at night. But U’ll definitely spot this stall. hehe… lotsa ppl around. ^^

  13. Cathey says: Reply

    Happy to see that you’re so much attached to your parents. Family means a lot to me too. Enjoy life and food!

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