A while back, Kaishi and I had the opportunity to experience the Moet and Chandon champagne flight on board the Singapore Flyer. I won’t be elaborating on the flight here, but rather, will focus on our dinner instead!
We started our evening dining at the Singapore Food Trail, a dining area specially set up and decorated to the olden days theme on the grounds of the Singapore Flyer. There’s indeed a wide range of speciality food you can find there – ranging from the famous Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh to the famous Boon Tat Street Barbeque Seafood.
We decided not to eat too much as we didn’t want to feel sleepy during the flight – so we ordered a plate of Satay Bee Hoon and a set of Bak Kut Teh. Kaishi had the Satay Bee Hoon, which she said was not too bad, but the Bak Kut Teh I had was a little too mild in the taste of the soup. The meat was tender though. But the soup was not up to standard. Not spicy enough means not nice, right? Might as well go drink plain soup from some economical rice stall. :P
If you’re craving for a plate or two of local food, do head down to the Singapore Flyer’s Food Trail and give yourself a real treat!
Up next: Singapore Flyer’s Moët and Chandon champagne flight! Stay tuned! :)