Sunday, June 15, 2008

Indian Food @ NUS Engineering Canteen

Last day in Darwin now. Wondering what we have eaten and visited in Darwin? Cannot post in this blog lah. We are eating outside Singapore, so does not fit into the Singapura Daily Makan blog.

If you are wondering, we got here by Jetstar. Bought our tickets long long ago when we saw their promo prices. We will be back to regular daily postings tomorrow!

Thanks for bearing with our auto scheduled posting since 7th of June.


Many people who visits this blog has commented that I eat expensive food everyday. Actually, no. This is more like what we eat daily.

Colleagues and I are fortunate to be accessible to cheaper $2 - $3 meals that is being sold in the canteens of NUS and the surrounding.

We like the food from the Indian stall at Engineering Canteen. I love brinjals ;-)

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FoodieGymmie said...

the engin canteen food! yummy right keropok man? :)

evening time, they make a lot of fresh pratas, and they taste as good as / even better than those outside!

Keropok Man said...

ya! :-)

Nic (KHKL) said...

i always order 2 thosais and 3 types of vegetables from this stall...tasty and affordable. oh, wont put me to sleep in the lectures as well..haha!

Kenny Mah // Life for Beginners said...

Brinjals are lovely but they have this terrible habit of sucking up all the oil and fats they can get at. No stopping them!

Maybe that's why they taste so good? Cos of all them lovely flavours in the oils and fats? Yummy.

P.S. I guess if I ever drop by the Lion City, you and Nic are gonna take me to all the canteens in the area, huh? Be a nice change from dining in them shopping malls, honestly, haha.

P.P.S. Maybe you can include them Darwin posts too, as in "A Singaporean Down Under" series?

teckiee said...

ahhh u are not in SG? there for the weekend. wanted to see if we could meet up
....ah well.. some other time i guess

Camemberu said...

Hurrah, you have managed to continue posting Singapore food daily even though you are out of the country!

Actually I wish I had some nice, cheap and good canteen food around my place. Envyness looking at your photos of the simple but delicious dishes.

Keropok Man said...

I think I got to taste their thosais since now you mention it.

That's why they are nice! Oil will lubricate our body! Good for the system. LOL

I will post the Darwin pictures in Facebook lah. There are more humans photo (rather than food photos for the first time). haha..

Ayam Bag! Came back last nite :-)

Haha.. I did! I was still posting them sitting in Changi Terminal 1 the other day. LOL... Luckily there was wifi there.

tigerfish said...

I'm not a fan of brinjals other than being cooked this way :D

Kenny Mah // Life for Beginners said...

Guess what? I was so "inspired" by this... I had minced pork and brinjals over hot steaming rice for lunch today! Yums!!

P.S. Will watch our for the Darwin pics on FB.

Keropok Man said...

i am sure there are other ways you can make it too! you cook delicious food!

wow, a simple one photo post can inspire? hehe..

mama bok said...

So where are you posting about your trip .. to Darwin..??

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