Monday, November 17, 2008

Food Hunt @ The Food Safari



Saw these interesting food at the Food Safari yesterday!

1. Deep Fried Durian


2. Pan Fried Spicy Tibetan Chicken Momos


3. 'Pu Tien' Chi Fun


4. Puto Pao


5. Putu Bamboo



Are you hungry now? ;p


17 comments:

Napaboaniya said...

I like Putu Bamboo :P
Lots of food!!

My WSS here.

Yen said...

Not really hungry..lol But I'd try that puto pao :D

Melissa said...

Yes i'm pretty hungry now that i've seen your photo's, i think i can hear my stomach ramblling...LOL...

FickleMinded said...

I know Puto pao, I think it's also available in the Philippines and the Puto bamboo, I don't know if it's the same with what we call Puto bumbong. great photos and thanks for stopping by.
WS#9:Faces At The Mountain

My Precious Niche said...

Wow! Love those puto pao! They look so yummy! :)

tigerfish said...

What is Puto Pao? Sound like some kind of grape bun...LOL!

Picturing of Life said...

yes...i am hungry :D

My WS entry this week : in HERE and HERE. Hope you have time to visit . Thanks

Little Inbox said...

Oh, lots of street food can be found there.

Kero said...

yummy! hubby and i are big fan of puto pao. Happy Monday! my WS entry is here http://kcelebration.blogspot.com/search/label/weekend%20snapshot

Darkspore said...

The Pu Tien, Puto and Putu all look yummy! :-D

Food For Tots said...

What is "Chi Fun"? The puto pao looks so delicious. Guess you must have a very GREAT time. ;)

Jeanne said...

yes i'm hungry now, even i have already got my dinner :)

Dora said...

napaboaniya: It looks like the Kueh Tu Tu hor? ;)

yen & my precious niche: Gathering from the feedback of most of u, it seems like Puto Pao is the most appetizing one! Here're the recipe and demo for preparing it. :)

melissa & picturing of life: Ha ha!

fickleminded: Not sure whether ur Puto Bumbong is the same as the Putu Bamboo. Both are new to me. Based on the info gathered from website, the Puto Bumbong is a traditional Filipino X'mas specialty food which is purple-coloured and cooked in bamboo tubes, like the Putu Bamboo.

tigerfish: If Puto Pao is prepared by Teochew people, then maybe it is a grape bun. ;p

little inbox: Yes, i am very satisfied with the variety of food available at the Food Safari.

kero: Oh. So u have tried before. Most of us here are new to it. ;)

darkspore: Yes! Hope u're not salivating. :p

food for tots: No idea what is Chi Fun. Looks like vermicelli. Found this Pu Tien restaurant which sells Chi Fun.

jeanne: Oops...sorry to make u hungry after ur dinner. ;p

Shinade said...

Hi Dora,
Yes you have made me hungry. I am so sorry on being so late in making my rounds but I haven't felt well for the last couple of days.

These are all fabulous shots and I would love to go shopping there!!

Happy week:-)))

Dora said...

No problem! Hope u're feeling ok now. Take care. ;)

onangelwings said...

Yummy..Love all those food photos. I wasn't hungry but.....

Dora said...

.....u were salivating right? ;p