11 November 2013

Satay


In 2011, a survey reflected that Singaporeans prefer Satay as the communion food for Singles day celebration.

This special day is especially meaningful to me as I am the first to revere this occasion in Singapore. I planned a High Tea at Suntec on 11 November 2007, about 50 singles attended. We even invited a drum band to add energetic vibes to the party.

Although we just lose our Singlehood, my hubby and I wanted Satay for supper to commemorate Singles Day. We drove aimlessly in Geylang and found Satay in a very crowded yet unassuming Kopitiam.

Kwong Satay

Well-featured and recognized


Address:
Sin Lian Eating House, 549 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389504
(Junction of Lorong 29 Geylang, below Hotel Yew Lian)
Opening hours: 5pm - 10pm. Closed on Wednesday.



Satay sauce with visible peanut bits


Recommends:
1. Chicken Satay – XL chunks of tender juicy meat!

2. Pork Satay – Charcoal grilled. Soft and juciy. Similar to the Chicken Satay.

Ambience: 5 out of 10

Cleanliness: 7 out of 10



Celebrating 11.11


Remarks:
My hubby likes the Mutton Satay but I find a little tough.
This coffee shop also housed the famous Hokkien Mee, so be prepared to wait a while for seats. Road side parking available.

5 November 2013

Wedding


Wedding Banquet- Photos captured on 5 Oct 2013


Make-up




Preparing for 酸甜苦辣


Hair-combing ceremony + prayers of blessings



Wedding Shoes



Veiled by my beloved parents


Bribery Ang Bao for gate-crashing


Gate-crashing level 1 - Belly Dancing


 Gate-crashing item 2 - 酸甜苦辣



Yew!



Mum and I anticipating



 Gate-crashing item 3



Listing down 10 reasons why he loves Lydia



Passed the 3 gantries!



Kiss of victory!


Throwing fan ceremony as we take off



Photos taken at Clarke Quay by the photographer we engaged - Steven of Destined Moments


Jolly-dancing



Running into the fountain of bliss


Wedding bouquet



View from the penthouse



A special occasion that we celebrate with our dearest friends and relatives



Entrance to the best Chinese wedding banquet restaurant in Singapore



Traditional Chinese wedding banquet setting



One of the folks who saw hubby grew up

Before the first walk-in

As the music starts...





Feeding time


Champagne overflowing



交杯酒


Speeches of appreciation to our parents, guests, siblings, friends and Jesus!
My gowns by local designer Paulson.