Four Seasons Chinese Resto

Brace yourself duck lovers! The Famous Four Seasons roasted duck that your friends bragged about when they are in London, now you too can enjoy  just an MRT ride away. Located in Capitol Piazza opposite the City Hall MRT, We visited the restaurant for weekend lunch. The place looks fancy, the kind of restaurant you go to for special occasions. But most  of the patrons at that time very casuals like us.

Ok, so my darling husband doesn’t eat duck. Yes, we went to this famous duck restaurant but did not  order any. Are you kidding? Chill, I had them for take away, so I can enjoy every bites for myself only LOL!


we ordered 5 dishes from their menu. As appetiser  we chose Prawn Sesame toast. Crunchy   toast but somehow there’s something taste funny for my palate maybe it’s the prawn. but my boy loved them.


Spicy Fried tofu and Stir fry green beans came after the appetiser. We love how they tasted, Not too spicy for the tofu and both of the dishes have a good crunch. ( oh my we love the crunch)



And the good stuff always came last. Honey glazed  pork ribs and roasted pork belly. The ribs are tender with perfect sweetness and the roasted belly came in thick slices and they serve it with mustard sauce. For us they are heavenly good.



One thing that I can’t seems to get enough is their chilli sambal, they are soooo good! not that kind of sambal that looks fiery but taste mild. This one is fiery for sure!  I wonder if the sell it at the restaurant, would love to buy a jar 🙂


Skinny Tuna Pasta

I always refer to pasta for simple dish. They are always easy to make with no hassle. My boys never refuse any kind of pasta meals, so yes I cook them frequently especially when I don’t have idea what to serve for lunch or dinner.

Actually this recipe  was spontaneous,  I just throw everything I had in the fridge and cupboard. Thank God it turned out Ok and no one got sick LOL



  • 400 grams penne pasta
  • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 1 canned tuna
  • 2 tbs olive oil
  • Salt & pepper to taste
  • 1/2 lemon
  • Cilantro/Coriander

How to

  • Boil the pasta according to packaging directions. And drain the pasta
  • On heated pan, add oil and garlic. Cook them on medium heat until fragrant
  • Add canned tuna into the pan cook for 1-2 minutes. Add the boiled pasta, give them a toss. Give salt and pepper to taste and Squeezed lemon juice. Give a toss again.
  • Add coriander and toss to combine


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