Fresh Grated Coconut -Yes,we can buy fresh coconut here.It is fresh and tastes better than the packets we buy from Super Markets.Pol Sambola (a chutney with fresh coconut) is one of the favourites at our home.
I thought of sharing this photo of the machine which they use to grate coconut.Anyway,I couldn’t capture it correctly as the place was bit crowded! 🙂
We had some food from Komala Vilas,the outlet at Buffalo Street.However I like the taste of food at their outlet at Serangoon Road.Though we visited that place,we couldn’t find a place to sit.So,had to come back to the outlet at Buffalo Road!
This time I tried a plate of Puri.The taste was good,specially the curries they served with Puri.
My husband ordered his all time favourite,Plain Dosei.This is similar to Sri lankanThose,but larger and crispier than Sri Lankan version.
665 Buffalo Rd,
Hope you enjoyed this post.Would love to hear your ideas on wet markets or farmers markets!Please share them below as a comment.
wow ,lovely to see lots of fresh veggies ,nice clicks.
very beautiful clicks….
Wow! Never been to that part of the world.. Thanks for sharing Amila 🙂
i heard about this market through my sister…lovely to see a little India
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A nice write up with beautiful clicks…..The world is smaller where we could c many things identical rite?:)
a great place to hang around during the weekends.
Looks amazing, I love food markets and trying different things. I had a curry like the last picture in Malaysia, so delicious.
Lyndsay | Fizzy Peaches
Wow!!! Even when I see ‘Little India’ market here in Melbourne, I go crazy 🙂
I think its about the same. What is and what you get in Singapore is the same as in Malaysia. While I used to follow my mum to market when I was younger, now I mostly shop in hypermarkets.
Looks so pretty! Love all the pictures!
Thanks for linkup today! Had so much fun co-hosting and getting to know new bloggers!
Hi Amila. Thank you for linking up this beautiful & interesting post, I appreciate you! The pictures are just beautiful!
Wow, great clicks of a lovely area.. Wish I had something of a similar sort here 😀
Hi, could u pl help me out to search for a lost friend in Singapore. I last met her in 1996 and at that time she was running “Srilankan Food Stall” at Little India along wither her family. Last I heard from her was on 12.04.1997 when she was returning from New Delhi to Singapore. She called me up but unfortunately I wasn’t at home. since then have been twice to Singapore but could not locate her due to further beautiful changes in singapore. She is a sweet girl (a lady by now) and has a little problem in her leg while walking. She used to call me “Kyasu”. I would be thankful if u could pl assist to search for a lost friend ! Pl share / pass on the message to such further friends/people living in Singapore. my email id “email@example.com”. Thank you all with a positive hope.
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