Pregnancy Cravings #3: Changi Village Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak 

Since 2 weeks ago, I developed strong cravings for food at specific stall or shop. The idea just popped into my head and I would plan for it. Sunday brunch, Bret took us to Changi village. He was good to queue for the famous Nasi Lemak.

As usual, we saw a queue during peak hour but he didn’t have to wait to long like before. He told me the server was pretty fast. Looking at the Nasi Lemak in front of me, my eyes were gleaming with happiness.

Haven’t had Nasi Lemak for the longest time and oh baby in tummy, thanks for the inspiration!

My last impression was yummy crispy chicken wing and still is! Love the every grain of rice scented with fragrance of coconut milk, texture was brilliant.

In my mind, “You don’t have to spend a fortune to enjoy delicious food.”

Bret and Leia enjoyed the tasty nasi lemak too. These days everything on my table is tasty. Thankful 🙂

A Spoonful of Sugar

Bret asked, “What would you like to have for Mother’s Day?” In that instance,白沙海鲜’s stir-fry lala surfaced in my mind. So in the evening, we went to the unexpected jam-packed Changi Village to have my lala. Slurp!

After dinner, we strolled along the “Brand New” Happening Changi Village. There was a Live Band just next to the Food Centre! Also, plenty of new cafes popped up so Bret and I decided to see-see look-look.

Had wanted to try Bunny & Pony but indoor was packed & Bret cannot comprehend the idea of having smoking tables at outdoor area. Certainly, no-no for kids so we walked back & found a lovely cafe, A Spoonful of Sugar.


Sincere customer service & thumbs up for the decor from ceiling to walls.


After ordering our desired ice cream flavour, Leia called out, “I want to sit next to the rainbow!” I was like “What rainbow?”


Leia requested Strawberry Sundae & Bret preferred hers to my scoop of Butterscotch. He had a hard time getting her to share. I managed to capture their expressions when Bret took a spoonful of strawberry sundae from her cup. Leia declared, “Papa, No sharing.”


My take on the ice cream, creamy texture and not too sweet. Flavour wise, it was alright. Being a gelato fan, 320 Below is still my favourite place for ice cream.

Of late, its becoming a routine for us to have ice cream after dinner. Happiness over calories.

A Spoonful of Sugar

Blk 4 Changi Village Road
#01-2072 Singapore
Tel: 6542 4244
Closed on Monday

Chock Full of Bean with Volleyball Mates

Last Sunday afternoon, I had late brunch with my dearest volleyball mates at Changi Village.

Huiting wanted to order the 3D Art Latte. We were told every table can only have a maximum two 3d art coffee.

Here is my Fortune Cat 招财猫 Ice Latte


And Huiting’s very Cute Bear


We ordered breakfast as well and agreed we had better egg benedict elsewhere.

Previously, I ordered hot coffee and if I were to return again, Iced Coffee will be my choice.

Hanging out with my single friends made me feel “single” for couple of hours. There was no mention of husbands, in-laws, work or children. This time, we shared our latest food discovery at interesting cafes and restaurants. Just thinking of the food brought joy to our table of three.

We will be back again for korean bbq at Changi Village.

Changi Village: Bai Sha Seafood

Thursday dinner was seafood at Changi Village Food Centre, Bai Sha Seafood Stall. My parents patronised the chef whom they called “Yan Dao Kia” (handsome) since I was a kid. Now that I have grown up and working, it’s my turn to treat them. After the recent renovation, the stall has moved to another side and glad I found it.

Ordered seafood … yummy
Its the one and only stir-fry lala I love in Sg. Not sambal but the unforgettable sauce coming from the sweetness of lala & garlic. Great to go with rice.

Gong Gong… is something Bret will never try. So I only get to eat with my parents or friends.

Sotong… I prefer Sambal version but still nice.

My dad ate three bowls of rice! Its unusual because the dishes were all his favourites.

Motivated to experiment the lala dish at home.

Changi Fried Banana

Changi Village, one of my favourite hawker in the east.

Not a fan of the famous nasi lemak stall with long queue though.

Last week during lunch, I was nearby changi so my empty stomach led me to the hawker.. for some yummy Goreng Pisang (Fried Banana) I deemed Best I’ve tried so far! 

The uncle reccomend I try his speciality!

3-in-1 Pisang

Happily went home and was deliciously surprised by the 3 yummy fillings.

Yam + “Tian Gao” + Sweet Potato.. Together with the light & cripsy Batter!

Thumbs up!