HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR//新年快乐
Just got back from a day of shopping at factory outlets for CNY goodies and lots of fooooddddd.
I know there’s tons of foodies out there and EVERYTHING is getting ridiculously expensive for the festive period.
My condo’s cleaning auntie paid like $80 for fish at the market?!?!?!
Come, let me the budget barbie (*coughs* auntie) show you all the places to get your CNY foods and not go broke!
You can actually get them all year round but people are just willing to pay premium prices for them during CNY.
I guess they do add to the festive mood, in a way.
(& that humans find it a tradition to eat it in CNY?)
THE GOOD NEWS
Fragrance Foodstuff is having factory sales for CNY!
1) Prawn/fish crackers
2) Variety of seaweed snacks
3) Sandwich sugar candies! (my favvvvvv)
Some other gems that you can find are:
- Tiger Brand Soy Sauce factory (The soy sauces are cheaper and there’s also BKT packets and other kinds of seasonings!)
– Fassler Gourmet Singapore (Seafood)
Fassler Gourmet Singapore// The Salmon Factory in Woodlands
I don’t think so.
Satisfy all your seafood cravings/needs/wants here!
MUSSELS (HELP I LOVE MUSSELS MENTAI MUSSELS)
ALL THE SEAFOOD YOU WANT.
Below you’d find their address,
their opening hours each day
and even their website if you want to order party platters to spice up your party!
HURRY YOUR TIME TO CNY IS RUNNING OUTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
For the Easties/ Those willing to travel
What do the Easties have?
DEFU LANE IS HERE TO SAVE YOUR CNY
Are you a nutcase? HAHAHAHAH keedz.
I think nuts are a must-have because they are the best alcohol accompaniments.
Also, they work well in keeping you occupied when you’re bored
or when you don’t wanna answer all the silly questions from relatives.
but I’d share with you guys anyway.
LIM LUAN SENG FOODS INDUSTRIES PTE LTD Factory: Block 26 Defu Lane 10 #01-178
Singapore 539207Tel: (65) 6281 0359, (65) 6283 0022Fax: (65) 6284 3996Email: email@example.comWebsites: www.limluanseng.com, www.otah.com.sg
Try their famous spicy fish otah, (cooked on the spot! Or raw to buy home)
Below is their comprehensive menu, go get your otahs!
You have to be adventurous and take your time to peek around!
Go ahead, enter the factories and ask if they sell to the public! (most of the times the answer is yes^^)
This “thick skinnedness” is how my mum and I found a place that sold handmade Yongtaufoo items!
We got our hands on some prawn dumplings, mushroom balls and tofu skin!
Of course, the range includes a lot of other stuff and this shop is just beside the Otah stall!
If you have questions or need more directions;
leave a comment and I’d reply to you lovelies~
Have fun shoppin’!