Tekka Market, Little India The next stop on my jaunt around Singapore’s hawker markets and food centres was Little India’s Tekka Market. Along similar lines to the Chinatown Complex but for Indian food, ingredients and styles, I felt like I might be timing it right by arriving for such a late lunch that it bordered …

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Konkana I’d noticed the arrival of Konkana where Leven’s and Rigatoni’s used to trade. Promising Indian seafood dishes – from the team behind Kalpna – this sounded right up my street. As before, the restaurant frontage has full length windows and a sort of glitzy look to it. It looks a little like an airport …

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Kricket

Kricket London can be a bit of an overwhelming place in terms of selecting where to lunch. Fortunately, of late I have had some good judges to steer me towards the better options with the latest example being when my friend Rene suggested we have lunch at Kricket on Denman Street. Showcasing Indian sharing plates …

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In Touch OK, folks. Here follows a little sermon about your impending death. It’s coming. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, but soon and for the rest of lifelessness. My simple plea is to think about it, talk to people about it, and be clear what you want to happen when it arrives. The reason …

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Mosque Kitchen Our Beer Man’s Verdict It’s been many years since we reviewed the Mosque Kitchen, so I took the opportunity to revisit this venerable Edinburgh institution when I was in that neck of the woods. While its ethos – quick and cheap communal eating – hasn’t changed since then, there have been some minor …

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