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SIN - HK - SIN: Singapore Airlines

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Our preferred way to fly with a twoddler is on the Singapore Airlines and I really have no qualms flying Cathay either. Anyhow, breakfast on SQ was over stir fried egg noodles and pork. It was a-okay after the fabulous chwee kuay I had in the lounge.


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What happened to Haagen Dazs? We've downgraded to King's and this was meh.

Clearly food was not top of the agenda since there were other priorities. I managed to get 30 minutes of peace with my inflight entertainment, a sleeping toddler and it was heaven on earth during that 3.5 hour flight.

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On the flight back, we fed ourselves first once again at the Gold Kris flyer lounge because HK Airport makes no differentiation. So we scored a more than decent spread.

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The served on demand signature laksa that truly put the national dish to shame. Soggy laksa noodles not withstanding, the gravy was lacking in punch.

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Guess what was served on Mid Autumn! Glutinous rice dumplings in wine and goji berries. So good, I had at least two bowls. They also served freshly made soya beancurd in a tub, so traditional!

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Thank goodness for kid's inflight entertainment like these.

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The incredibles sketch pad and colouring pencils were the absolute lifesaver.

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We had kachang putih for starters and peas became a discussion - are they nuts or not? Turns out they aren't anyway.

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Fish with bean sauce and rice or...

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Chicken penne.

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When flying out of an Asian country, always pick the asian selection. Fair enough my hypothesis was proven right and this was way better than the pasta.

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Questionable appetizers of chicken and bean curd skin.

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This tuna coleslaw was actually better.

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Alas, we ended off decently.

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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