24 Mar '15, 7am

@singfoodie tks for the follow Victoria. Here's the Geylang restaurant I told you abt: Lui Da Ma Charcoal BBQ #lamb

China-style lamb skewers have come to Singapore. In Northern China you can see hole-in-the-wall places selling lamb skewers. Here you get to sit down and do it yourself (they can do it for you too if you want). For those who normally dislike lamb, the lamb skewers here are good as they are heavily seasoned, which gets rid of most of the smell. You can then sprinkle on cumin mix, chili powder and salt to taste. The cuts of lamb aren't that good, but for 80 cents a stick at a sit-down restaurant there was already less fat and tendon than I expected; besides, the portion is bigger than your average satay stick. Although the charcoal pit in front of you is touted as being 'smokeless' (there's some suction mechanism), it doesn't always work; during my first visit we got smoke in our faces, but today managed to warm our pre-cooked skewers happily. For those into exotic foods, al...

Full article: http://www.hungrygowhere.com/singapore/liu_da_ma_charcoal...

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