Last Updated: September 30, 2020
It’s been a month since ‘Tapau Please’ has been on-air, and we sincerely hope these weekly episodes satiate your aural need to keep abreast about the latest food trends or what is on the SethLui.com team’s food radar. This week in Episode #005, we sourced our topic of discussion from trusty Reddit, which, as most of us know, is an excellent source of opinions on just about anything.
Of course, we wanted to see what food-related debates are currently raging on the platform, and we were pleasantly surprised to find two distinct discussions which we’re confident you’ll want to contribute to, once you’ve had a listen to this episode!
Just to give you a little teaser, we talk about what a Singaporean home-cooked meal really means (and which meals are approachable), as well as why we don’t see the prevalence of fine dining Malay restaurants. As much as we absolutely enjoy dishing our two cents on all things food, we’d love for you, our listeners, to join in the conversation as well!
Feel free to leave your comments in the Facebook post and we just might learn a thing or two from one of you!