What we eat

Lina Lewis sub-editor, Maureen Koh assistant news editor, Jonathan Roberts assistant news editor, Chai Hung Yin journalist, Ng Jun Sen journalist, Judith Tan correspondent

Maureen Koh assistant news editor

Corn kernels coated with salted egg yolk offer a tasty sweet and salty mix.

Huang Jin Yu Mi ($12), Ting Heng Seafood Restaurant, 82, Tiong Poh Road, #01-03

Ng Jun Sen journalist

A salad fit for the French nobility: Roasted duck breast, pickled pears, poached egg, asparagus, beets, lotus root chips... the list goes on.

Le Grande Jardin d'Antoinette ($30), Antoinette, Mandarin Gallery, 333A, Orchard Road, #02-33/34

Judith Tan correspondent

Fresh, succulent oysters with spicy, sour sauce served in shooter glasses. The oysters come in servings of six or 12.

Hiroshima Oyster Shooters ($14.99 for six or $27.99 for 12), Sakae Sushi, White Sands, #02-19/20

Lina Lewis sub editor

Crispy pancake with sweet, crunchy onion, filled with savoury potato. Bits of black pepper add a kick to this dish.

Rava Onion Masala ($5), Ananda Bhavan, Viewing Mall, Departure Check-in Hall, Level 3, Changi Airport

Jonathan Roberts assistant news editor

I wish the portion was bigger - this serving was packed with explosions of different flavours.

Crab and Avocado Bruschetta ($14.50), Jamie's Italian, VivoCity, #01-165/166/167

Chai Hung Yin journalist

The accompanying sauces - chilli and ginger - won me over and the tender chicken was quickly devoured.

Kampong Chicken/Roasted Chicken, Oyster Sauce Vegetables, Soup and Rice ($7.80), Zheng Swee Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice, 25, Seah Street, #01-01