I said I’d blog everyday this month, but I panicked this morning that I’d have nothing to blog about today, which is silly because I have a huuuuge backlog of things to blog, like my trip to UK, my newfound Korean 10-step skincare routine, and a bunch of other events in 2016.
But my worrying was for naught because I did find something to blog about today, when I convinced my teammates to head to Changi City Point for lunch so I could buy a kebab which I had been craving since yesterday.
This stall is relatively new in CCP. It replaced Milkcow in its basement slot. I don’t know when this arrived in Singapore, but it’s suddenly everywhere. I first spotted it in Hougang Plaza when I happened to be in the area after a Lynn Aesthetic facial, but I didn’t taste it until a few weeks ago when Dred and I dropped by CCP one night to have dinner there.
Now I don’t know if I’ve ever mentioned it on this blog before, but I am a huuuuge fan of kebabs. Every time I pass by a pasar malam (night market), I would almost always be guaranteed to buy a shawarma.
So when I saw Stuff’d I knew I had found my new go-to food stop in CCP.
They’re quite efficient – they have forms that you just fill out with your order instead of you having to yell it all to a guy behind the glass counter.
Now I normally prefer chicken when meat is involved, but there’s just something more appealing about beef when it comes to Mexican/Turkish dishes, for me, anyway. Or maybe I just like chili con carne so much that I feel like ordering it here even though “beef con carne” by right is redundant, because “con carne” is actually Spanish for “with meat.”
I don’t like mayo so I always choose bbq sauce and mix it with something, like sweet thai, in this instance, then add cheese because cheese is love, cheese is life.
After I paid for my order, I stood around to wait for my number to be called. They prepare your food on the spot and you can even watch them do it ala Subway.
After a few minutes, my number was called.
The pita is stuffed with a lot more meat and veggies and is oozing with saucy goodness. It’s so yummy that I am salivating while typing this and want to eat it even though I already had it for lunch! #bloggerproblems
But don’t take my word for it,give it a try. There’s probably a stall near you.
And now I’m hungry. Drats.
P. S. My teammates are glad we went to CCP because we caught a Chansey (which is rare and can now be evolved) and a limited edition Pokemon day Pikachu with a party hat on Pokemon Go.