An attractive signboard is important as it creates an important first impression; I was drawn to the vibrant one at Kueh Ho Jiak (粿好吃) that ...
Mee siam is a local dish that I really enjoy but seldom have as I would often fall ill after eating it in the past. This resulted in a light...
It started with those rice cakes in those bowls, but was served with a brown sauce and garlic puree on top.
My sister mentioned that there was a famous dim sum stall at Chinatown Complex Hawker Centre that served only six types of dim sum! I wanted...
The problem when you have favorite hawker stalls is that you resist trying new stalls. But it was Saturday when I dropped by Chinatown Compl...
From popiah and claypot rice to MICHELIN-starred soya sauce chicken, these are the MICHELIN inspectors’ favourite stalls at Chinatown Complex.
There’s actually a secret at Hong Lim Food Centre known only to regulars and I wasn’t aware about it until my elder sister, who worked next ...
I had been delaying the publication of this post as Hong Lim Food Centre was closed for two weeks due to its identification as a cluster for...
The chicken was moist, tasty, and with a crispy skin that was further topped with a crunchy laksa seasoning.
In this video, we headed over to Amoy Street Food Centre to do a $100 hawker food challenge! I’m joined by my Taiwanese friend @艾莉愛吃 Ali Eats which is also ...
Tried their masala coffee. Their masala mix had a fiery kick. Nice but there were a couple of things that bothered me.
This plate of kuey teow would have benefitted much from more dark soy sauce for their flavour and more through caramelization.
Maxwell Food Centre is one of those rare hawker centers in Singapore that is highly popular with tourists and at the same time, is held in high esteem by locals for its authentic and traditional hawker dishes. The main reason for this is that Maxwell Food Centre is the current home of a myriad of...…
Nice. The rendang was nutty and lemak
Traditional or newfangled, there’s something in Maxwell Food Centre to tickle your food fancy. With its sprawling aisles and numerous stalls, there’s something for any kind of diet.
My only gripe however was that the dough base was a little sinewy, a sign that the defrosting was not done properly.
Overall, we were slightly apprehensive about eating at Chinatown Restaurant which was relatively quiet as compared with the overflowing situation in some of the other restaurants in Chinatown Point at lunch time.
Homestyle Braised Pork Belly S$58.00++ Our favourite dish of the night is this claypot goodness that brims with tea tree mushroom, mushroom garlic rice and unctuous pork belly.
Service at Birds Of A Feather befits a fine dining establishment (though it's not).
Birds Of A Feather is no run-of-the-mill Sichuan restaurant. The loud and boisterous Sichaun flavours we know have taken an ettique lesson and we love it.
Oh well… food and services are good and we will surely be back next time.
The must-order for dessert would be the chendol. Loved the amount of gula melaka on this and the ratio of the coconut milk.
All in all, I can see the effort put into this plate of nasi lemak but I can get a good plate of nasi lemak elsewhere with all the ingredients, maybe add-ons and the price is still less than this.
All in all, I like the novelty of this joint, as it’s really quite different from the neighbors, and the menu concept paired with mixologist concoctions, makes this a nice place for revisits at different times of the day.
Kafe Utu managed to live up to my low expectations, seeing how this is the first African cafe I've seen in my whole life here and they managed to hit home with the ambiance, dish curation and service.
I foresee this space to survive Singapore’s competitive culinary scene in years to come, as it provides both great food and good vibes.
The service at Lime Restaurant was delightful.
Considering the spread of food, bottomless coffee and tea, and the classy ambience, the price is immensely worth paying for.
Food at Lime Restaurant is varied, and the ala-carte buffet includes Western influences from American, British, French, and Italian cuisines, as well as Asian influences from Japanese, Chinese, Indian, Thai, Malaysian, and Singaporean cuisines.
Restaurant JAG is not your typical French restaurant and its uniqueness is certainly what earned it its Michelin star.
Overall, the experience was very refreshing, with notable divergences from the usual fine dining experiences in Singapore.
The One-Michelin starred restaurant at Duxton Road Restaurant JAG spots a new Autumn Menu, and it extends the herb driven cuisine by Chef Jeremy.
Cream puff's pretty good. Reminded me of those from Beard Papa.
Cream puff's pretty good.
北海道的Baristart Coffee来到Tras Street长型格局的旧店屋里，室内阳光充沛，大片植物墙营造自然氛围，环境舒适，自开张以来生意火红，任何时间上门都是人气兴旺。
Liao Fan Hawker Chan Few will ever figure out the calculus behind marrying stupendous with cheap, nevertheless Liao Fan Hawker Chan ...
Liao Fan Hawker Chan Singapore serves the cheapest Michelin-star meal in the world, Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodles. His winning dish costs all of 2 SGD / $1.5 and a must try when in Singapore.
Pistachio cake. Not bad. Topped with crushed pistachios, yuzu creme and drizzled with honey. I liked the crumbly texture.
Every dish is a beautiful ensemble of lovely flavours and a showcase of fine produce.
I didn't quite feel Moosehead has made a statement as much as my very first visit. But the complexity of the dishes still shines, not to forget the upbeat ambience of this small space. Perhaps that explains the crowd day in and out.
Singapore’s central business district isn’t a place I would usually visit on a weekday since my workplace isn’t in the area but when a frien...
Very nice roasted sweet potato. Sweet and very tender. I thought it worked very well with the sour cream and dill with salt.
I liked it enough that I ordered a second one, along with that minute steak pita on the side. Yum.
Parkroyal Collection Pickering may not sound familiar to some of you but the stunning structure, with greenery that seemed to take root fro...
This is probably one of the biggest hotel property in the CBD. The design of the room and club lounge impress me the most, while service is mixed on the grounds. The standards of the food is really average in general.
Service at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering is inconsistent, with the lower numbers of staff sometimes struggling to keep pace with the demand.
we concluded the meal, relishing in yet another happy dining experience at Wine And Chef.
I’d say if you’re looking for a fresh date idea, or simply a slightly cheaper alternative for some good food and affordable drinks for a hang out evening, Wine and Chef is a darn solid recommendation.
One of the more under-the-radar restaurants at this heritage street is Wine & Chef, which aims to serve up “semi fine-dining food” at pocket friendly prices.
I had the wok-fried kway teow infused with smoky wok hei with delightful crunchiness from the diced kai lan.
Great place for Teochew cuisine with many authentic ingredients imported direct from ChaoshanThe teochew porridge is optionavailable during weekday lunch The restaurant menu features other classic Teochew dishes
Wow! Really gave us that "step-back-in-time" feel.