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.
The highlight for me is the Pan-fried Nian Gao, especially that layer of coated peanut and toasted grated coconut which brightens the enjoyment of the glutinous rice flour.
Set meals, a la carte, dimsum and now rice dumplings are available on Yàn's estore (https://www.yan.com.sg/estore). Free delivery above $80.
Yan Restaurant at National Gallery celebrates the joyful reunions with a bounteous spread of six set menus, ranging from $98++ to $198++ per person, with classic Cantonese fare curated by Head Chef Ng Sen Tio.
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.
Porta's all-day dining menu sees new creations as well, starting with Parma Ham ($16).
this is definitely one of my favourite Yu Sheng till date.
Overall, food quality was not too bad. Apart from that, I find that their service was kind of lacking given a weekday evening.
Famous Treasure at Capitol Piazza is the atas version of outlet.
Spend a minimum of $108+ this June to get half portion of the Traditional Fish Head Curry free! Plus, free island wide delivery is also thrown in.
Good news is that one could buy a small Pencai and enjoy a complimentary small Yusheng, or get a big Pencai and enjoy a complimentary big Yusheng. Wow, that's a good deal!
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.
3 reviews of One Raffles Place "I've never been to this shopping centre prior to renovations, but my first impression of the new digs are that it's quite nice. The layout isn't that confusing, but the escalators make it seem that way. After the…
First time seeing Food Court's food more expensive than restaurants'.
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.
Like Shabu Shabu, beat the egg and dip your meat and vegetables into the beaten egg mixture for a complete sukiyaki experience.
Tamoya Udon is known for its silky udon handmade fresh daily with ingredients imported from Japan.
Tonjiru Onsen Udon (house-made Red Miso soup) is slightly sweet but yet it was so yummy.
This well-loved local dish gets an upgrade with Jade’s special X.O. Chilli Sauce and the bold flavour of dried oysters in place of chye poh or preserved turnip.
Chinese Executive Chef Leong has created an ensemble of prosperous feasts from 06 January to 08 February 2020, paying tribute to the first animal of the Chinese zodiac.
Silver Needles Noodles or we called it ‘老鼠粉’or rat noodles is a speciality Chinese noodle made of rice flour.
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.
I'm really enjoying that restaurants in Singapore are always refreshing their menus with seasonal items because it means foodies like us will always have something new to look forward to every few months.
For the months of July and August 2019, dine at the restaurant and enjoy the following promotions: 10% off any unagi items Unagi Day: 27 July 2019 20% off any unagi items
One of Tokyo's famous Unagi restaurant, Miyagawa Honten with 20 outlets in Japan opens its first Singapore outlet at Roberson Quay.
I am just excited by Monti A Casa's Florentine Burger 🍔
The dinner was quite satisfying. We were also quite appreciative of the generous portion sizes. Food was also good: Good enough that we would consider at least two return visits
We loved the cheese puffs, flaky and savoury and delicious on its own, but that herbed butter was pretty yummy too.