There are a pair of Thai shops on the second floor of Parklane Shopping Mall, and I stepped into the more plushly decorated one on the right because of the boat noodle suffix (35 Selegie Road #02-04).
The mentai salmon don was really nice – the salmon was torched outside and still raw inside, with the umaminess from the mentaiko, and creaminess from what seemed to be mentaiko mayo. The ebi mango maki was I thought a bit of an odd pairing. The mango was sweet, prawn and ebiko savoury, and the mayo creamy, but I didn’t feel that it came together so well.
2 Short Street, Singapore 188211, open Sun to Thu 10:30am to 11:30pm, Fri and Sat 10:30am to 12:30am
Kampong Glam Cafe is a family-run business serving authentic Malay cuisine at an affordable price. After retiring from professional football, Mr. Bashir Khan has dedicated himself to his business, and to developing the Kampong Gelam community.
Right next door to 25 Degrees is a lively wine bar that looks rather encouraging from the outside (200 Middle Road, 6809-7989).
I wouldn't say no to this comfort bowl of childhood favourite. They are opened daily 9.30am to 5pm but closed on Wednesday. I bet you will feel the same that the queue is worth waiting for!
it was a great Arabic Middle Eastern food. Very tasty, flavourful and pocket friendly. The winners of the night are the Hummus, the chicken & the garlic sauce. We’ll definitely come back to try the Shawarma and the rest of the dishes. Cheers!!
Premaas was our lunch destination today, and I was fortunate to be able to taste a number of dishes, in particular that red kingfish curry in the upper right corner, as well as the potent pepper in the chicken next to it, all mopped up by a few light and fluffy appam.
This is a hearty portion of bak chor mee, with a more-than-decent amount of ingredients and awesome spicy chilli blend. If you are really hungry, go for the $7 portion which comes with a mountain of ingredients. If you can’t take spice, remember to tell them to tone it down for you.