Their octopus is tender, and I gobbled up their meze and fried anchovies too. I'd like to come back to try more of their seafood, but need to remember to bring a group of people since this is really food that's best shared.
There is no lack of food options in Tiong Bahru Food Centre and The Coco Rice is worth a try if you need to satisfy your nasi lemak cravings. The portion is quite huge and it is personally too much for me.
Sevens Kissaten’s Signature Omakase Set delivers the special Japanese dining experience at a very affordable price.
The egg noodles were wiry, soft and mildly flavoured with light mushroom sauce, without any alkaline flavour.
The chicken wing was moist inside and crispy outside with a balanced flavour, and the moist otah was standard stuff, slightly above average. Not bad.
If you’re looking for a cooler, cheaper alternative to your typical Cafe cheeseburger in Tiong Bahru, Skirt & Dirt is the place to be! They also have another outlet in Bukit Timah that’s closed on Tuesdays.
One of the best, if not the best curry rice in Singapore, Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice is something that you have to try at least once in your lifetime. Queues start to form very early, and the popular dishes do tend to sell out fast! So, come early to get your hands on a plate of messy goodness!
The noodles were a bit stodgy, but the sauce was marvellous – sweet, savoury, tomatoey, slightly vinegary and fragrant from the pork lard. Nice 古早味 sauce straight from my childhood. The fishballs were bouncy though generic and the fish cakes moist and large. Quite nice.
A reader wrote to me recently to recommend a new yet super good nasi lemak at Tiong Bahru Hawker Centre and since I was in the vicinity last...
Previously at French Road, Mr and Mrs Nasi Lemak serves up a mean bowl of Nasi Lemak, with other fusion items on the menu!