Bedok Marketplace was a cracking dinner this day. Social Outcast, Burning Oaks, and The Naughty Chef be proud guys. The food is exceptional that you are
Khao Thai Food @ BedokMarket Place - “Bringing honest and authentic Thai fare to our discerning and loyal diners.”
Though their prices are steep for a coffee shop stall, The Social Outcast is generous with their servings and uses fresh ingredients.
While the dim sum here didn’t exactly appeal to us, Enak Enak Hong Kong Tea House kept its dim sum prices affordably and they are open until late.
While the dim sum here did not thoroughly appeal to our tastebuds, we still recommend trying a dish or two, especially if you’re in the vicinity at 3am in the morning.
哇·烤 Wow Skewer Bar is a solid new addition to Bedok Marketplace’s stable of stalls.
Overall, do not expect sophisticated flavours but if you’re looking for straightforward and tasty dishes that taste awesome with an ice cold beer, WOW 哇烤 Skewer Bar is your place.
Overall, one of the best Traditional Claypot Rice in Singapore
The tip is to call to order the claypot rice in advance to avoid the waiting time.
Eng’s Char Siew Wantan Mee at East Village is like the best of both worlds. Order both the Wanton Mee and Claypot Rice to share, and it should be a delightful meal.