This noodle chain apparently commands long lines back in Malaysia, mainly for a broth that is made from forty different kinds of local fish bones (313 Orchard Road #B3-37, 6363-5323). So I was disappointed when I took a sip of it to find that it wasn't anywhere as savory as I would've thought, and in fact was slightly sweet.
Food at GO Noodle House is Malaysian Chinese cuisine, focused on soup noodles with their signature broth. The menu is extensive, with a good range. Quality of dishes is consistent, tasty and delicious.
Good texture going on with the toppings but the noodles on their own weren't impressive at all.
The prawn ramen soup had a good savoury prawn flavour, although it tasted burnt and chao ta. Everything else was good – the noodles had bite, the prawns were fresh and springy (although I couldn’t taste any sweetness due to the chao ta), and the egg was molten. Not bad – brought me back to the Keisuke prawn ramen.
The Menbaka tonkotsu ramen was a good bowl of ramen. The noodles and soup were nice but not exceptional.
This tasted more like roasted onions, whereas Gogyo was more like yakiniku. And if I had to choose between the two, I'd choose Gogyo. But I'll eat this again if I don't have to wait in line.
All in all, the food was tasty and strongly flavoured plus we got acquainted with a new fish name. Price point could be better though.
Ambience at Tan Yu 探鱼 is modern industrial, with a grungy street feel.
There was a green pepper limbo fish that was not bad.
A food blog from a Singapore-based traveler
In summary, Nipong Naepong is suitable for students and friends gathering for the affordable Korean meal pricing. The portion served is quite generous for the price they offered.
Nipong Naepong has been on our little red dot for over a year now, satisfying the cravings of numerous Korean food enthusiasts with scrumptious Chinese-Korean cuisine.
The Dalgona coffee craze has taken over Singapore by storm during the Circuit Breaker period, with many Singaporeans choosing to whip up this Instagram-worthy concoction at home.
Stepping into B Burger reminds me of the time when roller skates and spandex were cool while girls just want to have fun.
For now, B Burger works perfect for me, and definitely fire up some satisfying burgs.
Kin Kao Young basically means "Have you eaten?". This new thai street food concept by Suki Group serves up a wide spread of authentic popular Thai dishes.
We stumbled upon Kin Kao Young at 313 Somerset while looking for dinner. It wasn’t crowded at the time, so we jumped on the chance to go.
This big brightly-lit place has taken over the grounds of Chabuton and Saboten (313 Orchard Road #B2-01). The way that they position themselves, it makes you think that it's a big famous chain from Thailand.
Yentafo, our equivalent of Yong Tau Foo, is a pink noodle soup, originating from Thailand.
Though there were hits and misses, this makes a refreshing change from the YTF we’re used to at kopitiams. On days I want YTF that has a stronger punch of flavour, this would be my go-to.
Yentafo Kruengsonge is actually a very popular noodle house in Bangkok that specializes in yen ta fo noodle bowls which is a Thai noodle dish filled with a mix of ingredients such as seafood balls, strips of meat and veggies.
On the whole, Haakon provides a great alternative spot to chill out with friends in town, since they are conveniently located just outside Somerset MRT.
strangely enough, we actually waited for quite a while before our food was ready for collection. i thought that the items were pre-prepared, and they would only need to assemble them.
Papa Ayam is still serving food during the circuit breaker, so this time I opted for the grilled version, as I wasn't in the mood for fried food.
Ayam geprek is more than just a gimmick. Armed with bold yet familiar flavours and affordable prices, it’s easy to understand why this dish has become a sensation in Indonesia.
Overall, it has been a while since we visited Tenkaichi. It is good to be back and we enjoy the additional shabu shabu buffet as well.
Taste the flavours of the ocean with the seafood selections here such as fresh sashimi along with giant scallops, large pieces of prawn and Hokkaido jumbo oysters.
If you are a beef lover and enjoy buffet, I would suggest you to try out this place. The price is affordable and best for group gathering as well.
Very happy that The Alley Luxe is located so near my office. Time to jio my colleagues for bubble tea happy hour liao!!!
The Alley makes its mark in Singapore with the launch of its first-ever premium concept - The Alley Luxe at its first flagship store at Cineleisure.
With all these great bites and drinks, we expect Cineleisure to be as crowded as it’s good ol’ days, thanks to The Alley Luxe.
Overall, for a Wickedly Good Pizza, Pasta and Risotto without burning a hole in your pockets, this is definitely the place to go to.
All in all, I think The Wicked Garlic serves up sincere Italian selections, offering fresh ingredients at very reasonable prices.
If you are a fan of cheeses, do try the Cheese Tortellini with Truffle. It was yums! Handmade tortellini pasta stuffed with cheeses and cooked al-dente. Tossed with shitake mushrooms (loads of it!), black truffle in light onion cream sauce and topped with shavings of parmigiano. So good.
The fish was decently fried at least before going into that chili bath, but we should just go to Tan Yu next time.
The Baguo Grilled Fish stall at 313@Somerset now has these single-serving hot pot meals. I grabbed this suancai yu version, and it was refreshing and healthy, even if nothing to go nuts over either. Too bad the chili sauce wasn't from their next door neighbor Mademoiselle Tang Noodle though.
Kasien Tei’s edge is in its seasoning, fluffy rice, and the flexibility in allowing diners to personalise their donburi. Great for a healthy takeaway meal.
Kaisen Tei is more on takeaway concept. If you are happen to work in town why not give this a try. I would recommend their Kaisen-don and DIY.
All in all, I still prefer my Lobster Ramen as the sweetness of lobster taste better than crab broth at Ramen Keisuke Kani King. There is a slight seafood pungent in the crab broth which I find it missing in the former.
All in all, I still prefer my Lobster Ramen as the sweetness of lobster taste better than crab broth at Ramen Keisuke Kani King.