This is arguably one of the best Char Kway Teow and it's really a classic. The uncle has been plying his trade for decades with more of the time being a one-man show. I won't say it's the best but it's definitely one of the better ones in this trade.
The uncle was methodical, frying each plate one by one. His stall was really clean and neat too. But the queue seemed to have grown from when I remembered it. I think I waited for 30 to 40 minutes.
I will be back with my dad because I think people of his generation would love Loh’s cha kuay teow.
Fei Lou Porridge Manned by an overtly misanthropic father-son duo who can always be seen donning dull, vacant expressions ie res...
Cantonese Porridge and their Boneless Chicken Wing is a must try.
But I have to tell you, their porridge is so creamy and fragrant with a dash of sesame oil!
Very solid savoury-salty stock, with a good smokiness, layering of flavours and a prominent dried sole fish accent. The mee hoon kway was chewy and biteable, and the meat and meat and prawn balls were fresh, flavourful, bouncy and soft. Very nice.
To me, good food is always worth the wait, and that would be the case for Jiak Song Mee Hoon Kway.
Wow. One of the longest queues at this food centre here. The fishballs had a great fish flavour, and a mouthfeel that was bouncy and slightly textured at the same time, almost like eating real fish.
Song Heng Fishball Noodle is worth queuing for.
One of the nicer wa kueh I have tried, reminiscent of the childhood flavours of the Commonwealth Close wa kueh sold by the roving hawker.
Gems Harvest is a pretty good breakfast haunt, especially for folks who enjoy old-school breakfast items.
Overall, I have eaten at Ah Orh at least 3 to 4 times over the years and I do notice that in my recent visit, the standard of the dishes is not on par with previous years.
Ah Orh Teochew Food Delivery / Takeaway
Very fat, creamy, salty and fresh oysters, on top of a fragrant and unoily egg omelette.
Fancy dining in a hilltop garden 100 m above sea level, overlooking panoramic views and surrounded by lush greenery? One Faber Group’s Arbora Hilltop Garden ...
Arbora Hilltop Garden & Bistro, atop Mount Faber, is a dining concept close to the skies where you can enjoy a family meal or even a picnic. It is also loca
This family-friendly restaurant perched on Faber Peak offers a view that not many restaurants can match. Here you have expansive views of Sentosa and beyond, offering greeny and panoramic sea views that would surely delight both young and old in the family. At 100m above sea levels, kids would enjoy spotting cable cars, vessels at harbourfront and play guess what is the Sentosa Landmark.
Alkaff Mansion, top restaurant in Singapore, great food, in a great location, with great staff you really can’t go wrong - Beefsteak & Burgundy!
17 reviews of Alkaff Mansion Ristorante "I would do 3.5, but it's closer to a 4 than a 3. average-ly italiano at this quite gorgeous venue hidden up in telok blangah. it's a surprising location, until you realize it's situated in a quite…
A worthy place to be at if you have a special reason to be there.
By Chef Pang Kok Keong. Oily and fragrant, nicely cooked chewy noodles and umami meat filled yong tau foo.
Very soon, you will be able to enjoy grilled seafood at night as Hakka Pang will switch to a ‘seafood shack’ concept called Guppies. Expect a variety of grilled fish and seafood served with different dips.
Pang’s Hakka Noodles, Yong Tau Foo and Fishballs at The Sprout Hub (on the ground of the former Henderson Secondary School).
In bustling Singapore, Fuel Plus+ cafe on Morse Road is a great option for those seeking a cosy cafe off the beaten path. Its interesting and diverse menu and its tranquil location at the foot of Mt Faber sets it apart from the many other good cafes in Singapore.
You definitely do not get to see this rare scene in the urban streets of Singapore.
Overall, food has been slightly above expectation and by looking at other tables orders, i'm kind of convinced that we have to make additional trip back to try other interesting bites, desserts as well as the Mains.
Although we finally get to it here, we did not have enough stomach for other items on the menu. I will like to try out more of their recommended dishes on the menu. Let's make a return trip soon!
Makko Teck Neo is definitely a hidden gem located in a sleepy old neighbourhood.
Overall, we are glad that Makko Teck Neo Metropolis has opened. A good Peranakan restaurant is always welcome in the Buona Vista / Ghim Moh neighbourhood.
I have been raving about Burger Labo amongst my friends but its price tag for its single-patty basic burger, at S$25, is a bit hard for me ...
Tucked away in the very ulu Henderson Industrial Park, 2280 Burger serves up gourmet beef burgers and fries at affordable prices. Read more.
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