if you are around Chinatown and crave for an east coast soupy bak chor mee, Soon Heng Pork Noodles may tide you over until you get your fix in the east.
It’s hard to find soupy bak chor mee, let alone delicious ones, and Soon Heng Pork Noodles do them pretty well.
If you like the Bedok 85 style of Bak Chor Mee, then you are in for some great news. Soon Heng Pork Noodles at Neil Road serves a good bowl of the soupy style bar chor mee.
Their Shackburger is still reliable. Maybe not for everyone but I like it.
Today's fries were.....nice. Yes, that is indeed the ShackMeister ale in the corner.
Though the price may be steep, I guessed it all sums up to the quality and premium food selection where they pledged it contains no hormones or antibiotics on the Angus Beef.
The Populus Coffee & Food Co. has a fairly extensive cafe menu and serves good coffee as well as exquisite teas and artisanal hot chocolate.
I feel super good when I eat such a pancake cos 1) it tastes nice 2) I feel like I deserve it 3) I need to stop the hunger pangs but I sometimes regret a teensy bit after because I get too full!
I loved the seasonging of the chicken and the house special ranch dressing coated the crunchy fried chicken provided saucey comfort!
It seems like I am always on the lookout for ice cream / gelato but you can’t really blame me when there is a plethora of them here in the l...
Although Apiary’s desserts are a little pricey, their ice-cream (especially the Blue Milk) is one of the best I have ever tasted!
Apiary, pronounced as “eh-pee-er-ee”, is a place where beehives are kept, honey are contained, somewhere to satisfy your sweet cravings (literally) along Neil Road.
Maybe next time, we’ll just order from the mains.
We thought well of Epiphyte. It is one of the rare cafe that serve both delish desserts and Mains. Even the coffee was more than decent. We hope Epiphyte will continue to maintain its standard if not better.
Epiphyte is a promising bistro-café, both in terms of dessert and savoury offerings. I wished they could have worked that garden-theme further, to incorporate that element more into their mains.
It is combination of roasted pumpkin, green beans, pickled beetroot, quinoa, dried cranberries, sprouts, avocado and roast pumpkin seeds, all tossed in a whey dressing.
The Sauteed King Oyster Mushrooms & Bacon ($8) was lovely, the crisp of the bacon a wonderful contrast against the springy juiciness of the mushrooms.
Ratings: Food: 5 Service: 3 Value: 5 Atmosphere: 4 Overall Rating: 5 TOPs
While cafes are plenty, teahouses are rare in Singapore, unlike the strong tea culture in other Asian cities like Taipei or Kyoto. Tea Chapter remains one of the few options locally, and is one with some impressive history to it. With more care, this is definitely a place to return.
Loved the dining experience at the new IKO Restaurant & Bar, with its bold flavoured Japanese Fusion dishes, attentive service, and buzzy ambience. Will revisit IKO Restaurant & Bar for more!
Food at IKO Restaurant & Bar is Modern Japanese cuisine, themed around small bites and individual plates. Helmed by Chef Jeremmy Chiam, the kitchen delivers consistent quality of dishes, combining flavours in exciting and delicious ways.
For me, the meats are the highlights of IKO. This restaurant is ideal for a casual date night, or small group gatherings where you can afford to try more dishes.
while the distinct herbal taste may seem unfamiliar, the unique brew of sweet, bitter, and savoury flavours will entice you back to Good Taste’s doors.
Hits and misses, I will say that Good Taste Bak Kut Teh may do slightly better than the average but overall it does not give the enough WOW Factor to make us travel down to Neil Road again just for Bak Kut Teh.
I ordered the highly recommended Breakfast Platter and got them to change the corn to salad coz hard to eat corn with braces. I have nothing to complain about this well executed platter.
All their beans are supplied by the Knockhouse Supply Co. in the same building. My coffee was uber-smooth, creamy and full-bodied.
About 2/3 of the seating area is al-fresco. There are some seats indoors but I wouldn’t recommend sitting there because the space is rather narrow, it’s directly next to the ordering queue and the cooking smell is stronger there.
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Nice. The rendang was nutty and lemak
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Service at Birds Of A Feather befits a fine dining establishment (though it's not).
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