Soon Li is the only yong tau foo stall open in the dead of night, so they're top dog by elimination.
To be honest, I wouldn’t take the trouble to travel all the way to Bukit Merah just for yong tau foo in the middle of the night. It’s not as impressive as I expected it to be. However, since this hawker stall is so popular, you might wanna give it a try.
Sushiro has bak kut teh ramen on its list of specials now, and it was better than I thought it would be with its peppery and garlicky broth.
Granted, at that price, one doesn't exactly get high quality ingredients; the ankimo that came out was shredded up to the point where I thought it was corned beef.
Thankfully, the lines at Sushiro are much shorter than before.
The high prices are a result of their labour-intensive process and commitment to quality ingredients, both of which are well worth shelling out for.
I need to be back soon for the sourdough, or any other toast.
Although their prices might be a tad steep, they’re definitely worth a visit for those who love sourdough and European bread!
Meng Kee Fried Kway Teow is a popular char kway teow with many loyal fans who swear by it for its wok hei and robust sweet-savoury flavours.
Not my kind of char kuey teow. Have yet to define what exactly is the type I like but I'm not impressed by this.
Nevertheless, this is a more than decent plate.
I would 100% head down to visit her stall again for both the mee siam and lontong! Continue reading at Miss Tam Chiak: https://www.misstamchiak.com/jia-xiang/
While many have said that their standard has dropped, I still like it!
I highly recommend visiting this stall as it is at a relatively centralised location of Singapore.
Some kailan stir fried with garlic for our dietary fibres. I liked that it was sufficiently salted and there were both bits of deep fried garlic and thin sliced stir fried garlic in there.
I have a feeling I would go right back to these three because they’re just that good. 10/10 would come back again!
Tried their black pepper sliced fish. Not a bad rendition if I might say.
I always go for the Tau Sar Pau – not cheap, but somehow extra fluffy, not too sweet, and goes well with a Cold Brew.
You can almost always count on 40 Hands to deliver a good cup of coffee, as this is what they pride themselves on. The latte art was very well done for my cup of Flat White. However, note that the coffee here is more for those who prefer it acidic.
I will definitely come back again really love the ambience of this cafe nice, cosy, comfy.
To be honest, it wasn't half bad. It was different though, in a way that wasn't immediately as impressive as before.
a meal here always leaves my belly comforted and heart soothed.
For the chilli sauce, I thought it can be spicier and more tangy. I also slightly disappointed that the stall does not order ginger dip.