Perhaps it was our day as we did not have any unpleasant encounters with the lady behind the stove. Overall, the taste is on average with pocket-friendly pricing. Looks like its time to explore other stalls within that Food Centre.
Seah Imm Hawker Centre is a food centre I frequented often in my youth as it offered the cheapest option to fill up my tummy before I steppe...
The stall uses thick bee hoon (rice vermicelli) and round yellow noodles.
Farasha Muslim Food is one of the popular stalls at Seah Im Food Centre. They're famous for their Nasi Goreng Ayam. They have a lip-smacking 9 variations of Nasi Goreng. They also have Ayam Penyet, Maggi Goreng, Mee Goreng and Kway Teow Goreng.
The Ayam Penyet ($5) here comes with a chicken leg, cucumber, raw cabbage, a cube of tau kwa, a piece of thumb-length tempeh and sambal. The rice and soup are served separately on another plate.
If you are seeking old school taste and with a healthier choice option, I bet this stall should fit you best. They do not use pork lards and use healthier and lesser oil in cooking.
This is quite an interesting variation of the Hokkien Mee and a healthier one at that! If you are craving for Hokkien Mee but does not want the guilt, this could be your answer.
The duck here has quite a nice tender texture which does not taste dry or have the gamey smell.
Seah Im Food Centre is opposite Habourfront Centre and the nearest MRT Station is Habourfront. Just follow the signs to Exit A and walk about 2 minutes to the food centre.
Nice peppery kick in the flavour too. Highly recommended!
If you miss Taiwanese lu rou fan and big intestine mee sua, you can satisfy your cravings at 呷三碗 Eat 3 Bowls at Seah Im Food Centre near Harbourfront.
Each bowl of Lu Rou Fan costs a mere $2.50 which makes it really affordable. Even the other items on their menu are quite wallet-friendly.
Fresh from a renovation complete with a Sakura-themed new look, Gram Café & Pancakes at VivoCity Mall is now ready to take a break and have a Kit Kat with a new limited-edition Gram x KITKAT® menu!
Therefore, I do not recommend ordering their hot pancakes for delivery if you want it for specific meal times.
Overall experience was pleasant and like most patrons, I got sold by the fluffy texture of Gram's Pancake.
Seafood Paradise has to be one of my favorite Chinese seafood restaurant in the whole of Singapore. With hearty portions that is value for the quality, Seafood Paradise seeks to marry both traditional and modern Chinese techniques found in many types of Chinese cuisine, such as Cantonese, Teochew, and Hokkien.
It’s Seafood Paradise’s 1st Anniversary at Vivocity. So it means time to celebrate! With a 50% discount off its signature dishes! Memorise these dates below because 50% off is a really …
The food at Seafood Paradise is enjoyable and I can see myself coming here for family gatherings.
Definitely worth a check if you're in the area.
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The Frozen Dark Chocolate Whiskey Souffle (S$18) is a wonderfully rich medley of fresh berries, chocolate pearls and spiced crumble. Definitely should be shared!
Overall, I think the ramen offering is simple with only a couple of choices but they did a great job nailing the flavours perfectly. Everything from the broth, toppings and noodles was on point and can definitely satisfy my ramen cravings anytime
Service at Ramen Hitoyoshi is partial self-service.
If you are searching for quality ramen at affordable prices, make Ramen Hitoyoshi your next dining destination.
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.
I can’t even remember when I last had Vietnamese cuisine but when a colleague suggested lunch at Mrs Pho at Vivocity ; I immediately replied...
The Dry Noodle Combo (Bún thịt nướng chả giò) and the Beef Pho Combo (Phở Bò Đặc Biệt) are not bad, but were better in the original shop.
I am sure I will be ordering the Mrs Pho’s Cockles, Hue Spicy Beef Noodle Soup and the Avocado Smoothie with Vietnamese Coffee.
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.
Overall, for good quality meat and pretty prompt service, the buffet is quite worth the money. It will even be more value for the money for those eating the wagyu beef.
Tajimaya at VivoCity—managed by the Creativeateries group—offers a Japanese Yakiniku buffet which comes with unlimited Wagyu, Iberico Pork, Tiger Prawns, Sashimi and more.
So if you’re gunning to indulge in luxe beef at crazy affordable prices, make a date to VivoCity for a makan sesh at Tajimaya Yakiniku.
I really enjoyed the new Oktoberfest menu created by recently joined Group Executive Chef Lorenz Raich.
Brotzeit is synonymous with value-for-money hearty German fare and iced cold German beers.
Brotzeit takeaway menu is extensive and & islandwide delivery options allow you to enjoy quality German lagers & wine and hearty German dishes at home.
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.
The dining ambience at Ocean is one of a kind in Singapore. It is easy to be distracted by the aquarium and forget all about the food, but I do think it is a step in the right direction for the restaurant as compared to before. Head here for a modern-European meal and if you love a unique dining experience, this is one not to miss in Singapore. Overall, the service is attentive and professional by fine-dining standards.
Ocean Restaurant is a destination dining restaurant. While the novelty will wear off after the first visit, it still remains one of the most unique dining destinations in Singapore and definitely one spot to impress your date, or best saved for that celebratory occasion.
Overall dining experience at Ocean Restaurant was pleasant enough - be there for the beautiful tranquil underwater views; service and food have room for improvement, especially when per dining experience would set you back easily by S$600, minimally.
Overall, the food is not fantastic but it is generally ok for meals on a budget. Some of the items are still pretty palatable. The prices are pocket friendly and the atmosphere is quite relaxing for a meal
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Da Xi in Vivo City was our destination for lunch and the menu was quite interesting. A mix of dumplings and Taiwanese staples were on the menu. We went for Smoked Duck Dumplings. These had an inter…
There was a children's party going on while we were there and they even had a pasta making session which pretty much sums up the atmosphere here at Jamie's Italian at VivoCity, a lively yet laid-back place with pretty good food.
Jamie’s Italian is definitely one for friends or family. The dishes here are hearty, generously portioned, and good for sharing. Prices are relatively high considering it’s a casual restaurant, but the fresh ingredients they use make most of their dishes worth the money.
This is great for sharing as it might be a tad heavy if you’re having it all on your own, besides, there are more that you need to save your stomach for!
While the name black society doesn’t raise any eyebrows literally, its Chinese translation refers to secret societies, also known as gangs, ...
fried rice was good..
Well, the food was better than I was expecting, with things like pasta that wasn't overcooked, as well as those fried mushrooms above that stayed crisp and airy without being over-battered (yes, in case you were wondering, that was basically laziji but with mushrooms in place of chicken).