Pretty cafe in an old school with nice ambience, and pretty good and smooth latte.
The Brewing Ground offers not only good coffee and beer, but it is also a space for the community to gather.
The Brewing Ground looked quite promising with its location and name, but unfortunately I wasn't impressed by the food nor the coffee.
You Kee XO Restaurant Joo Chiat Review
It specialises in roasted meats; and the famous char siew (barbequed pork loin) of You Kee XO Restaurant is one of the best we had tried.
Choosing my favourite roast meat at You Kee XO Restaurant was akin to choosing my favourite TWICE album.
Asador Nose to Tail: A culinary experience like no other, savour the finest cuts and flavours from Chef Javi at this unique grilling haven
Asador Singapore Review, Spanish Grill - Experience the Authentic Spanish Asador in the East Coast of Singapore, 51 Joo Chiat Pl, Singapore!
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With a long history in Peranakan food, I was expecting more from them. Overall, I find that the food was quite ordinary and there are better ones out there I have tried.
Started in 1953, this restaurant boasts to be the oldest Peranakan restaurant in Singapore.
Overall dinner was pleasant with friendly service staffs and hearty homely feel dishes here.
This stall serves Malaysian-style fruit rojak, like those from Penang. Leong Gwo Wei, the owner, he stumbled upon Lim Bo (林伯), aka Uncle Lim, his rojak stall in Kuala Lumper, and decided to ask him to teach after tasting the rojak about 3 years ago. Uncle Lim agreed to do so for a price. He mastered the skills and returned to Singapore, starting the stall in April 2021. Read more: http://www.allaboutceil.com/2022/03/lim-bo-fresh-fruits-rojak-malaysia.html#ixzz7NcRrpa9M
Overall, the unusual toppings and freshness of the fruits at Bo 林伯 Fresh Fruits Rojak are worth making a trip down for!
I’m always game for an unusual eating experience, so when my Makan Kaki Gayle Leong of Ice Ke Lim Specialty Asian Gelato invited me to try their rojak ice cream experiment, I was ready with a big s…
A relatively under-the-radar stall in the east, I like that the waiting time is minimal which makes it a fuss-free meal option for me. An above average plate of Fried Kway Teow which I will return for.
Located in a Joo Chiat coffee shop, Joo Chiat Place Fried Kway Teow sells one of the best char kway teow with strong wok hei!
Good wok hei, wet, soft and mushy, with the egg mixed in thoroughly, producing a balanced symphony of eggy, dark sauce sweet and light soy sauce savoury, and cockle-briny flavours. Oily enough without being cloying. One of the nicest char kway teows I have tried. I will travel here specially for this.
Call to pre-order if you can, otherwise go early.
One of the best things about this unique take on Black Pepper crab is that there’s enough gravy for dunking your mantou in, so if you wish for that saucy chilli crab experience with your Black Pepper Crab, then Eng Seng is the place to check out!
Ah Lim Mee Pok and Kway Teow Soup Joo Chiat Place review one of best mee pok in Singapore, with pictures of noodles, menu and coffee shop
It’s not often I’m up early, nor is it often I’m in the East side of the island, but if I am, it’s usually for just one thing: breakfast after a workout at East Coast Park. One of the go-to places …
We enjoyed our mee kia and mee pok at Ah Lim Jalan Tua Kong Mee Pok though we thought the noodles we had back then in Jalan Tua Kong tasted better – perhaps that was just sentimentality for the past.
Mee siam was below our expectation. It is like a signature dish here, and we expected dry, very flavourful mee siam. but it was wet with gravy piled on it. still tasty ok, but not quite meeting our expectations.
We hope that with new owners, Chilli Padi Nonya Joo Chiat would still be a place for cheap and good Peranakan food; and we certainly don’t want to see fancy bua kulauk ice cream or itek sio wrap replacing authentic traditional Peranakan dishes on Chilli Padi’s menu.
Lunch at Old Place Seafood Taiwan Porridge, coffee shop at Joo Chiat Place Singapore, review with pictures of menu with prices, food and restaurant ...
As Singapore’s weather gets wetter and cooler, we instinctively start seeking out meals that serve up maximum warmth and comfort. And nothing says, “Hello, monsoon season,” better than a steaming b…
For the price, Jiak is one of the cheapest private dining option in Singapore at the moment.
Chef Anon's version is probably the thickest I've eaten for green bean soup.
at Jiak, one can look forward to home cooked dishes largely inspired by Anon's grandmother.
Long Phung vietnamese restaurant in Joo Chiat is known for reasonably priced authentic Vietnamese food. It has a new outlet in Chinatown.
Another trip to Long Phung reminds me of how good it is. Beef Pho and Chicken Noodles are definitely deep in flavors and tender noodles and meat. Stir-Fried Squid in a Sweet and Sour sauce was a li…
Long Phung on Joo Chiat Road is a must for all SEA foodies - the best Vietnamese you are likely to get in Singapore - prepare to queue, but it is worth it
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Price wise, this comes cheaper than Da Dong and the waiting time is probably shorter as well. It is a good alternative if you want to have a competent bowl of prawn noodles in Joo Chiat.
The stock was more crustaceany and prawny, plus thick and layered, but not so sweet. The prawns were really fresh and sweet, so much so that you could pull the flesh off the shell very easily. Wah Kee was still the gold standard, of the prawny rather than porky broth as it was here, although this was really not bad.
Eating at British Hainan will feel like a time travel experience.
British Hainan Joo Chiat review of Quirky Restaurant for Hainanese Western Food at Carpmael Road Singapore with pictures of menu with price
Yes, and in fact I have returned and brought my folks to check this place out again since. Love the Oxtail Stew I had, and you should as well. Escape Singapore by visiting British Hainan.
The cream puff looks different – very regularly shaped. The place looks different. Just like any other old school cafe now. Coffee and cream puff taste good though.
CMC or Chin Mee Chin Confectionery along East Coast Road is an iconic coffeeshop for kaya toast and coffee and other treats.
Have you missed the nostalgic kaya toasts and bakes from Chin Mee Chin? They’ve reopened at their OG spot along East Coast Road! Read more.