Wong is super friendly and warm. And the food is superb. Really enjoyed ourselves here. Highly recommended.
It is amazing how many firsts I gave to Lucky House, particularly when I went in without expectations and left so amazed. The big question remains - how to score another appointment without killing myself with the wait.
A signature is the Lucky House Roasted Duck. The duck is marinated in fish sauce and soy sauce for 2 days and air dried. It is then charcoal grilled in his hand-built oven. The result is smokiness, crispy skin and tender meat.
Serving quality coffee and a fair range of light bites, Stamping Ground Coffee House in Siglap is a very nice neighbourhood cafe.
In all, Stamping Ground Coffee House isn't quite an exciting place for coffee or food but at least it smells good (they've an on-site florist) and it's a pretty place.
Stamping Ground Coffee’s breakfast menu is limited to 3 items, yet you’ll find satisfaction in the simplicity of each dish. The all-day menu features 10 dishes and each dish costs no more than S$15 nett.
Bedok Marketplace was a cracking dinner this day. Social Outcast, Burning Oaks, and The Naughty Chef be proud guys. The food is exceptional that you are
Khao Thai Food @ BedokMarket Place - “Bringing honest and authentic Thai fare to our discerning and loyal diners.”
Though their prices are steep for a coffee shop stall, The Social Outcast is generous with their servings and uses fresh ingredients.
This stall at Bedok Interchange (208B New Upper Changi Road #01-64) commanded a pretty long line at lunchtime today.
Delicious Fried Carrot Cake Stripes, an old school delight and this stall in Bedok is one of the most popular stalls for a quick post-meal snack.
Get a taxi now, get to Lagoon Hawker on East Coast Service Road.
245 East Coast Lagoon is one of the best locations for a Hawker center, right smack on the beach, drop by this drinks hawker for an ice cold..
Overall the food at JUMBO Seafood is good, it is a bit pricey due to the currency exchange. We probably expected more from the taste of the Herbal Drunken Live Prawns and the Signature Chili Crabs. The service here is good, something we must mention. We will definitely come back again in the future after we taste other Chili Crabs in other restaurants in Singapore. No regrets visiting JUMBO Seafood East Coast Seafood Centre again in Singapore.
An surprising twist, both ingredient combined well together, and each individual ingredient has their own unique and wasn't overpowering.
Overall, it was quite a nostalgic and nice experience eating at Jumbo again as this place has been around since I was like 10.
This is one of the few stalls serving the soup-style Bak Chor Mee at 85 Feng Shan Food Centre. There are other popular stalls in the same fo...
Jie Wei still serves his great grandfather's original "father of Singapore bak chor mee" version.
This is a simplified version of Bak Chor Mee with just a portion of thin egg noodles with minced pok and meatballs served in the lightly flavored pork broth. It is just no-frills comfort food. Read more: http://www.allaboutceil.com/2020/01/xing-ji-rou-cuo-mian-soup-bak-chor-mee.html#ixzz6QO7Dm6Eg
Service at Diamond Kitchen is friendly, casual, and efficient.
Overall, the current Sri Lankan crab promotions are value for money.
The spacious restaurant also has a lovely ambience, though I would have to say that the location of the outlet is far too inconspicuous for my liking.
Overall, one of the best Traditional Claypot Rice in Singapore
The tip is to call to order the claypot rice in advance to avoid the waiting time.
Eng’s Char Siew Wantan Mee at East Village is like the best of both worlds. Order both the Wanton Mee and Claypot Rice to share, and it should be a delightful meal.
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Mook’s Mookata @ 936 Hawker Siglap. What an addition to the hawker. Our new BFF’s. All EastCoasters get your families in here and try this
936 East Coast Road Food Centre Reviewhttps://islifearecipe.net/Today Hawker Hunting leads me and the family to our ‘local’ hawker in Siglap. Known as LTN or...
There is no lack of good hawker stalls in Blk 216 such as Chris Kway Chap and Sin Ho, and Prawn & Mee is worth trying if you are craving for prawn noodles.
While I wouldn’t say it’s the best prawn noodles I’ve had, I would say its worth a try.
The noodles at Prawn & Mee might come across as ordinary and basic, but give this store a chance and you’ll be in for a huge surprise.
ok prata place.
The prata is packed with savoury richness that hits me like tank, complemented by the crunchy prawns in it.
The prata was good but not for their speciality prata. I recommend everyone to try their normal prata and not expect too much.
It is difficult to find a good chwee kueh stall around with a good balance of the chye poh and steamed rice cake, so I will stick to this stall to satisfy my craving.
The latter made them really easy to eat. Liked the generosity of the cai por.
To all the Chwee Kueh lovers out there, you should definitely try this.
Traditional Teochew cuisine done with finesse, served at reasonable prices with friendly service and in a pleasant environment.
On the whole, the meal at Chin Lee Restaurant was enjoyable. We would agree that it is one of the best Teochew restaurant in the Eastern part of Singapore.
The overall flavour and combination of the ingredients here is very good, though I am also really curious how the curry itself will go with prata.
So, does Hock Hai deserve to be awarded a Michelin’s Bib Gourmand? I’m raising both of my hands up in agreement!
Known for its noodle bowls that brim with ingredients, it offers Curry Chicken Noodles at generous portions.