Godmama is one of the popular dining places in Funan Mall. They are located on the 4th level and specialized in serving Modern Peranakan Food.
Ayam Buah Keluak (19.9) was a tad oily, and the lack of colour reflected in lack in richness. Perhaps it did not have enough of the nut.
Godmama at Funan Mall serves Modern Peranakan food.
rice dumpling stuffed with pork, flavour's not bad but meat was a little dry-ish but the rice was moist and tender.
I would have given this a thumbs up if there were more bak kwa in the fried rice.
I wouldn't mind having this again.
The relaxation of safe management measures and allowing up to five persons to dine means I have been meeting my friends quite often over the...
【PS. Cafe @ Raffles City】▪️ Address: Raffles City S.C, 252 North Bridge Road, #03-37, Singapore 179103▪️ Opening hours: Daily 11.00am - 10.00pm, Last order a...
Their hae mee was still outstanding like we remembered it. Probably the only food from this region that they did right by.
Dining at 藝 yì is always an experience, and should be tried at least once.
The fatty Steamed Cod Fillet is cooked to perfection excellently paired with fermented black beans and olives brightening the cod fish's buttery flavour.
On the whole, 藝 Yì By Jereme Leung offers tasty Chinese food, a lovely dining environment, and excellent service.
The overall dining experience was pleasant and with the attentive and friendly services as well as quality food, I do not mind being back again for more.
Just passable in terms of sweetness and freshness of the sashimi, in this Special Sashimi Don. You could still taste vestiges of the freeze in the fish.
Enjoyed their ankimo. Their ponzu jelly wasn't particularly intense so one tasted mostly ankimo.
Besides the puffs, the Malay stall also offers items like Nasi Lemak. This will be another breakfast option while waiting for your traditional Kopi, eggs and toasts at Heap Seng Leong.
Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop, the old school coffee shop you have to visit.
curry not tasty & puff a bit chewy doughy.
I loved the skinny noodles either way, and it was much better than that tsukemen that I had last time.
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阿夫利 Afuri ramen + dumpling in Funan Mall is worth a visit whether you want to try their famed yuzu ramen or you want a simple casual Japanese meal. Their traditional tonkotsu ramen and cha shu don are enjoyable.
there was a S$28 重庆烤鱼promotion include 2 drinks & 2 rice.
Riverside Grilled Fish 江边城外 has since expanded to 54 outlets in China with Singapore being the first Riverside Grilled Fish set up outside of China in Singapore.
Will try another fish with another sauce the next time.
Zam Zam's nasi goreng mutton uses diced mutton cubes. Meat was nicely scorched but dried up.
They've a nice creamy kurma on the menu too. A good rendition but definitely not the best around. The mutton was a dusky pink and fork tender.
I am looking forward to my next trip back to Zam Zam to try their Murtabak and I am keeping my fingers crossed that I will not make the wrong order again.
Service was friendly and the food was pretty decent. A point to note for those who are sitting near the stone wall is to be careful in case there is abrasion as the surface was uneven.
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A friend had recommended Ajumma’s Korean Restaurant when she knew I will be going to Funan Mall , but it was after lunch hours and the di...
Who say healthy eating can’t be delicious and Chef Albert will prove you wrong.
I am filled with awe for Tiong Bahru Bakery Diner New Menu. Lots of vegetarian dishes are this delicious. Who say healthy eating can’t be delicious and Chef Albert will prove you wrong.
I highly recommend this place if you are wondering if it is worth a trip! I'll be back there myself
Kurasu Singapore Waterloo Centre - Specialty Coffee from Kyoto, tasting hand drip coffee Nicaragua. House Blend, Fuyu Moe flavours ...
At the right time and day, Kurasu is a nice space to chill over good coffee. If you are around Bugis or Cityhall, this might just be one of the best secret hideouts in town for now.
Kurasu aims to be a place where people drink, buy and talk about coffee, and I believe that this hidden gem (given its non- conspicuous location at level 2 of Odeon Tower) given more publicity will shine in the future.
The best part? It is halal-certified so our Muslim friends can enjoy the dim sum, too!
But though the food was decent, there are many other dim sum places that can satisfy my tummy better.
The Dim Sum Place also offers double boiled soup, noodles, claypot items, roasted meats and a variety of sweet desserts.
Inle Myanmar Restaurant sells delicious and homely food, making it a great place for people to get acquainted with Burmese cuisine.
My take on my virgin experience on Myanmar food at Inle Myanmar Restaurant
If are not conservative about food, a place worth exploring.
Tenjin Raffles City is a nice Japanese restaurant for quality tendon & tempura; casual chic space, efficient service & reasonable prices.
This was the Inaniwa cold udon set with the tempura. Not bad.
Not bad. I like the tempura here much better than the grease logged and oft mentioned Tendon Kohaku which I never understood.
乐天皇朝 Paradise Dynasty Funan is a pleasant and comfortable place to have a nice Chinese meal; sufficient variety on the menu and prices are reasonable.
Paradise Group’s stable of restaurants launches seasonal items from 6 July for a limited time only.
If you’re a fan of dim sum and drinking, or just curious about how the xiao long bao will turn out, then come give it a try!
I really enjoyed my time at Atlas.
Singapore’s cocktail bars scene has seen many interesting new entries but when it comes to sheer grandeur, Atlas is hard to beat. See it to believe it.
I want to emphasize that this is not to say the food isn’t good; The dishes are still tasty but the food is problematic and the problems could easily be solved. For that reason, based on what we ate today, we won’t return for the food but we will definitely be back for the stellar cocktails.
Gather certainly is a good addition to Raffles Hotel as the casual cafe brand helps bring the luxurious hotel brand closer to the hearts of more people.
Gather is a new and upcoming cafe that exudes a colonial yet modern vibe.
Gather is an affordable dining option in 6 star Raffles Hotel. Menu may be limited, but it is a nice new cafe with delightful galette & crepe & good coffee.
PPP Coffee Review of cafe at Funan Mall Singapore with pictures of coffee and food menus, coffee, cake and snacks ....
Decent slightly woody and acidic latte from this offshoot of Chye Seng Huat Hardware.
PPP Coffee is certainly a refreshing take of the cafe scene that is seemingly bland of the late; a spot that one should certainly visit at least once for the experience.
The Butcher’s Block is a great contender alongside with all the other big names of steak houses in Singapore and should be right up there on your list for a great date night or a splurge with friends.
I like the dining ambience at the Butcher’s Block and while prices are relatively steep for dinner, there is a good selection of premium cuts of meat from the ala carte menu.
If you're celebrating a special occasion here, be sure to let the staff know beforehand!