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.
A charming slice of France in Joo Chiat. Braseiro seems relatively under the radar when it comes to steak frites in Singapore and that makes up part of its charm. Head here for a cosy and affordable steak meal, and the service is very hospitable too.
Braseiro Steak Frites Restaurant Joo Chiat Singapore
places like Uno Beef House are bargains that I enjoy exploring. But I was (foolishly) expecting something completely different for this special occasion, and yet we still paid quite a bit in the end. At least the fries were half-decent.
Really nice chocolate Pain Au Chocolate – layery, flaky, delicate, fully and buttery. The Canele was moist and spongy too.
Petit Pain, a popular small batch Bakery in Joo Chiat, and Japanese style bakery Kamome @ Joo Chiat offer delectable healthy bread.
Petit Pain makes delicious pastries that are affordable for everyone without compromising quality and tradition.
It took me quite long to finally try Da Dong, and no regrets at all. The dry prawn noodles is a clear winner for me.
Da Dong Prawn Noodles dishes out one of the better prawn noodles I’ve tasted in Singapore.
The pricing for the prawn mee is bound to raise some eyebrows at 13 - 20 SGD, a price range beyond the norms of what is expected of hawker food pricing.
Kings Cart Joo Chiat is the place to go if you are tired of the usual espresso, cappuccino and pour-over coffees. How about Sng Buey coffee, Salted Caramel and Coconut Affogato for a change?
Well, they are new and I look forward to see them grow further into a better café with positive vision.
Food at King's Cart Coffee Factory is modern European, with a dash of local Singaporean influence. While the menu is rather small, dishes are hearty and tasty, with straightfoward but pleasing flavour combinations.
La Bottega Enoteca is an Italian wine bar, salumeria, and restaurant located in Singapore, specifically at 346 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427596.
A private dining chef opened up a restaurant out in Joo Chiat a couple of years ago, and fortunately it's a bit easier to get a table these days (346 Joo Chiat Road).
It is a carb heavy meal and there are items which I am keen to try on the ala carte menu. La Bottega is best enjoyed with a small group of friends or family and that is enough reason to head back to try more dishes.
Personally, we prefer the old Sinpopo where it feels more family orientated. The selection of dishes for the new Sinpopo is rather limited and may not be suited to everyone's taste. While the main courses are a tad pricey, the desserts such as the cakes are worth trying.
Another must-try was the Satay Ayam ($16) smoky and succulent morsels of chicken thigh sided by a mild crushed peanut sauce.
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Sambal goreng was generally a failsafe with rice. This one seemed to taste a little different from the last time we ordered it though. Still delicious.
The food is delicious and the prices are very reasonable.Be prepared to have a feast if you are visiting Hjh Maimunah Restaurant.
This should be a familiar name to the Muslim community in Singapore, as the restaurant was established since the early 1990s.
The food is a bonus to their coffee, which is already stellar in my books. You’ll definitely find me here again, lounging over another plate of pasta, with a cuppa to go along.
Overall, Homeground Coffee is a lovely and homely space, they do great coffee and have a decent selection of food to choose from, and coupled with being in the stunning area of Katong, you have another fantastic cafe to choose from in the neighbourhood.
Service was friendly and cheerful. The prices are reasonable and the place has a relaxed charm. We will certainly return to Homeground Coffee Roasters in Joo Chiat for their coffee. We like the food too.
CMCR JC is a great addition to the Joo Chiat enclave and hopefully, it will create more buzz in the neighbourhood. I am happy to drop by for coffee or pancakes any time.
Common Man Coffee Roasters is not new to Singapore, having operated out of it’s flagship store at Martin Rd since 2013. Eight years later, you’ll find them brewing at Stanley St— and as of June 2021, their third branch has just sprouted up at Joo Chiat Rd.
Common Man Coffee Roasters Joo Chiat
After tasting quite a number of Banh Mi in Singapore, Joo Chiat Caphe's spread is quite decent. I'm still in search for better ones, any recommendations?
The banh mi had varied and complementary texture and flavours. The baguette was crispy, the vegetables were crunchy, the chicken cold cut was savoury, the floss was savoury sweet, and the pate was fresh and sweet, and bound everything together. The whole thing tasted savoury and fresh. The coffee was standard Vietnamese, bitter and strong.
Joo Chiat Caphe specialises in different variations of banh mi. Pair yours with their Vietnamese drip coffee! Read more.
While marketed as a breakfast and lunch venue, this cafe would be a dinner option on Joo Chiat Road. The price point would make it tricky for an everyday meal, but for special occasions, we can always make an exception.
The service is warm and friendly during our visit, though I do feel that it can also be toned down a little.
The prices at C Cafe are not low, but the menu prices are nett. We like the cosy welcoming atmosphere and the friendly staff. The food and coffee are good. The new C Cafe is a welcome addition to the bustling cafe scene in Joo Chiat.
The pretty cake was gently and flowery sweet, very delicate and layered, with many different textures, from the fruity guava and elderflower mousse encasing three different layers – diced fresh pears, pink guava jelly and a buttery and crumbly cookie base. The latte was so so though, very milky.
Tigerlily Patisserie is a great addition to Joo Chiat, which joins the ranks of popular establishments like Da Dong Prawn Noodles and Petit Pain. Expect to pay higher than average prices for tarts, crazy queues and one aspect which could be better, the service.
Tigerlily Patisserie cafe in Joo Chiat is a great option for breakfast & brunch; and for beautifully crafted sweet & savoury pastries.
Prairie by Craftsmen is one of the many new cafes in the Joo Chiat area. I am not much of a cafe person, but I wanted to try, and went for a work meeting.
Prairie By Craftsmen Cafe in Joo Chiat opens early and is a nice place for breakfast/brunch with good coffee to kick start your day.
I finally made it out to Yi Zun tonight (60 Joo Chiat Road #01-08, 6909-9287), and it was much better than Salar.
The only thing that I didn't like about this bowl was the beef, which was too lean and dry, especially compared to Xibu Mahua. But I'm more than happy to eat here again.
I rate the beef noodle as OK. I won’t mind coming back to try their other noodle dishes.
Hjh Maimunah Joo Chiat is a huge nasi padang restaurant at the Geylang Serai end of Joo Chiat Road. Lots of traditional Malay & Indonesian dishes await those who believe that variety is the spice of life.
To me, this pulut panggang was next-level delicious and truly a revelation. Beautifully bundled to look like a sweet, it was the perfect balance of spicy, sweet and savoury.
Humble Origins Coffee Roasters does bring underrated options to the table, especially with their coffee. It’s definitely worth a shot for coffee connoisseurs and curious cafe-goers!
Humble Origins Coffee Roasters in Joo Chiat is a pleasant spot to enjoy quality coffee from Myanmar and some interesting comfort food.
Homeground Coffee Roasters is a great addition to Katong if you ever need a caffeine fix in this precinct. While the space is not that friendly in terms of tables for big groups, it may just be a good idea as well to enjoy that intimate coffee conversation with your partner or close friend.
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This is Chef Eugene’s version of peanut soup dessert. Peanut milk is combined with muscovado syrup, giving a very rich and nutty flavored sweet drink.
The Place I love how there is always something new in Joo Chiat every month and the latest dining concept to open is 808 Eating House, a contemporary South-East Asian restaurant by new F&B grou…