claypot rice very flavourful..mee sua was good too..
All in all a great meal and gathering at One Bowl Restaurant!
Overall, One Bowl Restaurant and Bar sure set a standard for the One Bowl Singaporean Cuisine.
After another satisfying meal at Eat 3 Bowls (呷三碗) with a friend, we walked past a coffee shop located within Sultan Plaza and immediately...
With big portions and tasty food, l will be back for their tasty mee sua and more boozy seafood noodle goodness.
While you’re here, try out some of their other unique seafood noodle dishes as well!
I truly enjoyed Famous Pao Fan, especially their rendition with lobster.
There used to be a time where Pao Fan is only served in premium Chinese restaurants and the Pao Fan trend in hawker stalls over the past six months is a welcoming treat for all Pao Fan lovers. Drop by Famous Pao Fan if you are in the vicinity.
I kinda liked the thin slices of kurobuta pork here.
For those who’re looking for a final taste of the bak kut teh, be sure to make reservations to secure a seat.
Overall, I have enjoyed the meal at Founder Bak Kut Teh. I like the addition of the new dishes, giving diners a more complete meal experience.
Today, their consistent quality over the years means they still remain a solid place for Bak Kut Teh, albeit with slightly more premium pricing.
We thought well of Tocha Bistro, especially if you enjoy your beers. Moreover, they offer quite a handful of delicious dishes to go along with the drinks.
Tocha Bistro is the new gastropub that replaces char gril bar at Hotel Boss. The grastropub is actually located at the back of the hotel along the canal, giving diners the feel of alfresco dining alongside the river.
Overall, it is worth re-visiting for their food and peaceful ambiance at night. Great that the MRT is just a few minutes away, giving the drinkers an excuse to indulge and be more environmentally friendly?
When I first heard about the restaurant being held at Hotel Boss, I was thinking of what to expect. The hotel is a short couple of minute...
The relaxing ambience makes it a great place to chill with friends.
Papasan 17 has become the family's hangout for reasonably priced delicious western fare though that is probably the only food and beverage outlet within the hotel that is spacious.
This visit made me rethink my opinions about Papasan or why I even shunned it previously, a hidden gem with affordable and tasty western options. Now, bring on the local fare!
For my first visit in many years, I wouldn’t be satisfied with just hokkien mee at Golden Mile Food Centre . I walked a few rounds and decid...
This would be my first time in many years to Golden Mile Hawker Centre but I think the timing was right as the food center just completed it...
the choon kee roast meats were good-roast pork char siew both good, roast duck ok..
We absolutely loved the Roast Angus Beef with Truffle Puree.
Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road has a successful revamp last year, with a strong focal point in the interior design of Ginger by award winning Singapore-based Australian designer Emma Maxwell, denominated by soothing pastel colours and floral wallpapers in a spacious setting.
While Ginger appeared to be an affordable buffet on paper, especially with the promise of free-flow seafood, the reality fell quite short.
We look forward to seeing how Kumoya gets morphed into Kiki and Lala’s very own heavenly Land of Stars, with hanging clouds, lots of stars, and decked in dreamy pastel tones.
Have a go with their claw machine and you might walk away with your own We Bare Bear plushie.
From adults to children, there is plenty for all generations to enjoy.
Like a gigantic monster ravaging through Singapore’s city hall, the interesting decoration of eight crustacean legs popping out from the wal...
If you are looking for a place for gathering and to enjoy fresh seafood with Asian Twist, HolyCrab is definitely up your alley.
Their wok-hei dishes worth to give it a try.
I seldom take duck confit, did today & it was better than most..skin crispy and meat was moist and tender and tasty.
The quality of the dishes at The Masses offers good value for its accessible prices.
I'm not sure how quickly I'll come back given that the bill here can add up after a number of plates and drinks.
Richly flavoured beef braised till tender and complement with chillies, ginger and 7 spices blended in coconut milk. Shiok!
Finding authentic heritage food these days are challenging. More often than not, even if they claimed to be made with good old recipes, they are products of central kitchens.
Here I’ve highlighted eight homemade dishes (including dessert) designed to be shared with family and friends — available at Folklore exclusively from 4th to 19 February 2019.
If you’re looking for a compelling argument to give pig liver a try, there’s a hawker stall you need to visit—Jin Xi Lai (Mui Siong) Minced Meat Noodle.
Jin Xi Lai (Mui Siong) Minced Meat Noodle, situated in Yi He Eating House, boasts a BCM recipe that’s more than 50 years old!
The highlight is actually the bowl of flavoursome soup that comes with the bowl of noodles. What really stood out is the pig liver! It is thickly sliced and comes with a texture you probably has never eaten before. Crunchy and yet with a soft interior, it is quite hard to describe in words. You still need to try it for yourself to be taken apart by the amazing texture.