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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.
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.
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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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.
Petit Pain definitely got my attention when pictures of its unassuming croissants, as well as rumours of its perpetual snaking queues, started popping up on social media.
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.
I definitely ate more than I should, the food was way more than enough for 7 of us and burp.
I've lost count of the number of times I've dined at BITP but I know I'll definitely visit again real soon. I just can't get enough of their signature soup and fried fish skin!
The service is excellent but I felt extremely uncomfortable when they bowed 90 degrees to us every time after they served us.
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.
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
Wanton Mee – White plate or Green plate? That’s the battle of the Wantan Mees at Tanjong Katong. After the original owners of Eng’s Wantan Mee sold it to a group, the relatives decided to open on the other side of the street – Eng’s Char Siew Wantan Mee. So naturally, the debate began.
Overall, we sure like Eng’s Char Siew Wanton Mee.
Not sure if i will come here again but if you like noodles, this shop is the place to go to.
Having term as the Best Singapore Banana Pie in Singapore, there is no doubt that they have many returning customers and die-hard fans. Their pies are selling like hot cakes and sold out easily. Do go down early before they get sold out.
In conclusion, if you’re looking for a good pie or chocolate tart, be sure to check them out!
You won’t find another bakery with the same pastries they offer, neither will you get the same taste.
While the set lunches are decently price, an ala carte meal would be pricey for a cafe. Expect to spend close to $50 per pax for a meal over the weekend.
Service at Cafe Melba, in their Goodman Arts Centre outlet, is good. Staff are proactive and friendly, quickly greeting and seating guests.
Two visits later and I can finally conclude. A nice place to lay back and chill but it’s not a place I say you can keep returning regularly even though it has a nice Aussie vibe. Food wise I say it’s marginal for the price. It was hearty, good for sharing but I was expecting if I’m going to pay that much.
Food at 800 Degrees Woodfired Kitchen spans traditional Italian cuisine, in particular, pizza and rotisserie chicken. Their pizza in particular is outstanding, made using quality ingredients and freshly baked over a blend of various types of wood, rivaling the best restaurants around.
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Their seriousness towards the whole process of preparing a neapolitan pizza, from importing Neapolitan flour from Italy to utilising an actual wood-fired oven is admirable.
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.
Service at King's Cart Coffee Factory is friendly and personable.
The nice thing was that the broth was solid: savory, punchy, and crisp. And the dumplings and garnish were nicely done too.
dry mee pok version was a big letdown given how mushy the noodles were.
Overall, it is a good fishball noodle and I think the soup version will be better compared to the dry version.
Burger Frites Review Joo Chiat
Burger Frites’ prices (with service charge and GST added) were a tad high we thought but the burgers were good though.
This cosy restaurant serves up gourmet burgers and homemade fries and has been a popular hangout spot for burger lovers living in the area.
I will return for the roast duck next and hopefully, it lives up to the standards of the other meats I had this time. This stall is worth a journey if you love chicken rice and roast meats.
Famous for their Roast Chicken Rice, but I love it for their Char Siew. Old School, Sweet Caramelised Fatty Pork. Their Roast Pork as well, not too salty at the bottom and crispy at its skin with a mixture of lean and fatty centres.