Great place to find some authentic Indonesian kuehs and dishes made with a lot of passion!
Makan House by Ollella is a good hangout with good espresso coffee and authentic Indonesian fare.
For premium eclairs, the prices at Ollella aren’t bad at all.
I would definitely recommend trying the dishes here. Not only taste good, portion generous and the price is affordable as well.
When there are so many restaurants in Little India that leave you clueless of where to dine in, simply head down to Indian Express for an authentic experience.
All in all, I find the dishes available here to be quite a novelty. I’d say half the menu is alien to me, and complimented with half that locals would already know.
The Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant has a seating capacity of about 70-pax and they are on major delivery platforms too. The peak timing for the restaurant during dinner is after 730pm.
Overall, it was an enjoyable meal. All of the Indian dishes that we tried that night was good.
The comfortable ambience, consistently high quality and tasty food keeps me coming back, though service may tend to be hit-or-miss. Will return to Sakunthala's Restaurant for more!
Spice Brasserie at PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road has reopened its doors and we are all ready for their Christmas buffet.
I always like the buffet offered by Spice Brasserie. Since now it is ala carte format, it is even better. Sit back, order and eat.
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.
Someone had warned me :“don’t bother to try the sungei road laksa as the portion is really small nowadays and standard isn’t as great as bef...
Hawker food with long history is hard to come by in Singapore. If you have not yet tried Sungei Road Laksa, it is worth the trip to Jalan Besar for a taste of how Laksa is prepared and served in the past. I left feeling very satisfied.
Sungei Road Laksa is traditional hawker fare prepared and served in the good old way.
The Japanese dumpling, is a twist to the usual spicy wantons. Nice and of a good sized but I prefer the original sauce for that spicy kick.
Service at Dim Sum Haus is upbeat, happy, and friendly.
The dining vibe is casual and it helps that this is a place where you can enjoy all-day dim sum till the late night.
Although on the lighter side, it is still flavorful enough with crustacean essence and a underlying pork sweetness that does not make me feel guilty for finishing it to the last drop.
this one here at Tekka Centre is worth coming back for (665 Buffalo Road #01-326).
Authentic, delicious and over value for money.
I'm not a shareholder if anyone was suspecting. I just like their food.
Overall, it was a unique experience to try the minimalist preparation of live eels in PUTIEN.
PUTIEN has yet to disappoint. The eel dishes are deliberately meant to suit a lighter palette, but it has its place among the other greats in its menu.
On the whole, the food is lighter than elsewhere, and are suitable for older folks. Parents and grandparents may appreciate it.
We loved this signature dish that is made with homemade fine beancurd, deep-fried purple rice tofu topped with homemade minced meat sauce. Highly recommended to order this when you are here.
There is no GST and service charge applicable. If you planning to come over, be prepare to queue for at least an hour. They only accept walk-ins now.
If you are in the vicinity, and have a Bak Kut Teh craving, Jia Bin is worth a try.
The You Tao and Salted Vegetables are great accompaniments to the bak kut teh.
The star of the dish was really the noodles with the special sauce. Not too sure that it is worth the $5 price tag.
The dumplings, I must admit is one of the best I have had with any Wanton Mee.
A resounding yes. Some may dispute if it is worthy of the long wait, but at least for me, the wanton noodles is a taste I am fond of.
Their food ordering system felt out of place. There was no physical menu and we were asked to browse what they had via their website.
An absolute cannot-miss, the Signature Char Siew ($18 for 300gm) was decadent, sinful, and all kinds of delicious. Sticky, luscious, melty, it was redolent of honeyed nuance and smoky char.
The restaurant also carries a respectable range of ciders and ales for diners to complement their meal with.