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10 Must-Try Food Stalls at Golden Mile Food Centre – Twin Peaks Noodles, “Healthy” Char Kway Teow, YaLoh Herbal Duck

Golden Mile Food Centre used to be where I go to after “settling stuff” at the Army Market upstairs – the place of relief for many army boys and NSMen. Buy in-camp things then go downstairs eat. The food centre which was opened since 1975, has a good mix of stalls both upstairs and downstairs. Most of the Halal stalls are located downstairs. When I visited during the weekend evenings, there were also performers singing oldies which really added to the atmosphere. There are many other famous and worthy stalls here, such as Ah Xiao Teochew Braised Duck, Golden......

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10 Underrated Bakery Cafes In Singapore - For Laksa Lava Toast, Hainanese Chicken Bread, To Fluffy Croissants

10 Underrated Bakery Cafes In Singapore – For Laksa Lava Toast, Hainanese Chicken Bread, To Fluffy Croissants

Having a mad craving for delicious Almond Croissants and Sour Dough of late, and became searching for “Best Bakery Cafes In Singapore”. Despite our humid weather, we actually have quite many decent bakery cafes available in Singapore. Here are 10 more under-rated Bakery Cafes in Singapore. I left out...

February 27, 2019
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10 Must-Try Chinatown Complex Food Centre Hawker Stalls, Before They Close For Renovations From March

10 Must-Try Chinatown Complex Food Centre Hawker Stalls, Before They Close For Renovations From March

Chinatown Complex Food Centre located at Block 335 Smith Street is the largest hawker centre in Singapore with over 260 food stalls, also boosting the world’s first Michelin hawker stall. Come here during lunch time, and you would find an interesting mix of the local elderly, office executive and...

February 23, 2019
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8 Best Mazesoba aka “Japanese Bak Chor Mee” In Singapore, including A $6 Mazesoba Found At Amoy Street Food Centre

8 Best Mazesoba aka “Japanese Bak Chor Mee” In Singapore, including A $6 Mazesoba Found At Amoy Street Food Centre

Singaporeans are typically fond of their tonkotsu-style ramen, and some may still be unfamiliar with Mazesoba. Some people describe this as ”Japanese Bak Chor Mee” – not that wrong either. Mazesoba, literally translated as “mixed noodles” is a type of broth-less ramen, particularly popular during the hotter summer months....

January 31, 2019
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