Food – Singapore


One Bowl Restaurant & Bar - Home Style Cooking In A Restaurant. Go For The Char Siew Noodles

I was there for the Char Siew Noodles, described by a friend as “the yummiest char siew noodle I had in a long long time”, but found myself liking the other dishes. One Bowl Restaurant & Bar at Jalan Sultan is where you can find home-style cooking in a restaurant. Located within The Sultan Hotel Lobby, the person helming the kitchen is Chef Tammie Loke – a retired LTA veteran and home-cook turned chef. The menu features Singapore home favourites, from Fried Roast Duck Bee Hoon ($9.90), Ngoh Hiang ($12.00), Fish Porridge ($8.90) and Char Siew Rice ($8.90) which......

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New Ubin Seafood - Popular Michelin Bib Gourmand Zhi Char Fare In The EAST, With Deliveroo Editions

New Ubin Seafood – Popular Michelin Bib Gourmand Zhi Char Fare In The EAST, With Deliveroo Editions

Horray for friends around Katong and East Coast. Some may not know that Deliveroo Singapore has launched “Deliveroo Editions”, where those staying in Katong and neighbouring zones can order food from selected restaurants, even if they are not in Katong. The Deliveroo Editions partner-restaurants include New Ubin Seafood, Aloha...

December 07, 2017
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FOMO Singapore - Hipster Food Court In The Heart Of Kampong Glam. For Kakak Kentang, Laksa Pasta, Chicken Ramen

FOMO Singapore – Hipster Food Court In The Heart Of Kampong Glam. For Kakak Kentang, Laksa Pasta, Chicken Ramen

Do you have a “Fear Of Missing Out”? Then you should know about FOMO, a hip food court situated in the heart of Kampong Glam area at Sultan Gate (opposite A.R.C Coffee). This food court was probably built for Instagram. It has a tropical-paradise themed ambience with Instagrammable facades,...

November 17, 2017
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Jin Ho Mia - "The Good Life" Hotpot With Flavourful Soup, Seafood, Sio Bak And Instant Noodles

Jin Ho Mia – “The Good Life” Hotpot With Flavourful Soup, Seafood, Sio Bak And Instant Noodles

Interesting, what’s with all the Hokkien-named restaurants of late? Jiakpalang, Jiak Kang Tang, Jiak, Kueh Ho Jiak, Chiak, Ho-Jiak. The first one or two can be cute. But after too many similar-sounding ones, differentiation and branding can be tricky. “Jin Ho Mia” which means “a really good life” in...

September 18, 2017
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Folklore - Singapore Heritage Cuisine by Chef Damian D'Silva, Worth The Visit At Destination Singapore Beach Road

Folklore – Singapore Heritage Cuisine by Chef Damian D’Silva, Worth The Visit At Destination Singapore Beach Road

People have asked me when the next food trend is, and I said Singaporeans would likely go back to “heritage food” and “back in the roots”. It wasn’t surprising to find Folklore full-house on a weekend evening. I saw large families, groups who brought other ang moh friends, all...

August 11, 2017
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Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice - NEW Branch At Upper Thomson. Gooey, Messy Hainanese Curry Rice

Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice – NEW Branch At Upper Thomson. Gooey, Messy Hainanese Curry Rice

Beach Road Scissors Cut Curry Rice 美芝律剪刀剪咖喱饭 was one of the pioneers of Scissor Cut Curry Rice, somewhat like your chye png stall with ingredients cut up for easier consumption, drenched with various gooey sauces. The Hainanese shop has opened a new branch at Upper Thomson, taking over the...

August 10, 2017
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