Food – Singapore


7 Restaurants To Bring Your Foreign Kakis For Modern Local Fare. Plus Get $10 OFF Your Bill!

This question keeps popping up. Some international guests and friends (I shall call them collectively ‘kakis’ here) arrive at Singapore for a holiday and visit. Where should we bring them to experience some Asian and local delights, other than the hawker centres (and Michelin starred restaurants)? An all-you-can-eat buffet offering some of the best local delights is one of the most obvious choices. Also, why not a hipster wanton noodle shop, or a modern European restaurant with local influence in the heart of Singapore’s Chinatown? Here are some 7 restaurants you can bring your foreign kakis (and local friends......

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10 Best Restaurants In Singapore 2016 - Restaurant Andre and Waku Ghin Lead The Way

10 Best Restaurants In Singapore 2016 – Restaurant Andre and Waku Ghin Lead The Way

This list of best restaurants in Singapore is derived from the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016. (Read: Singapore Michelin Guide 2016 for the Michelin star restaurants.) The selected restaurants are picked by a panel of “an influential group of over 300 leaders in the restaurant industry across Asia” and...

March 02, 2016
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[Closed] Truly Test Kitchen - Hawkerpreneurs Set Up Coffeeshop, Big-Portioned Food At $2, $3.50, $4.50!

[Closed] Truly Test Kitchen – Hawkerpreneurs Set Up Coffeeshop, Big-Portioned Food At $2, $3.50, $4.50!

Updated: Truly Test Kitchen has ceased serving walk-in customers and is now offering delivery-only services. Taxi uncle got lost bringing me to Kampong Ampat, even though he sounded with great confidence of knowledge of its location. I was going to Truly Test Kitchen, which is the Version 2.0 of...

January 22, 2016
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Big Lazy Chop 大懶排 - "Da Lan Pai" Serves Huge Indo Curry Crayfish Noodles And XL Ribs At Short Street

Big Lazy Chop 大懶排 – “Da Lan Pai” Serves Huge Indo Curry Crayfish Noodles And XL Ribs At Short Street

Does anyone find the name “Da Lan Pai” 大懶排 mildly offensive? Maybe try saying it in another dialect. I was actually more amused than anything, at the tongue-in-cheek derivation from Hong Kong’s cooked food stalls. “Big Lazy Chop” is the literal translation, and the actual name of this dining...

December 28, 2015
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