Tag: Beach Road


91 Fried Kway Teow Mee - 'Healthier' Char Kway Teow With Loads Of Greens, At Golden Mile Food Centre

A ‘healthy’ plate of Char Kway Teow? Why not? Named after the stall’s number at the Golden Mile Food Centre, 91 Fried Kway Teow Mee 91翠绿炒粿條面 is known for its healthier version of Char Kway Teow – no pork, no lard, added with toppings of chye sim. The stall is easily spotted as it is located near the entrance of the “Beach Road Army Market” food centre. There is a sign that states that the stall is Michelin Recommended – it has a “Michelin Plate”. However, even as its opening hours states till 7pm (8pm on Google), it seems......

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Chung Cheng Chilli Mee - Special Sarawak-Style Chilli Prawn Noodles At Golden Mile Food Centre, With Michelin Recommendation

Chung Cheng Chilli Mee – Special Sarawak-Style Chilli Prawn Noodles At Golden Mile Food Centre, With Michelin Recommendation

You may just dismiss this stall as yet another Prawn Noodle stall, but it is THE Chilli Mee that is the outstanding dish. Located at the second level of Golden Mile Food Centre (otherwise known as Army Market Food Centre), Chung Cheng Chilli Mee崇正辣椒面is one of the stalls that...

March 11, 2019
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The Green Ducklings – Café Offering Unconventional Food From Cereal Prawn Pasta, Smoked Salmon Cake To Carrot Cake With Nacho Cheese

The Green Ducklings – Café Offering Unconventional Food From Cereal Prawn Pasta, Smoked Salmon Cake To Carrot Cake With Nacho Cheese

The food items on the menu may get you noticing… Unagi Sandwich, Century Egg Pasta, Carrot Cake with Nacho Cheese. Though I would say nothing there would beat Smoked Salmon Cake in terms of unconventionality. Want/dare to try? The Green Ducklings is newly opened at The Concourse Shopping Mall...

October 31, 2018
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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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