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Time For Thai - Inexpensive Halal-Certified Thai Eatery At Bukit Timah, Opens Till 3 or 4am

Cheong Chin Nam Road at Bukit Timah is lined with many casual eateries, making it a suitable place for dinners and supper. The only thing is its limited parking space, but there is always Beauty World MRT station just nearby. If you are looking for Thai food supper, Time For Thai is opened till wee hours of the night – 4am on Fridays and Saturdays, 3am on the other days. This makes it suitable socialising eatery for night owls who are Thai food lovers. Plus, the eatery has been MUIS Halal certified so fellow Muslim friends can satisfy their......

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Haráru Izakaya - 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, For Japanese Food With Tatami Dining Experience

Haráru Izakaya – 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, For Japanese Food With Tatami Dining Experience

Haráru Izakaya has indicated that it is the 1st Muslim Owned Izakaya in Singapore, boosting of a modern ‘bar’ with tatami dining experience. Even though the Japanese word “izakaya” 居酒屋 technically represents a casual gastropub, there is NO ALCOHOL sold at Haráru Izakaya. Only mocktails, flavoured sodas, dealcoholized wines,...

May 09, 2017
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Jinjja Chicken – Mouth-Watering Korean Fried Chicken, Jjajjamyeon, Tteokbokki Fries. 진짜!

Jinjja Chicken – Mouth-Watering Korean Fried Chicken, Jjajjamyeon, Tteokbokki Fries. 진짜!

Jinjja? 진짜! Singapore has seen another Korean Fried Chicken shop, this time conspicuously located at Bugis Village, a fast food concept offering restaurant-quality Korean food. Think Jjajangmyeon (black soybean paste noodles), Seafood Jjamppong (rich spicy soup noodle), Mandu (dumplings) and Korean Bingsu (shaved ice dessert). Everything, all in one...

November 05, 2015
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