Pratunam Famous Thai Chicken & Pork Leg Rice – Geylang Coffeeshop Stall Sells Jay Fai-Inspired Crab Meat Omelette

Opened for a few months in the same coffee shop as my favourite satay stall, Pratunam Famous Thai Chicken & Pork Leg Rice offers comforting Thai dishes such as pork leg rice, chicken rice, moo ping and Thai fish cake! Pork Leg Rice or Chicken Rice? If you cannot decide, just go for the Pratunam… Read More The post Pratunam Famous Thai Chicken & Pork … Continue reading Pratunam Famous Thai Chicken & Pork Leg Rice – Geylang Coffeeshop Stall Sells Jay Fai-Inspired Crab Meat Omelette

Shima Goodwood Park Hotel – The Oldest Japanese Restaurant In Singapore

Established in 1980, Shima at Goodwood Park Hotel is the oldest Japanese restaurant in Singapore which is known for its traditional teppanyaki. It is frequented by Japanese expats and those with has a discerning appetite for fine Japanese cuisine. Freshly grilled … Continue reading → Read More for original article Established in 1980, Shima at Goodwood Park Hotel is the oldest Japanese restaurant in Singapore which is … Continue reading Shima Goodwood Park Hotel – The Oldest Japanese Restaurant In Singapore

Ajumma’s – Korean Favourites With Wallet-Friendly Prices At Funan. The Fluffy Steamed Egg Is A Must-Get

Walk pass this restaurant at Funan’s basement and you would often find a long line waiting to get in. If you are craving for comfort, Ajumma’s is the place to go to for casual Korean dining in Singapore. I think they got the correct name as it feels rather amiable (亲切) especially those who keep Read More for original article Walk pass this restaurant at … Continue reading Ajumma’s – Korean Favourites With Wallet-Friendly Prices At Funan. The Fluffy Steamed Egg Is A Must-Get

Sin Chao Gardens: A Great Place for Teochew Porridge

I think most Singaporeans get their Teochew Porridge fix either at home or at one of those late night coffeeshop stalls like Yue Shang Hai where all the cooked dishes are laid out for your picking. Places where dishes are cooked to order are less common. The one which I always remember fondly was Xu Jun Sheng at Joo Chiat. They had the most incredible … Continue reading Sin Chao Gardens: A Great Place for Teochew Porridge

Syohachi Wagyu Hamburg – Premium Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Hamburgs From $9.50. 50% OFF From 23-25 Oct

A Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Toastie for $7.70, Hamburg Steak from $9.50. Just so you know, “A5” is the highest grade given only to the finest Japanese beef. Syohachi Wagyu Hamburg prides itself in specialising in premium quality Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Hamburgs at inexpensive prices. Newly opened at One Raffles Place at the ground Read More for original article A Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef … Continue reading Syohachi Wagyu Hamburg – Premium Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef Hamburgs From $9.50. 50% OFF From 23-25 Oct

17 Best Patisseries & Cake Shops In Singapore (2020) To Find The Best Desserts

They say sugar is bad for you, but how bad can it be when it tastes oh-so-good? From cheesecakes, mousse cakes and fluffy chiffons to cream-filled eclairs and choux puffs, we just simply can’t resist them! If you have a … Continue reading → Read More for original article They say sugar is bad for you, but how bad can it be when it tastes … Continue reading 17 Best Patisseries & Cake Shops In Singapore (2020) To Find The Best Desserts

10 Must-Try MEE REBUS In Singapore – From Yunos N Family, Inspirasi, Rahim Muslim Food, To Afandi Hawa & Family Mee Rebus

Mee Rebus is one of the iconic hawker noodles dishes in Singapore, of yellow noodles served with thick and spicy potato-based gravy. “Rebus” means “to blanch” in Malay, and therefore “Mee Rebus refers to “blanched noodles”. The ingredients of Mee Rebus are typically included with hard-boiled egg, bean sprouts, fried shallots, tau kwa (fried beancurd) Read More for original article Mee Rebus is one of … Continue reading 10 Must-Try MEE REBUS In Singapore – From Yunos N Family, Inspirasi, Rahim Muslim Food, To Afandi Hawa & Family Mee Rebus

Hidden Gem Japanese Dining at Great World: &JOY Dining Hall

Tucked in a remote corner of the newly renovated basement of Great World is a hidden gem which you might easily miss when you are hunting for something to eat. It is located where the old food court used to be, but is now a smaller, cosier space which has been turned into a Japanese Dining Hall. The post Hidden Gem Japanese Dining at Great … Continue reading Hidden Gem Japanese Dining at Great World: &JOY Dining Hall

Ginza Shinto – NEW Omakase Restaurant With Creative Touch. Negitoro Ikura Uni Don At $35 Opening Special

A new contemporary Japanese omakase restaurant, Ginza Shinto, hits the Mohamed Sultan area. You may not find the words “contemporary” and “omakase” in the same line often in Singapore, so come expecting some twists and creative streaks in many of the items. Truffle oil here, roasted crisp rice puffs there, a touch of edible flowers, Read More for original article A new contemporary Japanese omakase … Continue reading Ginza Shinto – NEW Omakase Restaurant With Creative Touch. Negitoro Ikura Uni Don At $35 Opening Special

Simple Cafe 簡單 。- NEW Hidden Taiwanese Cafe With Japanese Desserts At West Coast

The newest addition to NEWest (pun unintended) is the 15 seater-space, Simple Cafe 簡單, with a Taiwanese vibe. Other food places in the same NEWest building at West Coast Drive include Pizza Arc, Hakata Japanese Restaurant, Bird Folks, Igokochi Dining Bar, Lazy Lizard, Lotus Garden Restaurant, Kim Eng Chicken Rice, Los Jefes Tacqueria, Springleaf Prata Read More for original article The newest addition to NEWest … Continue reading Simple Cafe 簡單 。- NEW Hidden Taiwanese Cafe With Japanese Desserts At West Coast