Original Changi Ten Mile Fried Carrot Cake – Well-Fried Black Carrot Cake With a Touch of Wok Hei

I love old coffeeshops. It’s not exactly a place where you can gather your thoughts or work on your laptop, but it is a place where everyone knows everyone else, and strangers become friends after sharing a table. This old coffeeshop at Blk 21 Old Airport Road is where you will find breakfast for champions…. Read More The post Original Changi Ten Mile Fried Carrot … Continue reading Original Changi Ten Mile Fried Carrot Cake – Well-Fried Black Carrot Cake With a Touch of Wok Hei

Dolc Patisserie – NEW French Desserts And Pastry Cafe With Influences from Spain, At Kampong Bahru

Dolc Patisserie is the newest kid on the block located along the stretch of shophouses at Kampong Bahru Road (somewhere near where Strangers’ Reunion was). Specialising in French techniques with modern flavours and incorporating influences from Spain, Dolc Patisserie wants to introduce a piece of Barcelona in their pastries to the locals. It also hopes Read More for original article Dolc Patisserie is the newest … Continue reading Dolc Patisserie – NEW French Desserts And Pastry Cafe With Influences from Spain, At Kampong Bahru

Gerill Bab – Pocket-friendly Korean Grilled Meat Ricebowl Speciality Store Found At Ang Mo Kio. Pending Halal Certification

I was rather intrigued when I came across Gerill Bab, a Korean grilled meat ricebowl speciality store found at AMK Hub basement food kiosk area. The store stood out with its concrete brick counter which was modelled after traditional Korean Hanok for the vibes. (This may remind you of 9PM Kkochi at Causeway Point.) In Read More for original article I was rather intrigued when … Continue reading Gerill Bab – Pocket-friendly Korean Grilled Meat Ricebowl Speciality Store Found At Ang Mo Kio. Pending Halal Certification

Chao Ting 潮亭 – Teowchew “Pao Fan” Specialty Eatery Popular With CBD Workers

It seems like the Teochew style of “Pao Fan” 泡饭 is gaining traction in Singapore, with a couple of Chinese restaurants and zi char places including the dish in their menus. “Pao” 泡 would mean “submerging”, while “fan” 饭 refers to rice. While looking similar to porridge, the styles of preparation are quite different. Porridge Read More for original article It seems like the Teochew … Continue reading Chao Ting 潮亭 – Teowchew “Pao Fan” Specialty Eatery Popular With CBD Workers

Red House Seafood – Tantalising Alaskan Crab Promo At $98/Kg, National Day Set At $55 Includes Alaskan King Crab Meat Pao Fan

While most Chinese restaurants have a certain look and décor, Red House Seafood at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel makes a welcoming difference. Contemporary, elegant interior with natural daylight, greenery and locally commissioned artwork. Renowned for its fresh seafood with Asian flavours and signature red lanterns, Red House Seafood is one of Singapore’s oldest and most Read More for original article While most Chinese restaurants have … Continue reading Red House Seafood – Tantalising Alaskan Crab Promo At $98/Kg, National Day Set At $55 Includes Alaskan King Crab Meat Pao Fan

Shirokane Tori-Tama – Japanese Yakitori Restaurant In Singapore With Michelin Bib Gourmand

When talking about Yakitori in Singapore, Japanese restaurants such as Nanbantei, FUKUDA, Sumire, JiBiru, Yakitori Yatagarasu, Omotenashi Dining Gosso, Shin Kushiya, Mikawa, Bincho at Hua Bee and Amazing Hokkaido may come to mind. (Well, TORI-Q aside.) Shirokane Tori-Tama 白金酉玉 シンガポール located at Robertson Walk has the honours to be the only yakitori restaurant in Singapore Read More for original article When talking about Yakitori in … Continue reading Shirokane Tori-Tama – Japanese Yakitori Restaurant In Singapore With Michelin Bib Gourmand

58 Prawn Mee: Old School Prawn Mee in Bedok

Here’s a really shiok prawn mee that has managed to evade many a listicle. I think part of the reason is that they are located in a semi-secluded neighbourhood coffeeshop and so its popularity is largely confined to fans within a certain radius. The post 58 Prawn Mee: Old School Prawn Mee in Bedok appeared first on ieatishootipost. Read More for original article Here’s a … Continue reading 58 Prawn Mee: Old School Prawn Mee in Bedok

10 Must-Try MEE SIAM In Singapore – Comforting Hawker Dish With Sweet, Spicy, Tangy Gravy

Mee Siam which means “Siamese noodle” in Malay, is a local hawker dish which makes for an ideal breakfast type of food. (Okay, so I wanted to write this because it is quite under-rated.) A basic Mee Siam comprises of rice vermicelli (bee hoon) along with tau pok and hardboiled egg, all of which are Read More for original article Mee Siam which means “Siamese … Continue reading 10 Must-Try MEE SIAM In Singapore – Comforting Hawker Dish With Sweet, Spicy, Tangy Gravy

10 Ultra Cheesy Dishes with an Instagrammable Cheese Pull You Gouda Try

We all know that in every foodie’s Instagram feed, it’s incomplete without one amazing shot of a cheese pull. There’s just something about melty, gooey, stretchy cheese that stirs a fire within the bellies of even the lactose intolerant, compelling … Continue reading → Read More for original article We all know that in every foodie’s Instagram feed, it’s incomplete without one amazing shot of … Continue reading 10 Ultra Cheesy Dishes with an Instagrammable Cheese Pull You Gouda Try

Pho Street ­– Pho with Spicy Broth? Count Me In!

Foodies tend to get a bit crazy about pho, the anise-laced rice noodle soup that is one of the world’s greatest comfort foods. Every element of this creation is satisfying — from the tender meat and sprigs of fresh basil to the delicate rice noodles and fragrant broth. They amaze me every time I eat… Read More The post Pho Street ­– Pho with Spicy … Continue reading Pho Street ­– Pho with Spicy Broth? Count Me In!