Toast Hut—The Best Of Coffee & Toast By Next-Gen Hawkerpreneur

13 July

Nothing beats a good ol’ slice of traditional kaya butter toast and a cup of coffee for breakfast. For the uninitiated, kaya is a custard essentially derived from a mix of pandan, coconut milk, eggs and sugar to give it a creamy texture. Although Kaya Toast and other traditional breakfast staples alike are commonly available, Toast Hut is one you should make...

Qiu Rong Ban Mian—Comforting Hand-Made Noodle Stall In Old Airport Road Food Centre

11 July

Qiu Rong Ban Mian is a hidden gem that we stumbled upon in Old Airport Road Food Centre. Helmed by a couple who has been running the business for 20 years, this stall dishes out comforting, piping-hot bowls of hand-made noodles that can be enjoyed even in Singapore’s scorching weather. Over the years, their fresh noodle offerings have gained them a...

Whitley Road Big Prawn Noodles—Mouthwatering Prawn Noodles That’s Worth The Wait

10 July

Whitley Road Prawn Noodles is known to be one of the best prawn noodles stalls in Singapore. Pass by any one of their 4 outlets across Singapore during lunch hours and you are likely to see lots of people lining up to get their hands on a bowl of the prawn noodles. Over the years, they have managed to garner...

Amoy Street Food Centre Guide — What To Try From The Traditional To The Contemporary

9 July

Established in 1983 and boasting two full levels of local, traditional and contemporary nosh, Amoy Street Food Centre is, hands down, one of Singapore’s most beloved hawker havens and one of our personal favourites. Situated right smack in Telok Ayer amidst the slew of quality bars, cafes and restaurants, there’s just something about this gem of a place that steals...

8 Awesome Halal-Certified Chinese Restaurants That Will Blow Your Mind

9 July

With pork being a key ingredient in many Chinese dishes, it may prove challenging to find authentic halal Chinese food in Singapore. However, as many Muslims look to expand their palate, many eateries have popped up to accept that challenge. With the creation of halal Chinese dishes, our Muslim friends can now enjoy new foodies that were not easily accessible...

Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House – DIY Popiah Buffet At S$18++ On Weekends

7 July

Popiah is popular local snack made up of a thin, paper-like crepe wrapper that is filled with braised, julienned vegetables as well as other toppings such as boiled eggs, prawns and crisps followed by a dash of garnishing. It is not difficult to find popiah around Singapore—be it coffee shops or eateries, you wouldn’t face many troubles when it comes to satisfying...

Phoenix Lava — Famous Oozy Durian Lava Buns From Bangkok Opens In Raffles Place

6 July

A new addition to Raffles Xchange’s rows of coffee stops and mini eateries comes Phoenix Lava, the famous lava bun brand from Bangkok that boasts a huge array of fluffy buns with oozy fillings. The more popular option—one that has driven the internet insane as of late—is their signature Monthong Durian Lava Bun. Once an exclusive snack that could only...

168 Penang Char Koay Kak—Mouthwatering Penang Street Food In JB

6 July

Char Koay Kak is a popular street food in Penang—though less popular than the esteemed Penang char koay teow, we assure you that it is worth a try. Save the trip to Penang because we found 168 Penang CKK in Johor Bahru, which is situated right beside KSL City Mall. You are very welcome! 168 Penang Char Koay Kak is one...

Soon Soon Heng—BKT Worth Crossing The Causeway For

5 July

For those who have been frequenting Johor Bahru but have yet to venture out further into the areas away from the immigration checkpoint, Soon Soon Heng Bak Kut Teh can be the first on your list. Featuring fall-off-the-bone-tender pork ribs and a broth so delectable that it is almost a crime let any go to waste, this restaurant might just set the...

Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap—The First Ever Thai Kway Chap Stall In Singapore

29 June

Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap is a fairly new Thai establishment located in Kovan that is the first of its kind in Singapore. The eatery is home to plenty of amazing street-style Thai cuisine—from boat noodles to their hearty Thai-style wanton mee, but at the top of their offerings remain their signature Thai-style kway chap. This humble joint is definitely worth a visit...