7 Popular Stalls At Bukit Timah Food Centre Food Guide

22 May

When it comes to Bukit Timah, one’s minds would naturally wander to Bukit Timah Hill where the highest natural point in Singapore is. For us, the highlight of any trip to Bukit Timah would be a visit to Bukit Timah Food Centre—a huge food centre home to plenty of delightful edible treats ranging from muffins to one of the best...

He Le Seafood White Bee Hoon – Hearty Lala Sliced Fish White Beehoon At Just S$5 At Beauty World

17 May

A popular spot amongst Westies, He Le Seafood White Bee Hoon over at Bukit Timah Food Centre serves one of the best renditions of the dish in the area. Their take on seafood white beehoon is simple, yet executed such that every mouthful promises a robust flavour and diners will certainly be impressed with the generosity when it comes to...

Sin Chew Satay Beehoon – The Famous Satay Beehoon At Bukit Timah Food Centre

17 May

Bukit Timah Food Centre is popular for many great food stalls but one exceptional stall—as testified by their perpetual queues—would be Sin Chew Satay Beehoon. If you’re a fan of satay beehoon and will be heading over to this food centre in the West of Singapore soon, make no mistake and join the queue for Sin Chew Satay Beehoon and...

The Alley Luxe – Famous Bubble Tea Brand Opens A Lifestyle Cafe With Cruffins And European Bakes

13 May

The Alley Singapore unveiled their first-of-its-kind concept store in Cineleisure Orchard. The Alley Luxe is the famous bubble tea brand’s premium lifestyle cafe concept. Their line-up includes a fine collection of beverages and an array of exquisite European bakes. Think gourmet croissants, cruffins, and kouign-amann flanking their drinks for a shopping break or afternoon tea. Most iconic are their Brown Sugar Deerioca Series but equally Instagrammable...

10 Best Prawn Noodles In Singapore That Are Worth The Insanely Long Snaking Queues

13 May

The humble prawn noodle, otherwise known as “hae mee” in Hokkien, is a comforting noodle dish that’s immensely fragrant and savoury beyond compare. Flavoured using a combination of pork bones and prawn heads, prawn noodles is a dish that’s fundamentally simple yet always ends up tasting different wherever you go. Some prawn noodles are lighter in flavour, allowing the ingredients...

10 Cheap Eats At Tai Seng To Try Out During Your Next Lunch Break

11 May

Tai Seng is known to be an industrial area filled with warehouses and factories. Many of us hence assume that the place is too ulu to have any good eats, but the area is, in fact, home to loads of good eats. From piping hot bowls of fish soup to delectable xiao long baos, this place has more than meets...

Rusnah Cafe—A Hidden Gem At A Rooftop Serving One Of The Best Gado Gado In Singapore

10 May

Originally opened in Forum The Shopping Mall back in 1988, Rusnah cafe has since relocated several times and now sits on the rooftop of Sime Darby Centre. Helmed by three siblings, this humble eatery dishes out delightful Indonesian food in the likes of Gado Gado, Mee Soto and Nasi Padang. Despite relocating several times, their food has become a go-to...

Ayman-Alam Desserts — This Muslim-Friendly Dessert Stall Has Only One Item On Their Menu

10 May

Singapore is home to a plethora of different desserts; from traditional bowls of ice kachang to contemporary ones such as Korean bingsu, there is something out there for everyone. When it comes to traditional desserts, one of our absolute favourites is a comforting bowl of cheng tng. This old school favourite is essentially a sweet soup that is chock full...

Niu Zou La Mian Muslim Food – Halal Beef Hand-pulled Noodles From S$5

6 May

It is Musa’s first time out of China and he left his hometown, Gan Su, after the passing of his father to open Niu Zou La Mian Muslim Food. As a Muslim himself, coming to racially diverse Singapore was liberating. With the aim to bring Singaporeans—our Muslim friends in particular—an authentic taste of China, Musa set up a humble hawker stall in...

This Coffee Shop In Buangkok Sells The Cheapest Black Coffee In Singapore!

4 May

Coffee is a staple in the morning for most of us—many of us rely on that very first sip of the bittersweet beverage to awaken our minds to kickstart our day on the right note. However, any financially-wise coffee goer would advise against spending S$6 on a cup of Starbucks or quality brew daily. Many of us then turn to...