Jing Jing — Fried Carrot Cake At Only $2.50 That Are Worth The Calories

8 December

One thing that Singaporeans find hard to resist is a solid plate of fried carrot cake. This classic, local delight can be found at almost any hawker centre in Singapore and is our go-to dish when whenever we crave something greasy and full of egg. Every hawker cooks their carrot cake differently, and some places sell either black carrot cake,...

Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee – The Best Bowl Of Soupy BCM You’ll Ever Find In The East

7 December

Undeniably one of the best supper spots in Singapore, Bedok 85 Fengshan Centre is where most East-siders will flock to whenever late-night hunger pangs strike. Home to dozens of well-known stalls, this food centre contains many food gems and it is inarguable that Seng Hiang Bak Chor Mee is amongst one of the most, if not the most, popular stalls...

Chai Chee Pork Porridge – The Perfect Supper Spot For Porridge In The East

5 December

Some say that pork porridge is meant to be had for breakfast but we argue that having it for supper is a better idea. Known to be a comforting, go-to breakfast item, most porridge stalls in Singapore are open as soon as the sun rises and some close as early as noon. However, luckily for us, there are several hawker stalls...

Guang Tai Lor Mee – No-Frills Lor Mee Stall With Generous Portions At Only $3

4 December

A dish that never fails to satisfy the soul albeit it looking like a tragic mess, is lor mee. This mouthwatering Hokkien dish is always packed full of rich, robust flavours and is incredibly satisfying to slurp down. There are many stalls scattered all over Singapore that sell this gooey noodle dish but few do it as tastily as we...

Chan BBQ – Cheap BBQ Stingray That’ll Set Your Tastebuds Ablaze In A Good Way

1 December

There is no doubt that traditional hawker food will always be the ultimate source of comfort for us Singaporeans and if there’s one dish in particular that always gets us excited, it’s a hot, sizzling plate of barbecued sambal stingray. There are plenty of places all over the island that sells it and most times you’ll find that they taste...

Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian – Bowl Of Pure Soupy Comfort Worth Travelling To Bedok For

30 November

A combination of springy egg noodles, tender minced pork, a rich, savoury broth and a generous amount of crispy pork lard is what sums up a satisfying bowl of bak chor mee (minced meat noodles). It is one of those foods that you can have almost any time of the day and it is one of the most iconic dishes as far...

10 Sick People Foods That Can Be Found In Most Hawker Centres

28 November

Falling sick sucks, and no one likes to feel all weak, sluggish and bedridden when we could be out and about doing something more productive. The other really depressing thing about being sick is that your food choices are severely limited. However, being sick does not mean that you are only stuck with dull, bland foods. Surprisingly, there are a...

Celebrity Chef Justin Quek x Xin Wang Hong Kong Café – Exclusive New Dishes At Selected Outlets

27 November

Anyone who’s anyone in the food industry would know or would have heard of Chef Justin Quek. Widely applauded for being one of Asia’s most internationally-celebrated chefs, Justin Quek is famed for his expertise in French and European fine dining and his deep understanding of Asian cuisines—his signature Foie Gras Xiao Long Bao and Lobster Hokkien Noodles are key testaments...

Sambal Time – Healthy Nasi Lemak & Homemade Sambal That’s Legit Tasty

27 November

If you love a good nasi lemak in the morning but worry about your ever-expanding waistline, fear not because Sambal Time offers the most nutritious nasi lemak that’s not just delicious and healthy but also Halal-certified. While it might seem like plenty of places are jumping on the healthy-eating train, rest assured that this isn’t anything gimmicky, with nothing but...

Lad & Dad — Proper British Comfort Food Minus The Hefty Price Tag

24 November

Perhaps odd that in the middle of Maxwell Food Centre, where you’d normally expect to find your typical Singaporean fare, is a stall that sells not-so-typical British food. What we mean by that is—quintessentially British comfort food without the quintessential British price tags. Opened by a father-and-son duo (hence the name Lad & Dad), this humble stall has been the...