The Famous Min Jiang Kueh Stall from Ghim Moh Market with Peanut Butter Options

19 March

Filled with traditional food stalls run by many first-gen hawkers, Ghim Moh Market & Food Centre is one of the best hawker centres in Singapore. Aside from the famous Ghim Moh Chwee Kueh and Chuan Kee Boneless Braised Duck, one stall that perpetually has long queues is Granny’s Pancakes. Although they have multiple outlets, the one at Ghim Moh is the original...

Desmond Pasta – Pasta Stall in Ubi By An Ex-Chef From P.S Café with 8 Years of Experience

16 March

There have been many chefs from hotels, cafes and long-running establishments that have come out to venture on their own to enter the hawker scene with more affordable renditions of what they used to cook back at their previous jobs. Desmond Pasta is a pasta stall located in Ubi’s Industrial Park where you can enjoy food cooked by an ex-chef...

Ubi Budget Food Guide — 8 Hidden Gems That You Probably Didn’t Know About

13 March

Most people know Ubi as an industrial park filled with factories, warehouses and offices, but not many people know that there are actually many food gems hidden within this ulu area that are worth travelling for. We are going to share with you some of our favourite eats that are budget-friendly and delicious. If you happen to work in the...

Cahaya Muslim Restaurant — Affordable Halal Food At Far East Plaza With Meals For Less Than S$5

12 March

So, you’re in town and you’re looking for Halal dining spots. Sure, there’s a handful of options but what if 4Fingers or McDonald’s just doesn’t cut it? Maybe a plate of saucy noodles or chicken rice will do the trick. If you’re on the hunt for Halal Chinese cuisine in the Orchard area, set your sights on Cahaya Muslim Restaurant. This...

New Market Teochew Braised Duck Rice – Tender Duck with Amazing Braised Sauce at Alexandra Village

4 March

Alexandra Village Food Centre is one of the best hawker centres in Singapore with endless, delicious hawker fare. Other than the popular speciality meat stalls such as Xiang Ji’s Soy Sauce Chicken Rice and Lau Phua Chay Authentic Roast Meat, there’s a really good Teochew braised duck rice stall that is worth checking out. If you love braised duck, you definitely have to...

The 6ixs Rosti – Affordable & Quality Western Food Stall In Ghim Moh Known For Its Röstis

2 March

For those who visit food festivals or carnivals in Singapore, you would have probably heard of or tried out The 6ixs Rosti. They are known for their golden and crispy röstis at pocket-friendly prices. Now, they have a permanent spot at one of the coffeeshops in Ghim Moh, and it is probably one of the best things that have happened to us because...

Jin Ji Teochew Braised Duck & Kway Chap — Mother-Son Duo Puts A Japanese Spin On Age-Old Recipes

28 February

Helmed by Melvin Chew and his mother, this famous braised duck & kway chap stall in Chinatown Complex Food Centre has been around for over 30 years. It was originally run by Melvin’s parents, but after his father suddenly passed on due to illness, he decided to step in to help his mother. Knowing that the bulk of their customers...

Wok Wei Kitchen – S$18 Zi Char Set With Pork Ribs, Sambal Kang Kong & Foo Yong omelette

25 February

Orchard Road is the hot spot for Singaporeans to hang out with their partners, friends and families for a shopping spree. However, being in the area also means that you have to spend a bomb for your meals because most of the options are either restaurants or atas cafes. With that being said, it can be quite a challenge to...

Tiong Bahru Mian Jian Kueh — Nostalgic Slices Of Mian Jian Kueh That Always Sell Out Before 2pm

24 February

For the uninitiated, mian jian kueh is a traditional Chinese turnover pancake that is usually stuffed with fillings such as crushed peanuts and sugar. Moist and fluffy with a slight crispiness to it, this homely classic is your grandmother’s favourite breakfast staple. Even though it may not be as popular as it used to be in its heyday, you can still...

14 Teochew Porridge Stalls in Singapore To Satisfy Your Teochew Mui Cravings

20 February

When we think of porridge, we typically associate them with cold, rainy days or as food for the elderly and sick. Unassuming and simple, porridge tends to be a dish you have been relegated to eating more than being a treat or an indulgence – when was the last time you voluntarily picked porridge over a thick, juicy slab of...