Wong Chiew Eating House – 24-Hr Eatery In Upper Thomson With Yummy Dim Sum

16 January

At the mere mention of dim sum for supper, most, if not all minds, would naturally gravitate towards popular Swee Choon if not its more rustic counterpart, 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi over in Geylang. If you’d rather do without the queues and the crowd, consider Wong Chiew Eating House located along Upper Thomson Road. Despite being around for over...

Yummy – Hong Kong-Style Chee Cheong Fun Topped With Crispy Beancurd Skin

15 January

Chee Cheong Fun is a classic breakfast dish commonly found in Hong Kong and a soft, velvety delight that many of us love to have in the morning. Freshly steamed, this thin roll made with rice is commonly filled with bits of char siew (sometimes prawn) and topped with soy sauce, a viscous sweet sauce and spring onions. While we remain...

Patisseries Vine – Artisanal Macaron Shop In A Zi Char Stall Run By A 20 Year Old

12 January

Tucked away in an odd corner of a local Chinese eatery, along rows and rows of shophouses and coffee shops, it’s almost way too easy to miss this unassuming shop, even if you’re actively looking out for it. A humble display cabinet placed outside a glass window kitchen is the only indication that it’s there. At the age of 20,...

Bedok 85 Fried Oyster Omelette – Amazing Orh Luak Available Until 2am Daily

11 January

Occupying two units in the renowned Bedok 85 Fengshan Centre, Oyster Omelette is one that sees immense crowds the minute it opens until closing. Dishing out a wide variety of local delights such as char kway teow and carrot cake, the stall is best known for their oyster omelette that is gooey, crispy and creamy all at the same time. This...

Hao Lai Ke — Is This Ex-Din Tai Fung Chef’s New Venture Worth The Hype?

9 January

Helmed by a former Din Tai Fung chef and his wife, Hao Lai Ke aims to serve up quality Chinese dishes that are just as good as the colossal restaurant brand. Think bowls of scratch-made la mian and the signature pork ribs fried rice that practically everyone goes mad for. Hao Lai Ke is tucked away in a small coffee...

Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao – Restaurant-Standard Xiao Long Bao In Chinatown Complex

8 January

Xiao long bao is something that everybody enjoys. It is just so incredibly satisfying to break the dumplings thin, translucent skin to reveal its succulent, tender fillings as well as watch all that warm soup spill out of it. After we’ve had one, we usually find it hard to stop snatching more and more of these juicy dumplings. Over at...

Famous Seng Heng Family Restaurant — Prawn Noodles With Superb Broth In The West

5 January

It’s almost impossible to resist a sumptuous bowl of prawn noodles, especially not if the broth boasts immense depth. Prawn noodles are available in most hawker centres in Singapore, but out of the lot, perhaps only a handful make the cut. Upon our recent trip out to Jurong East, we discovered a humble prawn noodle stall by the name of Famous...

Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre — A Hidden Food Gem In Chinese Garden

4 January

Yuhua Market and Hawker Centre is tucked away in a crevice at Chinese Garden near its MRT station. The place may be small, but it is bursting with stalls that serve up an array of delicious and affordable local food. From cheap xiao long bao to sinful bowls of laksa, here are our top 7 stalls here at Yuhua Market and...

Don Don Donki Is Set To Launch Its 3rd Outlet In City Square Mall!

3 January

Armed with its multitude of products from Japan, colourful murals and catchy jingle, Japan’s discount store king, Don Don Donki, is set to open its third outlet here in Singapore over at City Square Mall! Located conveniently in Farrer Park, there’s now another shopping haunt for the whole family! Featuring a brand-new bazaar-like space modelled to look like their colossal...

Xin Xin Cafe – Their Special Chicken with Rice Is Worth Travelling To Expo For

2 January

Originally located in Jalan Basar, Xin Xin Cafe has since moved to Changi Business Park to give the businessmen there a taste of home cooking. Sparked by a desire to offer more authentic tasting Malaysian-style dishes while indulging in local favourites and Western delights, Xin Xin Cafe has since then become a popular go-to hang out and dining spot, so...