Fifty50 Empire Nasi Beringin – A Long-Lost Malay Dish In Yishun Worth Trying

7 November

Nasi Beringin is a classic, long-lost Malay dish that is somewhat a hybrid of nasi lemak and biryani, nasi beringin is believed to be served to the royalties in Johor back in the olden days. A popular dish in Singapore back in the 1950s, nasi beringin gradually phased out and today, this dish is rarely served—until now. Fifty50 Empire over at Yishun...

Chai Chee Kway Chap – Solid Kway Chap At Only S$3.40 You Must-Try When In Bedok

6 November

One thing that many of us Singaporeans love to indulge in is some good-old kway chap. This sinful yet satisfying dish is a popular favourite that is sold at multiple hawker centres all over Singapore. Despite looking so simple, a dish like kway chap is not easy to prepare. It requires a lot of tedious preparation such as proper cleaning of...

10 Yong Tau Foo Spots That Aren’t Just For Health Conscious Office Ladies

3 November

Any Singaporean hawker centre and coffee shop aren’t complete without a yong tau foo shop tucked somewhere within it. With a myriad of colourful and mouthwatering ingredients on display, it’s no wonder that we locals keep coming back for more, regardless if it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even supper. The staple ingredients include minced meat-stuffed tofu, fish paste-stuffed tofu,...

Nerdy Noodles – Singapore’s First Ever Hong Kong Cart Noodle Eatery Opens In Bugis+

2 November

Opened less than a month ago, Nerdy Noodles is Singapore’s newest addition to the slew of Hong Kong-style dining concepts. What sets Nerdy Noodles apart from the other HK-style dining concepts here in Singapore is that their menu focuses primarily on cart noodles—a popular hawker street food that originated in Hong Kong in the 1950s. Known to be Singapore’s first...

7 Best Zi Char Stalls In Singapore To Experience Proper Wok Hei

31 October

They say that the best way to bring people together is through a meal and for us Singaporeans, nothing beats having zi char with our family and friends where we can have the best of Chinese food that is both delicious and great for simple dinners or even reunions. Perfect for communal dining, zi char provides both an unrivalled source of comfort and...

Ye Shang Hai – The Answer To All Your Supper Problems Is In Bukit Merah

30 October

Ye Shang Hai is not an unfamiliar name among Singaporeans who frequently indulge in supper. For years, they’ve been feeding hungry people—the clubbers, kids who study till late, workaholics, taxi drivers, people with midnight hunger pangs—and they’ve become a haven for comfort food for all the night owls out there. Ye Shang Hai sells affordable, homemade Teochew porridge that is incredibly...

Subway Singapore Is Offering 1-For-1 Subs on 1 November 2018

29 October

World Sandwich day is just around the corner, and Subway, the king of sandwiches, has a special promotion for all of us to celebrate this very special day. On the 1st of November this Thursday, drop by any Subway outlet (except the Changi Airport and Sentosa outlets) and get your hands on some delicious 6-inch sandwiches with their 1-for-1 sandwich...

Teochew Minced Meat Noodle – Amazing BCM In Upper Thomson That Isn’t Meng’s

27 October

Bak Chor Mee literally means ‘minced meat noodles’ in the Teochew dialect. Essentially a bowl comprising springy noodles well coated with a mouth-watering tangy chilli sauce and vinegar mix, minced pork and pork lard, this timeless dish is well loved by almost all Singaporeans and it can be eaten at any time of the day. Despite the existence of different variations,...

Sisaket Thai Food – Cheap Thai Food In Maxwell Market That’s Pure Aroi Mak

26 October

There’s that decades-old debate about the Singlish and Malaysian definition of shiok vs syok, but whether you prefer to interpret it as a term of approval, or just to mean cheap, Sisaket Thai Food delivers on both fronts to bring you one of the most satisfying Thai food out there. While the first store is tucked away in a corner...

Shi Xiang Ge – Handmade Noodles By Ex-Crystal Jade La Mian Director In Bishan

24 October

Conveniently located at level 2 of Bishan Bus Interchange, Shi Xiang Ge is an unpretentious la mian and dumpling stall that’s opened by an ex-Crystal Jade La Mian Director. Specialising in handmade noodles and a myriad of Sichuan-style dishes, this stall is quite possibly our new favourite spot in Bishan for delectable and comforting noodle bowls. Prior to our visit, we...