Kin Khao Yang – This Stall In Bedok Offers East Siders A Budget-Friendly Taste Of Thailand

6 April

With the explosion of Thai eateries that have hit our shores in the last few years, Thai food needs little introduction. Its profusion of fragrances and exotic flavours that tickle our tastebuds with spicy, sour, sweet, and salty are seemingly inexhaustible. While we always want to be spoilt for choice, with so many Thai joints and dishes, it’s hard to pinpoint where to start...

Bhai Sarbat – The No Name Teh Sarabat Stall In Bugis Helmed By Mr Asgar

5 April

If you hang around the touristy parts of Arab Street enough, you might already know of No Name Teh Sarabat Stall that’s been there since the 1990s. Not much has changed since then except a newly installed green signboard overhead. They are now officially called Bhai Sarbat Stall and are still known for their addictive teh tarik (pulled tea). The hole-in-the-wall shop is currently managed...

10 Taiwanese Eateries in Singapore With Solid Lu Rou Fan & More!

3 April

A popular destination for Singaporeans to travel to during holidays, Taiwan has one of the best weather all-year-round, shopping districts and sights for nature lovers. But on top of these, it is their food that impresses us time and time again. Their cuisine encompasses simple, yet incredibly rich and intense flavours and textures that is just addictive. Hankering after classic...

Good Year Local Hainanese Chicken Rice Ball Is Closing Down For Retirement

30 March

Photo Credit: vimypedia Good Year Local Hainanese Chicken Rice Ball made a short post on their Facebook page saying that they will be stopping operations for retirement. This announcement comes rather abruptly but they expressed gratitude to their loyal customer fan base for supporting them all this while. Chicken rice balls are special to Malacca but we have been able to forgo the...

8 Ayam Penyet In Singapore Worth Cheating On Your Diet For

30 March

Javanese for ‘smashed chicken’, Ayam Penyet is essentially an Indonesian chicken and rice dish consisting of deep-fried chicken topped with smashed batter bits and typically accompanied by tempeh, fried tofu, cucumbers and sambal. Clearly, this isn’t one dish that is meant for the health conscious—the huge portion of chicken thigh often comes packed with heaps of calories, but that is exactly...

Inspirasi – A Well-Loved Gem In Bedok Selling Super Cheap, Slurp-worthy Mee Rebus

29 March

When Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre was being revamped, a few stalls were rumoured to stop operating. Inspirasi was one of those that many heaved a sigh of relief over when they reappeared with their signboard up a few weeks before the centre’s reopening. Established in 1970, the Inspirasi name is familiar to many and is the first name that comes...

Guan Seng Carrot Cake – Hugely Underrated Fried Carrot Cake In Telok Blangah

27 March

A staple for many since decades ago, we admit that finding yourself a decent fried carrot cake to kickstart your day with isn’t difficult to find here Singapore but to find one that isn’t overly greasy coupled with an insanely generous pour of sweet dark sauce is a bit of a rarity. Thankfully, on one of our recent trips to...

Mr Lorbak – S$3.50 Lu Rou Fan & Ultra Tender Pork Trotters

26 March

Lor Bak (braised pork) is a dish that reminds many of us of our mums’ cooking. William Liou took inspiration from his mother’s recipe to set up Mr Lorbak. This man is a fourth-generation hawkerpreneur who gave up his white-collar profession and started out by selling lu rou fan (braised pork rice) as his only dish. His menu has since expanded to include other braised dishes and...

8 Must-Try Hawker Dishes In Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre

23 March

When it comes to comfort food, nothing comes close to hawker fare if you’re a true-blue Singaporean. Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre is home to numerous food stalls serving up spectacular renditions of local delights that can rival their popular neighbour, Bedok 85 Fengshan Centre. But while its dinner and suppertime counterpart caters more towards the evening crowd, the former is much...

Xiao Yang Guo Kui – China’s Traditional Guo Kui Street Snack Lands In Singapore

22 March

The newest snack here that hails from China is guo kui and Shanghai brand Xiao Yang Guo Kui is the first to bring it over to Singapore’s shores. This popular street snack in China that originated in Hubei is not your average Chinese biscuit. It has 1000 years of history behind it and you can watch yours being made. Since it’s baked-to-order, it always...