Abang Gemuk — Is This Fatty Bom Bom-Affliate Worth The Hype?

1 January

If you are familiar with Fatty Bom Bom, you will be excited to know that they have come up with a new, exciting stall called Abang Gemuk, that also serves up a hearty assortment of Western delights at wallet-friendly prices. Abang Gemuk is tucked away in a crevice of a coffee shop in Blk 446 of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10....

8 Hawker Stalls In Singapore Helmed By Ex-Hotel and Restaurant Chefs

29 December

Hawker culture plays a significant role in forming Singapore’s culinary landscape and, truth be told, is where one can find some of the best—and we mean best—versions of Singapore food out there, and at an affordable price too. As of late, many renowned chefs, especially seasoned ones who spent many decades of their career working in some of the finest...

Shi Wei Da Fengshan – Mad Addictive Satay Bee Hoon In Bedok

28 December

The classic satay bee hoon may not rank as high as dishes such as laksa or chilli crab, but for those unaware, it’s still a true-blue Singaporean creation that deserves a try anyway. Essentially, it comprises rice vermicelli and ingredients such as cuttlefish, sliced pork, kang kong, bean sprouts and cockles that are covered—and we mean totally covered—in a thick...

Granny’s Pancakes — Peanut Pancakes That’ll Reward You With A Sense Of Nostalgia

26 December

Love peanut pancakes? So do we. There is something oh-so-nostalgic about chomping down on these peanut-laden goodies and we absolutely love the little crunch from the granules of sugar coupled with the nutty aroma of these traditional cakes. Stalls that specialise in peanut cakes are a dime in a dozen nowadays and its the folks like the ones who run...

8 Fishball Noodle Stalls Worth Bouncing Off Your Seat For

25 December

There are not many things that are as comforting as a warm bowl of mouthwatering fishball noodles. This classic dish can be found in abundance across multiple hawker stalls, food courts as well as coffee shops in Singapore. This dish comes in a number of variations; there are served in either soup or dry form and many places allow you to...

Fu Lin Tou Fu Yuen — Deep-Fried Yong Tau Fu In Siglap That’s Worth Every Calorie

22 December

Teochew yong tau fu is something of a rarity in Singapore with very few stalls that actually sell good ones. Over at Fu Lin Tou Fu Yuen all the way in Siglap, you won’t be disappointed. For the uninitiated, the Teochew style of preparing yong tau fu involves deep-frying the various ingredients as opposed to cooking them in a clear broth....

GLC Restaurant – Halal Zi Char Eatery In Tai Seng That’s Super Sedap

20 December

When in Singapore, one can’t go wrong at a zi char restaurant. Plenty of places serve up amazing wok-fried dishes, however, it is rare to come across a place that sells good zi char that is also halal-certified—not until we discovered GLC Restaurant in Taiseng. Boasting an impressive array of zi char delights that taste really good and are priced pretty...

The Living Room Eating House — Minimalistic Cafe Damn Good Bee Hoon & Mee Sua

19 December

The cafe scene in Singapore is always changing and it is not uncommon to find new cafes popping up all over our sunny little island.  However, the last place that we thought that we would ever find a cafe at is in a community club. Located inside of Leng Kee Community Club at Redhill is The Living Room House, a minimalistic,...

Ren Ren — Ambrosial Desserts Hidden In The Basement Of Siglap Centre

18 December

After a long, tiring day at work, the one thing that we look forward to is some good dessert to sweeten up the mood. Therefore, we are always on the hunt for places that sell solid desserts so that we know where to run to when we need a little pick me up. Hidden away in the basement of Siglap...

75 Ah Balling Peanut Soup – Little Balls Of Happiness For Only $2.80

15 December

Tang Yuan—also known as Glutinous Rice Dumplings—is a Chinese dessert traditionally eaten during the Winter Solstice. It is made from glutinous rice flour that is mixed with a sprinkle of water shaped into a ball that encases different types of fillings such as peanut paste and sesame paste and then allowed to cook in a sweetened soup. Nowadays, it is...