Tag Archive: Best Zi Char

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...

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...

Fuman Seafood Zi Char — Honey Milk Pork Belly That’ll Leave You Begging For More

18 September

Singaporeans tend to disagree with one another on many things. Whether it is about keeping or repealing certain laws or whether pineapples should be on pizza—we all have our own differences and opinions for different situations. However, one thing that we can all unanimously agree on is that zi char is one of the best things to eat in Singapore....

Yalong Bay – Hidden Gem In Toa Payoh With One Of The Best Hor Fun Around

10 September

Tucked away on the second floor of a secluded office area in Toa Payoh North, you’d never expect to find an air-conditioned food court with beer fridges lining the entire width of it. With only one stall open in the evening, it’s safe to say it’s pretty much Yalong Bay’s territory. Founded by Chef Tony Tan of Lei Garden Restaurant,...

Curry & Curry – Zi Char Heaven In Kovan With Excellent Fish Head Curry

30 July

A hit among residents living in the area, Curry & Curry is known for a great many things but more famously so is their claypot fish head curry—hence the name. Simply cooked in a medley of aromatic spices and served bubbling hot in a searing hot claypot alongside okra (ladies fingers), brinjal and tau pok, this is easily one of...

Hungry Wok—New Zi Char Stall In Toa Payoh Helmed By A Young Hawker

12 June

Hungry Wok is a newly opened zi char stall situated in an unassuming coffee shop along the streets of Toa Payoh. Opened by a young entrepreneur, the menu comprises a mix of conventional zi char fare as well as innovative hawker food. Whipping up almost a hundred dishes in total—from soups to fried rice dishes to creative dishes such as the Imperial Cereal Milk...