Tag Archive: Local Food

Lai Xing Cooked Food – Delicious S$2.50 Kway Chap To Try At Hainanese Village Food Centre

15 September

If you’ve ever had a craving for some good and yummy hawker food that is under S$3, you’ll probably find a couple of hidden gems tucked away at the Hainanese Village Centre, which includes the mother-son duo kway chap specialists who run Lai Xing Cooked Food. Lai Xing Cooked Food at Hainanese Village Food Centre is known for their super...

Blue Star Fried Hokkien Mee — Wet Hokkien Mee At Hainanese Village Food Centre

8 September

When it comes to local food, one of our perennial favourites is a messy plate of Hokkien mee. This simple and comforting Singapore classic features a combination of yellow noodles and bee hoon that are tossed with ingredients such as pork, prawns and squid in a rich stock. While Hokkien mee can easily be found in most hawker centres in Singapore,...

Xiang Ji Porridge — Value-For-Money Porridge That Comes Chock Full Of Ingredients

30 May

The best thing about living in Singapore is the plethora of different cuisines at drastically varying price points that always leave us spoilt for choice no matter the occasion. However, despite all that variety, sometimes all we really want to tuck into is a warm, comforting bowl of porridge that’s easy on the palate. One of our favourite places to get a...

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,...

9 Best Laksa To Try If You’re All About That Lemak Life

15 September

Put aside what you know about Peranakan laksa because we aren’t talking about the sourish assam version. Here in Singapore, we enjoy laksa that’s rich, spicy and full-bodied. The sort that comes served with a coconut-based curry soup with rice noodles alongside ingredients like cockles, shrimp, tau pok and fish cake. Laksa is one of Singapore’s most iconic dishes and...