Tag Archive: Muslim Stalls In Singapore

Pondok Pantai Timur – Famous and Affordable Nasi Ayam and Ikan Penyet in Ubi with Big Portions

9 February

Pondok Pantai Timur is a family-run Muslim stall in Ubi that was originally located at Changi Village. They are known for their ayam and ikan penyet that have won the hearts of many, aside from various other Malay dishes available on their menu. We headed down to try it out to see if it really is worth the hype or...

Ayman-Alam Desserts — This Muslim-Friendly Dessert Stall Has Only One Item On Their Menu

10 May

Singapore is home to a plethora of different desserts; from traditional bowls of ice kachang to contemporary ones such as Korean bingsu, there is something out there for everyone. When it comes to traditional desserts, one of our absolute favourites is a comforting bowl of cheng tng. This old school favourite is essentially a sweet soup that is chock full...

Makan Food Place – Mee Siam & Lontong In Upper Thomson To Kickstart Your Day

17 October

Located on the edge of Upper Thompson amongst many rustic terrace houses and chic restaurants lies Sembawang Hills Food Centre and within it lies Makan Food Place. Similar to its simple and straightforward name, their dishes leave little to the imagination, serving up unpretentious Malay classics.  For those that can’t start the day without a bowl of their favourite mee...