Tag Archive: Singapore Food Heritage

Rumah Makan Minang — One Of The Oldest Indonesian Restaurants in Singapore With Solid Nasi Padang

16 April

If you’re even the slightest fan of nasi padang, Rumah Makan Minang had better be on your list. This Indonesian restaurant along Kandahar Street has been around since the 1980s, serving up amazing Minangkabau dishes since the very beginning. It all started with Mr Haji Marlian, a Sumatra immigrant who started dishing out nasi padang from a wooden stall along the same...

Haig Road Putu Piring – How Traditions Can Persist In Modernity Past the Erosion of Time

17 February

Success doesn’t come easy. Sure, there are tales of the seemingly superhuman forging successes without being hampered by hardships, but most similar stories dance to a different cadence. Alluring in their ebb and flow, these narratives usually vacillate between fortune and adversity, only accumulating into an apex after repeated cycles, the final victory a testament to their unfaltering efforts. This...

Loo’s Hainanese Curry Rice – A Tasty, Unwavering Dedication to Time-Worn Traditions

31 January

Take a gander along the whitewashed streets of Tiong Bahru and you’ll find soft notes drifting from half-opened café doors, inside which café-hoppers lounge with their preferred coffee concoctions. When faced with a scene exemplary of a hipster café enclave, the furthest thing from mind is a traditional, age-old hawker stall embedded amidst its vicinity. It is in the heart...