Tag Archive: Supper Spots In Singapore

Xing Ji Rou Cuo Mian – Bowl Of Pure Soupy Comfort Worth Travelling To Bedok For

30 November

A combination of springy egg noodles, tender minced pork, a rich, savoury broth and a generous amount of crispy pork lard is what sums up a satisfying bowl of bak chor mee (minced meat noodles). It is one of those foods that you can have almost any time of the day and it is one of the most iconic dishes as far...

Ye Shang Hai – The Answer To All Your Supper Problems Is In Bukit Merah

30 October

Ye Shang Hai is not an unfamiliar name among Singaporeans who frequently indulge in supper. For years, they’ve been feeding hungry people—the clubbers, kids who study till late, workaholics, taxi drivers, people with midnight hunger pangs—and they’ve become a haven for comfort food for all the night owls out there. Ye Shang Hai sells affordable, homemade Teochew porridge that is incredibly...

12 Best Kway Chap Stalls In Singapore For The Offal Fanatics

19 September

Kway chap is a simple yet classic dish that is loved by many Singaporeans as a breakfast or supper item. It consists of a steaming bundle of braised pig innards alongside a bowl of flat rice noodles topped with fried shallots in a savoury broth. Of course, there are other variations that feature the likes of duck meat, braised tofu,...

6 Ma La Places That Open After Midnight To Satisfy Your Cravings

6 February

Many food trends come and go in fickle Singapore but ma la may well be an exception. This Sichuan-inspired dish may not be a Singaporean invention but we can all agree that it is perhaps one of the top dishes that has taken over our nation by storm. This one-dish-wonder has experienced much hype over the past few years and...

7 Best Nasi Lemak Stalls You Must Try In Singapore

7 November

Nasi lemak is a Malay dish that has long been a perennial favourite among Singaporeans regardless of race. It is a dish that features an eclectic mix of flavours from sweet, savoury to spicy—all in a single mouthful. The fragrant one-plate-wonder typically comprises aromatic rice infused with coconut milk and pandan leaves, either a deep-fried fish or chicken wing, otah...