Tag Archive: What To Eat In The East Of Singapore

Block 216 Bedok North Market & Food Centre Guide

8 February

The East area—more specifically Bedok—is laden with many food gems scattered all around. The most popular being Bedok 85 Fengshan Market & Food Centre but that barely scratches the surface. One of our newest hawker fads in the East is Block 216 North Street 1 Market & Food Centre or Bedok 216 for short. The number of stalls with snaking...

Xin Xin Cafe – Their Special Chicken with Rice Is Worth Travelling To Expo For

2 January

Originally located in Jalan Basar, Xin Xin Cafe has since moved to Changi Business Park to give the businessmen there a taste of home cooking. Sparked by a desire to offer more authentic tasting Malaysian-style dishes while indulging in local favourites and Western delights, Xin Xin Cafe has since then become a popular go-to hang out and dining spot, so...

Fu Lin Tou Fu Yuen — Deep-Fried Yong Tau Fu In Siglap That’s Worth Every Calorie

22 December

Teochew yong tau fu is something of a rarity in Singapore with very few stalls that actually sell good ones. Over at Fu Lin Tou Fu Yuen all the way in Siglap, you won’t be disappointed. For the uninitiated, the Teochew style of preparing yong tau fu involves deep-frying the various ingredients as opposed to cooking them in a clear broth....

Ren Ren — Ambrosial Desserts Hidden In The Basement Of Siglap Centre

18 December

After a long, tiring day at work, the one thing that we look forward to is some good dessert to sweeten up the mood. Therefore, we are always on the hunt for places that sell solid desserts so that we know where to run to when we need a little pick me up. Hidden away in the basement of Siglap...

StuffedWing – Fried Chicken Wings Stuffed With Nasi Lemak, Nonya Curry & More!

12 September

Chicken wings are perhaps, the global favourite finger food, regardless if it’s steamed, deep-fried or braised. Here at StuffedWing, they take it up a notch by stuffing their wings with some of our favourite local dishes into the wings themselves—hence the name.  Tucked away in the corner of the centre stall of the Kopitiam at Tampines Mall, they’re almost too...

Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu – Handmade Yong Tau Foo & Mouth-Watering Chicken Wings

11 May

Nutritious, hearty and comforting, Yong Tau Foo is a Chinese dish that is pretty underrated but well-loved by the locals when they want to have a guilt-free but satisfying meal. You can find Yong Tau Foo stalls in many hawker centres and coffee shops but most are mediocre at best and certainly not worthy of a special mention. Yet, one...

Yummy Takoyaki – Halal Takoyaki Balls Drowning In Nacho Cheese

7 May

The Japanese takoyaki needs no further introduction—this delightful wheat-based snack can be found at many food stands and Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Given how ubiquitous takoyaki is, it is almost impossible to imagine that a food establishment is able to rise to fame by specialising only in that. But here comes Yummy Takoyaki—a halal takeaway stall in East Village opposite...

Burgs – Popular Halal Gourmet Burger Stall Opens At Viva Business Park

3 May

An initiative by Project Warung, Burgs is a Halal-certified gourmet burger stall that has been gaining a fair bit of attention among the young Muslim population for their quality burgers that are sold at affordable prices. Since the success of their first outlet at Golden Mile Complex, the team has opened yet another one at Viva Business Park—to the delight of...

10 Eats In Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre That East Siders Would Rather You Not Know

23 January

For those who live in the east, the Bedok area stands as a beacon of delightful and cheap eats especially with the likes of renowned hawker centres like Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre that has been around for such a long time. Having undergone a massive revamp some years back, Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre has upped its attractiveness in terms of...

328 Katong Laksa – Famous Katong Laksa Even Gordon Ramsay Can’t Beat

27 July

Katong laksa is a classic hawker dish which many Singaporeans swear by. What makes it so addictive is the spicy gravy made with chilli, coconut milk and dried shrimps. If you go around asking which is the best laksa stall in Singapore, most locals will tell you to visit 328 Katong Laksa in East Coast. While 328 Katong Laksa has already...