Chef Kang’s Noodle House is located between buildings at Toa Payoh Jackson Square. It is not noticeable from the main road because the stall is situated inside. There is ample parking space for those who are driving. If you are taking public transport, there is a bus stop outside the building or you need to walk for approximately 10mins from Toa Payoh MRT Station. Continue reading [SG EATS] Chef Kang’s Noodle House at Jackson Square – Michelin-Starred Wanton Mee
King of Fried Rice located at Golden Mile Tower is well-known for its Din Tai Fung style fried rice that comes in cheaper price tag. I keep seeing people raving about this place and finally decided to give it a try after work on one of the weekday. It was already 8pm when I arrived but the place is full house. It stated that the closing time is 8.30pm but somehow people just keep coming. We ordered and paid at the counter and got our number in queue. Continue reading [SG EATS] King of Fried Rice At Golden Mile Tower – Din Tai Fung Style Fried Rice
Old World Bakuteh at Hiap Hoe Eating House is known for its fried porridge instead of bak kut teh. The stall is located within a walking distance from Yishun MRT Station. The fried porridge is featured on social media during circuit breaker. Hence, I decided to give it a try. Thus, I took approximately 45mins bus ride to check the place. Continue reading [SG EATS] Old World Bakuteh @ Hiap Hoe Eating House- The Famous Fried Porridge At Yishun
Chee Cheong Fun stall located at Canning Garden, Ipoh was well-known by the locals away from the tourist hubs. Chee Cheong Fun, or we called it steamed rice noodles are known for breakfast choice by the locals. There are many decent chee cheong fun stalls in Ipoh but this particular stall at Canning Garden serves it on metal plates and traditional sauces. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Ipoh Famous Chee Cheong Fun At Canning Garden – Son Took Over
Ding Dong first opened in 2013 at Ann Siang Hill has since relocated to Amoy Street since 2016. Believe it or not but this is my first visit here. The restaurant offers innovative dishes that meld familiar and traditional flavours of Asian cuisine with innovative plating, and modern, progressive culinary techniques. Continue reading [SG EATS] Ding Dong At Amoy Street- New Creation Menu
Dehesa has recently launched their new Power Lunch Sets Menu and I was invited down for the tasting session. Dehesa located along North Canal Road is a casual Spanish restaurant helmed by Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe Patruno. He is previously Executive Chef of Una at Rochester Park. The restaurant is an open concept kitchen where diners get to watch chefs in action. Continue reading [SG EATS] Lunch Sets At Dehesa From S$22.00 onwards | North Canal Road
The Beauty In The Pot at One KM Mall is the latest attention in town. This is because the outlet is the latest and largest outlet with pink princess theme. The outlet accommodates 288 seats and is located at Level 3. What makes the outlet special other than the pink series is that it offers 6 soup bases instead of the usual 2 or 4 soup bases. Private rooms with individual pots are available for big groups. Continue reading [SG EATS] Beauty in the Pot At One KM Mall- Pink Is The New Black?
Sometime back I joined fellow foodies to Goldleaf Restaurant in conjunction of their 45th anniversary celebration which is located within a walking distance from Telok Ayer MRT station. Goldleaf is a restaurant that specialized in porridge in Singapore in the 1970s and served Taiwanese dishes to diners. The restaurant initially located along Orchard Road and has been relocated to other places and finally here at Amoy Street. Continue reading [SG EATS] TAIWANESE PORRIDGE AND DISHES BY GOLDLEAF RESTAURANT