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
First Street Teochew Fish Soup located at Upper Serangoon Road is known as one of the best fish soup in Singapore. Based on online reviews, it is founded by Mr William Lim back in the 80s, where he started the business at First Centre before relocation here in Upper Serangoon Road. They are featured in various media platform and currently manage by father and two sons. Continue reading [SG EATS] First Street Teochew Fish Soup (第一街潮州鱼汤) At Upper Serangoon Road – Worth the Queue?
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
Outram Park Fried Kway Teow is awarded Bib Gourmand Award in the MICHELIN GUIDE SINGAPORE 2018 selection. It is well-known in the food community and seems like everyone is raving about it. I made my way to the stall located at Hong Lim Food Centre, Chinatown early in the morning to check it out. Continue reading [SG EATS] Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee (Michelin Bib Gourmand) At Hong Lim Food Centre – Worth To Queue?
Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup located at Foch Road and Authentic Mun Chee King of Pig’s Organ Soup located at Jalan Besar both are known for their pig organ soup in Singapore. Both stalls are originated from the same family but they went separate ways with their own regular customers. Pig’s Organ Soup or we called “zhu zha tang 猪什汤” is one of the comfort soup dish in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a traditional Chinese soup from Teochew Origin serving clear soup with mix pig offals. Continue reading [SG EATS] Cheng Mun Chee Kee Pig Organ Soup 正文志记猪什汤大王 At Foch Road
Singapore Food Masters 2019 is back this season featuring the stalls and restaurants across Singapore. This event is held annually in appreciation of Singapore local food culture.The food hunt is categorized into four zones – North, East, Central & West with top 10 Food Masters unveiled for the public and judges to vote for a given time period. And lastly, we will have the top 3 eateries from four corners amongst more than 120 eateries. Continue reading [SG EVENT] Singapore Food Masters 2019 – Your Choice of Stalls and Restaurants in Singapore
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
It was a random weekday night after an early tasting session when we decided to go for second round of dinner. So, one of us suggested Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice, which is located at Chinatown Complex. Then, she called to order directly and was told to go down in 40minutes time. Continue reading [SG EATS] Lian He Ben Ji Claypot Rice – Listed in 2018 Michelin Bib Gourmand
Despite visiting Penang so many times, I have yet tried the King of Rojak. Hock Seng Rojak is claimed to be the Rojak King of Penang and it has been in business for more than 40 years. Hock Seng Rojak stall has attracted locals and tourist to line up in queues to check out their rojak. Continue reading [PENANG EATS] Hock Seng Rojak At Gat Lebuh Cecil | Macallum Street
My friends and I visited Bei-ing Yun Tuen Noodles located at Roxy Square Food Court over the weekend to try out their noodles. As I am not familiar with the place, it took me a while to locate the stall. I went round and round the building until I found the stall. Continue reading [SG EATS] Bei-Ing Yun Tuen (Wonton) Noodles At Roxy Square Food Court