Pratunam Famous Chicken and Pork Leg Rice located in one of the coffeeshop at Geylang Road has caught my attention on my Facebook feed recently. They started their business since mid-June this year. They specialise in local Thai comfort food including the Pork Leg Rice, Chicken Rice and Grilled items.
We pre-ordered the Jay Fai inspired crab omelette a day before we head down. This is required if you want to have a taste of it. We ordered via whatsapp and payment is required to confirm your order. Continue reading [SG EATS] Pratunam Famous Chicken And Pork Leg Rice in Geylang Serving Raan Jay Fai Inspired Crab Omelette
Niku Soba Keisuke is the 8th ramen concept and 12th outlet by Ramen Keisuke Group. Mark your calendar as the restaurant is opening on 21 September 2020.This is their first joint ramen concept, alongside the adjacent Tonkotsu King ( Paya Lebar). The restaurant caters 49-seater venue (comprising Niku King’s 25 seats and Tonkotsu King’s 24 seats). Continue reading [SG EATS] Niku King At Paya Lebar Square- Ramen Keisuke ‘s First Joint Ramen Concept
Long Beach Seafood Restaurant is a Singapore’s leading seafood restaurant and also the Creator of the Original and Best Black Pepper Crab since 1982. The restaurant is an iconic seafood place to go for locals and tourists. My last visit to their outlet at Dempsey was almost 10 years ago. Oh boy! Time flies and I am here at their sixth outlet at Robertson Quay (opened in early August this year). Continue reading [SG EATS] Long Beach @ Robertson Quay At The Quayside
Wai Hai Lou is an authentic Cantonese restaurant is the hidden gem in the heart of Chinatown Food Street. The restaurant offers classic Cantonese dish such as freshly made Chee Cheong Fun and signature Pork Knuckle Noodles. We were here recently to try out some of their dishes. Continue reading [SG EATS] Wai Hai Lou (外海楼) – Cantonese Restaurant in Chinatown Food Street
When it comes to Nasi Lemak recommendation in Singapore, The Coconut Club is one of the top recommendations. The restaurant earned its reputation when they received an additional stamp of approval from PM Lee Hsien Loong when he chose to host Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte in late 2016. They are also known as Michelin Bib Gourmand choice in 2018. Although everyone is raving about it, this is my first time visiting. We wanted to go to next door new opening but it was long queue. So, this is our plan B on a Sunday late lunch. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Coconut Club At Ann Siang Road– Famous For Its Nasi Lemak
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?
VUE Singapore located at OUE Bayfront on Collyer Quay is Singapore’s premier rooftop dining destination. You can read about my previous post here. The restaurant has reopen with new seasonal menus to offer to their guests. This includes the weekend special Surf & Turf lunch menu that served complete with a choice of lunch cocktail, on the house. Full menu here . The set lunch is priced at S$128.00++ . Continue reading [SG EATS] VUE Restaurant At OUE Bayfront Launches Surf & Turf Weekend Set Lunch
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
With Phase 2 opening and dine-in is available in Singapore now, we can see the diners are out again. I can see quite a number of people dining at Robertson Quay as I headed to Beast & Butterflies at M Social hotel for a dinner on a weekday night. My last visit to the restaurant was for their Christmas Celebration. Time Flies! Continue reading [SG EATS] Beast & Butterflies at M Social Hotel Singapore – Reopen with New Menu After Circuit Breaker