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Song Fa bak kut teh

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh

Are you yearning for a bowl of good old Bak Kut Teh? Recently, FoodClappers reviewed a few popular bak kut teh stalls/restaurants in Singapore. So far, the one that wins our votes is Song Fa bak kut teh. The FoodClappers team has reviewed the Song Fa bak kut teh outlet in The Seletar Mall in […]

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mushrooms cheese bake rice tiong bahru

Eighteen Chefs Review – Tiong Bahru Plaza

Ever heard of cheese baked rice with creamy mango sauce infused with salmon and mushrooms? Eighteen Chefs is the right place to go to try out wacky combinations of baked rice you have never tried before! With more than a thousand possible combinations, what else could possibly tantalize your taste buds and satisfy your craving for a heart-warming […]

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King crabs

The Ultimate Crab Feast (Crab Party Buffet) – ParkRoyal Hotel

The ultimate crab feast buffet takes place once a year at ParkRoyal Hotel. Boasting a spread comprising 27 types of crab dishes, of which 14 are whole crabs varieties namely chilli crab, XO crab, marmite crab, black pepper crab, butter crab, cereal crab, salted egg crab, Nonya chilli crab, king crab, dang gui crab, curry […]

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Togi Korean Restaurant – 11 Mosque St

With the recent rise of K-Wave, Korean culture has gained much momentum in Singapore. Undoubtedly, Korean cuisine is becoming increasingly ubiquitous. Having been around for many years even before K-Wave hit Singapore, Togi serves one of the best Korean food in Singapore.  One of the most famous Korean food is bibimbap. Togi’s hearty serving of bibimbap […]

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steak, beef - purvis street

Western Food – Steak, Snapper – Purvis Street

Food is good. Though a little pricey, the quality makes up for it. They provided bread and butter as a complimentary starter which was nice. There’s a little bit of truffle oil in the butter which makes the bread taste really unique. For starters, we tried the crab salad with chilled pea soup. It was […]

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The DRUGGIE - chocolate pancakes

Strictly Pancakes – 44A Prinsep St

As suggested by the name of the restaurant, this place specialises in pancakes – both savoury and sweet, at decent prices. I have yet to try their savoury dishes, but judging from their sweet ones that I have tried, they look rather promising! BANANAS-SCOTCHED – vanilla pancakes, served with banana slices, a scoop of vanilla ice […]

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Dim Sum

Dim Sum – 20 Trengganu Street, Yum Cha

Old fashion push cart dim sum. Typical chinese restaurant where one can expect rowdiness, noisy and bad service. However, dim sum varieties is good and plenty. Mouth-watering small dishes that “touches your heart”. Expect all the usual favourite dishes. So, if one likes to experience family restaurants where you can talk aloud, take your time […]

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Ipoh Hor Fun

Ipoh Hor Fun – Lee Tong Kee, South Bridge Road

  Looking for authentic original Ipoh Hor Fun? This is the place to go! After my first try, a dear friend brought me there, I returned a few other times bringing my family old folks, parents, aunties and uncles who had missed a good bowl (soup) or plate (dry) of Ipoh hor fun. Now the […]

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