We wanted to review the best Mee Siam in Yishun. After getting credible recommendations, we visited a traditional coffee shop located at Blk 156 Yishun Street 11. It’s called the “156 Eating House”. There is only one stall here that sells Mee Siam so you won’t miss it. At $2.50 per plate, we were served […]
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Today we review a very popular dish – Nasi Lemak. Obviously, Nasi Lemak (coconut rice) is a well sought-after past time favourite of many locals. However, with so many competition out there, can any stall still stand out? Yes there is. We found a Nasi Lemak stall worth clapping for in Lorong Ah Soo’s […]
The delicious gravy with its fragrant coconut smell of this bowl of lotong never fails to tempt me to finish drinking it all till its last drop. This lotong is not spicy at all and the spices added are just right. Fret not, if you like your lotong to be spicy, feel free to add […]
Ever heard of Sarawak Kolo Mee? How about Sarawak Laksa? Well, these Sarawak noodles are rare in Singapore. But we found a stall in Haig Road Food Centre (which is opposite Tanjong Katong Complex / near City Plaza) that serves them. Look at the photos of Kolo Mee. The noodle is quite dry, comes with […]
Could this be the cheapest and most valued for money plate of chicken rice in Hougang?! The chicken meat is tender and its rice is fragrant and aromatic. Also, it has a big portion with its price of $2.50. Chili lovers would love this place as the chili served is very spicy. For a plus […]
All the dishes are aromatic and delicious. Soupy sauce (lemak) of their lontong is perfect to taste. The coconut milk is not too dilute nor overwhelming,just right. Other typical Malay dishes, soto ayam, mee rebus, mee soto, mee siam, mee rebus etc…are always good for breakfast and light lunch. The portions are generous. Please try […]
Today we review one of the best mee rebus stalls of the East here in Blk 538, Bedok North Street 3, #01-98. What makes a good plate of mee rebus? I think many factors are involved. The gravy must be hot and its viscosity must be balanced. Too hot and the noodle gets over-cooked and soggy. […]
The amount of coconut and dry prawns and chilli makes this bowl of laksa a perfect and satisfying meal. You probably can tell from the picture above that the gravy is pretty thick. In fact, it is not just thick, but also rich in coconut milk. Oooo.. for those of you who remember Katong Laksa, […]
Roti prata is derived from the original pancake recipes from India and Pakistan, and is commonly known as “roti prata” in Singapore. So if you are looking for an Indian roti prata which is crispy on the outstide and soft on the inside and is served with a bowl of spicy and sour fish head […]
If you’re a vegetarian, you could try this roti prata for breakfast. Only breakfast, mind you, as by lunch, the roti prata would all be sold out. The combination of a crispy and fragrant roti prata with thick and fragrant, but not very spicy curry sauce is the best way to start your day. Don’t […]
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