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  • 11 Things to Know Before Opening a Singapore Hawker Stall

    Last Updated: April 8, 2016
    hawker With more hawker centres opening, a new generation of Singapore hawkers will emerge to fill the demand with more opportunities arising. If you are one of these vendor hopefuls looking for a potential hawker stall, read this before you take the plunge into Singapore's nitty-gritty F&B hawker industry. ...
  • 11 Best Fried Carrot Cakes 菜头粿 in Singapore That Are Calories Worthy

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Singaporeans alike all love to feast and bury ourselves in local hawker delicacies. So there's no doubt our Fried Carrot Cake 菜头粿 is included. No, there's absolutely no connection or likeness ...
  • Hidden Yard Cafe: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: September 17, 2015

    More restaurant than cafe- but still delivering chilled out, as promised.

    Hidden Yard-exterior

    What was once Hot & Spicy Nasi Lemak Family Restaurant, has been rebranded, revamped and turned into what is now Hidden Yard Cafe. Hidden Yard advertises themselves as a cafe, but I would consider the place more of a laid back restaurant because of their focus on the food more-so than the coffee. The cafe/restaurant serves up a classic mix of straightforward, local Malay dishes, perfect if that's what you're in the mood for. (Note, when we visited, Hidden Yard was also in the final stages of receiving their halal certification). ...
  • Kay Lee Roast Meat (Tanjong Katong): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: August 22, 2015

    Understandably a $4 million Recipe

    kay lee roast meat singapore sign Interestingly enough, Madam Betty Wong and Husband Hong Wai Kai sold the Kay lee recipe to the Aztech group in hopes of immortalizing the recipe in years to come, as well as retiring on a comfortable bank account. Aztech normally deals with technology, so it was interesting to see them venture into Singapore's F&B scene, and whether they make that four million investment worthwhile. ...
  • The Quarters: Singapore Bistro Cafe Review

    Last Updated: August 9, 2015

    " A modern twist on Singapore's local delights"

    The-Quarters modsin cafe singapore The Quarters: The cafe which puts a modern touch to Singapore's traditional food from every quarter of Singapore, regardless of race or religion. The bistro cafe highlights the juxtaposition between the old and the new by serving up local favourites easily found in the hawker centers but with a fancy touch. ...
  • 12 Best Prawn Noodle 蝦麵 Soups in Singapore

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Growing up, prawn noodles has always been one of my favourite hawker foods, so I was more than excited to be doing a guide on the best prawn noodles in Singapore. It's important not to confuse ...
  • 18 Must Eats in Jurong and Clementi From Singapore’s West Side

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    If you stay in the West side of Singapore, you would probably have suffered some teasing from your friends, especially from the ones who stay in the East or Central areas. We're talking about ...
  • 10 Best Laksas In Singapore You’ll Find Irresistibly Yummy

    Last Updated: December 26, 2016
    Laksa (or curry laksa), originally a Peranakan dish, has managed to capture the hearts and stomachs of both Singaporeans and Malaysians. There are three main variations of laksa: curry laksa, assam ...
  • Straits Express: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: April 8, 2016

    "Food from the Straits Settlement"

    straits express restaurant review Straits Express has a rather unique concept combining 3 different cuisines – Anglo Hainanese, Peranakan and Penang under one roof. It is based off the food in the Straits Settlement which refers to the group of British territories in South East Asia during the early 1900s. ...