Kaye Tan

“The best Hokkien Mee in Singapore” reopens in Redhill after sudden closure

False alarm! Touted as "the best Hokkien Mee in Singapore", Uncle Peter Hokkien Mee will not be closing, but relocating to Lengkok Bahru. First announcing...

$0.30 Lok Lok with free-flow Mala, Tomato & Tom Yum soup at Mount Austin

Here is another reason to cross the border: sinful skewers of lok lok from just $0.30! This amazing deal is available at Xiao Xiang Zi...

S$0.60 Ondeh Ondeh & S$0.80 Glutinous Rice at popular kueh shop, closing after 50 years

All good things will come to an end. And it comes, excruciatingly hard, to Happiness Nonya Cakes & Confectionery, the popular old-school kueh shop...

New in town: Kopitiam replaces Lucky Plaza’s Jollibee with Tian Tian Chicken Rice & more

A new era has dawned within the space once occupied by Singapore's first Jollibee outlet. One of Singapore's largest kopitiam operators, Kimly Coffeeshop at...

Handmade char siew & wanton at old-school wanton mee stall, closing next month

Another stall has fallen prey to hawker centre renovations. Adored among residents, Hup Heng Wonton Noodle will be closing next month, due to repairs...

We tried Singapore’s best-rated Wanton Mee

Wanton mee. Think slices of decadent char siew lined on strands of QQ egg noodles enveloped with sauce. Think wanton dumplings floating lazily in...

S$9 Hotpot with free-flow Lu Rou Fan & DIY Ice Dessert at famous Chinese hotpot chain

Eh, where to find affordable hotpot? Run, don't walk to Xiabu Xiabu at Lazada One. With over 1,000 branches in Mainland China, the popular hotpot...

Yan Fried Bee Hoon: Is PM Lee’s favourite chicken wing worth the wait?

Back in 2014, our Prime Minister was caught waiting 30 minutes for chicken wings. HUH?! You can imagine the buzz 10 years ago. Where were...

Dian Xiao Er: Hug parents & get S$50 voucher & more family promos

Renowned for its signature roast ducks, Dian Xiao Er may be a familiar name to most Singaporeans. Perhaps the beloved Chinese restaurant is a...

New in town: Wo Wo Dian – A 135-year legacy of century-old steamed buns & Szechuan rice noodles!

This famous Chinese restaurant transcends time. Originating from Mianyang, Szechuan, Wo Wo Dian (窝窝店 百年包子) traces its roots back to 1899 — the Qing Dynasty...

Wang Wang Crispy Curry Puff: Addictive curry puffs from Old Airport Rd opens new outlet

It's a 旺旺 (prosperous) day for old-school pastry lovers. Guess what? Famous for their piping-hot curry puffs at Old Airport Road Food Centre, Wang...

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