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An Old Favourite: Yakader Briyani at Tekka Market

Somehow the chicken is not as soft as I recall and the curry not as tasty but it’s still one my favourite in Singapore. The ginger milk tea (Teh Alia) at the nearby stall is really good too with a … Continue reading

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Best Teh Tarik in Singapore (Nameless Stall at Kampong Glam)

The elderly white bearded uncle at the little nameless tea shop, just opposite Kampong Glam cafe makes the best tea in Singapore hands down. It’s called a Sarabat stall (selling mainly drinks and run by mainly Indian Muslim owners) and … Continue reading

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Confused About Which is the Best Curry Chicken Stall at Queensway: Famous or Original?

I’m so confused about which is the stall that has the better curry chicken at Queensway but all I know is that I loved what I had. Chose the famous curry chicken stall (even though it may be more famous … Continue reading

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Allauddin’s Briyani at now at Bedok Hawker Centre

I was pleasantly surprised to see Allauddin’s Briyani at Bedok hawker centre. Had to try it and the chicken was as soft as ever. Falling off the bone soft. I still prefer the taste of the rice with the gravy … Continue reading

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Famous Islamic Restaurant at North Bridge Road

I have been wanting to try this Briyani for quite some time. I was slightly disappointed as my expectations were high. To state it point blank, the Briyani at Yakadar which is a little stall at Tekka market, blows this … Continue reading

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Milky Ginger Tea at Kampong Glam

We walked a little way down past Kandahar street to a tiny coffee shop. Here hot tea is traditionally tossed high into the air by a sweet, elderly Indian Muslim man. The resulting teh tarik was perfection. I even felt … Continue reading

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Uniquely Singapore Drinks

We have so many unique beverages in Singapore and I am not just talking about the Singapore Sling. When I say uniquely Singapore, I mean Malaysia as well as we are so closely connected culturally. We were part of Malaya … Continue reading

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