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Haron Satay: Tasty But A Teeny Bit Too Sweet

A pleasant night at East Coast Lagoon Food Village (hawker centre) which we headed to fix our satay craving. Only downer is touting here (stall owners swarming and calling out to you) as it’s a tourist attraction I guess. Haron … Continue reading

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Warung M Nasir: Nasi Padang at Killiney Road

Haven’t had Nasi Padang in a while, but I didn’t find the meal here as tasty as I recall from back in 2011. Perhaps I should have added an assam fish as well. Love mixing the different gravies – the more the … 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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Had Amazing Chicken Satay at Eunos Crescent Hawker Centre

Lots of good Malay food here, but I would come back for the satay. I dare say it’s one of the best I’ve had lately. The freshly made potato curry puffs were so yummy and here’s where you can get … Continue reading

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Nasi Lemak: Old Airport Road Hawker Centre

Been trying out quite a number of Nasi Lemak stalls, but at the moment the one I like best is from Wok & Barrel at Duxton Hill. The rice there is just perfect and for me that was the winning … Continue reading

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What’s New at Far East Plaza?

Haven’t been to Far East Plaza in months and I wanted to see whether there was anything new. No more Tom and Tom’s here (the Korean Coffee Chain). Instead, a stall selling Malay food. Mee Rebus, Mee Siam, Nasi Lemak, … Continue reading

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Arnold’s Fried Chicken hits the Spot

Not the Arnold’s from Happy Days, but the Arnold’s in Singapore with the greasy but great home style fried chicken. They seem to be located in old, out of the way, delapidated shopping centres, like this one at Hougang Green … Continue reading

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Minang at Kandahar Street: Singapore’s Best Nasi Padang

Nasi Padang is something B loves. I like to have this once in a while when I’m hankering for Malay style rice with all sorts of curries, which is what Nasi Padang is. More accurately, Nasi Padang is an Indonesian … Continue reading

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Fika at Arab Street: A Swedish Halal Cafe

Arab street had won my heart over. It’s about the loveliest place in Singapore. I had the yummiest pancakes (tasted like half pancakes and half crepe) at this very unique Swedish Halal Cafe at the fringe of Arab Street called … Continue reading

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Halal Sushi

Sushi Hei at Sembawang shopping centre is the only sushi place I know of that is halal certified. Ichiban Boshi is still my favourite chain restaurant for sushi, but the variety here is nice. It’s also nice that it was … Continue reading

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