Singapore

Hock Lee Bak Kut Teh: Well Known Stall in Toa Payoh with A Spicy Treat

Bak Kut Teh is one of the lesser known dishes here in Singapore. However, it’s still an amazing local dish that has a Malaysian variation as well. Singapore’s version is peppery, while the Malaysian version is more herbal. I’ve always preferred the Malaysian style due to my spice intolerance, however, I wanted to get out …

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Marutama Ramen – An Exquisite Bowl of Chicken Broth Ramen

Out of all the different ramen broths I’ve tried, chicken broth ramen is not one of them, and I’ve always wondered what it’d taste like. Chicken broth ramen is a rarity in Singapore as many ramen restaurants are dominated by either Tonkotsu, Shoyu, Shio or Miso broths. Enter Marutama Ramen, which was founded by Tetsuya …

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A Chicken Rice which just missed the mark – Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice

Ever since I’ve tasted Tian Tian Chicken Rice I’ve wondered whether any other chicken rice stalls could compare to it. Since I came to Tiong Bahru Food Centre, I decided to try the famous Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice. I haven’t visited Tiong Bahru Food Centre for a long time, so I ended up …

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Shimbashi Soba: Popular Soba Restaurant at Paragon Shopping Centre

Shimbashi Soba has been serving delicious soba at Paragon shopping centre since 2003. Their goal is to serve customers delicious and fresh soba noodles made from Tasmanian buckwheat flour. I once had a meal there years ago and recently decided to see whether anything has changed. I managed to get a seat during the lunch …

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Famous Hokkien Mee at Changi Village: Changi Village Hokkien Mee

The saying “East Side is best side” rings  true. I went to Changi Village hawker centre and had the opportunity to eat their famous Hokkien Mee. The portions come in three sizes: I opted for the small one, but was pleasantly surprised by the generous serving of noodles. For people who are unfamiliar with Hokkien Mee, …

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