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Bar Kut Teh - Breakfast fit for leaders and 'head of states'!

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 4 years ago

Continuing our quest for authentic local delicacies, ex-hound Fourseason took us to the iconic hole-in-the wall ' Ng Ah Sio ' for a breakfast of ' Bak Kut Teh' and Chiu Chow yummies. Armed with tab...

Singapore Adventure - Food, Glorious Seafood!

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 4 years ago

Our arrival was greeted by my decade long, local foodie guru good 'ex-chowhounder' friend, Fourseasons and his wife. Taking us to a water-front seafood restaurant ' Palm Beach ' next to ' MerLi...

Tasting local dishes at the 'Singapore Island Country Club'

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 4 years ago

Food choices for our last night in Singapore was again handed over to the expert hands of Guru foodie Fourseasons. With his charming wife coming along to keep us company, he drove us through some r...

Omakase at 'Tatsuya' - Darn good Japanese food in Singapore!

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 4 years ago

First full 'chow-day' in Singapore: Let the ' Human Foie Gras Fattening Process ' begin! In anticipation of the impending non-stop fattening process these coming days, my wife and I started our ...

Singapore Adventure - Contemporary Peranakan Cuisine at the world famous 'Candle Nut'.

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 4 years ago

After a sumptuous Japanese Omakase lunch and a short afternoon intermission, our 'fattening' process continued in earnest! This time, again led by my Singapore Foodie chow-friend Fourseasons, hi...

Singapore - Joel Robuchon Restaurant, Sentosa

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by Julian Teoh 8 years ago

I could start this review by reciting a list of Joël Robuchon’s achievements, but I won’t. Suffice to say I was really looking forward to my visit to Joël Robuchon Restaurant, the master’s outpost...

hawker/ food court recs near Kent Vale?

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by trueblu 4 years ago

Wow: not sure I know how to navigate the new chowhound site -- it's been a while since I've posted and I can't seem to find anything! My family (wife, 6 yo daughter and I) are going to Singapore...

[Singapore] Sembawang White Beehoon from You Huak

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by klyeoh 5 years ago

You Huak is currently one of Singapore's hottest local eating spots - outrageously popular for its Teochew-inflected "white beehoon": thin rice vermicelli stir-fried/braised in a seafood broth. It'...

Singapore (36 hours) from NYC - Please help!

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by gwh912 4 years ago

Okay, so I've been researching the board, and have narrowed down cuisine types but need some assistance on actual restaurants. Coming from NYC, we are (reluctantly) going to pass on Andre as wit...

[Singapore] Hainanese Chicken Rice Lunch at Yet Con.

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by klyeoh 5 years ago

Yet Con has always been my family's go-to place for Hainanese chicken rice. It may not be as swish as its newer competitors, but it's been there forever & ever (est. 1940). Stepping into Yet Con, s...

Singapore Moon Cake festival.

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by towkay 4 years ago

Would appreciate comments for your favourite moon cake in Singapore. There are so many offerings including durian flavoured, but prefer the traditional with/without egg yoke. Have been out of tou...

Singapore - Modern-Nyonya cuisine at Candlenut, Dorsett Residences (Outram Park)

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by klyeoh 6 years ago

The wait is over: Candlenut opened on 1 July, ending a 1.5 year wait among the many fans of young chef, Malcolm Lee, after its previous incarnation, the popular Candlenut Kitchen closed. The new...

Ki-sho: Potentially Singapore's best Kaiseki restaurant at this moment

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by Bu Pun Su 5 years ago

Ever since I left Singapore for good a few years ago, I no longer follow the island’s restaurants development that well. Perhaps, this is why, sometimes I tend to re-visit the same places. Last mon...

[Singapore] Teochew Kueh Selection from Tiong Bahru

klyeoh
by klyeoh 5 years ago

In a city where its hawker food is dominated by Hokkien and Teochew delicacies, finding Teochew kuehs (steamed cakes) is relatively easy in Singapore. And one of my happy hunting ground for Teochew...

[Singapore] Best Fried "Sotong Bee Hoon" in Town

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by klyeoh 5 years ago

Hwa Huat at the popular Cheng San Market in Ang Mo Kio attracts a long queue each morning. It's claim-to-fame is its Fried Sotong Bee Hoon: stir-fried rice vermicelli noodles ("bee hoon") with squi...

[Singapore] "Lontong" from Kampung Glam Cafe

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by klyeoh 5 years ago

Kampung Glam Café in Singapore's Malay quarter around the Sultan Mosque has always been one of my favourite spots for "teh tarek" and Malay "kueh-mueh". It also offers a plethora of good Malay ...

Booking top end restaurants in Singapore - help please

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by sophielu 5 years ago

So, we're thinking of going to Singapore at the beginning of June (long weekend). It will be our first time there and it'll be for our anniversary. Is it too late to book top end restaurants, like ...

{Singapore] Best "Teh Tarik" in Town

klyeoh
by klyeoh 5 years ago

This hole-in-a-wall sarabat stall at the corner of Bussorah Street & Kandahar Street has been here forever & ever. Zamir Ahmad, with his long, flowing white beard, cuts quite a figure - he brew...

Singapore - Trad-Hakka Delicacies at Plum Village (梅村酒家)

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by klyeoh 8 years ago

Plum Village has probably the most complete Hakka menu of any restaurant in Singapore, though not really the best-tasting. Our dinner recently (Hakka dialect used here to describe the dishes) consi...