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Guan Heng Cooked Food – Satay Bee Hoon in Chong Pang

You will never find a dish called satay bee hoon outside of Singapore, this is a Singapore fusion dish through and through. Satay bee hoon is fusion of Malay or Javanese cuisine with Teochew cuisine. Guan Heng Cooked Food in Chong Pang City Wet Market & Food Centre is one of the hawker stalls that […]

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Ming Ji Chicken Rice – Chilled Steamed Chicken Rice

My friend has been raving to me about this chicken rice stall in Bishan and we are finally going there for dinner.  Ming Ji Chicken Rice is hugely popular among Bishan residents, evident from the snaking long queues at meal times.  Ming Ji Chicken Rice only sells Steamed Chicken 白斩鸡 [S$14 for Half Chicken, S$27 […]

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Hawker

Shan Dong Dong Ji La Mian Xiao Long Bao 山东東記拉面小笼包

My girlfriend has been recommending me a coffeeshop stall in Jurong East that sells cheap and tasty Chinese steamed dumplings. When I was in Jurong East a few days ago, I decided to check the stall out for myself. Shan Dong Dong Ji La Mian Xiao Long Bao is one of the stalls in Fu […]

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Allauddin’s Briyani – Briyani Specialist with 60 Years Experience

It is all my colleague’s fault. For some reason, she has been talking about briyani for the whole of last week. It’s enough to make me crave for briyani so I decided to get myself some briyani. I asked my colleague for a briyani recommendation and she recommended Allauddin’s Briyani in Tekka Centre. Located in […]

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Yan Ji Seafood Soup 炎记海鲜汤 – Famous Seafood Soup

The first Yan Ji Seafood Soup in Marsiling Mall started operating in the 1980s.  The emphasis on fresh seafood and consistent quality paid off during the 30 years of history.  Yan Ji Seafood Soup has since expanded into two more stalls in Broadway Coffeeshop and Far East Plaza.  Yan Ji Seafood Soup has been featured […]

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Michelin Guide Singapore

Hong Kee Beef Noodle – Michelin Bib Gourmand Beef Noodles

Like I said in Chey Sua Carrot Cake, I am going to embark on a Michelin Bib Gourmand eating spree, giving my two-cents worth on these “famed” restaurants and hawkers.  So far I have already reviewed Kok Sen, New Ubin Seafood (Hillview), Ash & Elm, Master Tang Wontan Mee, Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle, Liao […]

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Michelin Guide Singapore

Chey Sua Carrot Cake – Michelin Bib Gourmand Carrot Cake

The Michelin Guide has long been regarded as the world’s foremost authority of culinary merit. To win a Michelin one-star is a cause for celebration and to win a Michelin three-star is next to impossible.  So far I have already reviewed Kok Sen, New Ubin Seafood (Hillview), Ash & Elm, Master Tang Wontan Mee, Hill […]

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Michelin Guide Singapore

Master Tang Wontan Mee (鄧師傅鳳城麺家)

I stumbled upon an article written about Master Tang (鄧師傅鳳城麺家) and this Michelin one-starred stall was opened by a retired Crystal Jade chef, who has worked there for 17 years.  The original stall is located at Sixth Avenue, but it relocated to Bukit Batok East Avenue 5 when the lease was up.  There is a […]

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Chinese

Xiang Mei Roasted Meat – Hidden Roasted Meat Hawker in Bukit Batok

Xiang Mei Roasted Meat has been around for more than 20 years and it is what I call a true hidden gem of a hawker stall in Singapore. It may not have garnered any awards but people who live and work in the area know that this stall serves some excellent roasted meats.  Xiang Mei […]

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Chinese

Hup Lee Fried Bee Hoon – This Is Not The Famous Chong Pang Nasi Lemak

Fried bee hoon is a type of street food that has become very much a part of life in Singapore. A plate of fried bee hoon is the staple breakfast of many Singaporeans.  While I was living in Yishun, I was staying just opposite of Chong Pang, the housing estate in Yishun that is emblem […]