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This was a quick lunch with a friend who works in Killiney Road. One of Real Food’s bestselling dishes, this dumpling noodle dish is her favorite item at this sprawling organic meat-free cafe cum lifestyle grocery store. I too, became an instant fan. It’s so delicious you almost forget it’s a meat-free dish! Chopped vegetables [...]

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Din Tai Fung’s annual Steamed Chilli Crab Dumplings (xiao long bao) promo is back again! Courtesy of Din Tai Fung Singapore, one lucky AromaCookery reader will win one chilli crab dumplings voucher (worth S$6.80 for 4 pcs) as well as S$20 Din Tai Fung vouchers. Here’s how to win these vouchers: “Like” AromaCookery’s FaceBook page. [...]

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It’s the June school holidays, so the extended family went on a day trip to Sentosa. We had lunch at Malaysian Food Street, one of the cheaper food options in touristy Sentosa island. The theme food court was fully occupied during lunchtime, despite its large seating capacity. More than a year ago since I attended [...]

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When Filipino fast-food chain Jollibee opened their first Singapore branch in March this year, there were reports of crazy long queues, like one hour and longer! So I waited till the initial fuss died down before checking them out. Even though it was after 2pm on a weekday, I still waited 10 minutes for my [...]

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Chopsuey Cafe

There hasn’t been much positive response to the latest opening by the PS Cafe folks. A cheeky nod to its moniker, ChoPSuey’s concept is Westernized Chinese food. The menu is a mishmash of classic Chinese dishes with a quirky Anglicized spin (eg. truffle yam ball) and American Chinese-inspired dishes like General Tso’s chicken drumlets, and [...]

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Whenever I’m in the Golden Mile area, I can’t resist popping in Golden Mile Complex aka Little Thailand. I’ll usually head to the Thai supermarket on the second floor to buy Thai curry pastes, noodles and snacks. Before heading home, I’ll stop by Diandin Leluk’s takeaway counter.

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Haven’t been to Centrepoint for a few months. Was surprised to see there’s a new F&B outlet opposite Noodle Place Restaurant. Ipoh Lou Yao is supposedly a popular chain from Malaysia. Their signature dish is very much like our local poached Hainanese chicken rice, except that they use yellow-skinned kampong chicken, served with fat, crunchy [...]

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Happy news for Malaysian street food lovers! Now you no longer need to drive 5 hours to Kuala Lumpur or take a plane to Penang to satisfy your craving for KL Hokkien mee or Penang char kway teow. Just hop over to Malaysian Food Street at Resorts World Sentosa!

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