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Category Archive for 'Eat-Out: Singaporean'

A weekend family outing in Orchard Road ended up with dinner at the newly revamped Tangs Market. It’s been at least 4 months since Tangs Market at basement 1 of Tangs Orchard was relaunched, but it’s our first time eating there. Quite an interesting mix of new and old here — Singapore’s first Krispy Kreme [...]

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Uncle Chicken

Having discovered this gem of a stall a few months ago, this is my current favorite chicken rice at the moment. Boss Niven Leong is the son of the original Sin Kee Chicken Rice founder. His brother now helms the Mei Ling Street Food Centre outlet. There’s another Sin Kee Chicken Rice along Commonwealth Ave [...]

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This severely underrated curry puff stall serves one of the best curry puffs in Singapore. They used to be at Henderson Road, but have now relocated nearby to Kim Tian Road. I’ve been eating Soon Soon Huat’s curry puffs for years, and I can’t believe I’m only blogging them now. If you find the taste [...]

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At Tiong Bahru Food Centre, there are several popular food stalls (usually easily identified by their queues). Apparently, this noodle stall is famous for their premium bu jian tian (“pig armpit”) char siew. They only prepare a limited quantity per day, so come early if you want a taste of the “armpit” char siew.

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There’s always a long queue at this braised duck stall. And they sell out really fast, so I’ve never had a chance to eat here until today, which must be my lucky day since the queue was relatively short. What I like is that their braising sauce is served old-school style, ie. watery and not [...]

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Hua Kee Chicken Rice

Seriously, this severely under-the-radar chicken rice stall needs more accolades. Much as I detest breast meat (cue dry and stringy flesh), Hua Kee’s version impressed me with their juicy and tender chicken breast. The chicken here is cooked classic Cantonese-style — poached and cooled in cold water, then chopped and dressed with a soy sauce-sesame [...]

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Old Punggol Satay

One of the more popular food stalls in Alexandra Village hawker centre, Old Punggol Satay has managed to maintain a consistent standard over the years. My usual order here is pork (must order!) and chicken satay. They also serve mutton, but I’m not a fan of this meat. What gets my vote for Old Punggol [...]

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This is another one of my trusty, go-to stalls in Bukit Merah Central Food Centre. It’s just next to Day Night Fried Kway Teow. Regulars at this hawker centre would be familiar with this stall. During lunch hour, a 20 min wait is the norm. So just what’s the appeal about this stall? I think [...]

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