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Tom’s Citizoom – Never Seen Before Fish Chor Mee

This is my second time to Tom’s Citizoom Mee Pok Tar, and I was caught a little by surprised when Tom remembered who I was “Yes Daniel, what’s your order? How many hawkers remember their customer’s name after two visits? Tom is a 28-young old ‘Ah Boy” (he still looks like he is 22) who […]

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Family Stove + Family Wok – Yong Tau Foo Sold By A Fashionista

There behind an inconspicuous stall at the food court is this youngish-looking 30-something, who wears a straw hat, tight purple shirt, silver shoes and accessorized with a self-designed pendent. Never would you ever imagine that a former artistic director and fashion stylist would switch jobs to sell… yong tau foo! And at all places, a […]

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Old Bibik’s Famous Peranakan Rendang – Mouthwatering Rendang From Grandma’s Secret Recipe

[Updated] Upon the closure of Lavender Food Square, one of its newest prominent stall Old Bibik has moved to MDIS building, a short walk away from Eunos MRT. Old Bibik has renamed as “Old Bibik’s Famous Peranakan Rendang”, and continues to serve nonya style Chicken, Beef & Mutton Rendang prepared daily, all at value for […]

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Ramen Bar Suzuki – For Authentic Japanese Tonkotsu Noodles

Ramen Bar Suzuki claims that they sell “the real” traditional tonkotsu (pork bone) noodles, and further says that “there are only 2 places in Singapore” that serves the authentic deal. (When asked, they revealed that the other is Ippudo.) They have three ramen choices – basic white, red representing hot and spicy, and black, similar […]

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Special Shanghai Tim-Sum – The Queenstown Dumplings Are Now At Maxwell

Tong Xing Ju 同心居 Special Shanghai Tim-Sum used to be from Queenstowns Margaret Drive Food Centre, and is known to serve delicious Shanghainese style dumplings, noodles and soup. The hawker stall had been frequently featured on television and earned several positive reviews, but few know of its whereabouts after the food centre at Queenstown was […]

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Wingadees – Chicken Wings with 16 Different Flavours

I love to discover new food, and the brand new F&B outlet at Junction 10 should excite chicken wings lovers – a shop selling deep fried wings with 16 different flavours! Junction 10 (the former Ten Mile Junction) does feel far for many, but its latest redevelopment should appeal better with a range of restaurants […]

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Dann’s Daily Pescetarian Café – Singapore’s Only Pescetarian Café

Before I even start the review, we should first talk about being ‘pescetarian’ – those who abstain from eating all meat except fish and other forms of seafood in their diet. This café started with a mother’s love for her son. She wanted him to adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle since young and therefore […]

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Pies & Coffee – The First Gourmet Pie Café in Singapore

This café selling mainly gourmet pies is probably the first of its kind in Singapore, recently opened at the unexplored Rochester Mall. I was initially skeptical, but were excited when I heard its offerings – Wagyu beef cheek, duck confit, lamb shank and intriguing laksa shepherd pies. This stylish 80-seater café is relatively huge, spreading […]

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Chocolate Origin – Chocolate Love at First Bite

Chocolate Origin has been known for its extremely chocolate cakes, and they have only 3 products in its shop – The original chocolate, dark and lava cake. This reminds me when Awfully Chocolate started out selling just chocolate cakes as well. While they have been dishing out chocolate goodness in Changi Village (who can be […]

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Baja Fresh – Popular Mexican Chain Opens in Singapore

Mexican food is not exactly a big thing in Singapore. But fans of Mexican cuisine can now enjoy bold and fresh flavours from Baja Fresh which has opened its first Singapore branch at Rendezvous Hotel. Founded in 1990, Baja Fresh has already established its name in the United States and Dubai with more than 250 […]

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