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Fatty Cheong Roast Meats 肥仔祥烧腊云吞面 @ ABC Brickworks Food Centre

If you ask me where we can find the best char siew in Singapore, I think it definitely has got to be Fatty Cheong which is famous for its Bu Jian Tian (不见天 – means ‘never see the sky’) char siew that is a cut from the pig’s armpit area. Besides that, it also serves […]

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Face Ban Mian 非板面 @ Ang Mo Kio Central

I think I’m quite a ‘biased’ ban mian eater because I only go for my favourite Qiu Lian Ban Mian and I don’t give others a chance after having had some bad ones. This time round, I was surprised I decided to give a new ban mian stall a try, probably because I was captivated by its […]

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Hao Qing Xiang 好清香 AMK 628 – Homemade Chee Cheong Fun, Steamed Yam Cake & Tapioca Cake

One good thing about having a BBC (British-born Chinese) husband (who shares the same passion in food) as my BMB (Best Makan Buddy) is that I get to revisit many of my old favourite food places and also discover new ones too as we explore a different part of Singapore every week. He makes me see my homeland from […]

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Where to find the cheapest kaya toast, soft-boiled eggs & kopi set in Singapore?

When I was little, I often followed my father to his favourite coffee stall for breakfast on Sundays and I remembered how he’d pour the coffee onto the saucer just so it could cool off quicker and I could drink with the spoon. I never forgotten his favourite was kopi-o siu dai (coffee black with […]

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Xing Long Teochew Porridge 興隆潮州糜 @ Blk 632 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 4

Like many fellow Teochews, I’ve always liked orh nee (yam paste), braised duck, steamed pomfret, cold crabs as well as hot piping porridge that I never seem to get sick of because there are just so many different choices of ingredients that I can choose from every time I’m at a stall like this. This particular […]

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Weng Kee Original Taste Ipoh Hor Fun 荣记正宗原味怡保河粉 @ Changi Village Market & Food Centre

While the husband and I were in the long queue for Mizzy Corner’s nasi lemak, a lady also in the queue recommended us to try Weng Kee’s Ipoh Hor Fun. The husband’s eyes lighted up for a brief moment as he had been a big fan of it since I brought him to try his first […]

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Mizzy Corner Nasi Lemak @ Changi Village Market & Food Centre

The husband and I were at Singapore Expo for some consumer shows and he suggested to take a half hour bus ride all the way to Changi Village for nasi lemak since we were already in that part of Singapore. I readily agreed as I hadn’t been there before plus I’d heard so much about the […]

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Song Heng Fishball Minced Meat Noodle @ 628 Ang Mo Kio Ave 4

Sometimes it can be so easy to be deceived by long queues, thinking that the food must be REALLY good that’s why so many people are willing to queue and wait. But it’s really not the case every time, isn’t it? Here at Song Heng, there is absolutely no queue at all. And it’s not that it […]

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Yong Tau Foo from Seng Heng Family Restaurant 成兴酿豆腐 @ Yishun Central

The husband and I headed to Khoo Teck Puat Hospital just to grab soup for dinner from our favourite stall at the food court only to realise it wasn’t in operation anymore. So sad. Going to a hospital not for medical reasons or to visit anyone but to have dinner. That’s exactly one of the […]

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12 Stones Noodle House @ ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre

Loy Sum Juan Restaurant (黎三元酒家), one of Singapore’s favourite Cantonese restaurants, might have ceased its operation after 40 long years in business but its famous invention of the Har Cheong Gai still continues to please the palates of fans who just can’t have enough of it. Roy Lai, who was the chef at LSJ, started 12 […]

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Serangoon Garden Bakery & Confectionery @ Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre

I really miss those old school bakeries during my childhood days in the 80s that served up straightforward bread buns with simple, homely flavours like ham, otah, hae bee hiam, luncheon meat, etc for just under a dollar each. Unlike these days where all the bakeries seem to be tied up in some intense marketing […]

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Jian Bo Shui Kueh 楗柏水粿 @ Tiong Bahru Market – The Best Chwee Kueh in Singapore

Chwee kueh (steamed rice cake) had never been a big thing for me during my growing up years because I wasn’t a fan of chye poh (preserved radish) which was always heavily soaked in oil. And it was only when the husband decided to settle down in Singapore a few years back and I brought him to various […]

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Ah Seng Braised Duck Rice @ Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre

My Dad, my husband and I visited Gran recently and decided to have lunch at Serangoon Garden Food Centre as my cousin had recommended us to try the popular Teochew style braised duck rice stall that always have a long queue. Finally a peaceful lunch without ‘disturbances’. I couldn’t even recall when was the last time I had […]

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[CLOSED] Popiah from Nonya Pancake @ AMK Central S11 Food Court

Most of the time, the husband and I only come to this food court for Penang Delights Prawn Mee & Lor Mee (read my review here) which is one of the better ones I’ve tried in Singapore. Just two months ago, we were gallivanting late at night around AMK Central and felt like having something light for […]

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Lam’s Salt Baked Chicken @ Food Republic, Parkway Parade

I really couldn’t remember when was the last time I had salt baked chicken so when the husband and I were at Parkway Parade and we saw Lam’s Salt Baked Chicken at Food Republic, we just had to order something to share even though we already had a Subway 6″ each for dinner. Salt Baked Chicken […]

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Soon Heng Handmade Noodle 顺兴手工云吞面 @ Mayflower Market & Food Centre

As part of my Ang Mo Kio food hunt, I made my way to Mayflower Market & Food Centre wanting to eat this fishball noodles which I thought was pretty good when I tried it a long while back but the stall had closed and was replaced by a pastry shop. So I walked to the other […]

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