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123ZÔ Vietnamese BBQ Skewers and Hotpot
747 Geylang Road S389654
The restaurant brings you the authentic taste of Central Vietnamese cuisine that will leave you craving for more. Its unique homemade dipping sauces are especially addictive. Customers will love the cosy traditional Hoi An ambience of the sunshine-yellow decor and original Vietnamese-style tables and chairs, and the friendly and caring service that reflects the hospitable Vietnamese culture.
9 Bras Basah Rd, Rendezvous Hotel, #01-01, Singapore 189559
Reputed as Singapore’s top haunt for delicious, and value-for-money Tteokbokki Hotpot buffet in an instagrammable ambience, 90 minutes is perfect for foodies looking to indulge in a tantalising selection of Tteokbokki, and a variety of fresh ingredients in bubbling vats of savoury broth - which you can mix and match to concoct your very own unique flavor to enjoy.
Abalone Ginseng Buddha
Jumps Over Wall
Marina Bay Sands Rasapura Masters 2 Bayfront Ave
#B2-49A/50-53 Stall 16 S018972
The eatery's supreme broth is long-simmered with fish bones, pork bones, old hen and Korean ginseng, topped with dried oysters, scallops and chicken drumsticks, and then paired with four succulent abalones and four slices of big deep-sea fish maw. Nourishing and rich in flavours and aroma, this superb combination of nature's best ingredients is truly a culinary godsend.
26 Sin Ming Lane #01-116 Midview City S573971
The unostentatious taste of Kampung days, seasoned by reminiscences of good memories, Caffe Zeppin’s soulful creation celebrates the consonance between eggs and rice. Sometimes, less is more. The best flavours are produced when a dish is cooked with love, in a harmonious marriage of fresh ingredients and culinary skills.
284 Bishan Street 22, #01-211 S570284
The memorable taste of the signature Fish Maw Soup lies in Ding Ji’s unique secret recipe soup base, which is boiled using fresh pork bones, chicken bones, and special essences, and simmered for at least three hours to achieve a rich and mellow soup. Finally, dried sole fish is added to enhance the aroma and flavour.
Doris's Devilishly Delicious Curry
371 Beach Road City Gate, #01-27, Singapore 199597
The iconic Portuguese-Eurasian Devil’s Curry is prepared the way Grandma would approve. The incredibly flavoursome Rempah is free of MSG and milk products, and made from only the finest, fresh, natural aromatics and spices in our recipe - but without the post-celebration leftovers that are traditionally used. Premium quality meat is used to produce a wholesome yet addictive gastronomic experience.
9 King Albert Park #01-14/33/34/56/57
KAP Residences Mall S598332
Priced at $32++, the Wagyu Mushroom Risotto is a decadent combination of deliciously creamy mushroom risotto and tender Grade 4 Wagyu beef cubes that are seasoned and grilled to perfection. The dish is indulgent, flavourful and rich - every bite is guaranteed to satisfy diners’ taste buds. The dish is exclusive to EagleWings Loft.
Golden Poached Rice
1 Harbourfront walk #B2-39 VivoCity Kopitiam Stall 5
From the sea to the pot, ‘pao fan’ is as fresh as it gets. The fresh ingredients add a whole new dimension to this traditional comfort rice-and-soup dish, slow-cooked for hours. The authentic cooking method results in a delicious broth full of umami flavours of seafood. Additionally, the crispy fried rice and fried egg make it even more droolworthy.
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456 MacPherson Road S368174
Experience authentic ‘Chaozhou Da Leng’ in Singapore! Freshly stocked and cooked-to-order, customers can enjoy a multitude of authentic Teochew dishes and local delicacies including braised specialties. Some of its signature dishes are Pig’s Trotter Jelly, Pickled Clams, Fried Seaweed with Prawn Paste and fresh Teochew Style Steamed Fish. You would be wowed by the wide variety.
Kanada - Ya
10 Paya Lebar Road #03-30 PLQ Mall S409057
Kanada-Ya is London’s leading Ramen Chain that is voted No.1 by the Telegraph and has 16 outlets worldwide. The signature ‘Kotteri Tonkotsu Ramen’ is a must-try. The award-winning, flavourful pork bone broth is boiled for 18 hours before being mixed in a secret sauce for added flavour and umami, and paired with perfect al dente wheat noodles.
6 Holland Close S271006
Kin Hoi serves fresh and delicious Thai street seafood that keeps its loyal customers coming back despite the pandemic. Exclusive specialities include Gong Gong, Half-Shell Cockles, Crayfish, Melting Beef, Thai Honey Grilled Pork, Grilled Jumbo Prawns, Thai Crab Omelette, and Special Tang Hoon, not to mention their special Signature chilli sauce which is so addictive that customers have asked to buy it.
KL Chicken Rice & Pork Leg Rice
517 Geylang Lorong 27A S389473
The eatery’s signature Hainanese chicken rice consists of succulent steamed white chicken or well roasted chicken cut into bite-size pieces, and served on fragrant rice topped with sprigs of coriander leaf and sesame oil, and accompanied by a garlic-chilli dip. Both versions of the chicken are based on a special home-made recipe.
Little Lazy Lizard
789 Bukit Timah Road S269763
Using St Louis pork rib, the meat is marinated in spices and herbs. Slowly braised for two hours to maintain the juiciness and keep the rib tender, the pork rib is then generously brushed with a homemade barbeque sauce and baked. To complete the dish, it is served with truffle mashed potatoes, sautéed balsamic mushrooms and garlic confit.
LiXin Teochew Fishball Noodle
1 Harbourfront Walk #B2-39 (Kopitiam Stall R4) S098585
In 1968, the stall’s founder started selling fishball noodles from a pushcart, where he would buy freshly caught yellowtail fish and undergo a six-hour process of making each fishball by hand. Today, LiXin has its own central kitchen and multiple outlets islandwide, and stays true to its belief of using only the freshest yellowtail fish for its signature offerings.
Ma Aye Lu
1 Jelebu Rd #03-08/09 Kopitiam Stall 9 S677743
A legacy handed down from a Hainanese masterchef since 1997, the stall has been faithfully adhering to its secret recipe, using only fresh ingredients personally purchased by the cook. To retain its original flavour that is so well loved by its loyal customers, the signature curry is freshly prepared the same traditional way, every three to five days.
Moo Moo Thai Mookata
Blk 1015, #01-109 Geylang East Ave 3 S389730
The cook’s countless trips to Thailand and an R&D lesson with the Thai Royal Palace’s chef have resulted in the creation of the perfect grilled Thai-flavour meat - the chewy yet tender and juicy Royal Thai Pork Chop and Pork Intestine. Other fresh ingredients include pork belly, chicken meat and pork collar - best paired with the special spicy chilli sauce.
Nan Xing Claypot Rice
Blk 79 Circuit Road #01-11 S370079
Featured on MediaCorp TV Old Taste Detective 2, SME500 award recipient Nan Xing Claypot Rice serves a variety of fusion claypot rice dishes, including the popular traditional Claypot Chicken Rice. Host Bryan Wong also recommends the Smoked Duck version. What sets the stall apart is the signature crusty layer of charred rice at the bottom of the claypot.
Rasa Sedap Seafood
Blk 12 Haig Road #01-323 S430012
The highlight of the stall’s signature offering is its delectable kampong seafood, available in flavours of sour, spicy and sweet. Other fresh ingredients are also added to each dish. Another standout feature is a unique sauce that is painstakingly crafted by its chef. You’ll never get enough of the culinary delights.
3 Temasek Blvd, Suntec City Mall #03-367/368 S038983
Faithfully adhering to a recipe that has been passed through generations, RIJI has warmed the hearts of customers with its food for the soul over the past 30 years. The traditional Cantonese congee specialist remains true to its mission of touching the lives of Singaporeans by sharing this simple and nostalgic dish.
Shi Wei Seafood
Blk 78A #02-01 Telok Blangah St 32 S101078
Shi Wei’s charcoal-fired fish steamboat is one of the menu’s popular highlights. A labour of love, the chef’s specially brewed soup has great flavours and a fragrance that lingers in the back of the throat. Priced at $48 per serving (600–700g), the dish looks good enough to melt in your mouth, and will leave you wanting more.
Super Thai by Soi Aroy
379 Upper Aljunied Road S367864
Super Thai is brought to you by the same group that conceptualised Soi Aroy, ranked Singapore’s #1 Thai Restaurant by TripAdvisor. Fans of Thai cuisine will be thrilled to experience its extended menu featuring uniquely crafted Signatures such as Crispy Papaya Salad, perfectly paired with its Super Thai Som Tum Dip and Deep-fried Omelette with Crab Meat.
654 Geylang Road Lorong 40 S389584
Probably the most insta-friendly café in Geylang, Sweet Hut’s eclectic sense of décor is reflected in its wide offerings. From creative and colourful local desserts served with a variety of fresh fruits to its Taiwan-imported Michelin-listed signature dry noodles, the imaginative menu matches the playful and vibrant theme perfectly. Both dine-in and delivery services are available.
The Grumpy Bear
301 Upper Thomson Rd #02-10, S574408
The Grumpy Bear is proud to feature its latest creation - Spinach Mushroom & Truffle Prawn Pasta. Fresh, juicy prawns are grilled to perfection, served with al dente pasta, given a touch of spinach and mushrooms, then drizzled with its special truffle-infused cream sauce. An indulgent affair, the dish shines among the many culinary masterpieces curated by the Executive Chef, Richard Low.
UBI DMQ Eating House
Blk 304 Ubi Avenue 1 #01-95 S400304
From the MSG-free soup broth that is simmered for 8 hours, to the hand-rolled noodles prepared daily, and the in-house blended chilli that provides that flavour-binding oomph, no effort is spared in the preparation to create the finest blend of homemade flavours that have kept customers coming back for more. The dry version comes with special black sauce.
Wah Soon Kei Carrot Cake
865 Mountbatten Road Katong Shopping Centre B1-85/87 S437844
The new kid on the block stands out for its heavenly white-and-black version of the authentic Singaporean-style carrot cake. Generous amounts of fresh eggs and chye poh are used in the preparation, using the chef’s secret recipe and meticulous 3-step cooking method which takes the fragrance and texture of the dish to a whole new level.
Bak Kut Teh
219 River Valley Rd S238277
Our Bak Kut Teh is authentic and rich, and comprises tender pork ribs. We take pride in our Teochew-style dark soy sauce secret recipe, which originated in 1964. The broth is peppery, and has a subtle sweetness and rich meaty taste. This delicious speciality is also available at Batam City Hotel Indonesia.