Touted to be the best burger in New York, is Burger Joint still the best in Singapore?
The Loft Cafe at Chinatown bakes their own desserts, and provides a lovely space to watch the world pass you by.
Niku Katsumata 肉勝又 at Duxton Road serves healthy Kagoshima beef of marbling 3-4, grilled over a crystal plate.
Kin Cow at Chinatown Point serves traditional kuay teow neua (Thai Beef Noodles) using beef imported from US, Japan, and Australia. And the food is very delicious.
The food at Pyxiemoss feels like something Phoebe would concoct: child-like exploratory quality, quirky, playful, silly, and fun.
Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle, Chinatown Hawker Centre: The Controversy of the Michelin Star
We add to the chorus of the controversy of Hong Kong Soya Chicken at Chinatown Food Complex at Smith Street receiving a Michelin Star: who cares as long as the food is good?
Some places are good because they have some outstanding signatures that nobody can imitate. Other places are good because there is an absence of terrible dishes. And Pluck at Club Street belongs to the second category.
Mad About Sucre at Outram will probably not be in the Michelin Guide this year, but it should. Last year, I put Mad About Sucre on the Best Desserts 2015. This year, it goes on my Best Restaurant list.
Best Kway Chap in Singapore. You know we don’t do slipshod lists.
Is Singapore hawker food culture worth preserving?