To celebrate Singapore’s 50th birthday, we did the food that we consider to be most Singaporean: Best Bak Chor Mee in Singapore. You can never find bcm anywhere else in the world.
Disclaimer: Unlike print media and other blogs, we do not take money from the stall owners to put them on the list. We also do not know any stall owners. We queue up, and pay on our own, without knowing the owners, and leave quietly. This is a completely unbiased and fair list.
The definitive list of BEST WANTON MEE IN SINGAPORE. Oops, we did it again.
Besides a good view, and comfortable space, the selling point of 5 Little Monkeys is its price point. At this price and with the extensive menu, lunch, including a drink, can cost around $10, which means people working nearby can come here 2 or 3 times a week without feeling broke or sian with the food.
This is the DEFINITIVE BEST CHICKEN RICE in Singapore. Ok, maybe not, but we tried very hard. Standards for chicken rice are very high. Boon Tong Kee didn’t even make it to top #20. And Tian Tian not in top #10.
Inexpensive comfort food with Japanese & French elements in a comfortable setting–what’s there to hiam?
If Mohamed cannot go to the mountain, let the mountain come to Mohamed, ie, don’t need to go to Taiwan, let Taiwan come to you!
We asked four taxi drivers to bring us to their typical lunch places, and 3.5 did.
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