After eating 47 plates, we present the Best Hokkien Mee in Singapore.
Best Kway Chap in Singapore. You know we don’t do slipshod lists.
Although I don’t like cafes that don’t serve interesting food, Brawn and Brains at Guillemard Road is pretty good.
Bingsu Battle: Bing Jo Gung (Guillemard), Nunsaram (Orchard Central), O’ma Spoon (Marina Square & 313 Somerset)
How do these bingsu cafes–Bing Jo Gung, Nunsaram, and O’ma Spoon–fare against Nunsongyee, my puppy love, my ice queen? Let the fight for my affection begin.
The definitive list of BEST WANTON MEE IN SINGAPORE. Oops, we did it again.
Thai Village, Singapore Indoor Stadium: Thai-Teochew Restaurant Since 1991, Keeping Up with the Times
Little wonder Thai Village obtains accolades after accolades, even after 24 years of history: the food is delectable, and they keep up with the times. They have an extensive menu, and they don’t try anything gimmicky. The food is honest, made from premium fresh ingredients, and Chef Hau Ee Boon, who has been with Thai Village right at the beginning, helms the kitchen and ensures the culinary skills are top-notch.
Historical Establishments Turned Cafes Face-Off: Sin Lee Foods (Jalan Bukit Ho Swee) VS Tian Kee & Co (Dakota Crescent)
Original owners retire and hipsters buy over the historical establishments, retain the names, and turn them into hipster cafes. But got retain the flavors or not? Ho jiak bo?