Category: Telok Blangah

Fuel Plus+ Cafe, Morse Road: No Remorse Going All the Way to a Quiet Scandinavian-Decorated Cafe

We heard from several foodies that Fuel Plus Cafe at Telok Blangah (at the foot of Mount Faber) is one of the better cafes to open this year.

Best Bak Chor Mee in Singapore: After Eating 48 Bowls!

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.

Cze Char Craze: Beng Tin Hng Restaurant (Yishun); Cafe de Hong Kong (Balestier); Golden Spoon (Tiong Bahru); Kok Sen (Keong Saik); Lai Huat Sambal Balacan Fish (Guillemard); Nan Hua Chang (Crawford Lane); Sum Kee (Telok Blangah); Tong Ah (Keong Saik)

50 BEST CZE CHAR IN SINGAPORE. Just kidding. We visited Nan Hua Chang@Crawford Lane; Sum Kee@Telok Blangah; Golden Spoon@Tiong Bahru; Lai Huat Sambal Balacan Fish@Guillemard; Kok Sen@Keong Saik; Beng Tin Hng@Yishun; Tong Ah Eating House@Keong Saik; and Cafe de Hong Kong@Balestier.

Which ones are good? And which ones over-rated?

The Naked Finn, Gillman Barracks: (Almost) Zero-Calorie Seafood Lunch, 100% Sincere, Honest & Delicious

There are many things to like about Naked Finn. The setup, the service, etc. But what I liked most about the restaurant was how the food defies categorization. Is it angmoh food? Singaporean? I didn’t care, I seafood, I eat food, and it was delicious. Now I’m considering to return for their exorbitant dinner. Judging from their lunch, the price may be worth it.