Mama’s Kent Penang Delights at NUS serves authentic Malaysian food.
New Lucky Claypot Rice, Holland Village: #1 Recommended Food According to My Followers
New Lucky Claypot Rice at Holland Village serves a mean claypot, but avoid the soups.
Anson Town Bistro, Yishun / Sembawang: Authentic Malaysian Food. “Feels Like Home,” Vouched My Two Malaysian Friends.
Anson Town is most famous for their chee cheong fun, but at Anson Town Bistro, our favourites are some other dishes.
Dignity Kitchen, Boon Keng: They Train and Hire Disabled People at This Halal Food Court. Underprivileged People Can Come Here to Claim Meals.
Social enterprise Dignity Kitchen at Boon Keng serves good hawker food.
The Road to Becoming a Hawker: I Used My Skillsfuture to Take NEA’s Hawker Development Programme. It Was Good, Very Good, Then Bad, Very Bad.
It’s a hard life but let’s take one step at a time.
Lemak Boys by Les Amis, Lido: It is Delicious. We Won’t Be Back.
Too expensive for a plebeian like me.
RELOCATED: Ipoh Tuck Kee Son 怡保德记仔炒粉, Foch Road: Famous Ipoh Wan Tan Hor Makes Debut in Singapore (With 1.5-hour Queue!!!)
The famous Tuck Kee in Ipoh has set up shop in Singapore!
Yang Guo Fu 杨国福, Bugis: World’s Largest Mala Tang (Not MLXG) Chain with Over 6000 Outlets
Yang Guo Fu 杨国福 has now two outlets in Singapore: at Bugis and Singpost Centre (Paya Lebar).
The Coffeeshop by Yaowarat, Kovan: Bringing Malaysian and Thai Food to Singapore
This is the first time ever that we were refunded at a coffeeshop, The Coffeeshop by Yaowarat at Kovan.
195 Pearl Hill Cafe, Chinatown: The Haunting (Good Food) of (Pearl) Hill (Terrace) House
195 Pearl Hill Cafe serves Italian pasta and Hainanese pork satay.