There are not many stalls in Singapore dedicated to just selling Ayam Bakar alone. Indonesian Ayam Bakar stall located in Changi Village Hawker Centre is one fine example dedicated to this cuisine. Read More
When you mention Laksa, 328 Katong Laksa (328 加东叻沙) easily comes to Singaporeans’ mind. It is probably the most famous Laksa in Singapore by word of mouth, bloggers’ recommendation, travel sites’ recommendation, social media sharing, etc. Read More
Takashimaya Shopping Centre Basement 2 is a nice place to find all genres of food; especially Japanese ones. Tsuru-Koshi Udon is a great place for quality Japanese Udon at affordable prices. Read More
It is a known fact that some hawker stalls in Singapore only operate until the end of lunchtime. Lao Beng found himself at Kebun Baru Food Centre located in Ang Mo Kio at close to 2.30pm.
Most of the stalls were already closed but I was lucky enough to find Hong Heng Beef Noodle Soup and Laksa (宏兴牛肉粉.叻沙) stall still open. Read More
Lunchtime Scenario: You walk into a hawker centre craving for nasi lemak, and you see a few nasi lemak stalls all having long queues.
Which queue will you join? Lao Beng chose the one with the longest queue as I had time to burn plus the fact that I had a late breakfast, so I was hoping by queuing longer could help to “burn” it away…yeah…right… Read More
Bak Chor Mee proves to be one of my most frequent hawker food in year 2016. I am sure a lot of you out there love eating Bak Chor Mee and would always choose this option when you simply cannot decide what else to eat in a hawker centre. Read More
Komala’s Restaurants is perhaps the most well-known Indian Vegetarian Fast Food Restaurant in Singapore.
They have several outlets in Singapore and the one Lao Beng frequents the most is the outlet along Serangoon Road which is located near the Farrer Park MRT Station. Read More
The “paus/baos” that we eat nowadays are usually factory-made and tend to be too boring at times. So it is always a warm welcome to embrace handmade paus once in a while. Johor Bahru Pau/ Tim Sum (新山手工包点) is located in Changi Village so that we need not make our way across the causeway to buy. It is a nice little shop that sells an assortment of handmade paus with unique names attached to their individual creation. Read More
Mention black and white fish soup, Mei Xiang easily comes to mind. Mei Xiang black and white fish soup (美香黑白鱼片汤) is a popular stall during lunchtime over at Berseh Food Centre.
You can almost always see a long queue for their signature fish soup and patrons sitting at their section are all usually having their delicious fish soup.
Lor Mee, some love it, others simply do not like it. For me, Lor Mee is one of Singapore’s most original hawker food and it originated from the Hokkien community in Singapore.
Lao Beng visited North Bridge Road Market and Food Centre one morning to try out Zhen Hao Lor Mee (珍好卤面).