Food at Katong

Joo Chiat is part of Katong, so it’s a bit hard for me to determine where Joo Chiat ends and Katong begins. But since this is Katong Junction, I decided to do a separate post.

Stuck behind an ice van I was puzzled at the tagline – have ice will revel.  I guess they meant that ice means a party and merry-making.  It’s quite true, that ice is crucial for any party.

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A burger place I’ve been meaning to try as I heard so much about it – Fat Boys.

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Another interesting restaurant that goes by Joo Joo.

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Glory has the best kueh and you can have a meal of rice and curries inside.

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A famous old style cake shop at this blue building.

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And a wonderful Nonya (Peranakan) restaurant too.

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6 Responses to Food at Katong

  1. Bry says:

    I saw a restaurant yesterday, not that far from Katong in fact, that beats all of yours hands down.

    Apologies for the tripple x rating, but it’s really called “Porn’s”.

    Wait, it gets weirder, because the logo is a cartoon of an elephant’s backside, including its business end. And the the tagline? What else? “Seductive Seafood”…

    I swear!

  2. Porn sounds like my ex uni mate’s new restaurant…You know Pornsak, the TV food presenter on Channel 8.
    I would love to try Fat Boys one day. And I love Chin Mee Chin, it is so old school! You should check out their kaya buns!

  3. Lady J says:

    You were in my hood!!! I love Chin Mee Chin.. their luncheon meat buns, hot cross buns and the cream puffs are my fave! Go try!!

    I would like to try Fat Boy’s burgers some day… heard they’re pretty good..

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