It’s laid back and relaxed, but there’s every type of cuisine imaginable at Tanjong Katong. Local, American, Indian, Indonesian, British, Japanese – no excuse for not finding anything you like. We tend to be like that. We never know what to eat, ironically because there is just so much to choose from. Wish I had 4 stomaches like a cow. Well I do have two – the other one’s for dessert. No matter how stuffed I am I always have room for something sweet.
I love ordering Dominoes Pizza when I’m lazy and my absolute fave is the thin crust classified chicken – cheesy and creamy. I didn’t like the thicker crusts at all, but that may be just my personal taste. It’s cool that there’s a Dominoes restaurant right smack in Tanjong Katong – who knew. Or maybe I’ve just been living under a rock as usual. So many new cafes here that I just noticed.
There were two ice cream joints and this joint called Ice Cream gallery will have a post of it’s own later.
There’s the famous Ponggol Nasi Lemak if you need local food, which I will also cover in another post. Look out for it.
I really like the vibe of Katong and so I keep coming back. I keep seeing cool street lamps.
There was this Tandoori place that seemed a bit empty.
Love the interesting store front of Java Kitchen.
Also eager to try this authentic looking Fish and Chips place called Smiths.
And I love cafes with cool logos. Big Bad Wolf – what a great name for a little pub.
Cool huh? I love clever puns – Best Food in the Hood.
We were at Poole Road. Cranes in the background.
As night fell, we crossed over to explore more. Here’ A Pinch of Salt.
This brick apartment complex reminded us of Australia. I also noticed that our sky at dusk turns a stunning shade of blue.
Another ice cream joint we spied from across the road.
It’s a good thing some of the old remains – like this very Singaporean provisional store.