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Had mediocre satay for lunch as our favourite store Haron was closed. But the fantastic Roxy laksa made up for it. Luckily that was open.
A pleasant night at East Coast Lagoon Food Village (hawker centre) which we headed to fix our satay craving. Only downer is touting here (stall owners swarming and calling out to you) as it’s a tourist attraction I guess. Haron … Continue reading
Very messy but somehow the most messily plated meals are the yummiest in Singapore. Had satay too this time, but ordered way too much. And yes, it’s quite impossible to get a parking lot here at Lorong 29. But once … Continue reading
Had to check out the Malaysian Food Street as it’s been open for some time and we haven’t been here. Read some pretty bad reviews so our expectations were low. Even then, the tourist prices and average quality left us … Continue reading
Lots of good Malay food here, but I would come back for the satay. I dare say it’s one of the best I’ve had lately. The freshly made potato curry puffs were so yummy and here’s where you can get … Continue reading
This time I tried the famous hainanese satay. B thinks the food at places like these beats all the atas (Singlish for snooty & expensive) places hands down. I on the other hand like variety but I do agree that … Continue reading
I have no idea how this hawker centre is always so hot, but I think the design somehow, makes it retain heat. Or maybe the lack of fans. I don’t know. And one thing I can’t bear is sweating. So … Continue reading
I have come here quite a number of times as I love the buffet at the Princess Terrace at Copthorne King’s Hotel. Lunch is from 12 – 2.30 pm on weekdays and there were many people from various offices out … Continue reading
I have tried the satay at Glutton’s Bay, the East Coast Market, Lau Pa Sat and at many other places, but I think the one at Serangoon Garden Market beats them all. This stall used to be the famous one … Continue reading
This is a hawker centre just next to the Esplanade. Great views of the Marina Bay Sands and the skyline with all the skyscrapers. After stuffing yourself, you can have a nice stroll although it was terribly hazy today. Came … Continue reading
If you ever do come to down to Glutton’s Bay, I would recommend the satay, especially the chicken and mutton as well as the Char Kway Teow. This open air hawker centre has food selected by Makansutra as they are … Continue reading