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The Chicken Sandwich from Popeye’s in Singapore

I saw people in the US raving about this online last year, but I didn’t know what the big deal was. After all, Popeye’s has had chicken burgers on their menus here for a while, right? Well, those burgers are…

Xun Qin Ji Shaanxi Noodles in Tiong Bahru, Singapore

How cool is it that there are more and more Shaanxi places showing up? This one (58 Seng Poh Road #01-17, 8922-2806) had a short menu similar to the Biang Biang folks up in Toa Payoh. I went for this…

Pang’s Hakka Noodles at Tekka Place Annex Building

I stopped by the Xin Tekka food hall for lunch today, figuring that I’d try this shop (2 Serangoon Road #01-55 Stall 10). See, it’s run by a former pastry chef celebrating his Hakka heritage. And while this didn’t look…

Saveur Restaurant on Purvis Street in Singapore

I’ve never eaten from these guys before despite having tried their two offshoots, Taste Affair and The Masses. I ordered delivery from them tonight though as I was in the mood for some affordable French food (5 Purvis Street #01-04,…

Korea Slow Trip – Authentic Eats in Seoul

For most foodies, planning a visit to Seoul would involve a deliberate exercise of budgeting limited time and stomach room for the innumerable genres and specialties within Korean cuisine. Some delicacies (hotteok, eomuk) are omnipresent while others (ganjang gejang) may…

Colbar Eating House off Portsdown Road in Singapore

This place is kinda fun (9A Whitchurch Road, 6779-4859). It’s an old school colonial bar (hence, the name) tucked away in a quiet area away from the city. Everything from the decor to the menu to the cash-only payment system is…

A Pair of Noodle Shops at Whampoa Makan Place

There are a couple of noodle stalls at Whampoa Hawker Centre that I never had a chance to try because they shut down by midday. We were able to head over for an early lunch this morning though, so I…

Amò Restaurant by the ilLido Group in Singapore

I was near Boat Quay today when I needed some lunch, and I figured that I’d stop by this shop (33 Hong Kong Street, 6723-7733), especially since I had a coupon from their sister restaurant Grammi. They took a lot…

Sukhothai Boat Noodles at the Orchid Hotel in Singapore

On the former grounds of Matsuri Spicy Herbal Soup (1 Tras Street #01-07) lies a new Thai boat noodle restaurant. I went for the six bowls above, rotating through the various noodle and protein possibilities. The thing that I liked…

Aisyah Xibeixiang Restaurant by Xin Zhong He

I love how there are more and more qingzhen noodle restaurants showing up. This one (176 Telok Ayer Street, 9372-4321) was definitely the most different so far. On the plus side, they had a lot of different cuts of meat…

Burrata Joy by Garibaldi in Singapore

Another one Michelin-starred Italian place has opened a virtual restaurant, with this one being from the Garibaldi folks. As the name suggests, it’s focused on burrata, which is produced locally using milk from Italy. They mainly put it into a…

SIMPLEburger at iSTEAKS Diner in Suntec City Mall

Yeah, these guys seem to have a fascination for capital letters. On the former grounds of The Butcher’s Kitchen in the North Atrium of Suntec City Mall now sits the iSTEAKS Diner (3 Temasek Boulevard #02-472, 6285-8839), who apparently started at…