Top 10 in Bukit Gombak

Top 10 places in Bukit Gombak, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Bukit Gombak

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bukit Gombak, Singapore.
Hidden Gem

Don't confuse this with Milk & Honey Frozen Yogurt - this is Milk & Honey Gelato, with only 2 outlets: Bukit Batok (HomeTeamNS) & Bedok.

Service was a tad bit slow, but the Quaffles (+$3 for half, +$5 for whole) & delicious ice cream more than made up for it. As with most gelato places, you can try flavours before you commit to buying them - I had the Shy Green Nut (pistachio) & Earl Grey Bergamot. Strong flavours, & there were actual nutty bits in the former! Will definitely be back; already have a loyalty card in my wallet, ready to be used.

πŸ’΅ Cash & NETS only
🌬 Air-conditioned seats
πŸ’¦ Self-service water in plastic cups
🚫 No WiFi

Plain Pratha

Best pratha if you like soft & doughey just like mey πŸ˜πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜‰πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜„πŸ˜œπŸ΄packet pratha still good! 😊☺️ $1 each! Oh yes, the curry is thick & refreshing with a little herb tanginess! πŸ‘…πŸ’¦πŸ’¦

Great Place!

Mooks Thai Bistro has 2 outlets - I dined at the Bukit Gombak one.

The minced meat was too salty, but the rest of our dishes were pretty good. Comfortable ambience, family-friendly place, good price point, & with ample parking.

πŸ’³ Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats
☎ Accepts reservations - I called them

Salted Caramel, Whisky Espresso Ice Cream with Waffles

Let's just say that I don't end up at this part of the island much, so whenever I do I like to end up here for a little sweet treat.

Both scoops were smooth and creamy β€” the Salted Caramel carries a balanced tinge of sweetness and saltiness while the Whiskey Espresso Cream despite not being quite as boozy as I wanted it to be did carry a nice hint of caffeinated flavour with a light touch of whiskey. Waffles have improved ever since my last visit but still needs a bit more improvement β€” while it carries a hint of buttermilk fragrance, the waffles are still pretty much on the soft side and lacking of a crisp crust.

Fried Carrot Cake

Fried carrot cake is also known as "chai tau kway". Not the usual sweet dessert, but a kind of Chinese steamed carrot rice cake.

Mushroom minced pork mee and teochew dumpling soup [$4/$5/$6. Pictured total is $16].

The 70-year-old famous bak chor mee from Hong Lim is at Bukit Batok!
I love the springy noodles that's coated with the sauces, tangy vinegar and chilli. The ingredients was also very shiok - minced meat and lean meat was porky; wanton was plump with generous fillings, fried sole fish which lifted the dish with umami. The teochew dumpling soup was genuinely flavoured without the typical artifical msg taste, so I could drink them freely. Tip: add extra vinegar, self service.
Now there's one more place for Westerners to support our local food πŸ˜‹
Blk 359 Bukit Batok Street 31
Singapore 650359

Opens Mon 8am-2pm; Wed-Sun 8am-8pm; Close Tues

Most Legit Pistachio Gelato (U.P $5.50)

You know he loves it when we traveled some distance down just for this shy green nut. The unique pistachio based gelato was completed with cunchy belgium chocolate bits that leave your taste buds craving for more. ($4.95 after safra discount). Nice ambiance and perfect for a sweet talk. P.S. Tonight we've jaychou's songs playing in the background

Dim Sum Late Night

:) loving the late night dim sum options. All at just under $1.80 per basket! Swee Choon has nothing on this! Not to mention, no queue, reasonable food quality, easy to park.