Top 10 Places for Local Delights

Top 10 places for Local Delights

Latest Reviews for Local Delights

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Local Delights

At $13 they serve quite a good hainanese style pork chop rice, just the sauce a little bit too sweet. Other then that it's a good dish. It also come with a set include a drink of your choice, a garlic bread and mushroom soup. Quite a good deal tho.

I'll always order sweet-bitter durian like the famous Mao Shan Wang. But do you know there are higher grades other than Mao Shan Wang like Wang Zhong Wang and Black Gold? Black Gold (as featured) was so good, creamy bitter and even have an alcoholic taste 😋. Black gold is definitely recommended if you're looking for bitter durian. The durian season is in full swing and prices have dropped. It seems like the best time to buy. The Durian Story has started selling durian before the official opening and do make a reservation to avoid disappointment. .
Black Gold at S$23/kg
WZW at S$18/kg
MSW at S$16/kg
Seasonal pricing, do check out ig for the latest price.
Where to buy?
The Durian Story
Serangoon North Avenue 2, Blk 151, # 01-11 S(550151)
Official opening on 26 Nov.
Reservation: +65 8797 6699

This ain't looking glam. Everything here has seen better days. An elderly uncle sitting outside the coffeeshop said to me in English... this kopitiam looks old and dirty but the coffee is gooood. Very old taste from way back then.
I had the kopi-c siew dai (coffee with carnation milk less sugar) & a slice of bread. Uncle was right. Coffee was thick but not too thick with a wokhei aftertaste. Sorta like the coffee was smoked. Bread toasted lightly. Can see the nice grilled lines across. Crispy and fluffy. Butter melts in the warm embrace of the bread. So good!
Place was abit dark. Old tables chipped by the side. Chairs alittle wobbly. Nostalgic songs in the background. Felt like I was in a time capsule. Old charms of yesteryears that is slowly disappearing. Sad!

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I mean it's not cheap at all but damn it's hard to find good nasi lemak nowadays anyway. #burpple

How do they survive the rental? Anws, it’s pretty decent and the fishcake is fresh and juicy however felt that in comparison to the Chinatown people park yong tau fo. Chinatown has a more unique range of ingredients and the noodles taste better with/without the sauce. #burpple #burpplesg #hawkersg #hawkerfoodsg #foodiesg #foodgram #sgfood #foodislife #foodblogsg

Tried this traditional sweet red bean pastry ($5.5). Not too sweet and is just nice as afternoon dessert.

A bit too salty for my tastebud. I prefer those dry yong tau foo without that much of minced meat gravy but with other sauce. It may also due to the fact that I have ordered too many items that are deep fried so they absorb lots of sauce.

It comes with noodles or rice, and the auntie recommend noodle so try with noodle. It got a special bouncy texture and hard to eat with chopsticks only but a nice try.

Price:$7.8 with 7 ingredients

In certain shopping malls of Singapore, there will be this 'chapalang' food kiosk that sells your childhood favourite of tutu kueh, muahchee, corn kernels in a cup, and steamed rice cake on top of their supposed speciality of rice dumplings. Eastern Rice Dumpling is one of them (Daun Pandan Rice Dumpling is the other) and they have popiahs too!

• The skin is actually not bad, has a bit of chew to it

• Sadly, it became a bad popiah real quick as the skin and crispy bits got soaked through quite fast, resulting in a limp roll.
• Insufficient peanuts to save the soft popiah, and lacking peanut fragrance too
• Slightly too much pepper in the turnips
• Terribly cut (in fact, I think the auntie used a scissors)
• Overpriced ($2.20/roll) for such quality

Verdict: 1/5

One of our favourite dishes is the Kam Heong Prawns. The sauce is has a deep and heavy flavour, which is probably characteristic of KL-style cooking, would be perfect for folks with heavier taste buds. Having said that, the sauce is not at all jelak, but fragrant and savoury. Goes perfectly well with the succulent, fresh prawns!
Thank you @sanukkitchen for hosting us and @justinfoodprints for the invite.
📍Sanuk Kitchen 大福小厨
Blk 5 Jalan Minyak #01-328
(S) 161005
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When it comes to unpretentious food I indulge in, it isn't the Chinese cuisine that top the list. And every now and then, I like to tuck into a good plate of Nasi Padang. Sambal Goreng is always a "die die must order" dish for me.