Singapore Foods Hunter

Singapore Foods Hunter

We always ask ourselves, what to eat next for breakfast, lunch and dinner; or even supper. So follow this list to begin your journey exploring the foods around Singapore and make your decision.
Khaw Han Chung
Khaw Han Chung

An unusual place to find banh mi in the neighbourhood of Ang Mo Kio under a HDB block.

From outside it looks like a Vietnamese grocery stall, but as you go closer you find the front with a stall full of ingredients. Here you get to order their banh mi by choosing from the menu, which consider lots of choices to choose from.

If you like roasted pork, then you definitely much get this one. The portion consider bigger than my expectation and it comes with lots of ingredients in it.

You also can addon cheese and egg to complete your banh mi like me.

Swee Choon always attract long queue at their main outlet and glad to know they set up an express takeaway shop at AMK Hub.

I do remember I like their dim sum from their Jalan Besar main outlet, but felt disappointed with my dim sum from the express shop.

It felt like the items have been prepared for a long time, the taste wasn’t there for me. Probably I put too much expectation.

Anyway, this express shop do served most of the signature items on the menu and they also have 3 types of bento sets which easier to choose. The bento set comes with few signature items.

Here comes the main star of my dinner, a big size of pomfret cooked with Teochew steam.

It is one of the signature cooking method among Teochew cuisine, which is fresh and light. The soup taste sour yet savoury at the same time. So very refreshing actually and I can’t stop drinking the soup.

Of course the fish itself also easy to eat.

Sambal Kang Kong is always my favourite choice whenever visit a restaurant like this, simply it remain one of my favourite vegetable dishes.

The same goes to their’s which I like it as well. Cooked perfectly with the sambal.

Can’t believe the last post of reviews on Burpple for this restaurant was way back to 2015. This place really deserve more reviews.

Their oyster omelette is definitely one of the reason you should come and try. It is the wet type, unlike the usual crispy one.

I really like it so much as every bites was so fluffy and delicious, full of omelette taste. Their oyster also very juicy.

Seeing so little reviews here, I guess not many people know about this place.

Popular among the older generations of people here, for their authentic Teochew cuisine in this hidden location.

They located off the main road at Realty Park of Hougang. So you have to really go in to this area only you know about this place.

Even they are so hidden, there’s still lots of people here when we came for dinner over the weekend.

This is one of the restaurants that you could enjoy your foods on the road beside it. So you can opt for the indoor or outdoor setting.

First on our table is one of their special dishes. Have to say their tofu was so fluffy and soft, paired with delicious sauce and lots of golden mushrooms.

Another option in Singapore to go for some ramen. Ramen Hitoyoshi has a few outlets across Singapore.

Their tonkotsu ramen is tasty and nothing to complain about.

A very normal name with obviously the foods you could expect from this stall.

The people’s flavours egg fried rice is available here with a few options of meats to choose from.

The pork pork was tender and juicy. Although the fried rice tasted a bit lack of wok hey and aroma.

One special thing about their egg fried rice would be the lettuce given at the bottom of meat.

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Hide in the neighbourhood of Ang Mo Kio, you could find this affordable steak house and popular among the residents here.

If you come during lunch time, you could enjoy this ribeye steak for only $20 with unlimited refill of iced lemon tea.

I went for the medium cook and totally satisfied with the juicy patty. It also accompanied with salad and fries.

Top up additional $4 to complete your meal with mushroom soup and ice cream.

You might easily miss out this stall among the rest at Changi Village Hawker Centre, but they constantly getting people standing outside it.

Serving Cantonese style foods and many people would come for this fried mee with bitter gourd and pork ribs.

Expecting crispy noodle soaking on tasty gravy. The noodle still taste great even when it get soft.

Comes with generous portions of pork ribs and bitter gourds.

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This stall was on the headline early this year as the owner passed away suddenly. During pandemic time, he has been very actively promoting his business on social media.

While it is sad to hear the news, I’m glad to know that his dad has taken over the stall and continue to sell their signature fried bananas.

I don’t know how long the uncle will continue to served us all the fried items. Perhaps he might get someone to take over the business. So for now, do grab some while you can, when you are at Changi Village.

They have 2 kinds of fried banana, with the smaller size and the premium size. Both remain tasty and crunchy for me.

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They has been here since 2000, a place for some home-style country cooking.

One of their popular and signature item on the menu would be this oxtail stew. Comes in quite a big plate of portion with few pieces of oxtails, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and onion.

The dish is served with a choice of rice or baguette, you also can top up for spaghetti. If you come during lunch time, it also comes with a complimentary soft drink.

The stew was super creamy and delicious, but not too overwhelming of the taste. Oxtail was juicy.

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