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Top 10 places in Bedok Reservoir, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Bedok Reservoir

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bedok Reservoir, Singapore.
Seng Kee Mee Sua

OMG DAMN FRIGGING GOOD MEESUA WITH THE KIDNEY, LIVER AND MEAT. THE SOUP IS DAMN FLAVOURFUL I WANT TO DRINK IT UP WITH A STRAW. CRAVING FOR THIS ALL DAY ERR DAY. #FORBIDDENLOVE #Bestcomfortfood

Salted Egg Chicken

One of my favourites when ordering a spread of dishes to eat with a plate of rice. In its default form, it is rather bland and unexciting to the palette, but here, I requested for them to amp up the spiciness. They did that, but I felt it was still lacking in some ways…I think it had to do with the salted egg flavour, which was ultimately predictable and one-dimensional. 😕 Still, it's a guilty pleasure that is so real, and so bad for me (in large amounts that is).😭 (7.0/10)

Lunchie at Bedok.

Oyster omelette 👍 $4. Chicken rice so-so. Lor Mee $4. Really missing Bukit Purmei Lormee. This is the Mei Xiang's one. Gravy quite okay compared to many others, but their pork is all with a lots of fats, fried fish not big piece and no meat roll, lastly very thirsty after lunch. To be fair today is really warm too. #sghawker #foodsg #burpple #igsg

For Comforting Herbal Mee Sua

Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup at Kaki Bukit 511 Market & Food Centre is where our Tastemakers Julius Lim and Zhihui Lim would go on nights when they crave a spot of warm comfort. Unlike its other outlet at Kembangan, this stall offers a more consistent, fail-safe experience. $4 gets you a bowl of piping hot black chicken soup with mee sua, topped with your choice of kidney, mixed organs or lean meat. Tastemaker Zhihui loves how the herbal soup is flavourful yet light, the noodles are well cooked, and the kitchen is generous with the ingredients. What's not to like?
Avg price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim

Salted Caramel Pancakes

I wish I wish.... that all cafes could be as affordable as refuel!! (8.50$ nett) for their signature stack of 3 pancakes- accompanied by outsourced vanilla ice cream and a viscous salted caramel sauce.
Definitely on the "Better pancakes in Singapore" list!
I so want to come back for more i.e. other brunch items, yet I foresee a tough dilemma between these no-brainer delicious pancakes. Yarmsss 🥞

Chili crab pasta at less than $10 at a kopitiam?!

Imagine various items like Salted Egg Ravioli, STEAK, salted egg chicken chop and MORE!

You've got all of it at @the_pastaboutique over at Blk 539, Bedok North Street 3!

Some improvement and tweaking to the recipe needed but if you're just looking for a refreshing and affordable change, head on over!

Mookata Set for 2 ($26) @pigpigmookata ..

been craving mookata for awhile and when better to have it.. after a good workout and with my fav little man.. I was Super impressed with the Gold gleaming pot we were served! Unlike the blacken and scrapped pots I had, this time I'm confident that I wasn't eating any black stuff that peeled off the pot! Service was excellent and portions was decent and no MSG in the soup!! Slurped up every last bit 😋 #burpple #foodiesunite #gettingfatwhilewaiting #whileimwaitingfortheloml #lomljns #lomljnck

Cafe Style Food In A Coffee Shop

Had the $8.80 chicken chop with mushroom sauce and the prawn aglio olio. The chicken was well done and enjoyed the different style of sides (grilled veg and mash) the mash was a little bland though. But overall it was "cheng" so I enjoyed it. The pasta ($6.50 plus $3 for prawns) was done al dente and and had a nice kick! Prawns were okay, a tad too much garlic but tasty. Enjoyed it but would eat it once a while, but not often as it isn't too cheap for coffee shop fare.

Chicken Chop with Chili Crab Sauce

The Pasta Boutique is a relatively new stall at Blk 539 Bedok North Street 3, serving up artisanal pasta (there's a handmade ravioli dish here) and other classic western dishes such as Lamb Chop, Pork Chop and even a Seabass dish.

While being a place that primarily serves pasta, the Chicken Chop with Chili Crab Sauce was actually pretty satisfying. At $9.80, the chicken chop was expertly grilled with a crisp skin and with tender, juicy meat that is well seasoned for flavour; probably one of those chicken chop that is also tastier than those served up by cafes/bistros. The chili crab sauce looked similar to sambal chili, but it does carry a hint of crustacean sweetness amidst the savoury notes; pretty delicious and does go well with the chicken chop for a moderate kick of spiciness. It comes with mash potatoes and ratatouille on the side; the former coming with chunky bits of potato while the latter was flavourful — juicy chunks of grilled vegetables with a smoky flavour.

Aglio E Olio

Went for this as they had a promotion (till 9 May!) where one could claim the Aglio E Olio for free after liking and sharing their Facebook post. While the general flavours are pretty decent being garlicky with a spicy kick with a hint of cheesiness from the grated Parmesan, the spaghetti which we opted for (there is a choice of linguine and fettuccine) was a little overdone; a little too soft without a bite and the overall dish felt it could do with a dash of olive oil — a little dry and wasn't as slurpy as expected to be.

Salted Egg Prawn Ravioli ($13.80)

Young hawkers striking out in a coffee shop in Bedok. More than just your average western fare, they even make their own pasta for their signature ravioli!🙌

This was one of their recommendations and I'm looking forward to what they'll do with it in the future. The components were all well done, but felt a little off when put together. Tasty sauce with a good hit of spice from the chilli and curry leaves, prawn filling that reminded me of my favourite 白年YTF and the pasta was just nice. But overall was kinda jelat and the sauce didn't feel like a match with the prawns. Still, it's only a month old and their chicken chop was shiok so I'll definitely be back in due time! 😉

Salted Egg Prawn Ravioli

Those who know me well would know that I am one usually not taken into salted egg dishes — this was an exception though for these guys make their own Ravioli in the coffeeshop stall by themselves; something which is commendable and in fact, rare, for a coffeeshop stall.

These were decently done; the pasta wasn't too thick while it comes stuffed with minced prawn within — the results strangely did remind me of wontons dine slightly different somehow (probably done so to bring a sense of familiarity for the coffeeshop folks?). That being said, I wasn't a fan of the salted egg sauce; a little too creamy and feels a little jelak rather fast, though the curry leaves and chili paid added was a nice touch that provided a moderately spicy kick to it.