Top 10 in Braddell

Top 10 places in Braddell, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Braddell

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Braddell, Singapore.

Located same place as Man’s Kitchen & Waker Chicken. Many reviews of Bangkok D.K Thai Food are posted. This plate cost $5.50, deep fried crispy chicken cover with red wine sauce, slightly sour sweet. Totally goes with the long grain rice.

Salmon Mentai Don ($8.80) - The Japanese rice was drizzled with teriyaki sauce, and a huge slice of salmon sat on top of the rice with a crown of mentaiko.

With help from Burpple, easily spotted this jap stall at the coffee shop serving tasty and well-plated Don. The rice is moist and soft, top off with right amt of egg, onion and sauce. Standard doesn’t lose out to restaurant. Overall, i give 2 thumbs up!

At $6.50 and laden with clams & brothy goodness, this is as close as it gets to homemade! You know how sometimes we leave behind the soups after finishing the contents? I had to drink up every drop even though I was full as it was too good! Pro tip: Come early if you don't want to wait too long in the queue. And, don't forget to add chillis!

Was famished and wasn't about to settle for a greasy breakfast at the hawker centre. This stall (Perdana Muslim) which was a couple stalls away from Uggli Muffins, served Seafood Hor Fun ($4) at 9.30am! It was prepared fresh and I stood by enthusiastically seeing how my breakfast was made. Verdict: Super shiok!

Absolutely worth it at only $8.80! Portion and taste all on point. Only open during lunch time and dinner time. Be sure to check before heading down to avoid disappointment!

Popped over here after having Thai food next door, wasn't expecting much but turned out great! I contemplated trying the Chendol or Earl Grey Lavender flavors, but decided for the simpler Hazelnut. A good ice cream option in Toa Payoh with ample seating, give it a shot!

Went to Braddle to check out what the hype was all about and enjoyed it ☺ Ordered Chicken Katsudon, Tori Karaage Curry Don, and their famous Mentai Maki. We'll definitely come back to try their Salmon Mentai Don! #burpple #donyajapanese

Honey butter chicken comes in normal chicken parts or tenders. The chicken is really crispy, juicy and tender and sprinkled with generous amount of honey butter powder ($12) It's realllyyyy good! The chicken served are always piping hot and crispy, which is definitely a plus. Kimchi pancake ($8.50) is not bad, worth the try if you're a kimchi pancake lover. And the army stew ($13.90 for 2-3pax) is not too bad as well. I would say the highlight here is definitely the chicken. 👍🏻oh and mozerella cheese sticks are going for $5 for 4 pcs, which is pretty tasty as well. (How wrong can cheese sticks go?)

Although I did find it a tad too sour, their Clear Seafood Tom Yum Soup (S$8) was still satisfying to me with a perfect amount of spice! Other recommended dishes include their thick Green Curry (S$8), finger-lickin’ good Honey Spare Ribs (S$10) and Omelette (S$6)! Also really enjoyed the sweet chilli sauce offered at the corner of each table that I repeatedly spooned onto my plate 😋 Will definitely return to try out some of their other Thai dishes!

Simple fried kuey teow from Father to Daughter but contains full of love ❤️ . We're really fortunate to have a taste of fried kuey teow. Sorry to my readers, fried kuey teow is not open to public. I'll definitely be one of the first to boost this fried kuey teow once it's open to the public 😋. Fret not! You can still try their Hokkien mee at Toa Payoh Hawker Center. .
Where to dine?
Huat Heng Fried Hokkien Mee (since year 1969)
Lor 5 Blk 75 Toa Payoh Hawker Center #01-29 Singapore