Top 10 in Central, Singapore

Top 10 places in Central, Singapore, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Central, Singapore

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Central, Singapore, Singapore.
I was told before this Curry Rice  Business open Daily 16hours operations.

What ! I can"t believe until I found out myself. The Curry Rice Crowd come ard Lunch Dinner Supper hours. As I was inside I found out that there were many variety of Curry Rice Dishes. Ngoh Xiang & Deep is seem to be rare on many curry rice stalls. What I know The Curry is among best popular. The Stall Owner & Assistant are fast u just order what u want they will just add the portion. If u take away seperate the curry sauce min order is $3. I guess it draw many night dwellers.
Name: 美芝路剪刀剪咖里饭
Address: 229 Jalan Besar Singapore 208905
Operating Hours:1100-0330hrs Daily Except Chinese New Year

If you need Comfort Food u will need to come to Maxwell Hawker for the porridge.

Usually Porridge I will order Pork Porridge Sad to say they Don"t sell Pork Porridge. This Porridge Stall Sell only Chicken Porridge & Fish Porridge only. I Order mixed Chicken & Sliced Fish Porridge. To my surprise the Porridge is Pipping Hot it is very silky u still the grain. Their Signature Dish was their Raw Fish Sad to say the Owner was banned from Selling Raw Fish due to Health Issue Case happen few year ago where People Ate Raw Fish With Porridge they happen to hospitalised. Never the less the Business is still good with out their Raw Fish. This is Best Comfort food for people who are Sick .
Name: 真真粥品
Address: 1 Kadayanallur Street Stall 54 Maxwell Food Centre Singapore 069184
Operating Hours:0500-1400
Close on Wednesday

Good morning!

It may be Monday but we are open for brunch. 9am to 3pm. Come try our new brunch menu or stick to the old favourites, like our signature Chilli Crab Burger.
Bluemonks jazz jam tonight at 8pm. A casual evening with satays on the house. All are welcome.
We will be closed on Tuesday 27 June.

Beef Rendang ($18)

Aromatic & scrumptious! One of the better renditions of beef rendang I've had recently, loved the tender beef cubes - cut to bite sized pieces as this was a sharing plate, & flavourful sauce! Couldn't get enough of it!

Chocolate Arc-En-Ciel

Rich in flavour, light in texture. An absolute delight to the palette. A perfect balance of mousse and cake, so smooth that it's easy to finish one slice on my own!

It's also at the new South Beach branch. A quiet and private corner to have dessert.

Triple B, $20+

Always love a hearty brunch and this is no exception! The scramble eggs were rich and creamy, sausages juicy and mushroom yummy! Thumbs up!

Teppanyaki Beef

Easily mistaken for their sister outlet, The Ramen House located at Short Street is right beside Rochor Beancurd. Similarly serving a range of Japanese fare from fresh sashimi, grilled Kushiyaki to Teppanyaki dishes; the non-halal restaurant is great for groups and supper-goers as they operate till 6am in the morning.

A decent midnight ramen fix, my favourite was their popular Teppanyaki Beef ($16.90) that proved to be moist and succulent even after our admittedly long photo-taking session. The tender diced beef was lip-smacking especially with the deep flavour as well as aroma of the black pepper sauce and marinate.

A big thank you to @theramenhouse for hosting us and @kenpgl for the invite.

[FRoodie Alert]  At Vivocity Food Republic is Taiwan Delight, serving up Taiwanese specialties like this Taiwanese Black Pot Mackerel Set $6.50.

The mackerel was crispy all over, doused with a sweet syrup, and the meat was tender and flavourful as well. I'm definitely ordering another one of these and having it all for me! The soup is filled with veggies, tofu and tang hoon.
Other Taiwanese Delights include Chicken Omelette Rice $6,30, Black Pot Chicken Steamboat $6.30.
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Old School Popiah Goodness

Each mouthful of the popiah ($1.80) is bursting with flavours!

The popiah skin is freshly made, delightfully thin and tender. The highlight is the fried ‘mang kwang’ (turnip), when combined with other standard ingredients including lettuce, egg, the popiah looks simple, yet delicious and addictive!

Tiramisu ($16)

One of the most delicious renditions I've had in a long time. The tiramisu is moist without being overly so, and boasts just the right balance of punchy espresso notes. The portion is good to share among four, especially after a carb-heavy pizza meal.

Signature Kaisendon from Kaisen Tei (United Square),the Teppei Syokudo-aping wing of the MOF Group.

Whilst the sushi rice and various ingredients (of varying degrees of freshness) are largely and surprisingly passable, the soya sauce-esque marinade is of a thirst-inducing quality, while the ghastly, icy tamago chunks clearly possess bats-in-underwear levels of sexual frigidity. 3.1/5

Pizza Burrata ($26)

The dreamiest pizza made from the simple combination of savoury tomato sauce, anchovies, basil and delicately creamy burrata. The wood-fired crust is thin, with just the right balance of crisp and chewy. Sooooo good. Pro-tip: Visit between 6pm to 7pm daily to enjoy a free salad (DIY from the salad bar) with every main ordered.