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.

Baked Salmon with Poached Eggs (SGD$11.00) - beautiful flavours concocted into one single delicious dish - succulent salmon with yuzu hollandaise for that mild zesty touch; while creamy yolk of the poached eggs blanket baked cous-cous and shoyu mushrooms to sweeten them up.

My friends and I decided to have dinner here to support vocational training & employment opportunities for people with special needs/physical disabilities. The food turned out to be as good as the cause.

PJT serves Thai comfort food, prepared with pride and care. The casual, relaxed setting adds to its charm.

The Pork Collar and minced pork fried rice were standouts for us.

So a colleague recommended another place that serves hong you chao shou. Not complaining as this was really good even though this is my second plate of this dish in 3 days! The vinegar and chilli oil adds even more layers of tastes to the already tasty dumplings. Simple yet flavourful; highly recommend! 😋

Ramen Dining Keisuke Tokyo allows you to choose and match your preference how the ramen want to be served. Free flow of hard boiled eggs and beansprouts as well. Crab Stock Ramen with Flavored Egg ($15.90) - the thick aromatic crab stock made it quite distinctive from any other ramen stocks in the local market. Chicken Stock Ramen with Flavored Egg Soya Based ($13.50) - The soup base was lighter but still aromatic and tasty. Chicken Nanban with Tartar Sauce ($9) - the tartar sauce consisted of radish, hardboiled egg, tartar sauce and their secret sauce. The sauce matched the crispy chicken very well.

Pasta covered in a decadent cream sauce and dusted with shaved parmesan, this dish is packed full of flavour with spiced Spanish chorizo, capsicum and chilli oil. Paired it with a glass of Pinot Grigio ($9/glass) that’s fragrant and is pleasantly fresh on the palate.

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Wine Connection Bistro @ VivoCity
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, Unit 01-152/153/154, Singapore 098585

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!

Aptly known as Drunkard pork noodles, the Koay Teow fried with minced pork, French beans and basil was so good! Full of wok hei and umami filled, I can see myself making my way here quite often. Feel free to pimp it up with some chilli padi infused fish sauce and chilli padi. I was so greedy that I had ordered some coin beef soup to go along with my noodles, only to discover that it wasn't just soup alone. Lurking under all those juicy slices of beef were thin rice noodles. All this for less than SGD18. Now this is what I call a happy meal!

[#02-135] 中国拉面小笼包
the soup bursts in your mouth!! the skin was made so good, i accidentally dropped the xiaolongbao onto the tray and it was still intact. heng the soup didnt spill out, else really such a waste :p

What makes a good Thai iced tea? PJT has got it "just right" with a balanced blend of black tea, spices, milk and crushed ice. It's flavourful and not too sweet; creamy yet light; and has a smooth silky consistency.

This has my vote as the best Thai iced tea around the Somerset area. And the best part is that they're not pretentious, and they don't try too hard. It's just simple iced tea done well.

[Executive Summary for Singlish speakers:
Simply "shiok" without being "jialat"!]

A night of reminiscence at a cozy nostalgic place. It's been a few years since my last visit to Old Habits Vintage Cafe. Still as mesmerized as before by their retro decoration, like the road signs, old-school games, toys. And guess what, some of their tables are like the traditional sewing machine I have at home!

I remember I had the popcorn matcha latte the first time I went. Was a little hesitant for this unusual combination, but turned out to be surprisingly good.
This time round, I went for the chicken version of their classic shepherd's pie; Jessy's Spicy Casserole. Diced chicken, nyonya flavoured, coupled with diced carrots and topped with home made mashed potato. Spiciness was further added by the sprinkle of chili powder. Well, it felt like a huge curry puff served in a casserole without the pastry shell. Nothing fanciful, just a simple heartwarming fare but could get dull.

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Dalandan, fermented ginger ale and pili nuts. Again Chef Chele displays his culinary prowess by serving a leaf for dessert. Pingol Bato or begonia leaf, this was the highlight. Break them into pieces and eat them with the sorbet and nuts. The leaf has such a distinct and sour almost citrusy flavour that it was such a wonderful ending to a lovely meal. Like the Chef said it's meant to be a digestive to create room for petit fours.