One thing I didn’t realize is that Singapore has all the cutest cafes!! Because it’s so tropical, all the cafes have amazing outdoor seating and lush foliage everywhere! It’s quite lovely and different than SF... #nanbetrippinSIN
Unlike other boat noodle stores, it’s amazing how robust the broths at Gu Thai taste and how completely different they are from each other. We prefer the duck to the beef broth because of the lightness and sweetness of it. The beef may have been too intense in flavour for us. We also love the chewy glass noodles which absorbed every bit of the broth. There’s 3 spiciness levels, but we felt that we could have gone a level higher because the kick is missing at level 1.
1 for 1 with @entertainersg
Duck noodles SGD8.50
Braised Beef Tendon Noodles SGD8.50
Egg prata with fish curry? On potato chips? 🥞 Yes, you’ve heard that right! @feastchips are back again with a new local flavor after the crazy popular Chicken Rice and Laksa chips which surprisingly captured a lot of components of the real dish (especially the garlic sauce and coconut milk). Was expecting the egg prata with fish curry to be bombz too and we were impressed. It was quite similar to the actual flavors where you could taste the subtle hint of egginess and a whole lot of spicy kick and sourness from the fish curry! Try all of them out and tell us what you think, do they really taste like the real thing?
Available at convenience stores 7-11 and Giant ☺️
SGD3.00 per packet
Good morning... I always wants going to this place again..and again..and again...and over again 😊😁 never get boring... Did't you the same with me?! Or just me to do like that? 😅💖 #visit_singapore#singaporetimes#singapore
[Infused With Love] Crispy southern chicken with melted Monterey Jack Cheese, pulled pork sliders in house made bourbon BBQ sauce with coleslaw and burger patties with melted cheddar cheese, homemade whisky bacon jam all in this sampler. The sampler is the best for trying out all three burgers from this alcohol infused collection. #sponsored#hardrockcafe#hardrocksingapore @hardrockcafesingapore
Spirited Slider Sampler SGD29.95
[Infused With Love] Smoked baby back ribs glazed in BOURBON bbq sauce where the meat falls off the the bone so easily without much effort ❤️ Portion sizes were also great for 2 people!
Bourbon-Glazed Baby Back Ribs SGD37.95
Fancy fine dining plating in a coffee shop for western food at Toa Payoh! It’s reasonably priced with decent quality. We love the generous mashed potatoes underneath our grilled chicken chop layered with mushroom brown sauce on top. If you happen to be around tpy, you should try it out! Otherwise, there’s no need to travel all the way down unless you look forward to the plating!
Chicken Chop SGD6.00
[Barcook Veggie Buns] Do you remember the raisin cream cheese bun from Barcook? Now they’ve released a series of veggie buns and they’re really delicious! Here’s the list of our favorites in order:
Veggie Fondue which could really be our go to bun from now now because we’re a sucker for potatoes in our bread and the broccolis were amazingly crunchy!
Tomato Basil tasted like pizza but it’s a healthier option with probably half the calories. The cherry tomatoes were used to depict tomato purée and they were surprisingly sweet 🍅
Lotus Trio was a smart play on the ingredients as you’d never imagine lotus roots on your bread. The roots were so crunchy and made very fun to eat.
They were also others in the series like:
Be sure to check the amazing buns from @barcookbakery
Located just across Amoy Street Hawker Centre, between Telok Ayer and Tanjong Pagar MRT stations 🚇, stands the Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church ⛪️. According to their websites, it is the oldest Methodist Chinese speaking churches. During the second World War in 1942, this church was a refuge for about 300 to 700 people. Most of the structure has retained itself, and in 1989, it was declared as a National Monument to be preserved.
According to a post contribution by Paul Kuah in a Facebook group ‘On a little street in Singapore’, he showed a photograph explaining that “what most people wont realise is that the wall was fortified to prevent bullets and shrapnel from getting into the hall where the refugees were. The solid wooden door of the main entrance was originally made for a bank but was donated to the church during its construction. The unique architecture with the Chinese roof was designed by Swan & McLaren. The history of this grand dame can be found here http://www.tacmc.org.sg/about-us/our-heritage “. They do regular Sunday services at separate timings in English, Hokkien, Bahasa Indonesia. They have a Wednesday lunchtime services in English and Chinese at 12:30 P.M. to cater to the lunchtime crowds.
Telok Ayer has also a branch church known as TA2 sanctuary at Telok Blangah which does regular Mandarin and Hokkien services on Sundays.
Any of you here do your regular service in this preserved monument or have fond memories of it? It is amazing it is standing the test of time and land scarcity in little Singapore. 🇸🇬
Central Business District, Singapore
How photogenic is this takeaway bowl! Blue pea rice with onsen egg and veggies on the side dressed with sesame sauce. Not only does it look stunning, the salmon mentaiko was torched to perfection, it was still pink and moist in the middle! Would order this on Plum again in a heartbeat.
Ordered with @plumfoodsg
Salmon Mentaiko SGD10.90