Recommended Lists in Singapore

Recommended lists of good food and best restaurants in Singapore
Date Night, Burpple Guides, Fine Dining 15 Places to Impress Your Date Trying to impress your date for the very first time, or simply romancing your special someone with a good meal? Here's a list of 15 romantic spots with incredible value for money, brought to you by The Good Life®!
Newly Opened, Burpple Guides New Restaurants, Cafes And Bars: August 2014 A brand new month means a brand new list of places to check out! Know of places we may have missed? Write to us at community@burpple.com and let us know!
Cafes & Coffee Café Fest: The Essential Guide If you love cafe-hopping, this will be 2 days of absolute café heaven! Featuring 12 awesome home-grown cafés, Café Fest will be held from 6 – 7 September 2014 along the Waterfront Promenade. Buy your passes at www.cafefest.sg | 'Like' on Facebook at www.facebook.com/cafefestsg | Keep up with the latest on Instagram @cafefestsg
Hawker Fare, Cheap & Good, Burpple Guides The Essential Hawker Guide in Singapore 8 Hawker Centres, 24 Stalls, this guide features 3 of the most popular stalls in each of these hawker centres. Showcasing all the local favourites - chicken rice / Hokkien mee / wanton mee / chwee kueh / yong tau foo / fishball noodles. This is THE essential hawker guide, time to feast away!

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Very hard to find really good poh piah

One of the better poh piahs, but 968 at Whampoa Drive is still the best for me.

from Eugene Yap
猪肉粥

Reads: Ju-yok-zok (cantonese). Here comes the main! Smooth and warms my tummy :) but definitely can't beat those in hk.

from May Cho
For Noodles With The Best Overall Taste (Lavender Area)

$5 - $10. This bowl of noodles is much recommended by many food bloggers in Singapore and it has never once went on without a queue. (Queued for 15 minutes) . This bowl of noodles clearly has it's own standards; meatballs and meat are fresh, decent noodles and chili. However it does not have anything in particular and make itself different from the others except for its price tag.

from Poh Peng Ric
Shio-koji Prawn Linguine ($15.50)

Clearly it's a tomato based spagetti but it's far from boring. The "dashi" and white wine brighten things up considerably, turning it into a seriously gratifying plate of pasta.

from Veronica Phua
Froyo

I swear llao llao has the best froyo in singapore. It's the creamiest! Though it's not as tart as it first started. I would prefer a more sour froyo! Love the dark chocolate sauce, which you can't find at other froyo stores because they will use Hershey's?(or some other thin choc sauce) Would prefer them not to caramelise or sugar coat their nuts though[occupational hazard] (or maybe I secretly love it) . Nevertheless, I love llao llao froyo ^^ 🍨

from ni eats
Froyo

I swear llao llao has the best froyo in singapore. It's the creamiest! Though it's not as tart as it first started. I would prefer a more sour froyo! Love the dark chocolate sauce, which you can't find at other froyo stores because they will use Hershey's?(or some other thin choc sauce) Would prefer them not to caramelise or sugar coat their nuts though[occupational hazard] (or maybe I secretly love it) . Nevertheless, I love llao llao froyo ^^ 🍨

Best Roasts I Had So Far!

Crackling siobak, melt in your mouth charsiew are my faves. Roast duck is not too bad either. Highly recommend!

from Adeline Tan
Poh Kee Satay

They have shifted from Hougang. The chicken satay made from thigh-only meat is still as tender and I simply love the peanut sauce!