Ah Seng (Hai Nam) Coffee in Amoy Street Food Centre was started by Mr Wong Lock Seng’s father in Lau Pa Sat in 1964. The Robusta coffee beans are ground in-house and their homemade kaya makes the French Toast and Kaya Toast super delicious.

https://hungryghost.sg/ah-seng-hai-nam-coffee/

Bukit Purmei Lor Mee has reopened in Bugis! You can expect the same thick gooey “lor” with fishcake, braised pork belly, char siew and ngoh hiang balls. https://hungryghost.sg/bukit-purmei-lor-mee/

Gyu-Kaku has recently launched 3 wagyu buffets at $58.80++, $68.80 and $86.80 respectively. There are more than 70 cooked and grill items to choose from. https://hungryghost.sg/gyu-kaku-wagyu-buffet/

Come down to AFURI Ramen + Dumpling and try their yuzu shio/shoyu ramen which has a lovely yuzu fragrance. https://hungryghost.sg/afuri-ramen-vivocity/

Peach Garden (Chinatown Point) has 6-course set menu which are really value-for-money. The $38++ per person (minimum 2 person) set includes:

- Roasted Crispy Duck accompanied with Fried Prawn and Mongolian Sauce
- Chef’s Special Double-boiled Soup
- Steamed Fillet of Pa Ting Fish with Minced Ginger in Superior Soya Sauce
- Braised Homemade Beancurd with Local Spinach and Fresh Crab Meat
- Fried Mian Xian with Fresh Scallop
- Sweet Temptation

Read my full review at https://hungryghost.sg/peach-garden-chinatown-point/

Tan Yu specializes in Chongqing-style grilled fish. Besides Grilled Fish with Fresh Green Pepper and Chongqing Grilled Fish with Beancurd which are signature and Chongqing classic respectively, there are 8 other styles of grilled fish to choose from. There are also cold dishes and other grilled foods. https://hungryghost.sg/tan-yu-westgate/

The Queen and Mangosteen at VivoCity serves many classic British dishes such as Haddock Fish & Chips, Sticky Date Pudding and Shepherd’s Pie with amazing waterfront view of Sentosa. https://hungryghost.sg/the-queen-and-mangosteen/

La Lola Churreria has both hot & fresh churros as well as chilled and coated churros (flavors: dark chocolate, white chocolate, strawberry, matcha).

Read my full review at https://hungryghost.sg/la-lola-churreria/

Whampoa Keng Food Street Steamboat Restaurant is the perfect place for hearty fish head steamboat and zi char dishes at wallet-friendly prices. 

https://hungryghost.sg/whampoa-keng-food-street-steamboat-restaurant-queen-of-wok/

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Go-Ang Pratunam Chicken Rice specializes in Hainanese chicken rice but I personally don’t find anything special about their chicken rice. I do highly recommend the steamed sea bass. https://hungryghost.sg/go-ang-pratunam-chicken-rice-nex/

Picanhas’ serves only 2 mains, Queen of Steak and Picanha Don with top-ups for sauces, sides and toppings. Picanhas’ often have promotions for special cuts of beef such as the Wagyu Hanger that I had. The food is a little expensive but the steak is so darn good you wouldn’t mind at all. https://hungryghost.sg/picanhas/

Luke’s Lobster offers sustainably-sourced lobster roll, crab roll, shrimp roll, clam chowder and lobster bisque. https://hungryghost.sg/lukes-lobster/