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.


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. 


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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/