Admit it: you can't find many places in Singapore that sells Beef Murtabak. More so when you order a larger portion and the ground beef is generously spread around the Murtabak. And I think this goes really well with fish curry!

Strange thing about Zam Zam though, is that they do not sell Roti Prata here. And the other strange thing is that my food is served piping hot within 1 minute of ordering! It was also observed that ready-packed Murtabak is available for roadside pick-up during those peak hours! No worries about lack of parking lots in the vicinity if this is what you are looking for.

Fav. prata place. Sunny side up smack right on the prata. Never go without their sambal!👍😋😋😋

$13 would get you this Beryani set accompanied with Dachar, Achar and papadum. Everything you really need to satisfy that Indian craving in a comfortable air conditioned environment.

This Bryani from Bismillah was awarded Bib Gourmand twice in a row and it's no wonder. The rice is super aromatic , despite being cooked without the use of ghee!! I loved how the rice was dry but not too hard and went perfectly with the yogurt on the side. Even after throwing spoonfuls of yogurt in, we found ourselves breathing fire - testament to the amount of spice used in this ordinary looking dish.

One of the better briyani I tried and for the price of S$4.50 I found it pretty reasonable
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I could easily remove the meat from bone, just by the push of the plastic fork. I loved to soaked my rice with the thick and aromatic curry, made it my kind of comfort food
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Allauddin's Briyani
Tekka Centre, 665 Buffalo Road,
#01-232 S210665 (Little India Tekka Serangoon Road)
Mon.-Sun. 10:30-19:00

Gula Melaka Coconut Toast is still one of the best thing to have at Dessert Project. Creamy coconut ice cream drizzled with Gula Melaka atop thick but fluffy toast. Seriously who can resist this combination!

Tried their sea salt Gula Melaka soft serve and it was awesome! Able to choose between cone or cup at $8++

We ordered 4 servings of ice cream with waffles and got the earl grey lavender, hazelnut, pistachio and chocolate. The soft serve ice cream comes in a generous serving and the waffle is crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The earl grey flavour is super strong! Plus, it comes with drizzled honey, biscotti and customised toppings depending on the flavour you ordered. Quite the perfect dessert which explains the constant queues 👍👍

We ordered 4 servings of ice cream with waffles and got the earl grey lavender, hazelnut, pistachio and chocolate. The soft serve ice cream comes in a generous serving and the waffle is crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The earl grey flavour is super strong! Plus, it comes with drizzled honey, biscotti and customised toppings depending on the flavour you ordered. Quite the perfect dessert which explains the constant queues 👍👍

Coated in a thin, crunchy, golden batter, this simple dish of Ren-kon and Tamafura (deep-fried lotus root and onion rings) stole my heart. Great batter aside - and that's half the battle won, mind you - I loved how earthy and sweet the root vegetables were, holding firm on their own and shining through that batter. The lotus root for one still retained a kinda muted crunch, cooked al dente if you would call it such; and the onion - oh-so-moist, sweet, and just melting in your mouth.

Featuring thick rice noodles swimming in a spiced coconut broth, topped with fresh cockles and sliced fishcake, laksa is best described as unparalleled comfort in a bowl. While guidebooks may point you to Katong, we highly recommend a trip down to family-run stall Sungei Road Laksa in Jalan Berseh. Step into the coffeeshop and you'll see virtually every customer tucking into a bowl of the Laksa ($3). The star is no doubt the spiced coconut broth, which is painstakingly simmered over charcoal fire to result in a flavourful yet light gravy that's not overly rich. It is also not too spicy — great if you're still acclimatising to local flavours — but if you like it hot, take Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang's advice and stir in a few spoonfuls of their sambal. And lest you worry about fumbling with chopsticks, the slippery smooth noodles are cut for easy eating so you can slurp it all up with a spoon.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang