Top 10 Places for Local Delights

Top 10 places for Local Delights

Latest Reviews for Local Delights

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Local Delights

Durian lovers rejoice! Four Seasons Durians has opened a MSW cafe in Chinatown serving durian in all manners and forms. Think soft serve, cream puffs, strudel, pizza? And... chicken nuggets with a durian dip?!?

We stuck with the safer choice, their MSW Delight. Basically their MSW soft serve with the works. Loved the not-too-thick softie which had the right kick of durian (though I wouldn't think it's MSW right off), but the toppings I felt were more of an afterthought and didn't add much to the experience. Definitely nice but quite pricey so you might want to just get their takeaway cup that's $6.80 for your MSW cravings.

Located close to our office, decided to give this popular lunch venue a go to see what the fuss is about. They offer a canteen style ordering system where you point to the items you want and they will add it to your base item of rice or noodles. I paid about $7 for rice with mutton curry, vegetables and a fried egg. Slightly pricier than the normal lunch, but the curry was not bad... again not the best you will have, but it does the job.

Tasty and very spicy beef rendang. I would say this would be quite satisfying even for Indonesian people looking for beef rendang here in Singapore. With the potato and a vegetable, the plate costs $7.20, a reasonable price for nasi padang.

Although food looked really nice when theu were serving it, it lacked the punch I was expecting. The chicken was tender and the vegies was flavorful. Overall a ok venue to go to. Price is a bit on the higher side.

A decent Nasi Padang place with a spread of choices. The mutton and beef rendang are probably the star players on the plate but it does come with a slightly pricy tag at $3.50 per serving. Do avoid the lunch hours as it gets really crowded quickly with all the offices surrounding this mall.

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One of my go-to dry YTFs. Very affordable - only $4.80 for 7 pieces + bee hoon. Love the fried ngoh hiang and the meat paste in certain pieces, although I was disappointed that they ran out of brinjal by the time I reached there at 7pm. The chilli sauce packs a punch too!

Dim Sum for lunch? Try their Deep Fried Prawn & Chinese Chives Dumpling with Black Truffle Mayonnaise.
Location: @singaporemarriott Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Wan Hao, 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865
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Chicken 🐓 Cheese 🧀 Puff (S$1.30)
The uncle at the counter said it’s popular with females.
It was like a rich chicken stew encased with a curry puff pastry.
The Baba Curry Puff Cafe
Address 🏠 : Blk 137 Potong Pasir Avenue 3, # 01-144, Singapore 🇸🇬 350 137
Tel ☎️ : 6841 6891
Open 💈 : 9am - 2pm
MRT 🚇 : Potong Pasir (NE10)

Cashier and prep counter has no communication so you q to pay then q again and watch them prep your food. Food and drinks very substandard too.

Kaya tasted and smelt of raw egg. Had two bites and had to throw it away.

Wouldnt eat this again despite the price🤐