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Singapore Foods Hunter

Singapore Foods Hunter

We always ask ourselves, what to eat next for breakfast, lunch and dinner; or even supper. So follow this list to begin your journey exploring the foods around Singapore and make your decision.
Khaw Han Chung
Khaw Han Chung

We continue the crab meat selection with their fried rice to end our meal here.

It took awhile for them to serve this so there’s a bit of wait at the end (wasn’t good if you prefer to eat the sliced fish with the rice).

But this fried rice was surprisingly good for me. Rich in its taste and generous amount of crab meat inside.

Here comes the spotlight of the set lunch, serving one portion for every person.

The sauce was spicy and acceptable portion of the crab meat. This is definitely worth especially when you don’t want to spend too much to grab the crab itself, or having to crack the shell.

Here comes the main which I like the nonya sauce. The food all come in sequence as the menu, which means the rice or noodles only come at the end. So you have to eat the fish itself without the rice or have to wait.

The second appetiser we get was this refreshing one, serving with pineapples and grapes.

The portion given was considerably small to me but enough for both of us.

Jumbo Seafood has recently introduced their fuss-free chilli crab set lunch that available sail from now until end of 2020.

For $29++ per pax, the set lunch included (sharing) 2 appetisers, 1 meat, 1 rice or noodles and (1 portion per pax) chilli crab meat sauce with sliced fried man tou.

This was one of the appetisers we got, the baby squid was very crispy and they are covered with sweet sauce. Accompany with fried crackers.

Is Christmas season once again and of course MUJI Café introduced their festive set meal once again.

The set comes with 4 deli dishes, 16 grain rice and choice of soup.

The 4 deli dishes are beef au gratin, baked chicken mid wing umami, chicken salad and pineapple & mozzarella cheese salad.

Not so heavy meal but healthy and light one. Available until 31 December 2020. $18.80

There’s not a lot of ramen places in Singapore that offer truffle ramen. Kanada-Ya is the latest branch coming to Singapore that have this offer.

Limited to only 20 bowls per day each outlet, meaning if you want to try and to be safe, you have to come very early to avoid disappointment.

A very strong smell of truffle immediately hit you when it being served to your table. Go for the regular size to have all the ingredients including the char siew and onsen egg.

Very simple but flavourable broth. $24.90++

I see many people have ordered their white bee hoon and decided to give it a try.

The soup was tasty with generous amount of bee hoon. There’s 4 prawns given and they are generally big in size.

Trying the duck rice signature set from this stall for $3.50, which also come along with half egg and soup.

Came here early morning to grab some quick breakfast and I got the carrot cake from Chun Cheng Food Garden.

They cook them plate by plate in batch, with egg on top. Definitely worth trying it for only $3.

For some warm food over here at Seah Im Food Centre, you could go for this one. Tasty soup base with lots of ingredients especially the vege.

The fried items comes separately so you could enjoy the crispness. $4 and add $1 for rice.

They have lots of choice for a proper meal here from brunch, main, pasta, rice bowl to salad.

I gotten their rice bowl which stir fried salmon cubes with teriyaki sauce, comes with snap peas, purple cabbage, onsen egg and torched broccoli on Japanese rice. Waiting time is expected. $20

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