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

As I go to any Korean restaurant, I usually would order their pancake as side dish.

Sadly their seafood pancake here was truly disappointing. It is taste more of just flour without any flavours, even as it added some shrimp on it.

The pancake not just too hard to eat but totally not appetite at all.

The noodle recipe was impart from an old Korean lady – Halmuni – (Grandmother) Song. Which used secret recipe to created this unique noodles soup.

The soup was tasty and interesting to find lots of dry shrimp in it.

House within &Joy Dining Hall, a Japanese food court at the basement of Great World. Ramen Kiou is a popular ramen chain from Osaka.

And now we could taste their signature ramen here in Singapore.

The Torotama Kiou Ramen is a salt-based tonkotsu broth with 2pcs chashu & toro-tamago. While it is flavourful and tasty especially the broth, I do find it a bit too salty for me.

Hidden inside City Gate, there’s this place serving some Eurasian food using grandparent’s heritage recipe.

Their signature devil’s curry used premium pork cuts and succulent chicken cocktail sausage, simmered in a rich spice curry.

Gotten the small portion for $10 ($10.90 comes with drink during lunch time). And you get to choose the spice level from mild to spicy.

The mild wasn’t spicy at all to me, but definitely flavourful taste. Enough portion of meat in the curry for one person.

Beside serving their signature boat noodles here, they also offer a wide range of Thai cuisine.

Their green curry was super creamy as it added milk, with pieces of chicken meat (or add $1 for beef); mixed with other ingredients.

The rice also comes with a piece of fried egg to complete your meal.

A very colourful stall front that usually attracted long queue, even they located a the back of the coffee shop.

Most people would come here for their super crispy plain prata.

I do find it a bit hard to cut them into pieces as it seem pretty easily to break into more pieces. But I do like how crispy it is. $2.40 for 2 pieces

This is the place where you could heading to whenever you are craving for deep fried katsu.

The Umeshiso Mille-feuille Katsu Set featured deep fried multi layered sliced pork cutlet seasoned with plum paste, creating a very unique taste of sour within every bites.

The set also comes with rice, cabbage and miso soup.

I can’t believe this was my first time visiting Bedok Point, a really much forgotten mall at Bedok Central.

And inside this mall, there’s actually a very authentic Taiwanese cuisine restaurant; using the recipes that have been passed down for more than hundred years ago.

For first timer, I would recommend you to go for this signature 卤肉饭 $7.80 and add $2 for a drink or soup.

The braised minced pork was well seasoned and tasty, they are very soft and juicy as well.

Marutama Ramen has recently opened a few new outlets across the country and Millenia Walk is their latest outlet with a new concept.

Focusing on their signature aka ramen, a 7 types of ground nuts with tauch of chili marking it mildly spicy and topping with chicken meatball.

I really enjoy the soup, which has a very strong and creamy flavour that I can’t stop drinking it.

The Aka Marutama Ramen added Ajitsuke Tamago.

This is my first time at Serangoon North, and glad to find some popular breakfast spot here.

Tian Tian Nasi Lemak is one of them that attracted queue early in the morning.

For just $2.70, you already get a decent plate of nasi lemak with fried chicken wing and fried egg.

The fried chicken wing was crunchy and tasty, not too oily; paired with delicious fried egg on top of the fragrant nasi lemak.

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Beside selling Japanese ramen, they also have a few choices of fried rice here.

The shrimp was definitely juicy and chewy, but the fried rice could be more wok hey. But overall taste still excellent and I would come back to try the rest of fried rice. $6.90

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It is really excited to see some Japanese hawker foods in Woodlands, especially this stall serving some tonkotsu ramen at affordable price.

As it has a thumb up icon beside this on the menu, so decided to go and try it.

Although the taste was strong and spicy, but sadly it was too salty for me. And the chilli oil seems overwhelming the broth.

The noodles still great and good texture, comes with juicy beef slices. $7.90

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Distance never stop me from hunting for good foods around the world, but limited by COVID-19 now.

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