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

Home based business seem popular now, as I chance upon this one which specialises on oyster omelette.

They have a few size starting from $5. I gotten the $10 portion which came with lots of oysters topped on fried omelette. The chilli sauce given also generous.

They only open for self pickup which is at Edgefield Plains, a much hidden place at Punggol required taking bus if you don’t drive. It is better to eat it while hot.

Since this week is also the time to grab some Chinese dumplings, they also have came out their own dumplings selling limited to this weekend only.

When I order, sadly only the meat dumplings available while the nyonya dumplings also sold out. $4.50

I’m from the Hainanese family back in Penang, but seldom get to eat such Hainanese snack; especially after coming to Singapore for so many years.

Im glad there’s this home based business that make all the Hainanese snacks, so you could enjoy them while they continue to preserve the traditional.

For everyone who want to try all of them at once, I would recommend you to go for their gift set; which comes with everything including the yi bua, yi bua mochi, bua art and kaya.

The yi bua definitely the signature here, especially you couldn’t easily get it in Singapore. It is a Hainanese steamed dumpling made of glutinous rice flour dough. Inside you find a generous fillings of palm sugar sweetened mixture of grated coconut, toasted sesame seeds and crushed roasted peanuts. Lots of effort to make this signature snack, definitely worth getting them.

Beside the signature yi bua, they also twisted it with the version of mochi; coated with peanut.

The Bua Art continue their creation with a soft & chewy glutinous rice kueh, fully covered with their specialty coconut fillings on top.

Everyone familiar with the kaya, which definitely worth having it with your own breads. $12 (self collection or additional $8 for delivery)

It is great to see so many people came here to support the hawker, even though we still can’t dine in for now.

Lot of people here on Saturday lunch time for takeaway. And among so many stalls here, there’s this Thai food stall called the Cool Cool Thai; that got my attention for their crispy fried pork belly rice.

Topped with lots of fried garlic and fried egg on their super juicy fried pork belly. It could get pretty dry, so I would recommend you to get some soup as well. $5

This is actually my first don bought from Kanada-Ya, as I usually have their ramen instead.

The grilled unagi was seasoned pretty delicious with the sweet sauce, pair well with the Japanese rice and cabbage.

Looking for some vegetables to add on to my meal and gotten their sambal kang kong. Sadly it wasn’t spicy as expected but still delicious.

Their butter milk chicken was really tender and wasn’t too dry, definitely must pair with their sambal chilli.

Although Qi Ji Guan Nasi Lemak stall focus on their nasi lemak variety, many people actually come for their fried radish cake.

From $3.50 for the small size like this, you could already enjoy it a lot; especially to wok hey taste as it only fried upon order.

The more I eat it the more I miss Penang, as the taste pretty similar.

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I know there’s already a few stalls here that sell nasi lemak, but Qi Ji Guan Nasi Lemak at level 2 is worth trying as well.

They do have lots of choices that you can choose from. For $4.50, you get a decent plate of nasi lemak with chicken wing.

The first bite of the chicken wing felt like I was having KFC chicken, pair well with rest of the ingredients such as the sunny side up egg, peanuts, ikan bilis and the achar. The chilli sauce was definitely generous and taste really great with the lemak rice.

Food court in industrial area usually hit very hard when most people working from home and no dine-in allowed.

Got to know this Indian stall, The 3 Daddies after seeing their post on social media, selling their chicken briyani for only $3.

It is quick a decent portion even for just $3, and it comes with a package of curry. So if you are staying nearby please support them to get through this period of time.

I ordered the $5 portion, which comes with lots of noodles with equally balance of wok hey taste, especially eating together with the pork lard.

I was regret as I never have the chance to visit their former outlet at Bukit Timah Fire Station. They since opened their new and nearby outlet at HillV2.

I got their lunch set which comes with a drink. The beef stew was soft and juicy, pair well with the mashed potato, tomato and broccoli. $20

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