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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.
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Unlike the usual chicken rice that we have in Singapore, theirs consider the Taiwan style with shredded chicken on top of the rice.

The portion of the chicken rice itself consider very small for me, so you could need to get additional food.

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It was a bit disappointing to me, the pasta was served hot, but the salted egg taste doesn’t make me feel want to continue finish it.

The smoked salmon doesn’t taste great either. Probably would come back to try their burrito. I would say no for their pasta.


Never know there is this Japanese restaurant specialise in katsu meals. It was helmed by local chef who has several years of experience cooking Japanese foods.

They signature item would be the tonkatsu but I was craving for some Japanese curry instead.

The curry gravy was milky, with crispy chicken and fragrance Japanese rice. The cabbage is refillable. $23++


I like how customisable they can for your meal, from the noodle, sauce to broth.

They are originated from Kanagawa Prefecture. I love the chashu and the broth was perfectly prepared based on my preference. $14.80++

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Haven’t eaten it for sometime so decided to head over to this stall in the food centre to satisfy my craving.

Shun Fa have been selling it for many decades and they only open after 4pm, serving the night crowds. $3/$4/$5

Opened in collaboration between The Mutton from Class 95 FM and Roast Paradise, this place took over 2 shophouses with plenty of seats available.

As the name suggested, it is definitely a bowl of paradise with all 3 house roasted specialties. Expect to see their signature char siew, siu yoke and roast duck all in one bowl. You could choose either comes with rice or noodle.

I could say it is really enjoyable and fulfilling, the meats are crispy and juicy. $10.80


They used to be a small stall in one of the coffee shop nearby. Since then they have moved to a bigger space in their own restaurant within the same area.

Came during dinner time and order their curry rice which was not bad. Portion was huge and the curry was tasty.

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Found this stall in the food court selling chilli mee. You get to choose your level of spiciness by adding the chilli powder available in front of the counter. There’s 5 levels of it so you can add as many as you can.

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You probably won’t realise this Korean restaurant as it located off the main road.

This place sell various of Korean cuisine in the neighbourhood.

The soup was delicious not so spicy to me. Chicken cutlet could be better if they served hot.

If you having their sushi for the first time please try this! It is really good.

The mango really goes well with the ebi.

I have eaten their curry items before so decided to give it a try for the rest.

They do have unagi don which cut into pieces, together with the egg and rice. Of course it might not the best you can have but it is still worth trying.

This is a very small eatery located inside Sunshine Plaza, with only a few tables inside the shop.

Come during lunch time for their promo of $9.90 and above, which you get a main or rice comes with egg and drink.

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