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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Khaw Han Chung

It seems like they have been expanding their outlets across the city now, after opening their first outlet here in PLQ Mall.

This was my first try and surprisingly love it. The chicken patty was crunchy and mix well with all the ingredients coming together.

The incredible burger come in with additional ham and egg, on top of their famous thigh burger.

Even the fries given wasn’t too soggy.

Finally gotten myself their egg tart by Hoover Cake Shop from Joy Luck Teahouse.

A great place to try on some of the Hong Kong snacks from different brands and house together.

Hoover’s egg tart cookie skin has the crunchy skin wrapped around the egg tart. But sadly it was too oily for me and the egg tart itself was just ordinary and nothing to shout of.

Takeaway for their roasted chicken, which was generous in size and juicy, wasn’t so dry. The chilli sauce given was surprisingly spicy.

It’s been awhile since the last time I visited Long John Silver’s and coming this time to try their CNY special, the mala salmon & dory.

The mala sauce was definitely enjoyable and spicy, pair well with the salmon and fried dory.

A restaurant focusing on healthy food, gotten their chicken protein bowl during lunch time and was truly disappointed.

Even though it was generous size with all the vege but it was too dry for me, especially the chicken given was so hard to chew.

Not only this, the price also consider very expensive. You could probably get a better and cheaper in other place.

With a few seafood soup stall here, Yumsea is consider the newest among the rest.

They have fresh seafood everyday and you could choose the type of fish.

I gotten the batang fish which is big portion and soft, together with prawn and meats.

Beside selling burger, they also have western style in local twist. Here we have the fried chicken that comes in generous size and super juicy, together with Indomie and egg.

It took awhile for them to defrost the chicken patty and fried it, so waiting time is expected. The indomie itself was ordinary so you need to mix with the chilli sauce given.

Hidden in Kopitiam along Senja Road there’s this affordable Japanese food stall selling their mentaiko don.

Their salmon definitely generous in the size with lots of mentaiko on top. Go for the spicy sauce to increase the taste.

What’s special about their rice bowl was the Italian spiced rice. And one of the signature item on the menu would be their legendary char siew served with pickled radish and sous vibe egg.

The char siew was juicy and tasty with the sweet sauce, mix well with the egg. $9

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Sticky and crispy, definitely worth to order if you are eating here. $5

Gotten a small plate of their fried hokkien mee, the taste was good especially with the chilli.

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From just $2, you could grab a plate of carrot cake from this stall.

Famous for their unique way of preparing as they use curry powder to mix with it.

To enjoy it fully, go for the black & white for only $5, that also comes with prawns inside. The mix of curry powder make it sticky together but definitely tasty and spicy with it.

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