I know tourists love visiting our Chinatown but local as well, especially when it comes to foods! Explore Chinatown with me as I share all the foods I have here in this list.
Khaw Han Chung
Khaw Han Chung

I have been supporting them since early days when they are still a humble & small stall in Hong Lim Food Centre. I’m very happy to see them opening a new restaurant with their own space; despite the pandemic hitting us.

Gotten their bak chor rice which comes with generous amount of minced rice, topped with soft boile egg. The rice itself also wasn’t too dry.

Finally there’s another prata place in Chinatown to go for breakfast in the morning.

Opened inside Chinatown Point at the basement one, they have a few seats here that you can enjoy their prata in comfortable space.

It is still fluffy and delicious, with egg and cheese mix in the prata.

Chinatown Food Street has been revamped recently and introduced a few new stalls including the famous King of Fried Rice.

This time I ordered their mala fried rice, which still has the wok hey taste but sadly the mala taste wasn’t strong enough for me. But overall is still spicy enough especially after adding the chilli sauce.

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A Italian Japanese fusion restaurant popular for their pizza and pasta.

Seeing so many people gotten their mentaiko and ikura so decided to give it a try as well.

Definitely very creamy and generous on the mentaiko sauce given, topped with lots of ikura. But surprisingly the whole meal wasn’t too overweight with the taste.

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Another dish from 123 Fish Head stall is this prawn paste pork. It was indeed juicy and less bone.

With so many stalls that also sell steamed fish, there’s also this stall with no obvious signage name but just with a the name of 123 on yellow banner with their signature steamed fish head.

Because they promised to prepare our food fast so we decided to try their’s.

Comes with lots of ingredients on top, the steamed fish wasn’t heavy in the taste and those ingredients doesn’t compliment the taste as well.

As we were so excited for their pizza, we decided to order another one from the menu.

The Summer In San Sebastián is a combination of chorizo ragu, hokkaido octopus, espelette chili and aioli. This take a more spicy taste and pair well with the aioli sauce. $36++

Starting off with their meatless pizza, a combination of five cheese blend, tomato and fresh basil.

The strong flavour of cheese mixed very well with the tomato sauce, yet not so overwhelming. $28++

Stepping into the small corner shop, you could see lots of poster and even video advertising their soy sauce business and the history.

They are proud with their soy sauce business that they ventured into this food business serving their soy sauce chicken.

I really love the chicken, which was so juicy and not bones at all. Don’t forget to try it with their chilli as well.

Supposed to come here early last year but cancelled because of the pandemic. Moving forward finally found the time to make my first visit here.

Have been seeing lots of their foods on social media and the visual always so pleasant to see.

Beside the pulled pork that used the fresh pork shoulder topped with house smoked BBQ sauce and poached barn egg; there’s also spice mix, curried avocado, corn salsa and potato hash.

I would say this is a interesting combination for breakfast meal like this.

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Seeing so many people go for this build your own plate choice, I also decided to go for it also.

I totally agree with many people that their croissants was great, paired well with their scramble egg.

The croissant comes along with jam and butter.


With only one item on the menu, which you get to choose either original or adding black sauce; then choose your spicy level.

It is basically a Sarawak Kolo Mee, adding with wanton, egg and char siew for $5. The focus here should be the noodle itself which is chewy and nice. Unfortunately for the char siew was served cold, it would be better if they are hot.

Also the waiting time could be long because they prepare the noodle plate by plate.

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