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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

Melt-in-your-mouth beef chashu made from beef short plate marinated in ICHIKOKUDO’s special recipe. Natural beef fats emulsified into the broth adds complexity, mouthfeel and umami without being overpowering.

What you can find in the bowl are beef chashu, flavored egg, bamboo shoots, woodear mushrooms, chopped green onion, dried seaweed and shredded pink ginger.

What I don’t like was the serving wasn’t hot enough and the soup base was just way too savoury for me. $16.90++

Sadly they no longer serving their signature curry rice that I have from my last visit.

Comes with salad and soup, the stew rice occupied with generous portion of curry gravy. I felt the unagi soft bones was a bit too must where I keep eating it. $16.90+

Returned back here once again to satisfy my craving for some Korean style hotdog.

Their Bulgogi Dog topped with sufficient portion of bulgogi meat bites, but it get messy when you eat; as they will keep on dropping. The fried egg on top also end up become eating it separate.

But the overall taste was still good and delicious. $9.90

Apparently lots of people ordering this even my friend so I give it a try. The portion was generous even the cheese but it is better to share it with someone else. $5.90

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Been wanting to try Shake Shack since my Hong Kong trip but got hold up because knowing they are opening here.

But when they are finally here, I still don’t have the chance to visit because of the long queue at their outlet in Jewel Changi Airport.

Finally they listen to my call and open another outlet so near to my office. Since it is so convenient now so decided to make my first trip.

Their own chicken burger was good. They use crispy chicken breast with lettuce, pickles and buttermilk herb mayo. But felt the price was bit too expensive and they don’t sell them in set so you need to pay separately for other items like fries and drink. $9.20


Right at the blue table zone, David’s Handmade Noodle stall sell Chinese style noodle that use whole grain. For $5.50 (cheaper if you prefer normal ramen noodle), you get a decent bowl of grain noodle with mixed vegetables and the braised pork; accompany with a small bowl of soup.

Taking over the former Lobsters & Ice Cream shop at the corner of New Bridge Road and Mosque Street, it is now operating by Korean (the Parks family) selling Korean cuisine inspired hotdog and also milkshake.

Their hotdog use the bratwursts together with fresh ingredients. For Kimchi Dog, it is topped with umami, succulent beef bulgogi, melted cheddar and of course the kimchi. Those who love kimchi will definitely enjoy this. Generous portion on top that would chill out your day with the taste. $9.90

I was expecting a much taste of sour and spicy but it is actually sweet base. Not much ingredients inside except the noodle. $6.80

They have moved from Fook Hai Building into one of the shophouse along North Canal Road, just a few mins walk from their old place across Hong Lim Park.

Expect the same menu with a much cozy space here. As for their salted egg chicken rice, I still felt the sauce wasn’t that much and a bit dry for the meat.

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There’s this Vietnamese restaurant in one of the shophouses here along Smith Street, at the middle of Chinatown Food Street.

They are very authentic considering the staffs here are all Vietnamese. Beside the usual sandwich and noodle, they also have various dishes that definitely suit your appetite.

Ordered this instant noodle with beef, while the taste was strong and delicious; you actually find lots of oil beneath the noodle. $12.90

Tok Tok is famous for their Indonesian food and they have a few outlets across the country, with one outlet at Ang Siang Hill.

Nasi Campur Bali attracted me with all the colourful items on it. Expect items like sliced dried beef tossed with sambal, Balinese style beef rendang, sambal shredded chicken, beef skewers with sambal, Balinese style stir fry long bean, sweet and spicy fried tempeh and egg tossed with sambal. Yes that’s all the items on one bowl. Definitely worth it with only $9.90!

Be prepared to challenge with the sambal spiciness here and also all the dry meats here.


Not the usual pepper soup, this is the herbal soup base that added with dark soya sauce.

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