Top 10 in Amoy Street

Top 10 places in Amoy Street, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Amoy Street

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Amoy Street, Singapore.

So insanely good! Loved the torched banana topped with crunchy pistachio, and sliced basil leaves - definitely gave the flavour of this dessert another dimension. Served with a side of delish banana choco chip gelato, looked made in house too. You'd think this combination would be really sweet but it isn't, this coming from someone who doesn't like sweet things.

One amazing steak! So good that mum is still raving about it now.


Rich beefy broth. Oxtail with meat that falls off the bone and literally melts in the mouth. A very thin crispy sheet of pastry for dunking into the broth. Chilli padi by the side for the heat that warms the body.
A mouthwatering scintillating comforting dish indeed!

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Who knew they could take gyozas on a spin and come up with these masterpieces? 😍 I tried the smoked duck dumplings, and pierogi (polish dumplings filled with what dreams are made of - potato, cheese and bacon) & they are lovely. Paired with their sichuan noodle in a swanky place, this is a must visit. Was there on a evening and it was a great end to the day.

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Melty, gooey cheese topped with honey, thyme and almonds. We really enjoyed this one! Flavours were an explosion of goodness! Gets cold & hardens fast, BUT, you can ask for it to be reheated :)

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Ordered the beef (black puff) and pork to try. So darn good! Melt in your mouth meat and unique spices used in each. ($15 for the pair)

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Please do yourself a favour and go down to have them. Not gonna bother describing because I’ll definitely cause it to lose its charm through words.

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Recently, this is where I've been going for my wanton mee fix. The char siew is tender and well marinated, while the noodles are eggy and springy. Although the char siew is not cooked under charcoal like the traditional ones, this was torched so that helps bring out some smokiness in it. Wanton is very soft, and there's a bottle of pork lard for you to add as much as desired 😋
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Was v excited to eat this and it didn't disappoint. The chic bar concept for wanton mee rocked the dish and made it as cool as can be. Got the fried duck drumlet noodles + $5 set (5 wanton, egg and drink). Duck drumlet was crisp and meaty (tho dry) and tastes like the ayam penyet we are familiar with. Noodles isn't one to shout out for but I love the combination of wanton and eggs. Their lil wantons are packed full of flavours.

Will be back to try their shiitake noodles

The pot houses fish fillets, mussels and clams, prepared with an aromatic herb and spiced tomato based sauce, sweetened with vegetables such as roasted peppers, eggplants and zucchini that are well cooked down to release all their sweet juices. Stirring it up and you will find a bed of cous cous at the bottom, flavourful with all the mixture of herbs, spices, sauces and juices.

Find out more at
Claypots Full Circle
103 Amoy Street
Singapore 069923
Tel: +65 62032203
Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer (DT Line), Tanjong Pagar (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 1030am - 12midnight
Sat: 5pm - 12midnight
(Closed on Sun)

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The fritter had a lovely meaty bite to it and that sauce reminded me of Thai curry. Thoroughly impressed with the crossroads cuisine at Nouri. Definitely worthy of the one Michelin star. More on Link in bio.