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Xiang Ji Gao Dian’s chee cheong fun.

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Handmade daily, at a little rustic shop, right next to a busy Serangoon road.
Lots of patience, hard work were put into the black bean milk & black bean curd.

Only $1.50 黑豆花 👍
Interesting sweet syrup boiled with ginger.

Please refer to the official webpage for more creation from them.
Wallet friendly too!


[3/4] I marked this as one of my favourites as the Thai Milk Tea wasn’t heavy/concentrated in flavour. It was surprisingly balanced, which I think is a move to compensate for the doughnut’s sugary exterior. Thankfully, I followed my hunch of getting two of these in my box of 6! 😂


[2/4] This Nutella pun has been done to death, but I guess I can close one eye given the jolt of happiness you can get from one of these. The overflowing Nutella is truly just the tip of the iceberg. Break into one of these to liberate the decadence of the molten, lava-viscous chocolate-hazelnut ganache. 😍😭


[1/4] Four posts about doughnuts incoming! Before that, just wanted to say that I’m super stoked to be selected as a Burpple Tastemaker again. :’) I questioned my interest in writing about food many times in 2018, but I guess you go through peaks and troughs with your interests and that’s okay. 🙏🏽

So anyway, I made my way to Whampoa during my lunch break just to get doughnuts from here. They really make some of the best baked doughnuts I’ve had besides Kakuida.

These plump sugar-laced bombolinis are so soft, and are stuffed pretty generously (albeit not ala Shuu puffs) with filling corresponding to its flavour. It may not look like it from this picture, but truly, looks can be deceiving. Just one bite was enough to send me into a state of bliss, honestly. 😍🙏🏽


I forgot the name of the stall, but let me update it as I have been frequenting it lately. Not too bad, though not the type I’d rave about as it is a pretty average fare. Meek in spicyness and generous amount of chicken and tofu given here, which are definitely THE ways to go. 😍


The special fried pork belly - the pork belly was not exactly extremely crispy, but it complemented the gravy-coated yellow noodles really well! The thick gravy and crunchy meat was a heavenly combination!

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Soon to be extinct. Endless queues. Beautifully crafted. A work of culinary art

This is the best beef noodles I had in Singapore❤️ Toa Payoh Hwa Heng Beef Noodle is actually located in Bendemeer Market and Food Centre (#01-01) and the dry mixed beef noodles with beef tendons ($5) is the bomb. The gravy is robust and flavourful and the amount of beef, beef balls, innards and tendons given is super generous for the price point. The beef tendons literally melt in your mouth because they are that soft! There is really nothing to nitpick for this delicious bowl of goodness, except for the fact that you probably need to queue for at least 30min during lunch hours🤪

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The homeground platter. Everything sexy in a plate