Top 10 in Braddell

Top 10 places in Braddell, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Braddell

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Braddell, Singapore.
Dry version of the white beehoon in a corner of TPY.

They've been around longer than the wet version most of us would probably be more familiar with. But this one's good b'cos all that flavours had been absorbed into the beehoon. Find them in the same Kopitiam where Hup Cheong YTF resides.

Hazelnut Milk Chocolate

Had to get myself here since I was in the area and my evil friend just didn't want to be here when I was also in the area the other day. There is absolutely nothing not to love with this flavour; the richness of the hazelnut flavour is already a clear winner, while the milk chocolate here simply makes it more luscious without getting overwhelming.

Donya Maki

From Donya Japanese Cuisine situated within a coffeeshop at Blk 126 Toa Payoh Lorong 1; the block just beside the market that houses Chey Sua Carrot Cake and just a short walk away from Creamier (yes, I am just saying it's like an all-in-one package whenever I am here). Serving up affordable Japanese fare and "near-restaurant" quality, expect rice bowls typical of what is usually served in Japanese stalls at coffeeshops and a few Maki dishes.

Being their signature Maki, the Donya Maki is essentially a California Roll topped with salmon instead of Ebiko, drizzled in their signature house-made sauce which is essentially a Tama Miso sauce and then flame-torched. The Tama Miso sauce is almost like a creamier, mellow version of a hybrid of Mayonnaise and Salted Egg sauce; very subtly savoury from the Miso though generally creamy overall. The flame-torched salmon carries that Aburi feel very nicely; rather smoky while the Maki comes packed decently tight with crab stick and cucumber to give the crunch. Coming in four pieces for $5.80, it's actual pretty good an option for those who are living in the area.

Carrot Cake

They truly deserved the awards. One of the best carrot cake I have tasted. They made their own carrot cake, cut into cubes and fried with eggs. Reasonable price at $2, $3 and $4.

These guys here served some good western food here in a coffeeshop, and they looked and tasted like those you would find in a restaurant.

Other than their tasty Tom Yum pasta and grill, this smoked duck salad was beautiful, appetising and good. Liked that the duck was well balanced with the zesty sauce and fruits. The corn flake topping was such a simple idea that added an extra crunch to the salad. A good starter dish even in Coffeeshop, and its low price just brought an extra smile to us.

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Set B - $10
A Cake + Coffee or Tea
Ondeh Cake - $7.90
Sakura Green Tea - $5
Blending roes and cherry with green sencha tea
Gives off the feeling of Sakura each time
The Daily Press

Prawn 🦐 Noodles

Prawn 🦐 Noodles with Clams (usual S$6.50)
Available at @DeniseDeanna for S$6 today to celebrate 🎉 its first month.
Lots of clams (counted 18 pieces), and all with juicy meats, no empty ones. The broth was flavourful and slightly peppery.
Deanna's Kitchen
Address 🏠 : Blk 127, Toa Payoh Lorong 1, # 02-25 Toa Payoh West Market and Food Centre, Singapore 🇸🇬 310 127
Open 💈 : Wed - Sat : 10am - 8pm
Sun : 9am - 3pm
MRT 🚇 : Braddell (NS18)
Note 📝 : Ran by Muslim couple

This is now my latest fav #zichar place!!

Serving portions were bigger than expected (read: value for money) and they all were delicious! They also have a small aircon room that you can dine in comfort (but best to call to make a reservation as the aircon room is small). Hong Yun Seafood
Blk 124 Toa Payoh Lor 1, S310124
Opening hours:
Lunch: 10:30AM to 1:15PM
Dinner: 5:00PM to 10:15PM
Tel: 8463 8011

If there's 1 thing that justifies the Bib Gourmand for 青山, it will be its Consistency.

Every time we ate the carrot cake, it was cooked to the same taste and texture. Crispy on top and soft below, it tastes especially good fried with its chilli.
Good that the stall has maintained its price range of $2-4 despite high popularity. But beside maintaining its quality, the long wait for it has also been consistent. Expect 30 mins on a weekday off-peak and over an hour outside of it.

Sun Tou Fu Soup with Rice

From Man's Kitchen & Waker Chicken; a coffeeshop stall at Blk 125 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh within Johnson Foodcourt that serves up Korean fare.

It wasn't the original plan for lunch, but we headed here instead for the spot we intended to dine at didn't open and the fried chicken menu from Waker Chicken is only available for dinner. Not sure if I had tried a bad one but I don't seem to get why people like Sundubu with this one — it's almost like a kimchi soup base that's terribly bland and watered down filled with smooth and silken tofu, minced pork and an extremely messy looking, totally cooked egg; the elements just seemed like they are running their own show against one another; almost not related to one another. I am just guessing Sundubu just ain't my thing.

Pandan Chicken (SGD $10 for 8 pieces) @ Toi Thai Kitchen.

Loved the moist, tender chunks of chicken, bold in savoury sweet flavour.
Fragrant from being infused with pandan / screwpine leaf, so good. Each piece is roughly the size of a child's fist, great value here.
Toi Thai Kitchen
978 Toa Payoh North #02-01
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Deep-Fried 3 Tastes Sea Bass (SGD $22) @ Toi Thai Kitchen.

Named for its combination of sweet, sour, and spicy flavours, this fresh fish is flash-fried, making the exterior crisp, whike the interior remains moist and tender.
Also among the most value for money whole fish dishes around.
Toi Thai Kitchen
978 Toa Payoh North #02-01
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