Top 10 in Bukit Gombak

Top 10 places in Bukit Gombak, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Bukit Gombak

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Bukit Gombak, Singapore.

it’s not considered drinking milk stuff.....right???
So if you guys didn’t know I’ve been trying to consume fewer dairy products, hoping to see if it will help with my cystic acne issue 🧐
And umm.. pathetically failing cause I keep forgetting and end up buying milk teas and drinking them ╮(╯▽╰)╭
Anyhoo sometimes I get sick of drinking Koi or Gongcha so I go to iTea which is in my neighbourhood. It’s CHEAP and tastes good enough for the money I’m paying.
Westies - any other non-mainstream bubble tea shop to recommend??⠀
ALSO anyone else here a Matcha lover? You have to try Matcha Macchiato!!⠀
#bukitgombak #iteasg #bubbletea #matchamacchiato

Very refreshing. Ordered 50% sugar, but not sweet enough for me. Would like it more if the Matcha was more gao

- Milk & Honey Gelato @ Bukit Batok Hometeam NS.

I can never go wrong with this perfect combination - Crispy quaffles with double scoops of Milk & Honey Gelato and maple syrup topped with blocks of honeycomb. 😍


Crispy waffles and flavourful home made ice cream. You can’t get this anywhere.

Been to this little shop many times, and it’s still my TOP favourite.

$4.50; fair enough!

The amount of ingredients was just about right! The flavour of the dish felt balanced! Unlike many Hong Kong Noodles, it wasn’t too oily and was relatively easy to eat till the last mouthful.

It was refreshing to have fresh shredded lettuce; it added crisp and juiciness of fresh ingredients into the dish.

Interesting find!

No amount of words can describe my 💛 for this Crispy Quaffles with Double Scoops of Milk & Honey Gelato drizzled with Maple Syrup... ... #burpple

Received rave reviews from my folks for bringing them to try this Bak Chor Mee from Ah Kow Mushroom Minced Pork Mee.
It is no doubt that the killer in this simple dish is the addictive, crispy paper-thin dried sole fish.
It looks like I will be patronising this stall, relatively frequently from now on. 😏


The rice was flavorful & all the meats were really yummy. The steamed chicken was tender and succulent & served atop crunchy beansprouts. The cha siew was marinated with a sweet gravy and I appreciated that it wasn’t fatty unlike some places. Sesame chicken was uniquely good with its crispy skin, sweet and nutty sauce
📍Shi Mei Hainanese Chicken Rice, 371 Bukit Batok Street 31, #01-326, Sin Huat Lee Hawker Centre, S650371 (near Bukit Gombak Mrt)

Ordered the roast chicken, char siew and the recommended sesame chicken.

The first impression of the sesame chicken is dry and i'm also wondering does it taste too sesame. After my first bite it's like wow the chicken is not only tender, the skin is very crispy and the fragrance of the sesame isn't too overpowering. The texture of the roast chicken isn't as crispy as the sesame one. The char siew is not bad but i would prefer ordering their roast pork which is very crispy.

$5 for char siew
Total price: $17.20

This place is the Creamier-equivalent for the Westies! The waffles is very crispy & fluffy while the gelato tasted good too! Plus the service here is very warm & friendly.

Emerging from Shi Mei’s repertoire of roast meats is the Sesame Chicken, which is an unusual find. You get chicken meat heavily coated in sesame seeds and a sweet gooey sauce. A roasted and nutty flavour follows every bite. We found that the nutty fragrance complements the sweetness of the sauce. I

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If you've eschewed going green because of the notorious prices tagged to healthy eating, then a visit to this popular Bukit Batok hawker stall may well change your mind. With prices averaging at a very pocket-friendly $4, Jing Yi Vegetarian makes going meatless affordable and more importantly, tasty. Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang highly recommends the Fried Dried Hor Fun ($4). The deceptively simple looking dish, which comes with just vegetables and a few slices of mock fishcake and mock meat, won her over with its smoky wok hei. The hor fun comes with eggs, so heed her advice to let the chef know if you'd like to go without. Other tasty eats include the Tom Yum Mee Soup ($5) with its punchy, tangy broth, the wet Hor Fun ($4) and the Deep Fried Mushroom in Sweet and Sour Sauce ($7). The latter sees a plateful of crunchy deep-fried oyster mushrooms, slicked in a coating of sticky sweet and sour sauce — wonderfully addictive and great to share. Pro tip: According to Wei Zhi, a 30-minute waiting time is common, especially on the first and 15th day of the lunar calendar.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang