Welcome to Circular Road.

Find a great place to eat based on millions of reviews by our user community


Delicious food at your doorstep

The best local restarants are here to deliver

67 Reviews
202 Wishlisted

What the Community is Eating

The latest reviews from real people you can trust

Super succulent and moist, the Roast Irish Duck ($22/ Quarter) was another hit. A tad fatty and heavy but the glistening skin had that lovely crackling crispiness. One to share among 3 to 4 people, the protein was really well-executed. Would go great with a steaming bowl of rice.

In the mood for fancy hor fun, The Dragon Chamber’s Wagyu Truffle Beef Hor Fun ($32) ticked all the right boxes for me. Doused in a copious amount of rich truffle gravy; the slurpy noodles were so moreish. The wok fried flat noodles, crispy deep-fried hor fun strips, silky poached egg and slices of premium US Wagyu short rib came together nicely offering a myriad of fun textures. Though the sauce could definitely be more earthy and “truffle-y”, the hot savoury mix was flavourful without being cloying. The beef was tender too and seasoned well.

Thick ramen noodles generously crowned with spring onions, onsen egg, seaweed, and spicy minced meats. It's like Dan Dan noodles but with a Japanese twist. The noodles are incredibly slurpy and bursting with flavour. For an extra kick, add some fried garlic. Once you've savoured all the noodles, don't hesitate to request a small saucer plate of rice to mix with any leftover sauce. And here's a bonus – if you're feeling particularly hungry, you're in for a treat as they offer a free upsize on the noodles. Plus, there's a complimentary jug of cold tea on the table, perfect for quenching your thirst.

Pro tip: Arrive early to avoid the queue.
🚩Ramen Matsuri, 7 N Canal Rd, Singapore 048820
#mehmehfoodventure #mehlicious #tastisfying #foodie #sgfoodie #sgfoodblogger #foodblogger #foodblog #foodcoma #burpple #burpplesg #sgfood #foodsg #eatmoresg #foodinsing #sgeats #ramen #拉面 #oishii #美味しい #mazesoba #taiwanmazesoba #ramenmatsuri

1 Like

Seasonal flavour: very very refreshing!!! With cubes of peaches (not canned ones) as well:))

In my opinion, the best dish in Un Yang Kor Dai is their Isaan Grilled Pork Neck Fried Rice. The rice itself is filled with different levels of flavours, all exploding and clamouring to be recognised with each mouthful.

For this dish alone, I can believe they deserve their Michelin award.

All exceptional value, even though sets were not available at night. Accommodating efficient lovely little place. All could be spicier

1 Like

A lot of ingredients in the prawn tom yum, including tofu skin, egg, etc. Swopped to glass noodles & couldn’t even finish. Manageable heat, could be spicier. Do note their extra value sets are not available for dinner, but good value anyway.

1 Like

Stated as the number 1 rich chicken soup in Singapore since 2014, most people would come here for their signature chicken broth ramen or mazesoba.

The Torikoku Special would be their signature chicken broth ramen, comes with 2 type of meats in the bowl. You get both chashu and chicken fillet, which both complement with smooth texture.

The chicken broth has the subtle hints of chicken stock aroma in it.


As for our 2nd main, we went with their angel hair pasta which featured truffle and ikura.

We enjoyed this more than the buta mayonnaise. The pasta was al dente and the truffle notes was nutty and earthy without being overwhelming. Portion though was a little on the small side and ikura was also a little on the more side and was closer to ebiko than ikura!


Miss K and I were feeling peckish after spending most of Saturday in the office and were in the mood for an early dinner. A quick search of our options on #BurppleBeyond led us to Yakizen, a homely quiet izakaya located right smack in the heart of the CBD along Circular Road.

Their 1-for-1 mains options is rather limited. We decided to check out the intriguing buta mayonnaise which featured pan-fried pork belly with mayonnaise. To be honest, this dish turned out better than expected as the rich creamy mayonnaise paired surprisingly well with the savoury teriyaki sauce. It did get a little too cloy towards the end as we did not pair it with rice.

The portions though was rather small and at $16.90++ would be rather overpriced without the #BurppleBeyond deal.


The perfect escape from the bustle of the CBD crowd.

Ceres Haus’ warm madeleines and chocolate were simply delightful. Prepared à la minute, the little French butter cakes ($6/ 3 pcs) were worth every second of the short wait, boasting a wonderful crispiness and caramelized perfection. Dusted with icing powder, the fragrant fresh madeleines were surprisingly moist in the center too - not all that dense. Great alone, the pastry was even better dunked into the Chocolate ($6) and the crunchy exterior held really well.

1 Like