Top 10 in Dhoby Ghaut

Top 10 places in Dhoby Ghaut, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Dhoby Ghaut

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Dhoby Ghaut, Singapore.

Conveniently located at B2 of Plaza Singapura where many exits from the Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station, Kai Sushi & Grill serves decent Japanese set meals, ricebowls, sushi and sashimi. This Salmon Zuke Don ($13.80) is served with 6 slices of succulent soy-marinated salmon and Japanese rice. What surprised me the most was the satisfying thick cuts of the fresh salmon! 😋

At $9.80++, this was generously topped with fresh salmon sashimi & tobiko. The rice was a tad too mushy this time though (usually pretty alright)

Just curious. This stall did receive A LOT of publicity, but how many are really keen to try them out?

In the Taiwanese street night, the grilled beef was probably fired and torched up in much higher temperatures and bigger fires. I can only imagine the limitations of operating such a kiosk in a Singapore mall.

Hmmm..... to be honest, I think they may need to create another USP, or perhaps think about having wider offerings to attract repeat customers.

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It was coca last year. This year it is hai xian lao.had the beauty collagen soup, tomato soup and chicken soup. So so full now! #burpple #burpplesg #haixianlao

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They call this Mandarine Orange with Candied Kumquats which has a subtle tangy flavor. Don't really know what that chinese character means but since its CNY it must mean something.. Or not. 😂😂😂 .

Happy Chinese New Year Everyone! 新年快乐 恭喜发财 🙃🙃🙃 #handsinframe #foodintheair #myhungryhead

130g of rib-eye chunks seared on a teppanyaki grill and slightly torched till medium. The grilled flavour wasn't very strong as they only flamed ours for a bit.

Seasoning wise, the cubes are pre-salted and then you add either/both of the powders (garlic and seaweed) yourself. The batch we got was very salty even for our heavy palates, and it wasn't even because of the seasoning powder. Hope it was not the default saltiness level. Gave our feedback so hopefully they'll tweak.

For the most bang for your buck, get the combo that comes with beef rice box ($8 if a la carte) and local Danish-style lager beer (Draft Denmark, ~350ml).

By getting the rice box, you can also opt for the third seasoning option: yakiniku sauce!

Fluffy and definitely filling. A little overpriced for something that you get easily sick of in 2~3 bites.

The set meal S$26.80 (U.P. S$30.70) includes:
- 4 Deli Chinese New Year Dishes: Smoked Duck with Garden Potato Salad, Black Fungus Hijiki Salad, Hot deli dish, Chicken Meatball and Bamboo Shoot Ginger Stew, Baked Salmon Vichyssoise
- Pineapple Coconut Gateau
- 1 Drink
- 16 Grain Rice
My favourite dish is definitely the chicken meatball and bamboo shoot ginger stew. The homemade chicken meatballs were tender, filled with flavour in fragrant sesame ginger soy stew. The black fungus hijiko salad was one of the crowd favourites for its crunch and sesame dressing aroma. The baked salmon vichyssoise is paired with creamy potato and leek puree and nutty pommery mustard sauce. Something that I like eating at Muji, the dishes are unique, you don't see them anywhere else 😋. .
Note: The deli dishes are also available for à la carte, starting from S$2.80. .
Where to dine?
Cafe & Meal MUJI at MUJI Flagship Store
68 Orchard Road, #01-10 to 17 Plaza Singapura, 238839

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Tried three different flavors: Mango, Blueberry Cheese, and Injeolmi. The crowd favorite was the classic Injeolmi. Swipe right to see it. ➡️➡️➡️ .

Check out the link in my bio to redeem a voucher if you want to taste some authentic korean food. 😍

From Stall 2 of Plaza Singapura’s Kopitiam is this stalls that sells really economical Indonesian BBQ stuff. Though fascinating to watch how they dip the grilled chicken legs into the tub of Kecap sauce, I still preferred to buy their Ayam Goreng Set (S$5.50) instead, which comes in the deep fried variant of the chicken leg.

The curry they use are relatively bland and mild, but turn out to be a good companion with their steamed rice. Those who like it more spicy can get their sambal chilli sauce at no extra cost.

Given the portion versus the price, I believe this will be one of the shortlisted choices when I am at the Plaza Singapura region during meal times.