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Top 10 in Rochor

Top 10 places in Rochor, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Rochor

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Rochor, Singapore.

The soy milk from rocher beancurd is really different from anywhere else, as the soybeans used are really of a different standard! A great drink to have while walking around the bugis area :)

Overall, I felt this was an alright pass at Thai Beef Noodles boat noodle style. The soup was very rich, thick and satisfying but had an acidic aftertaste, which isn't bad to be because I like sour-y foods. The noodles were chewy with a nice bite. But I did have issue with the beef. I felt the quality and portion of the beef was "meh" - didn't feel fresh and tasty to me.

This bowl costs $5.50.

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From Zazz Pizza, a new restaurant situated at Dwell Selegie Student Hostel along Short Street opposite WilkieEdge. Tried their wood fired pizza, which comes in 12 inch sizes if ordered ala-carte or 9 inch if opting for the set lunch deals. The Margherita featured here is of the ala-carte portion, coming with basil, mozzarella and tomatoes — one of the vegetarian options available. Liked how the basil carries an aroma that cuts through the tangy tomato puree and stringy, melted mozzarella; the pizza dough is decently crusted on the edges without being too thick, though the thinner centre does turn soggy from soaking up the moisture of the condiments at the bottom — something which could be improved upon.

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Food was decent but ambience was perfect for catchup with friends.

Best comfort food, especially on a cold rainy day. The best part of the dish is the tomyum soup - it is a mildly thick, flavorful broth with a spicy kick. The flavor is reminiscent of Mama noodles from Thailand, but alot more punchy and shiok. Pair that with wavy instant noodles, that are similar also to Mama noodles and you have an awesome hearty bowl with seafood ingredients like prawns, squid and sliced fish. This costs $6.40.

The cooks run a very tight ship here. The auntie will scold you if you take too long to order or if you are distracted, so prepare before hand!

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A typical fried beehoon from local coffee shop.
Added fried egg, small fish cake and ngoh hiang.
($2.80)

Simple meal to begin the day.

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So good ! It’s like candy floss for adults - packed with crunchy candy floss within a smooth pandan skin roll. Once you start, you can’t stop. ☺️

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Features a cream base pasta cooked with tuna chunks, and tossed in lemon juice, anchovy bits and capers, before garnishing with chilli flakes, cherry tomatoes and wild rockets. Cooked al-dente, the pasta noodles boost a firmer, drier texture, while the generous addition of tuna chunks embedded within and rediscovered in every bite was a delight to the tastebuds and fared well as a refreshing combination. Its so light on the tummy and I felt like ordering one more but restricted myself from doing that 😅 ($14.50).

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Classic sweet dark sauce fried noodles.
Added fried egg, small fish cake and tau kwa.
($2.80)

Simple meal to begin the day.

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Was looking for a place to chill and catch up, so we needed a cafe that's not crazy noisy. Found this cafe along Wilkie Road that's bright and spacious, with lots of natural light coming from the windows. Definitely somewhere I'll come again when I needed to have conversations with a friend.
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My eggs benedict on hash brown came sitting on this bed of crispy thin potato strips, goes well when mixed with the runny poached eggs in hollandaise sauce.
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And of course when lunching with Gail, we also wanted an instagrammable spot suitable for ootds. The bright airy space with natural lights from the window is perfect for this.

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Another classic rendition of Dumplings Noodles at $3.50.
Teh C $1.20

Tasty and satisfying.

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