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Top 10 in Telok Blangah

Top 10 places in Telok Blangah, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Telok Blangah

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Telok Blangah, Singapore.

Every piece of luscious fish slice adorning this bowl apparently is air flown 4x a week from Japan’s Tsukiji market - tuna, salmon, tai (sea bream) etc. Certainly makes for a pampered Chirashi experience, though perhaps better could be found for the price point.
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Still, the unpretentious traditional Japanese restaurant setting makes you feel as if you’re in Japan almost immediately, if not for the Keppel Bay views by the windows.
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Interesting flavour that complemented well, and the rice was fragrantly marinated with herbs! Well done, will be back! Also really loved the ambience and interior deco of the cafe - a lot of vintage paraphernalia plastered on the walls and displayed on shelves inside the cafe. Worth a visit for collectors!

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Another interesting side to Fei Lou. They sell this chicken but not chicken rice. It's on the raw side so might not be to everyone's liking.

The Soya Sauce Chicken Rice.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/uncle-lees-hong-kong-noodle-rice/

Something only sold by Cantonese. Quite generous with the cuttlefish and very fresh fish, although the latter had lots of tiny bones. Sprinkled crisps provided a great contrast.

Was yummy! Not overly sweet and well balanced with the tartness of the fruits

Dusk is a place to dine at with fantastic views!

The sous vide beef was seasoned really well, but my only complain would be that it was slightly chewy and was served slightly cold.

Lychee martini: was great! It was served with smoke emitting from the drink due to nitrogen so that added to the fun factor too

Kaya Thick Toast ($1.20) from 1970's Best Coffee 七十年代 (#01-10). Kaya is pretty watery & bread is nothing special. Wouldn't recommend.

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(Not to be confused with the master prata at Alexandra) Great crispy prata, almost as good as the Upper Thomson one! Order the plain for the most crispy version! Apparently they are originally from Jalan Kayu.

The fishball noodles that you get from this stall is old-school style. There are no fanciful ingredients and nothing to shout about. But it is a decent bowl of fishball noodles which when mixed with the sauces taste so good. Also, the fishballs are handmade, not factory made, are of different sizes, fresh springy and bouncy. The other plus point is that the owner is so generous with the amount of noodles!

Read more: http://foodiefc.blogspot.com/2018/10/song-heng-fishball-noodles-telok.html