Top 10 in Toa Payoh

Top 10 places in Toa Payoh, Singapore.

Latest Reviews in Toa Payoh

Latest reviews of food and restaurants in Toa Payoh, Singapore.

Served in a claypot, the piping hot Steamed Fish Head 鈥淣onya鈥 Style - It features red snapper fish marinated in a sour-spicy curry gravy, accompanied with ladyfingers and tomatoes.

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Whenever I see those big brands like SaladStop, Omnivore and The Daily Cut in the town area, I wonder when such meal concepts will be brought to the heartlands. Pardon my ignorance, but there was actually one of such in the Toa Payoh neighbourhood that was already 1 year old!

Even though they have some preset salad bowls available here, I still went ahead to order a Build Your Own Salad Bowl (from S$7.90), which comes with one base (carbs), two crunches (fruits, veggies, roots or fungi), one healthy fat (dried fruits or seeds), one protein, one dressing and a romaine lettuce bowl. The serving portion was quite substantial as a meal (especially dinner!) and the price was very appealing, so yes, I enjoyed it to the last bite.

$4 for this simple looking salted duck rice. Meat is very tender. Most of the saltiness is on the skin. Add some chilli to really enjoy it.

The ice was coarse and gula melaka lacking. It's not bad but not worth travelling to Toa Payoh specially for it. Together with the Malay Noodles, this rounds up an unsatisfying lunch on a Sunday afternoon. - 馃懘馃徎 #burpple

By far the best fish soup noodles! Definitely the aunty & uncle selling this have a secret recipe in this soup. Pretty sure it doesn't contain MSG (not salty yeah?)

Price: $4.50

Wait time : 10 mins

Located same place as Man鈥檚 Kitchen & Waker Chicken. Many reviews of Bangkok D.K Thai Food are posted. This plate cost $5.50, deep fried crispy chicken cover with red wine sauce, slightly sour sweet. Totally goes with the long grain rice.

Huge portion of beehoon & extremely huge and fresh prawns and a generous amount of La La.

Delicious & worth every penny.
$15 feeds 2-3 person.

Clearly, I didn't get the memo and got a dish of Malay Noodles which was at best, decent. Actually, I don't enjoy sour foods so Penang Laksa is out of the question whereas CKT to me is... there's so much you can expect from it. Probably a decent place to get a quick Penang Food fix if you don't mind the rude staff. - 馃懘馃徎 #burpple

The recent rainy weather made this hot bowl of noodle soup very appealing amidst the crazy variety of food offered here.
What intrigued me most was the choice of 鍒鍓婇潰锛坙iterally translated as Knife-shaved noodles) but those were unfortunately too soft for my liking. You can definitely see it is homemade though, with the uneven sizes and lengths of the noodles, which I found interesting. Soup-wise, it reminded me of a very, very mild version of mala xiang guo, with the appearance of peanuts, pickles and the standard greens of coriander and spring onions. It wasn't spicy at all, and I detected a hint of mutton taste (the stall is famous for their mutton offerings after all). I did enjoy the very tender chunks of beef, as well as the really soft tendon pieces which literally melted in my mouth.
Overall, I say give this bowl of noodles a miss and go for their interesting sides instead. Their tripe, as was very well done- not too chewy and flavourful, as was the pig's ear (good crunch) though their woodear mushrooms weren't quite as nice. If not for my noodles, I would definitely have chosen their mantou or 鑺卞嵎 steaming in the huge basket at the back for my choice of carbs to pair the sides!

Stall Name: Master Shifu

$57.80 for steamed lime fish, prawn tanghoon, tomyum soup,prawn cakes, milk tea x 2 , pork fried rice , kangkong!

Salmon Mentai Don ($8.80) - The Japanese rice was drizzled with teriyaki sauce, and a huge slice of salmon sat on top of the rice with a crown of mentaiko.

Mee kia! 馃檵馃徎
Not really a fan of noodles but I do enjoy hawker centre foods. This meatball mee kia was flavourful and the noodles gave me a good slurp! I requested for 'a little bit spicy' but that 'little bit' was already 'too spicy' for me! HAHA.