1. 328 Katong Laksa Feeling for laksa lately? 328 Katong Laksa is the answer!Came here for a Brunch. I went to the one onQueensway shopping centre, it was not crowded. Food:The Laksa comes in small, medium and large. Eventhe small was a good quantity of delicious laksa, including otah, noodles andprawn.
The gravy is very flavorful. Spicy, but you can add extra chili if youwant to kick it up a notch. Cost:Cost for small Laksa was S$5 which is judicious consideringthe amounts.Service: They were very efficient and the order came outquickly.Atmosphere:This place is a typical small stall in the firstfloor of Queensway Shopping Centre. The seating is a bit cramped, and consists of little plastic stools with nobacksOverall:Come here for the Laksa, not the ambiance! ButDO give it a try! 2.
Ri ri mala xiangguo Ri Ri Hong, the one whostarted the mala ‘vibe’on Singapore , isreally in demand, It has two branches which is the People’s Park and Old AirportRoad Food Centre just to indulge the crowd. Not only reasonably priced,but they also charge in a different way than what other stalls do, which was basedon the serving portions instead of weighing. Costs from $1 up to $3 ONLY! The stall’s conception is really similar to yong tau foo whichis selecting our desired ingridients. But on Ri Ri Mala Xiang Guo, a staffmember will be there to assist you. Afterwards, you’ll get to choose the levelof spiciness you desire. Options include non spicy up to very spicy. Lastly,you can choose if you want your ma la hot pot to be a little saucier nor dry. This place is not even a minute’s walk awayfrom Chinatown MRT Station, so you can get here effortlessly.
As theenvironment is warm and poor ventilated , I recommend coming armed withtissues. They will definitely come in handy when you get all sweat up aftermunching on all that smoldering goodness. 3. Frezlink Cafeteria Handsdown to the cheapest $2 noodle on the CBD area. YES.
2 dollar, you’re right. ItServes 8 different kinds of noodles and has not raise its price until now. Ipersonally like the mee rebus and mee siam most because the sauces are thick,which is what mee siam should be like and last, it is not too sweet. The lormee is decent as well which comes with pieces of pork belly, eggs and friedwanton skin. Laksa comes in very broad gravy that’s mildly spicy. I haven’ttried the bak chor mee and wanton mee before because it’s always sold out by thetime I reach there.
It’s only$2, don’t be too picky about the taste, shall we? 4. Kweh chap 284 Bishan One of mytop list of favored place to visit whenever I went to visit my family onBishan. It took me barely 5 minutes to walk down to the hawker centre, Iusually eat this as supper.
All the intestines arecleaned by the stall owners by Chinese wine, to ensure that there is porky smell is well removed. The best part of the KwayChap? It is very smooth & melt in your mouth. Overall rating 3.5/5 5. Taste good Sim Lim Square As an Indonesian, it is a must to try the salted egg menu on TastesGood! An unknown gem located on thesecond floor of Sim Lim Square that serves economical mixed rice dishes,and the most on demand dish, the famous Salted Egg Chicken with rice. It opens I went there between 2 to 3 PM and the place was crowded byIndonesians- YES, Indonesians like salted egg dishes, this restaurant was sopopular on my country. One of our favorite places in Singapore to satisfy ourcravings for Salted Egg goodness at Taste Good The saltedegg was drenched in a creamy, flavorfulsauce, the chicken chunks were completely covered with salted egg goodnessthat’s completely distinct here.
What managed to impress further was how theywere able to stir-fry everything and let the fragrance of the chili and curryleaves shine alongside; something that some stalls couldn’t really achieve. I visited Taste Good for their highly-ranted Salted Egg Chicken withrice and as expected, I am beyond impressed. StudentRecommendations 1. Swee Choon Dim Sum A sudden crave for a good dim sum that isaffordable yet delicious? Try Swee Choon Dim Sum which is located on JalanBesar, Rochor! Opens from 11AM to 2:30PM and 6PM to 6AM, make sure you went on the correct time! I wentfor supper and had a few dishes; siewmai (2 for $2), sweet potato liu-sha balls, steam salted egg custard bun, and Shrimp Hor Fun in Creamy Egg Sauce ($6) for my main course. The foodwas not the kind that you could compare to those very “atas” dimsum placeswhich I could say most dishes was between 5 up to 7 out of 10 in taste.
But hey, it is really affordable. Last but not least, they kept develop their menu which is great! 2. Sushi Express Suddenly crave for a good plate of sushi? SushiExpress is on the go!Most sushi restaurants will have pricetheir sushi based on the variety, but on Sushi Express, they price all theirsushi dishes at $1.50++! Don’t worry, the price couldn’t doubt the freshness ofthe sushi.
After doing searchings on internet , I’ve discovered thatingredients are freshly flown in, their salmons was from the Norway. $1.50 fora good salmon air-flown from Norway? Where could you find it else where? What abargain! The Sesame salad was my favorite for starter, salmon miso andaburi salmon mentai for main and mango pudding for dessert. The Aburi SalmonMentai, one of their popular dish, always gets snapped up within seconds ofentering the belt. But hey, don’t worry, you could ask the staff to make it foryou! Want to know a fun fact? Sushi Express was foundedin Taiwan, not Japan.
Bet you didn’t know that! It has since expanded to China,Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand and America, with more than 300 outlets aroundthe world. You won’t find it in Japan, although there will likely be tons lookalikes. 3. Spize River Valley Recommended by Shanen, afashion design student from MDIS. ” Spize River Valleyopens till late, and offers everything from snacks to full carb meals, whichmakes it a great place for a late dinner or supper, especially before/after aparty at the nearby Great World City.
” said Shanen. “There’s just so many things on the menu fromRoti John and Prata, to Maggi Goreng Thai and Nasi Ayam Kunyit, through tosteaks that sometimes, it’s just hard to decide what to eat. But not for me,because I’ve got it figured out: Go for the Fried Kway Tiaw and Milo Dinosaur,that’s probably the best thing on the menu in terms of portion, taste, balance,and value. ” Shanen added. 4. Ah Chew Desserts Touted as one of the best stores forChinese desserts, Ah Chew Desserts branched on Liang Seah, which is barely aminute walk from the Bugis+ and Novena. Their specialties such as Mango sago withpomelo, steamed milk egg white , mochi made of rice ball and yam sago are verypopular amongst regulars.
But based of my point of view, Mango durian sago andmocha made of rice ball is my good-to-go dessert. For the interior of the shop,you could see Chinese traditionalpaintings spruce up the store’s walls,the décor kind of remind me of some dessert places in Hongkong. Be prepared tohold up for a seat as the queue is usually at least a half an hour’s wait.
“Come earlyif you want to avoid the crowds as it usually starts filling up at around7.15pm.” Huiyin S stated. 5. I’m KIM Buffet Big fans of Korean culturewill be very familiar with this buffet-style restaurant. Its prices are a huge reason I’m Kim Korean BBQ s a big hitwith students, the School of Arts students ,which is located a few minutesaway.
Not only the acceptable price, the environment was filled with vibrantK-pop culture, and sports big TV screens playing the hippest and newest Koreanpop artiste performances. “Wide variety of meat and ready to eat meals for example myfavorite japchae and tteobokki. Staffs are friendly, they clear usedplates and change the grill once they saw our grill got a little burnt..
Agreat place for a sudden crave of Korean bbq’s! ” – Shanen, a fashion student from MDIS “The carbonara is a must ! My first time here and will be backsoon! The soup was so flavorful! . Alsofor location, it is very convenient. I could go shopping after eating here. Nottoo expensive as I could waste barely $16 for only a good plate of meat onother Korean bbq restaurants.
Perfectfor gathering! – said Icil, an accounting student from MDIS