In just a blink of an eye, it is already the month of August! As you know, Singapore’s food scene is ever-changing and we’ve decided to come up with an updated list of food places to visit! So… to all of you foodies who are always on the hunt for food places, we hope that you’ll find this guide useful :)
We know that there are many versions of these sweet decadent milkshakes available in Singapore, but put your other choices aside for now because Patissez, the original creator of their Freakshakes is now open in Singapore!
It’s always fun to treat yourself to some massive sugar rush with monster milk shakes. So, the next time you’re craving for something sweet or you’re trying to max out your calories on a cheat day, you know where to go ;)
You can’t get anything better than an all-day brunch and mains along with freakshakes, and you can get all of them at Patissez!
(For more info, http://www.misstamchiak.com/patissez-singapore/ )
To all Ah Kow Bak Chor Mee fans, rejoice!
Their 4th son, Jon Cher has recently opened a stall in Bukit Batok. You can now get your craving fixed at more than one place now (waiting time is approximately 30mins for the Hong Lim Food Centre Outlet during lunch hours).
And to those who have not tried their bak chor mee before, you have earned yourself one new addition to your list of bak chor mee stalls in Singapore!
If you don’t feel like having bak chor mee, and instead crave for something soup-based, you can also try their Teochew dumpling soup.
(For more info, http://www.misstamchiak.com/ah-kow-mushroom-minced-pork-mee/)
3. Fish & Chicks
The salted egg yolk craze is definitely not new to Singaporeans (unless you’ve been living under a rock) – we have salted egg croissants, waffles, fries, chicken and even prata!
Fish & Chicks has recently opened a new store at Cineleisure’s Koufu, so if you’re around the area, why not give it a try?
They have a rather efficient collection system where you’ll be notified when your food is ready through a sms sent to your phone. No more standing around and walking back and forth while waiting for your piping hot fish & chips!
(For more info, http://explodingbelly.com/2016/04/17/fish-and-chicks/)
4. Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle
You might have already heard! Located at Smith Street Food Centre, Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle was one of the few stores to be awarded 1 Michelin star! And it just gets better- just $2 for a Michelin star meal. What are you waiting for?!
(For more information, http://eatbook.sg/soya-sauce-chicken/ )
5. The Skewer Bar
Fancy a night out with your friends but not at your typical restaurants/cafes?
Try out The Skewer Bar located in Geylang. Variety of skewers include bacon wrapped cherry tomatoes skewers, prawn, mushrooms and many more.
They also serve non-skewer dishes such as sweet potato chips, oysters and grilled seabass with signature chilli sauce. Who doesn’t love oysters or grilled seafood? Just the thought of it would make anyone salivate.
(For more info, http://eatbook.sg/skewer-bar-review/)
6. Pince & Pints
National Day is right up next month and Pince & Pints has created a special menu which will only be available from 1 August & 30 September!
If you’re a fan of lobsters and local delicacies, you would want to get your tummies filled with these! For all the Laksa lovers out there, you’ve got to try this! You get the best of both worlds- juicy lobster meat and laksa noodles (that will leave you hoping for more each visit).
(For more info, http://explodingbelly.com/2016/07/24/pince-and-pints-new/)
7. Chong Wen Ge Café
If you happen to be in the area, tucked away at a quiet spot in Telok Ayer, Chong Wen Ge Café is a great place for you to escape the CBD buzz while slurping on flavourful laksa noodles.
Their nonya kuehs are only priced at $1.50 each! Pretty reasonably priced I would say for a café.
Oh, and don’t forget to take your OOTDs along the pastel blue corridor!
(For more info, http://eatbook.sg/chong-wen-ge/ )
8. Mitsuba Japanese Restaurant
To all Japanese food lovers out there, you can find a ’17 ingredients plus appetizer, miso soup and fruit’ Jyo Chirashi at Mitsuba Japanese Restaurant. It’s basically a whole chirashi bowl with 17 ingredients in it!
Apart from Jyo Chirashi, you can also feast on their buffet courses. It is said that they are usually full house especially on weekends, so remember to make a reservation if you’re heading down.
(For more info, http://thefoodchapter.blogspot.sg/2016/07/mitsuba-revisited-central.html )
We’re definitely not sorry for making you feel a little too hungry after reading this post! Put aside your diet plans for now, because it will be so worth it!
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