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Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh @ Fusionopolis

It started when I read much reviews about Rong Hua Bak Kut Teh on Hungrygowhere website, so I agreed to check it out one Saturday evening. Bak Kut Teh has always been one of my favourite delicacies. Located on the 2nd storey of Fusionopolis, Rong Hua BKT started by a group of business partners who love to eat Bak Kut Teh. They don’t have long history like other BKT brands …

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I AM Cafe @ Haji Lane

I love Haji lane. This pre-war shophouses have their charm with a unique mix of tenants in the alley. One of them is I AM cafe. Located at the junction of North Bridge Road and Haji Lane, this cafe is inspired by the city of Amsterdam (as you can see from the bike). Owned by 3 Muslim friends, all preparation and ingredients are done in accordance to the Islamic way …

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Two Wings @ Bukit Merah – One Just Isn’t Enough!

Two Wings is the talk of the town. Owner Jeremy learnt to fry chicken wings from his granduncle who used to own a stall in Toa Payoh Lorong 5. After getting the recipe from his granduncle, he started selling the wings in a humble canteen stall at Kallang. That was his training ground for a good 6 months. He learnt the techniques, and fine tuned it further to cater to …

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Hong Chang Eating House – BBQ Stingray and Frog Porridge For Supper

Located along Braddell Road, Hong Chang Eating House serves prata in the morning, economic rice in the afternoon and BBQ seafood and frog porridge for dinner. After working late night, my friends brought me to Hong Chang Eating House for supper. When I shared it with a friend, she said,”Don’t post about this place on your blog! Else later so crowded I cannot get a seat anymore.” Come on, I …

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China Whampoa Home Made Noodle – Very Shiok Dry Ban Mian with Chilli!

After 3 long months of renovation, Whampoa Market finally reopens. Unfortunately, I can no longer find the famous carrot cake which everyone was raving about. However, I finally got to try China Whampoa Home Made Noodle! We waited about 20 mins on a Saturday lunch. Not too bad actually, considering that some of my friends had waited about 1 hour previously. They make their noodles in small batches within the …

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