Food Hunt in Singapore


There is always a saying,when we are still living in the  world,always make sure to live life to the fullest and enjoy every moments.I am the person who enjoy food,I will take pictures whenever I visited a restaurant .This is a long post with a lot of pictures where I try each and every corner of the place I visited in Singapore,such as the Arc,Orchard Road,Little India and many more places too mention.
This is a suitable post fo you if you really like FOOD.......
Ways to eat like a local?
People who wants to try food after a day wandering around Vivo City,Bugis and so on.....Then this is a post suitable for you.

I will start off by introducing the very first place which is ION Orchard,one of  my favourite hang out place during the weekends.

Ion Orchard

The famous Ah Yat Abalone Baked Rice  served with abalone ,chicken and mushroom.recommended for baked rice lovers,less than SGD 10 ,approximately to be 8.80 this one
The set is also presented with a jelly  as a desert and comes with a chicken soup.




one of the stall in Tang's Market in Orchard Road
'chee kueh' from one of the stalls

















After having chee kueh ,and want something western for dinner?head on to 313@Somerset


spaghetti,with chicken breast and bacon from Hot Tomato Cafe & Grill Restaurants


HP Technopark,Alexandra Road
A quick place for working patrons around HP centre to grab a quick lunch
korean food,with an enormous amount of veges



healthy brown rice at a salad stall

chicken rice


or even quench thirst here?

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Nam Nam noodle bar, Suntec City or Orchard Road
A vietnamese restaurant that serves pho and other vietnamese cuisine 

Check out their baguette too!Here

Clementi Food court




Famous satay from a satay stall,10 cucuk for 4 dollars


Little India, Komala Villas Restaurant
Fancy of an indian cuisine?Hop on to the MRT and go looking for this place.An Indian restaurant that serves vegetarian food.Suitable for people who is searching for vegetarian food.Looking for chapati or rice set?Then this one suits you.
plain dosai


the menu



Location: Komala’s Restaurant (Little India)

328- 332 Serangoon Road,
Singapore 218113
Tips:To get to Little India,just take Little India MRT station and exit from the MRT station.Walk across the road to get to Komala Vilas vegetarian restaurant

 
D Good Cafe,Holland Village
A good place for a small discussion and a coffee drink.





 The Arc,Alexandra Road
Food options are a variety here,from Curry Times and old Chang Kee,to Porn's Thai food, will be a place to eat for working patrons around PSA building and UOB.

vietnamese cuisine from Sugar N Spice


one of my favourite place for a quick lunch ,Umi Sushi,which consists of a salmon and chicken teriyaki

>Curry Times and old Chang Kee,The ARC

flavourful curry with a bowl of rice that ease hunger


>Saravanaa Bhavan


A place for indian cuisine

lunch set,comes with rice at an indian restaurant just opposite Watsons store



Location:#01-02

Porn's Thai food,The Arc
A restaurant owned by local celebrity ,Pornsak
green curry ,comes with a bowl of rice,and thai ice tea

glass noodles

 Bugis,Princess Street

One of top spot for tourists to shop for clothes and to discover more food options here






and a drink to quench thirst on a hot sunny day?

osaka osho gyoza and nabeyaki ramen,Bugis
Hungry ?One can easily find this place once they get off the MRT station




ramen served with gyoza(pork fillings),will be a good option on a rainy day



Buona Vista food court
chicken and salmon rice set,at food court,around SGD 8-10
Itacho sushi @ buona Vista
Not hungry,want something light for dinner,head on to this place.Located at ground floor,this place is a little bit crowded at night times.Why I say so?
Look at this picture


  


salmon  head



this plate costs around SGD 12


apparently what I've ordered from this menu



 Hungry Go Where,One North
a quick place for brunch especially for coffee drinkers and sandwich lovers




 Timbre+
The eatery that supplies tray area and owns an order machine system,convenient for smart ,tech savvy person like me.
chicken breast from Garcon


during a lunch hour on a busy weekday

the machine to place the order in Garcon

insert cash and pay,it will return balance to you,
after eating,remember to return your plates to the tray place and 1 dollar will be returned
Attap house ,One north 
Suitable for a lunch or dinner,they do offer some set menu
fried rice with dry sauce chicken

Harbourfront,open air food stall

a sparkling drink,made of sprite and a dash of milo powder on top,named 'spider something'...,can't remember of this full name

duck rice from a stall selling duck rice,SGD 3,it is served with flavourful sambal
Apparently there is two food courts here.one in ground level and another in level 3.
VivoCity, Food Republic food court,Level3
flavourful hokkien mee,

A queue spotted at this stall,famous hokkien noodles
The uncle in the hat is the chef ,deliberately


I love the environment as it gives a classic old times while dining here

London duck

wantan noodle,served with crispy pork belly and roasted barbeque pork,nice and crispy pork.

Vivocity Kopitiam food court,ground level
fish meehoon soup
Apparently,the texture of the meehoon is thick as shown in picture.Most people will find that most of the shops will serve this type of noodle.
Mak's Noodle









chewy texture upon first bite for the noodle
wantan consists of prawn and also pork fillings

Location:Vivocity, 1 Harbourfront Walk #B2-27 & 27A


Barcook Bakery,Clark Quay
Barcook bakery that offers a variety of buns


salted egg bread and also a cup of kopi C

For your information Bar Cook bakery has  opened many locations around Singapore
Question:How to taste the bread like a pro foodie?
Answer: gently,press the bread, and you found that the salted egg filling will actually ooze out 

That's the end of the food hunt in Singapore after two months of a stay there.Missing these good food  after returning to Kuala Lumpur



Comments

  1. wow, you certainly explored a lot! my favourite from your list might be the harbourfront - the duck rice looks tasty, and the milo-sprite drink sounds really cool!

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    1. yup yup,during my business trip there...street food offers more flavourful and nice food

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