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Meet & Melt Ferrero Rocher Toast
As big exploring foodies, once in awhile we will encounter an absolute gem that is hidden somewhere in one corner of Singapore. Meet & Melt is not your usual regular hipster ice cream cafe joint opened by a couple of bored rich investors. This is a family run mom-and-pop store located […]

Meet & Melt – The Most Delicious Dessert in Singapore




Rahmath Cheese Prata Mushroom-Cheese-Egg Prata
Rahmath Cheese Prata is a little prata shop hidden away in the little-known nondescript hawker centre in Toa Payoh. This is a hawker centre where you can find plenty of empty seats on a weekend morning. However, this prata shop’s awards are anything but nondescript. They have Makansutra’s coveted five-chopsticks […]

Rahmath Cheese Prata – Best Egg Prata


Boon Tong Kee Overview
Which stall has the best chicken rice in Singapore? Listing the famous chicken rice stalls in Singapore, we have Tian Tian, Wee Nam Kee, Hua Kee and Five Star, amongst many others. Each famous chicken rice stall has its own unique strengths. Yes, if you try them all, you will find that […]

Boon Tong Kee – Best Chicken Rice in Singapore?


Al Forno Spaghetti Montagna
I love Italian pasta. Cream-based pasta, in particular the spaghetti carbonara, is one of my all-time favourite foods. I started off eating spaghetti bolognese at Jack’s Place when I was kid (wasn’t the nicest). My life was changed forever during my teenage years when a nondescript bar in Siglap had […]

Al Forno (East Coast) Italian Restaurant



Lim Chee Guan Bak Kwa
Bak kwa is the sinful, delicious dried barbecued pork that Nanyang Chinese will consume without fail during Chinese New Year. Originating from the Fujian province in China, the first bak kwa shop in Singapore, Kim Hock Guan, set up its first outlet in 1905. The local version differs from its Fujian […]

Lim Chee Guan 林志源 – Bak Kwa





Mak An Kee wanton noodles
Noodle Wars Which is the best noodles in Hong Kong? Reading about the different ‘Mak’s’ noodle shops in Hong Kong seems a bit like a soap opera. First we have the original Mak’s Noodles along Wellington St opened by the founder Mak Woon-chi and now run by his second son. […]

Mak An Kee Noodles 麥奀記 (忠記) 麵家