Singapore Food (Clarke Quay / Chinatown)
Tae Woo Korean Restaurant – Clarke Quay (The Central) APRIL 1, 2015 Tae Woo, a hidden gem at The Central has my vote for the best Jajangmyeong in Singapore. This is a must try for all Jajangmyeon lover.
Ri Ri Hong Mala Hot Pot – Chinatown (People’s Park Food Centre) AUGUST 4, 2014 日日红麻辣香锅 is one of the first hawker stall selling China’s highly popular Mala Hot Pot. They are famous for their affordability and great taste. This wok-fried will definitely be a favorite for spicy food lovers.
Beer Market – Clarke Quay (River Valley Road): APRIL 20, 2014 A bar at Clarke Quay that changes their beer price every 30 minutes. The less popular the brew, the cheaper the price, in accordance to their Beer Market’s BMX (Beer Market Exchange).
Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen – Clarke Quay (Liang Court): DECEMBER 9, 2013 The ramen restaurant that offers a fresh dining concept which ramen broth is poured into hot stone bowl and watch the ramen “erupt” and sizzles. Marutama Ramen – Clarke Quay (The Central): OCTOBER 6, 2013 One of the dining gems in The Central that offers one of the best ramen onsen egg and a refreshing hakata style chicken broth ramen.
Frenzlink Cafeteria – Clarke Quay (South Bridge Road): October 1, 2013 An old school coffee shop in CBD area that sells noodles like Wanton Noodle, Mee Rebus, Laksa and Lor Mee at a mere $2.00.
Good Morning Nanyang Cafe – Chinatown (Upper Pickering Street): SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 Classified by Times as the world best 24 kept secret, this little cafe offers a twist from the ordinary kaya toast – the famous ciabatta kaya toast L’Atelier Tiramisu – Clarke Quay (The Central): SEPTEMBER 7, 2013 The Tiramisu Workshop, offers nothing but quality Tiramisu and offers various flavours such as Classic, Pandan, Lychee, Dark Cherry and Matcha flavour.