Singapore Food (Serangoon / Hougang)

Nunsongyee, the Korean Dessert Cafe – Serangoon (Burghley Drive) JANUARY 27, 2015 A Korean Dessert Cafe opened by a true blue Korean. Despite it’s location, it’s still very popular among diners who go there for their authentic Bingsu dessert. Another of my favourite is their Toasted Butter Honey Toast.

Bee Kee’s Truffle Oil Wanton Noodle – Serangoon Road (Lor Lew Lian) JULY 31, 2014 A newly opened coffee shop stall that sells Wanton Noodle. The thin and springy noodle reminds me of those that are found in Johor Bahru. Love their flame-torched Char Siew and if you feeling a little richer, ask Bee Kee about their off-menu Truffle Oil Wanton Noodle.

Lola’s Cafe – Kovan (Simon Road) JULY 1, 2014 It’s a rare sight to see brunch place popping up at the Kovan area. Since Lola’s opening, it had been really well-received and it’s always full house during meal hours. Their Fried Paprika Honey Wings are highly recommend by follow Singaporeans.

Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe – Kovan (Hougang St 21) June 17, 2014 One of the recent hipster cafes that is literally next door of a well-known Thai Food Nakhon Kitchen. The best sellers are the Pandan Ice Cream with Waffle drizzled with Gula Melaka Sauce and Vanilla Ice Cream with Waffle drizzled in Salted Caramel Sauce. Don’t judge this small and cosy cafe by it’s cover. You will be in for a surprise.

Oblong Ice Cream and Waffle – Serangoon Garden (Maju Ave) June 7, 2014 Well-known for it’s Red Velvet Waffle with Ice Cream. It only cost S$10.00 with a hand-crafted coffee of your choice. Definitely one of the most ideal chill-out place at the Hougang vacinity.

Yi Dian Xin – Kovan (Upper Serangoon Road) JUNE 5, 2014 A very value-for-money Dim Sum stall hidden in a coffee shop among the row of shop houses along Upper Serangoon Road. I like Yi Dian Xin for two Dim Sum items, their molten custard bun (Liu Sha Bao), at only $3.30, and their old-school style Steamed Carrot Cake that is full of shredded radish.

Hainanese Village Food Centre – Kovan (Hougang Ave 1) October 29, 2013 From the piping hot steamed kaya bread from Ah Zhong Coffee, old school fried carrot cake sticks, the famous Lorong Ah Soon Lor Mee  and Yi Liu Xiang Nasi Lemak, you name it, they got it.

Ice Edge – Kovan (2 Kovan Road Simon Plaza): September 25, 2013 Freshly toasted Belgium Waffles with an extensive range of Ice-Cream / Sorbet are the main selling point of this cafe.

Baker Talent – Serangoon (Serangoon Central): SEPTEMBER 8, 2013 Best known for selling quality bread at very reasonable price. Baker Talent’s golden custard bun only cost $0.90 each and Polo Char Siew Bao at only S$0.95.

Nakhon Kitchen – Kovan (Hougang Street 21):  August 26, 2013 An economical-priced Thai eatery hidden among the Kovan heartland that is very well know for it’s Pandan Chicken.

 

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