I can still remember when me and Sharlyne went to Singapore and ate food there like a local. Yes, we can eat Singaporean food all-day long. When FoodTrippings got invited to try this out, of course I was excited because I love Singaporean food. If you remember the Orchard Road restaurant in SM Megamall, that’s where the My Singapore Food Street stands now. It’s not connected to the Orchard Road restaurant that used to be there. Singapore Food Street is owned by the Lhulliers. Read more »
I only knew Manang’s Chicken when it was still starting at the Mercato weekend food market (I think they still do sell in Mercato) then I didn’t get surprised when I saw Manang’s Chicken restaurants sprouted outside Mercato especially in leading food courts inside malls. They were a hit in Mercato and they were a hit too when they explored outside the weekend market.
Although their brand name mentions chicken, they also serve non-chicken items. We decided to choose the Garlic Pork Rice Meal for a change. There was a set meal for 2 which has chips and dip and side dishes to choose from. Perfect for person who wants to eat fast food and who has a big appetite. Read more »
For this love month, Brothers Burger has introduced their latest designer burger which is only available until March 8. It’s the Red Bun Angus Burger. It’s a half-pound black angus beef patty (flame-grilled, and medium-rare) with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, catsup and mayonnaise. Instead of using the regular bun, they opted to have a red bun that is not made of food coloring, but from cranberries. Each order of the Red Bun Angus Burger comes with some criss-cut fries. Read more »
It was my first time to visit JCo Donuts and Coffee in Eastwood to attend a media launch and I was glad to know that this particular branch is big! I actually like how spacious it is. Another good thing about this branch is that it’s open 24 hours! Read more »
Thanks to Anthony Bourdain’s new show “The Layover” when he featured Singapore a few months back, my nerve wracking craving for Singapore food became alive and most especially when Karla said that she’ll be going to Singapore on November for a conference. I, of course, begged to come with her. Well, it was our 5th anniversary anyway. Well, going back to Bourdain’s Layover, he featured Tiong Bahru Market – one of the popular hawker centers in Singapore because of great foodie finds.
On our last day in Singapore, we decided to have brunch here. This is only 1 bus ride from Bencoolen (where our hotel is). It was a Sunday morning and we arrived at around 10 am. We went upstairs where the food court is and already saw a lot of people. I read in some blogs that it is preferred that you go there earlier rather than the usual lunch time (12:00 noon to 2:00 pm) because it’s difficult to get a table and of course the long queues. Read more »