We decided to have a quiet Monday night dinner at a top Chinese restaurant in Singapore, Wah Lok at Carlton Hotel. It is a popular restaurant at lunch when dim sum is served, especially on weekends. Dinner time is quieter, especially on a Monday night.
YY Kafei Dian is an old school Hainanese coffeeshop given a bit of a modern spruce up. It sells Hainanese chicken rice and good old coffee shop food at, though not quite good old prices, very reasonable prices.
With curbs on self-service buffets in Singapore, restaurants are turning to a la carte buffets to satisfy Singaporeans’ craving for the all you can eat deals. Tung Lok Seafood a la carte buffets are value for money deals for lunch or dinner.
Ah Orh Seafood Restaurant (亚乌海鲜楼) has a history that goes back 100 years. It is possibly Singapore’s oldest Teochew restaurant. Like many people who like Teochew food, we have known of Ah Orh Teochew restaurant at Jalan Bukit Merah (formerly at Ellenborough Market) for a long time. But did not realise it goes back 100 years!
Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant at Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy has just recently reopened, having been closed since the start of the circuit breaker. It is offering attractively priced set meals. Delivery and takeaway options are now available.