Alwadi at Geylang Serai

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Alwadi at Geylang Serai

Geylang Serai is one of the best places to eat tasty Malay food. There are so many restaurants and food vendors there. You know a place serves authentic and delicious local food when you see it is full of locals enjoying their food. Alwadi is such a place. It is open round the clock and it always seem to be bustling with activities. It is a little food court in a coffeeshop with a good range of Malay and Indian Muslim food, and also where you can get the famous Haig Road Putu Piring. Continue reading →

Breakfast at My Briyani House, Marine Cove

My Briyani House, Marine Cove

My Briyani House at Marine Cove

My Briyani House is an Indian restaurant operated by Mr Teh Tarik Group. It serves a wide range of traditional Indian dishes as well as the iconic teh tarik and other drinks. My Briyani House at Marine Cove is a nice place for breakfast after morning exercise or while the kids are having fun at the playground.

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Chillas Indian Restaurant in Fusionopolis, One North

Chillas Restaurant is an Indian restaurant located on the second level of the Galaxis building in Fusionopolis, One North, Singapore. They serve traditional Indian cuisine in a large modern space facing the food court and the Yunnan Garden Chinese restaurant. We had a light lunch there recently.

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Good Food at Geylang Serai Market & Food Centre

Pasar Geylang Serai

Pasar Geylang Serai

The mention of Geylang Serai inadvertently brings to mind the one word which most Singaporeans, regardless of race language or religion, would know – Sedap! Geylang Serai has the reputation for being the Malay emporium of Singapore and Geylang Serai food is almost synonymous with good authentic Malay food. There may be no better place to find a wide variety of value-for-money delicious Malay food and snacks than Pasar Geylang Serai or Geylang Serai Market.
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Song of India Buffet – One Star Michelin meal for $29.90

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Song of India is an Indian restaurant housed in one of the black and white bungalows along Scotts Road. Recently awarded one star by Michelin Guide Singapore 2016, they have a wallet-friendly $29.90 weekday lunch buffet which tempted us to go try this restaurant. We realised when we arrived that there was an even better deal for Maybank credit card holders. Alas, none of us has that card.  But still, a $29.90 lunch in a posh one-star Michelin restaurant in upmarket Scotts Road sounds like quite a decent deal.

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Our first Foodpanda delivery experience

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Dining in is the new dining out. Call us cyber-dinosaurs or worse, ‘swa koo‘, but we are usually the slowest to embrace new technology amongst our friends. Until now, we have not tried any of the new restaurant food delivery systems (our only online experience had been McDonalds’ Delivery). Two things prompted us to try out the Foodpanda delivery service. First, out of sheer curiosity as we see so many couriers on motorbikes zipping around us with food bag packs. Second – sheer laziness.  It was approaching 6 pm evening. There is no food at home, but we are lazy to change to go out.  So we decided to let the fingers do the cooking.

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