99 Food Bazaar is a new eatery which has just opened for business at the Lifelong Learning Institute. It offers Penang style Nasi Kandar and Bamboo Biryani.Continue reading →
“Ole Ole” is a chant being heard often in England now that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revived the fortunes of Manchester United football club. In sunny Singapore, since our national sport is said to be eating, “Ondeh Ondeh, Nyonya Kueh Boleh” could well be our version of the “ole chant”. If Oleh Oleh Parkway Parkway starts using that as its slogan, we will be asking for royalty. We will happily accept payment in ondeh ondeh.Continue reading →
On the fringe of Orchard Road, Killiney Road is a narrow road which is colourful and busy. To a large extent, it is busy because of Singaporeans’ twin obsessions – mobile phones and food. The car park entrance to Singtel Shop Comcentre is at Killiney Road and many interesting restaurants and cafes are located in the shophouses along the road. The famous Killiney Kopitiam is at shophouse No. 67. Right next to it is Warung M Nasir, one of the best places in the city to enjoy a tantalising collection of authentic Padang-style dishes.
Dancing Fish Signature is a new restaurant that recently opened at level 4 of Tang’s Department Store at Orchard Road. It replaces the Dulukaka restaurant that was there previously. Before Dulukala, the space was occupied by the Tang’s Cafe. According to their Facebook page, Dancing Fish is an “award-winning Malay-Indo restaurant in Kuala Lumpur that is listed in CNN Travel 2017’s ‘Top 20 Restaurants’. We were looking out for a place to go and decided to dig into some dancing fish.
Laksaamana started life as a pop-up store inside a print shop in Solaris Dutamas in Kuala Lumpur. It quickly gained a loyal following. There are now several outlets in Malaysia offering Laksaamana’s versions of Malaysian Curry Laksa, Assam Laksa & Prawn Mee. It also has food truck and catering business. The distinctive taste of LaksaaMana’s offerings can now be experienced in Singapore – in the 百年 Bai Nian Food Court at Chai Chee.