When you are at a place named Kueh & Mee, what else can you eat other than kueh & mee? So when we were at Kueh & Mee All Day Kafe at Republic Plaza, we had Indonesian kuehs and mee siam; as well as coffee and toast (which is the name of another eatery in Raffles Link actually).
Albert Centre Market & Food Centre is at 270 Queen Street but it obviously takes its name from Albert Street, which was named in the 1800s in honour of Prince Albert, the consort of Queen Victoria of England. There is nothing regal about Albert Centre today but Albert Food Centre is a great place in the city to eat like a true blue Singaporean.
We think that Bok’s Kitchen by Hidden Chefs in Boon Lay would be a good location for the next ministerial announcement on the COVID situation. Yes, we are interested in the infection rates and preventive measures. But what we really want to hear is that “Everything’s Gonna Be OK”. This wall at the BOK restaurant will serve as the perfect backdrop.
Lai Heng Teochew Kueh 莱兴手工潮州粿 is one of the many popular food stalls at the Yuhua Market & Hawker Centre in Jurong East. There you will find traditional Teochew poong kueh, soon kueh and koo chai kueh freshly handmade on the spot.
The Home-Based Small Scale Business Scheme by HDB and URA allows preparation of small quantities of food in residential premises for sale. The scheme has led to many interesting offerings from home-based bakers and cooks. Here is a list a few home-based food businesses in Singapore to check out.