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Yet Con Restaurant (群逸) – $6 for a true heritage dining experience

Delta Dawn, what’s that flower you have on? Could it be a faded rose from days gone by? The lines from “Delta Dawn”, the 1972 top ten country hit for Tanya Tucker, somehow kept playing in my head as I ate at Yet Con Restaurant (群逸) in Purvis Street recently. Yet Con has been around …

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Good Chance Popiah Eating House in Silat Avenue

Popiah or Spring Roll has a long history. Various sources trace the origin of spring rolls to third century China. According to Singapore infopedia, Popiah (meaning “thin pancake” in Teochew) as we know it in Singapore has its roots in Fujian Province where it was eaten during spring (unsurprisingly) when there was an abundance of …

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5 TOP Sunset Way Restaurants to Try in 2020

Tucked away, hidden from view from the main road is a cluster of restaurants, food outlets and other eateries at the junction of Clementi Road and Sunset Way. They have indoor (air-conditioned) and outdoor (sheltered) seating. Here is our list of 5 TOP Sunset Way restaurants to check out in 2020. 0

Wanton Seng’s Noodle Bar – deluxe wonton noodles at Telok Ayer

Wanton Seng’s Noodle Bar is a restaurant along Amoy Street that specialises in wonton noodles. This is not your regular coffee shop or hawker centre wonton noodle shop. This noodle shop in the Chinatown / business district of Telok Ayer has a modern, hip feel. In fact the noodles at Wanton – Seng’s Noodle Bar …

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