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Gong by Drinks & Co – tom yum, satay and quesadillas at new restaurant at DUO Galleria

The Gong by Drinks & Co is a new restaurant in the DUO Galleria. With a convenient direct connection to Bugis MRT station, DUO Galleria is the retail part of the DUO Singapore project. According to the DUO website, it is developed by M + S Pte Ltd that is owned 60:40 by Malaysia’s Khazanah …

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Joe & Dough – cake and coffee in PLQ Mall and DUO Galleria

Home-grown cafe Joe & Dough seems to be everywhere. Started in 2009 by founders Damien Koh and his wife Dawn, they have grown the business from a small outlet to a network of 11 outlets all over Singapore. We visited Joe & Dough on a number of occasions, the most recent being visits to the …

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TOP Late Night Food Places in the City

It is late in the night and hunger strikes or you need solid sustenance after another late evening in the office. Where can you find late night food places that serve good food? Fortunately, Singapore has a lively and exciting late night dining scene. Here are a few eateries in the city area that remain …

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Seng Huat Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle – good bak chor mee all day & all night

Minced Meat Noodles or Bak Chor Mee is a hawker dish that is very popular in Singapore even before Michelin starred Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle helped to put bak chor mee on the world’s food map. The Teochew noodle dish can be found all over Singapore – in coffeshops, hawker centres and food …

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Victor's Kitchen Dim Sum

Hong Kong-style dim sum in Victor’s Kitchen

Some restaurants are Instagram baits – with photogenic decor and OTT food presentation. Victor’s Kitchen is not one of them. The small restaurant in Sunshine Plaza has a functional dining space. Food is served with mass-produced tableware used in coffeshops. There is no attempt at food styling. Victor’s Kitchen is just an old school eatery …

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