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WoPeng Chinese Restaurant

和平饭店 Wo Peng Cuisine Chinese Restaurant in Furama Hotel, Singapore

The last time we were at Wo Peng Cuisine (和平饭店) Chinese restaurant was some years back at their branch on McPherson Road. We remembered that the food was good but for some reason (probably the difficult parking situation there), we did not return.  The Wo Peng Cuisine McPherson Road outlet had since been closed and …

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Spring Court Restaurant – best popiah in Singapore?

Spring Court Restaurant is (according to its website), the oldest family-run restaurant in Singapore. With a history dating back to 1929 when Wing Choon Yuen opened in Great World Amusement Park, this makes it one of the oldest restaurants in Singapore. Despite its long history and the heritage building along Upper Cross Street where it …

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Ming Fa Fish Ball Noodles

Sometimes all you want is a simple meal – tasty but nothing elaborate or fancy. A nice hot bowl of fish ball noodles fits the bill nicely for me. Those simple fish balls may not be mentioned in the same breath as sophistication or fine dining but well made bouncy fish balls can bring so …

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A sad day – finding out that Lee Kui Teochew Restaurant has closed

We just found out that Lee Kui Teochew Restaurant has closed.  According to their Facebook page, the last day of operation was 19 December 2015. Here are some pictures from our last visit (see our review here).  We are not sure if they will be setting up in another place.  If anyone knows, please inform …

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Lee Kui Teochew Restaurant (李贵) in Chinatown, Singapore – where time has stood still (Closed)

Lee Kui Teochew Restaurant in Mosque Street is a top ‘must try’ Teochew restaurant in Singapore. It is a Teochew restaurant to go to not only for the food but also its authentic traditional atmosphere. The full name of the restaurant is  Lee Kui (Ah Hoi) Restaurant 李貴(亚蟹)席館. Enter this restaurant in Chinatown and be transported …

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