Dabao from Mark Lee’s 13 Stages

13 Stages

Versatile local comedian Mark Lee 李国煌 is still acting, hosting and entertaining but he also has interests in varied businesses – from movie production and artiste management to hair salon and F&B. His restaurant in Kallang Wave Mall, 13 Stages, started as an eatery featuring 7 different flavours of chicken rice and 13 flavours of coffee. It now offers a varied menu, with seafood rice, hor fun, mala noodles, fried rice and even bubble tea among the items available. 13 Stages has another outlet in Tanjong Pagar Plaza (which is currently temporarily closed). Dabao and delivery services are now available.

13 Stages at Kallang Wave
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Camp Kilo Charcoal Club – open air restaurant along Kallang River, Singapore

Camp Kilo Charcoal Club is an unusual restaurant along the Kallang River where roasted meat is the star attraction. It is located on the ground floor of a non-descript building with no close neighbours. Most of its seating is outdoors on picnic style tables and benches. It is open only on Friday evening and weekends. There is no obvious Camp Kilo Charcoal Club signboard or directions, yet there was a steady flow of diners when we were there on a Sunday evening.

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OmoOmo Kallang Wave – Korean Fusion Fast Food

OmoOmo Kallang Wave

OmoOmo describes itself as a Korean fusion restaurant which aims to fuse Korean flavours and cooking techniques with other cuisines to create unique dishes that will surprise your taste buds. We had a meal at OmoOmo Food Concepts Kallang Wave to find out if there would be real surprises like some of the plot twists in K-Pop music videos.

OmoOmo Food Concepts Kallang Wave
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Brewerkz Singapore Indoor Stadium – beer, pub grub in a nice location

It was a sunny late Saturday afternoon.  We decided to go to Brewerkz Singapore Indoor Stadium as it seemed like a nice place to chill out over a few beers with an early dinner. The beauty about this location is that it is away from the usual hustle and bustle of shopping malls. The atmosphere was casual and laid-back. This could have been due to the  fact that we were there during off-peak hours. There are options for indoor or outdoor dining. Being typically Singaporean, we chose to sit indoors with ample air-conditioning. Continue reading →

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