13 Stages is a new chicken rice restaurant by local comedian, Mark Lee (李国煌) with a very interesting menu featuring 7 different flavours of chicken rice and 13 flavours of coffee named after the 13 States of Malaysia.
Brewerkz Indoor Stadium is a lively spot with quite a lot to offer. You can catch some live sports on the TV screens or play pool there. They have signature beers, seasonal beers and more to go with some delicious bites. There is even a kids menu. Brewerkz Indoor Stadium is a great place for hangouts with friends or family.
Long Beach Seafood restaurant can traced its history back to 1946 when it operated at Bedok Rest House along Upper East Coast Road. It is also reputed to be the creator of the black pepper crab dish. Long Beach Seafood has become of chain of restaurants and has opened (and closed) a number of outlets at various locations over the years. Currently, it has outlets at UDMC East Coast Seafood Centre, Dempsey Hill, IMM and Kallang Park. The one in Kallang is known as Long Beach King.
Yentafo Kruengsonge Singapore opens in Kallang Wave Mall and, of course, serves เย็นตาโฟ Yen Ta Fo. The Kallang Wave Mall outlet is the chain’s latest in Singapore, after opening in Cathay Cineleisure Orchard and One@Kentridge earlier this year. Yentafo Kruengsonge is famous for its Thai pink noodles and has many stalls in Thailand. It is, however, our first time trying Yen Ta Fo.
We had tried the food at A-One Claypot House sometime back and thought their porridge was delicious. We now see A-One Claypot has expanded their operations with outlets in many shopping malls all over Singapore – at least 11 locations. We went to A-One Claypot House at Kallang Wave Mall to check out if they had managed to maintain their standard despite the rapid expansion.