Mui Kee Congee Singapore serves the famous porridge from Hong Kong which had been at the back of our minds since they were introduced to Singapore by the Les Amis group a couple of months ago. The only thing that deterred us was the crowds that gathered at lunchtime, which meant a queue on most days. If you, like us, have been holding off visiting Mui Kee Congee for this reason, we have good news. It seems that the initial frenzy has cooled down. We visited on a weekday at lunchtime and there was no queue!
Marina One is a new integrated development in Marina Bay. The Heart of Marina One is a retail podium that covers over 140,000 sq. ft. which offers a variety of shopping and lifestyle outlets and, of course, something really close to the hearts of Singaporeans, food and beverage outlets. We take a look at the restaurants and places to eat at Marina One Singapore.
When was the last time you saw a spittoon in service in Singapore? For us it was probably in the 70s hidden under a well-used marble-topped table in a traditional coffee shop. So it was a surprise to see this previously disgusting thing in full display outside The Guild Singapore. This new Keong Saik Road bar and restaurant is a collaboration by “Hong Kong’s highest rated and largest independent craft brewery”, Young Master Brewery and Chef Vinny Lauria.