百年酿豆腐 Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu is one of the most popular Yong Tau Foo stalls in Singapore. Everyday many people stand patiently in line for a taste of the freshly handmade Yong Tau Foo pieces served with bee hoon and a light flavourful soup. In places like Albert Street Food Centre, you have to stand in queue in a crowded food centre and then eat in a rather hot and humid environment. 百年 Bai Nian at Chai Chee now allows us to enjoy Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu in air-conditioned comfort. 百年 Bai Nian operates a new food court in Chai Chee’s Viva Business Park. It is not surprising that the most well-patronised stall at Bai Nian at Chai Chee (also known as Centuries Food Court) is the yong tau foo stall. What is surprising is that a basic bowl of 百年酿豆腐 Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu in the air-conditioned contemporary food court is still only $4.50, the same price as in their outlets in the food centres.
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深利美食馆 Chin Lee Restaurant is a Teochew restaurant founded in 1973. This restaurant on the ground floor of a HDB block in Bedok is regarded by many as the best Teochew restaurant in the East. It is one of those heartland restaurants which may be under the radar but has a large and loyal fan base. Continue reading →
Viva Business Park looks set to become a popular destination in the somewhat unfashionable Chai Chee Estate. Decathlon, the French sports retailer, has opened its doors there. Right next to the 35,000 square feet sporting goods megastore is Source Restaurant by Melvyn Lee, the celebrity chef from the local food and travel show – Accidental Chef 偶当大厨. Source restaurant itself is huge and doubles up as a sports bar with a big TV screen. Source shares the premises with Offside Sports Chai Chee – which means diners also get access to a bank of e-darts machines and even an indoor softball and baseball batting cage.
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