The Dim Sum Place at North Bridge Road is where you can have your fill of dim sum late at night. On Friday and Saturday, it stays open till 5 am in the morning. It has a rather extensive menu and one of its unique features is that the dim sum does not have pork.
There are many recommendations when it comes to the must try iconic dishes of Singapore. Chicken rice, chilli crab, laksa, roti prata and nasi lemak are among the usual dishes listed. We think the humble scissor-cut curry rice may be most representative of Singapore’s multi-ethnic culture. An eat like a local meal at 美芝律剪刀剪咖喱饭 Beach Road Scissor-Cut Curry Rice restaurant at Jalan Besar may perhaps be the most authentic way to experience the unique culinary heritage of Singapore.
Minced Meat Noodles or Bak Chor Mee is a hawker dish that is very popular in Singapore even before Michelin starred Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle helped to put bak chor mee on the world’s food map. The Teochew noodle dish can be found all over Singapore – in coffeshops, hawker centres and food courts. At Seng Huat Mushroom Minced Meat Noodle stall at North Bridge Road, you can enjoy good affordable bak chor mee all day and all night.
Aperia was completed only in 2014. Less then 5 years later, the mall at Aperia had undergone a major revamp. The refreshed Aperia Mall food options are varied and there is a new food street for affordable casual dining. Old favourites like Tim Ho Wan and Nature Cafe are still there. The new F&B line up in Aperia Mall includes restaurants and cafes like McDonald’s, Daily Grind, Warung Kampong and Ortus.
Looking for a cheap and good lunch at a Japanese restaurant at Orchard Road? We think we may have a place for you. We tried the $10 nett set lunch at Japanese restaurant Izakaya Shinjuku Cuppage Plaza and were happy with what we got. We also tried some sashimi but were not as impressed by that.