Joyden, a name associated with good seafood in the West of Singapore, has extended their presence to the East. Joyden Treasures Restaurant, a full service Chinese restaurant has opened up in Leisure Park Kallang. We had visited Joyden Canton Kitchen at HillV2 (see our earlier post) and left with a very good impression. We are glad to find that the food at Joyden Treasures is of the same good standard.
Singapore has been named as the most expensive city in the world in 2015. That is certainly true in some ways. But fear not, some of the best things in life are free. Here are our suggestions for what things to do for free in Singapore and where to eat after that. As this is a food blog and not a trip advisor, our focus of course is the food and what you can eat during or after your outing. We hope you find this list of Things to do for free in Singapore & Where to Eat useful.
The places are listed in no particular order. We will add new ones from time to time.
Rani Park gives a glimpse of the multiculturalism and diversity in Singapore. It is a halal certified restaurant owned by Chinese, with Indian chefs, serving Indian food and local beverages like Teh Tarik and Chocolate Dinosaur. The new restaurant in Leisure Park Kallang is another interesting addition to the varied dining options in and around the Singapore Sports Hub. It offers a great variety of dishes like claypot curry fish head, chicken masala, dum biryani, thosai, chapati, naan, roti prata and mee goreng.
Straits Express is a new restaurant bar at the Kallang Wave, Singapore Sports Hub. The name is drawn from the “Straits Settlements” and the luxury “Express” train (as in the Oriental Express). The Straits Express is decorated like a luxury express train at a railway station and offers food of the Straits Settlements. What is food of the Straits Settlements? Continue reading →
(Updated on 18 June 2016) The old Kallang Leisure Park familiar to those in the East has been undergoing a facelift and is now known as Leisure Park Kallang! Not much of a change in terms of its name but the new leisure complex is definitely offering a wider and more interesting range of food and beverage options. Leisure Park Kallang, situated near the Indoor Stadium and the new National Stadium – Singapore Sports Hub, has several new restaurants and cafes. A few of the familiar eating places are still there, as are the bowling alley, ice skating ring and cineplex.