8 Best Fish Soups In S’pore That Will Have You Savouring Every Last Drop

Everybody has their own go-to comfort food. But when it’s raining outside, there’s probably one dish that’s on everyone’s minds. Sliced Fish Soup.

This delightful warm bowl of clear umami broth paired with chunky slices of fresh fish and vegetables, is the ultimate comfort food for rainy days.

To save you the trouble of finding the best fish soup, we’ve compiled a list of the best in Singapore.

Food For The Soul

1. Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon

This is our go-to place for a good, satisfying bowl of fish soup.

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Go for the Fried Fish Soup ($4) if you’re feeling a little more indulgent with your diet. The fried fish slices are a good size and still retain their crispiness despite being soaked in the broth.

The Sliced Fish Soup ($4) is also a delight to eat, with the fresh springy slices of fish. We love that they choose to use chopped xiao bai cai (baby bok choy) in their soup, which makes the dish easier to eat. You just need a spoon!

As with most sliced fish soup stalls, you have the option of adding milk to your broth.

If you’re looking for a good place for sliced fish soup, this is it.

Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon
Address: 1 Kadayanallur Street, #01-77 Maxwell Food Centre, Singapore, 069184
Opening Hours: Fri – Wed: 11am – 8.30pm, Thu: Closed

2. Blanco Court Fried Fish Soup

Blanco Court Fried Fish Soup is one of the old greats that used to reside in the now-demolished Blanco Court Food Centre.

The broth here is flavourful though some find the soup too salty.

The fried fish is crispy and chunky and the broth is served with plenty of deep fried egg batter.

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They also use spinach in their soup (we LOVE spinach), which imparts a different texture and taste to the dish compared to the more bitter chye sim variants.

They’ve moved to a new standalone shophouse at Beach Road and they added other dishes such as Black Bean Fish Head with Bittergourd, Prawn Rolls and Chicken Wings besides their signature Fried Fish Soup.

There’s a reason they’ve been a favourite among locals for so long.

So come on down to try it for yourself!

Blanco Court Fried Fish Soup
Address: 325 Beach Road, Singapore, 199559
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 10am – 7.30pm
Contact no.: 9151 2401

3. 127 Lorong 1 Fish Soup

Named after their address, 127 Lorong 1 Fish Soup serves up a mean sliced fish soup.

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The broth is is not too salty, yet comes with a tinge of tanginess which comes from the olive vegetables used in the soup.

If you’re not feeling sliced fish soup, you can order Saba Fish set. They sell steamed and fried dumplings and fried mackerel fillets, which are perfect sides to complement your fish soup.

127 Lorong 1 Fish Soup
Address: Blk 127 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #02-33, Singapore, 310127
Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 7am – 8pm, Mon: Closed

4. Angel Horse Teochew Fish Soup

The name of this stall, Angel Horse Teochew Fish Soup, is a direct translation from their Chinese name. But that aside, the Sliced Fish Soup ($3 – $5) served here is pure comfort food.

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The broth here is star of the dish. In most cases, the fish would be in the spotlight. However, the broth in this dish is packed with flavour, which complements the fresh and tender fish slices.

They even add bitter gourd into the soup. Most places will have you paying extra or you have to order the sliced fish bitter gourd soup but not here. Here, it’s included!

They open at 11am daily, so come early or join the snaking queues.

If you’re looking for a humble bowl of sliced fish soup that hits all the right spots, this is it.

Angel Horse Teochew Fish Soup
Address: 270 Queen Street, #01-95 Albert Centre Market & Food Centre, Singapore, 180270
Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 10pm

5. Piao Ji Fish Porridge

Unlike other fish stalls, Piao Ji Fish Porridge uses pomfret instead of the usual batang fish in their sliced fish soup. Pomfret has a smoother texture and has sweeter flesh than batang fish, which is also why the price here is higher.

You can also choose to add prawns to your soup, which amps up the umami in the broth.

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As if the soup does not have enough flavour, the chef also adds bits of crispy lard to the soup.

Piao Ji is the stall to visit if you’re looking for a seriously indulgent bowl of sliced fish soup. Do come prepared to queue though.

Piao Ji Fish Porridge
Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #02-100/103 Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore, 069111
Opening Hours: Fri – Wed: 10.30am – 3pm, Thu: Closed

6. First Street Teochew Fish Soup

First Street Teochew Fish Soup is one of our favourites.

You can choose from batang fish, pomfret or red grouper for your sliced fish soup. What’s more, you can choose to add minced meat and fish roe to the broth for extra flavour.

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If that does not sound good to you, we don’t know what does.

If you need your carbs to go with your protein-packed soup, you can choose from rice, bee hoon, or the rare mee sua.(Seriously, why is mee sua so hard to find?)

Honestly, we can’t wait to head back for our next bowl of fish soup.

First Street Teochew Fish Soup
Address: 1014 Upper Serangoon Road, Double One Kopitiam, Singapore, 534752
Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 8am – 3pm, Mon: Closed
Contact no.: 8161 9552

7. Han Kee Fish Soup

Han Kee Fish Soup is the other well known fish soup stall in Amoy Street Food Centre. If you think that Han Kee is the backup stall that people go to because Piao Ji has a long queue, you are sorely mistaken.

Han Kee is known for their crystal clear yet flavourful broth. But the best thing about them is that they are very generous with their fish slices.

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However, the queue here is just as long as Piao Ji, so expect to wait for a bit.

While Piao Ji is known for their robust, meaty broth, Han Kee serves up a clear and refreshing alternative.

If you’re planning to go on a diet, this is a good place to start. You can thank us later.

Han Kee Fish Soup
Address: 7 Maxwell Road, #02-129 Amoy Street Food Centre, Singapore, 069111
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 10am – 3pm, Sat – Sun: Closed

8. Lu Jia Fish Soup

Lu Jia Fish Soup at Yishun seems to be serving many types of fish-related items.

We’re not complaining though. We love the variety of options. Right off the bat, you get to choose the type of rice you want, white rice or yam rice.

Then there’s Fried Fish Skin ($1) and Fried Beancurd Skin ($1) to choose as add-ons to the soup. That’s not all, they even have Salmon as an option for the sliced fish soup. And mee sua!

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This stall has everything you didn’t know you wanted. Yam rice, Mee sua, Salmon, Fried Fish Skin and Fried Beancurd Skin.

If you’re bored of regular sliced fish soup, then you should give this one a try.

Lu Jia Fish Soup
Address: 1 Yishun Industrial Street 1, #01-12 A’Posh Bizhub Soon Hong Eating House, Singapore, 768160
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 11am – 8pm, Sun: Closed
Contact no.: 8588 4282

Sliced fish soup is a dish that we can have all day, everyday, and still not be sick of. So there you have it.

The definitive fish soup list. The best of the best.

Which ones have you tried?

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Creamier’s New Ice Cream BEER Floats Takes Alcoholic Ice Cream To A Whole New Level

We’ve all heard of ice cream floats, but have you heard of an ice cream beer float?

It’s exactly as it sounds – a scoop of ice cream plopped into a glass of cold beer.

A marriage of two things we all love – ice cream and booze – that’s exactly what Creamier and Stark Craft Beer are bringing to the table at this year’s Beerfest Asia.

A Perfect Union

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Huge fans of the ice cream brand (as are we), the guys behind Stark Craft Beer conceived of this unusual pairing on a hot and humid night in North Bali.

Craving a taste of Creamier’s Tahitian Vanilla ice cream to go with some of their freshly-brewed Dark Wheat Beer, they decided to combine the two into one outrageous dessert, and bring it to the masses.

They reached out, Creamier said yes, and now, we get to enjoy 3 inventive floats!

A union of two artisanal, premium brands, both Creamier and Stark Craft Beer use all-natural ingredients, with no preservatives added into their innovative, delicious products.

Beer + Ice Cream Pairings

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The first beer-ice cream combo is Stark Lychee Ale with Creamier’s Raspberry Love. The ale is fruity, light, with the natural aroma and sweetness of lychee, while the Raspberry Love ice cream is a romantic combination of raspberry berries, rose and sweet cream.

The final result? A taste of summer in a cup that’s light, floral and sweet.

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The next float flavour on the menu is Stark Indonesian Pale Ale with Creamier’s Sea Salt Gula Melaka. The IPA has a distinct hoppy flavour, is slightly bitter, with a sweet and malty aftertaste. This is paired with Sea Salt Gula Melaka ice cream, which gives you a hit of sweet, but not without a hit of savoury flavour. The two combine into a smooth butter beer.

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The last drink is one for the chocaholics – the Stark Dark Wheat with Creamier’s Mochaccino. The Dark Wheat beer is thick, malty and chocolatey, with a hint of bitter roasted coffee. The Mochaccino ice cream amps up the chocolate flavour with its blend of chocolate and espresso, giving you a dessert that’s chocolatey, smoky, slightly bitter, and absolutely decadent.

And on to the most important question: How do you enjoy your ice cream beer float? Either sip the beer and eat the ice cream separately, or stir all that goodness together – both ways, you get to enjoy a tasty, delightful dessert.

These ice cream floats will be available at both of Creamier’s outlets at Toa Payoh and at Gillman Barracks. They will also be available at BeerFest 2017 (17 – 20 August) at the Stark Craft Beer booth.

Each float will set you back $14 and will only be available for the month of August. Make a date with Creamier and give these a spin – you’ll wish they weren’t a limited edition treat!

Address: Blk 128, Toa Payoh Lorong 1, #01-835, Singapore 310128
Opening Hours: Tue – Thu: 12pm – 10pm; Fri – Sat: 12pm – 11pm; Sun: 12pm – 10pm; Closed on Mon
Contact no.: 6250 1476
Also read 7 Local Desserts So Good, They’ll Remind You Of Your Childhood Sweetheart

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8 Instagram-Worthy Drinks That Will Have Your Followers Spamming The Like Button

Hands up if you can’t resist snapping a photo of your avocado toast or your latte during brunch.

Most of us are guilty of snapping a pic or two of our food, especially if they’re pretty because #foodgoals. And why shouldn’t you? After all, someone put hard work into plating up or creating these dishes–appreciating it is the least we can do.

If you’re a foodie who loves digging into nosh that not just tastes but looks amazing, we’ve shortlisted 10 beverages from all over Singapore that are not just a treat for the taste buds, but for the eyes as well.

1. Unicorn Tears @ Dapper Coffee 

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While unicorns sadly do not exist, here’s something we’d happily make do with: Unicorn Tears. Created by the good people at Dapper Coffee, a small cafe along Amoy Street, Unicorn Tears is the cafe’s best known product.

A shimmery swirl of aqua blue with flecks of sparkle, this beverage is not just to be consumed–it’s to be admired as well. The one thing you MUST do when you get your hands on a bottle of Unicorn Tears is give it a good shake! This will bring out all the sparkle and the mesmerising shades of blue.

At $10 a bottle, Unicorn Tears does not come cheap, but it is free of alcohol, caffeine, nuts, soy, eggs and it’s gluten-free.

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So what is it made of? We can’t quite pinpoint the ingredients that go into this magical potion but according to the people at Dapper Coffee, Unicorn Tears “is some pure-ass stuff”.

For the animal lovers out there, don’t worry! No unicorns were harmed in the making of Unicorn Tears.

Dapper Coffee
Address: 73A Amoy Street, Second Floor, Singapore 069892.
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 8am – 5pm; Weekends & PH: Closed

2. Ombre Drinks @ The Juicy Way & The Talad Drink 

If you were at Artbox this year, you would have noticed some epic-ly long queues at stalls serving up ombre drinks. The Juicy Way and The Talad Drink were two stalls that saw excited Singaporeans queueing up for hours to get their hands on these colourful bottles of fruit juices and smoothies.

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Crafted from an assortment of fruits, The Juicy Way serves up bottles of juice that come in alluring ombre shades. The Big Bang, crafted from dragonfruit, guava, honeydew and blue pea flower is one of the more eye-catching ones with its galaxy-like hues of purple, grey and blue.

Unfortunately, The Juicy Way is primarily a pop up store, so you’ll have to follow them on Instagram and Facebook to get updates on where they’ll be popping up next!

The Juicy Way 

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Serving up authentic Thai nosh, alongside an assortment of juices and traditional Thai drinks, the Talad Drink & Thai Kitchen was a crowd favourite at this year’s Artbox. If you missed the chance to try The Talad Drink at Artbox, fret not! They have a kiosk at Toa Payoh just a stone’s throw away from the Toa Payoh Bus Interchange.

While you can expect your favourite Thai drinks here like Thai Ice Milk Tea and Thai Iced Lemon Grass, don’t expect them to come in their usual dull colours–The Talad Drink serves up all their beverages in giant bottles of ombre tones.

Want a refreshing tea? Opt for the An Chan Orange or An Chan Kiwi. The colours are gorgeous and are bound to up your ‘Gram game!

Talad Drink & Thai Kitchen
190 Toa Payoh Lorong 6, #01-520, S10190
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm

3. Rainbow Lattes @ I AM & Dazzling Cafe 

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At one point, edible rainbows were the only food trend worth chasing (get it?). Food items served in all the colours of the rainbow may seem ridiculous to some, but to Instagram foodies, they spell an Instagram moment.

There are not one but two well known joints in Singapore serving up the photogenic Rainbow Lattes: I AM cafe, a popular halal eatery that serves up Western fare, and Dazzling Cafe, a Taiwanese franchise known for its thick toasts.

For those unacquainted with the concept of Rainbow Lattes, it typically involves dripping food colouring into a pitcher of steamed milk. A skilled barista then pours the milk into the coffee, as with any other cup of latte.

Rainbow Lattes, like most rainbow-coloured food, do not taste any different from their less colourful counterparts, so they really are your average cup of coffee with a colourful twist!

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Address: 674 North Bridge Road, S199486
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 11am – 11pm; Fri & Sat: 11am – 1am; Sun: 11am – 10pm

Address: #03-04, Tampines Hub, 51 Tampines Ave 4, S520940
Opening Hours: Daily, 11 am – 11 pm

Dazzling Cafe
#01-85, Capitol Piazza, 15 Stamford Rd, S178906Website

4. OTT Milkshakes @ Cake Spade, Robert Timms, Patissez  

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Known for their deliciously dense cakes and OTT milkshakes, Cake Spade is a cafe that’s truly knows its desserts. From the Matcha Adzuki Cakeshake to their Unicorn Cakeshake, Cake Spade doesn’t fool around when it comes to their monster desserts. The perfect spot to satisfy your sugar cravings, we highly recommend sharing the Freakshakes at Cake Spade.

Another place you can go for your Freakshake fix is Robert Timms. With flavours like Banana Popcorn and Rocky Timms, these OTT milkshakes will have you getting busy slurping everything up!

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The original creators of the Freakshake, Patissez is all about keeping it simple. Patissez has an array of more “traditional” tasting OTT Milkshakes, with flavours like mint chocolate and salted pretzel. Ironically, the creations at Patissez are quite tame compared those from other dessert spots, but we kind of like the fact that these look far less intimidating than the others.

Cake Spade
83 Tg Pagar Rd, S088504
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu: 12pm – 9.30pm; Fri & Sat: 12pm – 10.30pm; Sun: Closed
118 Holland Avenue, #01-06, S278997
Opening Hours: Weekdays: 10am – 10pm; Weekends: 9am – 10pm
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If you’re all about the ‘gram, Enchanted Cafe is a quaint spot you need to check out. Far from the typical brunch fare we’ve become accustomed to, this cafe offers up food with an enchanting Singaporean twist!

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The star of the show at this cafe is the Sorcerer’s Elixir.

Served atop a stone dish filled with dry ice, this enticing beverage starts off slightly purple with whispers of shimmer. The staff will come around and pour a slightly orange-y substance into your drink, turning it from a dark red to a deep purple. The whole spectacle of the Sorcerer’s Elixir is mesmerising, so we advise getting your phones ready to capture the magic!

Sip slowly though, because this particular drink will set you back almost $10!

Enchanted Cafe
Address: 88 Rangoon Road #01-04, S218374
Opening Hours: Wed & Thu: 12pm – 10pm; Fri: 11am – 11pm; Sat: 10am – 11pm; Sun: 10am – 8pm; Tue: 11am – 10pm; Mon: Closed

6. Heisenberg @ The Lab 

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The Lab is one of those cafes that will keep you coming back for more. Located a stone’s throw away from Sultan Mosque, The Lab is known for serving up your usual Western fare, alongside a slew of desserts and drinks. If you’re the kind who can never decide what to eat, this place will make that decision even harder for you.

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Like any dining establishment worth its salt, The Lab serves a good range of coffees, juices and mocktails. However, what sets The Lab apart is the presentation of its drinks. The Heinsenberg, which is served with a syringe in it, is a particularly interesting one. Hot beverages also come with droppers filled with sugar syrup!

Not only are these drinks tasty, they’re a fun experience, and they’re 100% insta-worthy.

The Lab
Address: 1 Jalan Pisang, #01-01, S199069
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 12pm – 10pm; Sun: 1pm – 10pm
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While some food fads are able to stand the test of time (hello salted egg-everything), some quickly fade into obscurity. One that will certainly be a cute addition to your Instagram feed is the Light Bulb Drink. Call it gimmicky if you want, but you can’t deny that these drinks make you want to whip out your phone and snap a picture of it.

Bubbs serves your favourite Bubble Tea flavours in plastic light bulbs, from the classic Milk Tea to an assortment of Fruit Teas. But here’s the bad news–Bubbs only has one outlet and it certainly is out of the way for many Singaporeans.

Located in Tai Seng, it’s great for those working in the area, and not so great for, well, the rest of us.

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What’s a light bulb that doesn’t light up, am I right? Oh My Cafe at Westgate takes the Light Bulb drink to the next level but serving it with a glowing straw. Serving drinks in all sorts of eye-catching colours, we have to say, the drinks here have won our hearts.

Address: 1 Irving Place #01-06, S369546

Oh My Cafe
Address: #B1-01, Westgate Mall, 3 Gateway Drive , S608532

8. Coffee In A Cone @ Coffee Academics

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One caffeinated treat that will have your followers double tapping away is the Coffee In A Cone. No, it’s not as simple as pouring a cuppa into an ice cream cone. Instead, the process involves coating the ice cream cones with different chocolate compounds, giving them that hardened exterior and extra integrity. Warm, slightly sweet and with a crunch, this is a whole new way to enjoy your cuppa.

Coffee Academics
Address: Scotts Square, #02-01/02, 6 Scotts Road, S228209
Opening Hours: Daily: 9am – 9pm
Forget Sugar Glazed, This Cafe Serves Up Savoury Donuts Like ‘Cheeseburger’ And ‘Bacon’ At Only $2.90 A Pop

Grab Your Foodie Friends And “Buka Puasa” At These 11 Halal Buffets

The month of Ramadhan is nearly upon us.

Ramadhan is not just about fasting, it’s also about spending time with family and friends, and what better way to do it than by breaking fast together?

We’ve rounded up 11 sweet Ramadhan buffet specials (and deals) you should definitely check out with your friends and family this Ramadhan period–just make sure to eat with moderation!

1. Hilton’s Ramadhan Buffet

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In the mood for more ethnic eats?

Head to Kintamani! Not only are they serving up traditional Indonesian fare, they’ll be offering up Grilled Leg of Lamb from the bone! With a chance to win yourself a free stay at Furama Riverfront, we’re guessing Kintamani will be packed this Ramadhan!

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Maybank card holders listen up! For every 3 paying adults, 1 adult gets to dine for free (weekends excluded)! Senior citizens above 50 also get a 30% discount–now you know where to take your parents this Ramadhan.

21 On Rajah
Address: Days Hotel, 1 Jalan Rajah S329133
Duration: All year round

10. Ramadhan at Aquamarine 

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Price: Adult – $70++
Duration: All year round

11. Carousel Buffet 

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Image Credit: With Over 1,000 Stalls, This Year’s Geylang Bazaar Will Keep You Coming Back For More

6 Interesting Cuisines You Didn’t Know You Can Get In Singapore To Spice Up Your Meals

Being the food paradise that we are, it’s no secret that we can find many different types of cuisines on our island. But we bet you didn’t know that these hidden gems are lurking around in Singapore and waiting to tantalise your taste buds.

Why settle for the usual? If you’re in the mood for something different and unique, head over to these food joints for a new culinary adventure.

1. Lime House

Caribbean cuisine is a combination of many different cuisines which made their way to the Caribbean, with cooking styles and creations that are unique to the islands.

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You can also check with them about throwing themed parties, corporate events or even weddings.

Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro
Address: 257 Beach Road and 11 Tanjong Katong Road
Tel: 6396 9096 and 6702 2456
Opening hours: Check here
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While Mexican food is within relatively easy reach in Singapore, go further down South and try some Costa Rican food the next time you’re at Lau Pa Sat or Amoy Street Market. Yup, you can get an authentic array of dishes from the Central American country right in the middle of our favourite food haunts.

Be introduced to the chalupa, casado (a popular Costa Rican rice meal), picadillo de ayote, beef taco bowl and a special dish of fried rice with seafood (arroz con marisco) at an affordable price range.

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Translating to “mouth” in Portuguese, Boca features vibrant Portuguese cuisine that reflects a strong Atlantic and Southern European influence.

Top picks include the bacalhau (cod fish served in different flavours and styles), carne de porco a alentejo (pork with clams), chouriço em chamas (flamed pork sausage), bochecha de porco (pork cheek) and the famed Portuguese egg tart.

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After you’ve had your fill, end your meal with a popular Portuguese cocktail, Caipirao, which is said to be an aromatic version of Caipirinha.

Address: 6 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089820
Tel: 6221 0132
Opening hours: Daily; 12pm to 2:30pm (Lunch), 6pm to 12mn (Dinner)
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If you’ve always wanted to go on an Inca Trail, you can start with one right here in Singapore. But instead of hiking, you will be dining your way through the best flavours that Peru has to offer in a social and familial setting.

Start with a ceviche (seafood dish) and causa (classic Peruvian potato-based starter) along with anticuchos (inspired by Peruvian street food) before digging into a plato principal (a choice of platters to share).

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Don’t leave without trying some their awesome pisco cocktails and if you can’t decide what to get, you can never go wrong with the classic pisco sour.

Tiger’s Milk
Address: 28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708
Tel: 6808 2183
Opening hours: 5pm to 1am (Mon to Thur), 5pm to 2am (Fri to Sat)
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They also have a food truck at Timbre+ and we were thrilled to taste some delicious Louisiana Chicken Gumbo there.

Big Bern’s American Grill
Address: 978 Toa Payoh North #02-01, Singapore 319001
Tel: 6710 7362
Opening hours: 11:30am to 9pm (Daily)
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Durian Guide: 9 Trusty Heartland Stalls That Are Worth Your Every Dollar & Cent!

Mmm.. durians. Just thinking about it makes us drool!

But the king of fruits can get a little pricey and it sucks if the taste doesn’t match the price you paid for.

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There’s a stream of loyal customers who know that Uncle Leong only serves the best durian.

Just look at the amount of fans he’s got on Facebook. With close to 3000 followers and a general rating of 4.8/5.0 for his durians, you really need to make Uncle Leong one of your go-to heartland durian stalls.

Plus, Uncle Leong is known for is honesty too!

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His all-you-can-eat durian buffet is priced at $40, and a kilo of Mao Shan Wang (Musang King) will cost you about $18.  That sure is a pretty sweet deal!

Leong Tee Fruit Trader
Address264 Tanjong Katong Road, Singapore 437051
Opening Hours: 2:00PM – 10:00PM (Daily)
Contact no.: +65 6346 6683
Facebook: Leong Tee Durian

2. It’s All About The Kampong (Wild) Durians – Wan Li Xiang Durian Stall

This is probably the last durian stall still standing in Dempsey.

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Here’s another fun fact – Wan Li Xiang is one of a few durian stalls that still offers durians sourced from our very own Pulau Ubin.

These Kampong durians come by usually at 3pm, but are usually gone in a matter of hours.

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Fortunately, you can secure yourself some tender durian goodness by placing a pre-order.

Just let the Ah Di, the veteran stall owner know your preference of bitter or sweet and he’ll pick the right one for you.

Wang Li Xiang Durian Stall
Address: 7 Dempsey Hill, Singapore 249670 (Secluded carpark at the end of right hand side of the fork road after Blk 7 Dempsey Hill)
Opening Hours: 3:00PM – 12:00AM (Daily)
Contact no.:+65 9756 2385,+65 9018 2853
Facebook: Wan Li Xiang Durian @ Dempsey

3. Best For Non-Mandarin/Dialect Speaking Patrons – Sindy Durians

Shy to flaunt the Mandarin you picked up from watching Channel 8?

Just head to Sindy Durian to get your durian cravings fixed without any miscommunication as they converse well in English.

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A family-run business, Sindy has been running their durian stall for over 30 years! They were previously in Balestier before moving to Whampoa.

They were also one of the first durian stalls in Singapore to provide durian vacuum packing for overseas travel since 2005. In fact, they occasionally ship durians to Hong Kong. Other durian stalls were then inspired by this ‘durian influencer’ and have since followed suit.

Sindy Durian
Address: 01-835, 89 Whampoa Drive, 320089
Opening Hours: 2:00pm – 10:00pm (Daily)
Contact no.: +65 97102427
Facebook: Sindy Durian

5. Yesss to Durian Buffet – 211 House Of Durian

Ask anyone from Toa Payoh about the best durian stalls and they’ll surely mention 211!

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Formerly known as Sin Yee Wang Durian, 211’s durians are driven in daily from Malaysia! This ensures the freshness of the fruit that we all crave for.

But the real attraction of this durian stall lies in their durian buffets held usually end of season to clear durian stock.

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Expect to shell out S$20 as an adult, BUT be prepared to fall in love with the endless supply of fantastic durians for just a fraction of its usual price.

Keep a look out on their Facebook page for the next buffet details.

While you’re at it, you can also try their durian soft serve ice cream or buy a pack of durian puree for your baking needs.

211 House of Durian Pte Ltd
Address: #01-21, 211 Lorong 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310211
Opening Hours: 10:00AM – 10:00PM (Daily)
Contact no.: +65 9108 3710
Email: [email protected]
Facebook: 211 House Of Durian

6. Seriously Reasonably Priced Durians – Botak Kho

He gets his name from his squeaky clean shaven head, but he’s also known for selling high-grade durians at an affordable price.

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His durians come in daily at 2pm and we recommend his Red Prawn and Mao Shan Wang durians.

Botak Kho
Address: Block 157 Bukit Batok Street 11
Opening Hours: 1:00PM – 10:00PM (Daily)
Contact no.: +65 8156 2247
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The business is formed by a tight knit group of durian lovers.

They went high and low, from Malacca to Johor and even Kalimantan, Indonesia to learn everything about the king of fruits.

After some flat tyres, getting lost in foreign land and countless mosquitoes attack, Durian Kaki was formed.

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Today, there are 6800-odd followers on their Facebook page and their durians are rated at 4.5/5 stars.

Their Mao San Wang, Mei Qiu and Jin Feng will not disappoint you.

Here’s a true story coming up. We’ve visited Durian Kaki a few times. Once, they opened a durian that just didn’t smell so good. Without hesitation, they threw the whole durian into a bin, and opened another. That just shows their commitment to serving their customers the best durians.

Durian Kaki
Address: Junction 9, Yishun Avenue 9, #01-83 Singapore 768897
Opening Hours: 2:00PM – 11:00PM (Daily)
Contact no.: +65 8405 8509
Facebook: Durian Kaki

8. Durian King of the West – Ah Seng Durian

Here’s super famous durian stall for Singaporeans in the west. In fact, Ah Seng Durian is regarded highly by Singaporeans all over the island.

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Ah Seng Durian carries a wide range of durians – Mao Shan Wang, D15, Bak You, Xian Hong and even Green Skin durians.

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Here’s how crazy the crowd gets at Ah Seng Durian. We can’t believe it!

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Just look at the picture below. Their Jin Feng (golden phoenix) is absolutely gorgeous.

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We have to constantly remind ourselves to not check their Facebook page before lunch time. It’s super tempting, you just can’t wait to head there straight away after work.

They also have durian puree at $20 per packet while a vacuum packed Mao Shan Wang goes at $40 per pack.

Ah Seng Durian
Address: Block 20, #01-119 to #01-122 Ghim Moh Market, 270020 (stall is right inside the middle of the market)
Opening Hours: 10:00AM – 8:00PM (Daily)
Contact no.: +65 9465 6160
Facebook: Ah Seng Durian

9. Best For Durian Party – The Durian Tree

This heartland durian stall is known for three things – great durians, fantastic customer service, and honesty.

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They also offer deliveries – you don’t even need to step out of your house to get your durian fix!

And the best part of all, The Durian Tree has ample sitting space for those who would like to hold a small durian party.

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The durians available include the luscious Black Gold durian, King of King, Mao Shan Wang, XXXOD24 and D88.

Just give their hotline a call or check out their Facebook page for availability.

The Durian Tree
Address: Block 277 Bukit Batok East Avenue 3, Singapore 650277
Opening Hours: 2:00PM – 11:00PM (Daily)
Contact no.: +65 9812 4148
Facebook: The Durian Tree

There you have it, 9 good old heartland durian stalls that are bound to keep you durian happy for days.

Enjoy the fruit and feast as soon as you can. But don’t forget to drink lots of water after your date with the durians!

How do you like your durian? Drop us a comment and let us know.

Header image source:  yelp.com.sg

Also, read Bitter or Sweet? Guide To Identifying Your Favourite Durian Types

10 Restaurants That Are Willing To Deliver Where No Man Has Delivered Before – Tuas!

Food deliveries have made our lives so much easier. Feeling lazy? Get food delivered. Can’t tear yourself from that Netflix marathon? Get food delivered. Here in Singapore, there are several companies dedicated to delivering food to our doorsteps (what a time to be alive!).

While most of us are pretty lucky to have these food delivery services at the touch of a button, there are certain areas where most food deliveries do NOT go to. Tuas for example is one such area. While those working in Tuas only have access to a limited number of food delivery services, these 10 restaurants definitely do food deliveries!

So for our friends working way out in Tuas, here are 10 restaurants that are more than happy to deliver food to your offices!

1.Kim San Leng

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Delivery Fee $10.00; Minimum Order $50.00

2.Rainbow Lapis

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untitled-design-11 Craving something sweet? Rainbow Lapis has got you covered. Offering traditional snacks like Kueh Lapis (of course), an assortment of Tarts, Fishball Keropok, Chiffon Cakes and even bottles of kaya and chilli! Selling most of their treats in bulk, throwing a party just got a whole lot easier.

Put in your delivery order for Rainbow Lapis’s traditional snacks and desserts HERE!

Delivery Fee $15.00; Minimum Order $30.00

Rainbow Lapis
Level 1, Atrium, #01-26
Opening Hours: 9am – 8pm


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Get your orders for SWAG’s healthy salads and wraps delivered HERE!

Delivery Fee $3.50 – $10.00; Minimum Order $0.00 – $60.00

The Commerze @ Irving
1 Irving Place, #01-26

Fuji Xerox Towers
80 Anson Road, #01-11, S079907

3.Sum Yi Tai

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Sum Yi Tai
25 Boon Tat Street, S069622
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri 11.30 am – 2.30pm, 5pm – 1am; Sat 5pm – 1am

5.Ninja Bowl

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What do you get when you put Subway and a whole lot of melted cheese? You get Delivery Fee $15.00 – $20.00; Minimum Order $20.00

Yellow Submarine
Toa Payoh
Blk 177 Toa Payoh Central, #01-110, S310177
Opening Hours: 10.30am – 10pm
Contact: 63527890

200 Victoria Street, #B1-K24, S188021
Opening Hours: 10.30am – 10pm
Contact: 63371314


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Park Bench Deli
179 Telok Ayer St, S068627
Opening Hours: Mon 12pm – 4pm, 5pm – 9.30pm; Tue-Fri 10.30am –4pm, 5pm – 9.30pm; Sat 10.30am – 4pm;
Contact: 6815 4600

10.Delicius Pasticceria

6 Places Nathan Hartono Might Head To For His Bak Chor Mee Cravings

Unless you’ve been living under a rock this past weekend, you would know who Nathan Hartono is and what exactly he’s accomplished.

For those who have no clue who he is, Nathan Hartono, a local born talent won first runner up in popular singing reality show Sing! China (the furthest any Singaporean has placed!). Not only did this local singer start a Milo craze which resulted in milo trucks making an appearance at Plaza Singapura, he also gave this popular local dish a special shoutout, BAK CHOR MEE!

Bak Chor Mee is the quintessential comfort food, not only can you find it in every other coffeeshop, you can have it in so many different ways! Here at DSG, we’re always on the hunt for the best foods and that (of course) includes Bak Chor Mee. Here are the top 6 places where you (and Nathan Hartono) can satisfy those Bak Chor Mee cravings!

1. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle

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Don’t be fooled into thinking this Bak Chor Mee spot has no queue, they have a queue number system so be prepared to wait up to an hour for a bowl here. Dishes at Macpherson Minced Meat Noodles are prepared individually and are crafted with springy noodles and stripes of braised pork belly and crispy lard. While the dish is amazing on its own get it with soup on the side, the rich pork broth is the perfect compliment to this popular local dish.

Macpherson Minced Meat Noodles
1382 Serangoon Road, S328254
Opening Hours: 6.30am – 2pm, Tue Closed

6. Seng Huat Eating House

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Also Read: 
6 DIE DIE Must Visit Stalls For Lovers Of Seafood White Bee Hoon!

Study Spots In Town That Will Make Every Mugging Session A Conducive One!

Going to be around the central region and need study spots?

The central region is where life in Singapore intersects the most frequently. With blistering paces and overwhelming noises, it may seem impossible to settle down on a spot to study or work.

Here, we uncover study spots in the central region that are perfect for students who need to focus on their work at hand.

#1. Starbucks

Here’s everyone’s default and favourite study spot – Starbucks! The quintessential coffee house that serves delicious coffee, offers new and exciting seasonal drinks and is conveniently located all around the country.

Starbucks – Plaza Singapura

This is one of the most convenient Starbucks outlets in Singapore, located near Dhoby Ghaut MRT station.

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The cafe serves all day breakfast along with mains which will fuel your studying marathon all through the day.

185 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574333
Opening Hours: 9:00AM to 11:00PM

#4. Drury Lane

It’s hard to miss the bright red doors of Drury Lane Cafe at Tanjong Pagar road.

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With seats on ground and upper levels, this hip cafe is extremely apt for those in the neighbourhood looking for a good spot to finish up on some readings.

Drury Lane Cafe
Address: 94 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088515
Opening Hours: 8:00AM to 06:00PM (Mon-Tues), 8:00AM to 09:00PM (Wed-Fri), 9:00AM to 06:00PM (Sat-Sun)

#5. The Daily Press

The Daily Press is an unpretentious cafe located within the mature estate of Toa Payoh that serves a variety of sandwiches and good coffee.

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Opening Hours: 08:30AM-09:00PM (Mon-Sat), 09:00AM to 03:00PM (Sun).

#8. Library

For people who need absolute silence and zero distractions in order to be productive, we didn’t forget about you! Here are some of the quietest spots in town for you to mug hard all day long! 

National Library, Singapore

The ultimate study spot in the central. This library has designated study spots on the 5th level, but there are plenty of tables through till the 11th floor.

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Just be sure not to occupy the tables reserved for those referencing the library’s materials.

National Library
100 Victoria St, Singapore 188064
Opening Hours: 10:00AM to 9:00PM

Library @ Esplanade

This one comes as a surprise to many. Yes, there is a library inside the Esplanade. Yes, it is super quiet and conducive.

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6 DIE DIE Must Visit Stalls For Lovers Of Seafood White Bee Hoon!

The seafood white bee hoon buzz is one of the latest food craze in our sunny island.

This unassuming tze-char dish has been around for ages in Singapore, with no one paying so much attention to it until now.

With so many wannabes in the market riding on the wave of the craze, it’s rare to come by stalls that genuinely know their stuff.

Here are some of the places we recommend for a good plate of our favourite local seafood white bee hoon!

1. Woon Woon Pek Beehoon

This small hawker stall at Changi Village Hawker Centre brings in long lines of customers every week.

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Their speciality is the seafood that goes with its bee hoon. Choose from a top-up of fish, crab, prawn, crayfish or mussels. If you’re feeling hungry (or are in a group), you can try the seafood platter ($30 or $40).

Woon Woon Pek Bee Hoon
Blk 2, Changi Village Road #01-52, Singapore 500002

2. East Seafood White Beehoon

Led by a chef with 30 years of culinary experience, East Seafood hawker chain prides itself on offering affordable seafood white bee hoon amidst rising seafood prices.

Image: facebook.com/eastseafood

With three hawker branches located in Toa Payoh, Hougang (Ciyuan CC) and Ang Mo Kio, they also offer great seafood add-ons with their bee hoon (crayfish, lala and crabs).

East Seafood White Bee Hoon
Blk 210 Toa Payoh Lorong 8, #01-06, Singapore 310210
Blk 407 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10 #01-733, Singapore 560407
No.51 Hougang Ave Ci Yuan Hawker Centre, Singapore 538776

3. Jia Wei White Beehoon

Quietly tucked away in an HDB coffee shop in Jalan Bukit Merah (near ABC Brickworks hawker centre), Jia Wei brings a homey taste to its tze char specials.

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Jia Wei White Bee Hoon
Address: Block 2 Jalan Bukit Merah, Singapore 150002

4. White Restaurant The Original White Beehoon

When it comes to seafood white bee hoon, this famous restaurant chain in the north is the mother of them all.


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White Restaurant The Original White Beehoon is one of the pioneers of the famous Sembawang White Bee Hoon. Their version is dressed in thick sauce and copious ingredients (eggs, sotong, chai sim, and prawns – yum!). Beware of the long queues on the weekends!

White Restaurant The Original White Beehoon
Address: 22 Jalan Tampang (Opp Sembawang Shopping Centre) Singapore 758966

5. Hualong Fishhead Steamboat

Though not seafood white bee hoon specialists, Hualong manages to differentiate its rendition of the dish by making it drier than usual.

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The seafood white bee hoon is served on an opeh leave, and topped with sliced cabbage, fried garlic and lime for flavour.

Complete your meal with one of their delicious dishes, such as fish maw soup, fried sotong and fuyong omelette.

Hua Long Fishhead Steamboat
Address: Block 347, #01-2142 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, Singapore 560347

6. Hong Yun Seafood

One of the more successful coffee shop stalls in Toa Payoh, Hong Yun is known for the crispy – and huge – pork lard that they generously scatter across several of their dishes. Same goes for their seafood white bee hoon dish!

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While you’re there, try out their sambal kangkong and potato leaves – shiok!

Hong Yun Seafood
Address: Block 124, Toa Payoh Lor 1, #01-459 Singapore 310124

What is it about seafood white bee hoon that keeps drawing customers – new and old – week after week?

Could it the salty rice noodles that make up the core of the dish? Is it the prawns and sotong that accompanies it? Or could it be the fragrant, hot gravy that tops it all off?

It’s pointless to think too much into it – just join the queue this weekend and find out!

Also, read Wanna Share? 7 Steakhouses With Portions So Huge, You Need To Call Your Entire Squad!