Populating the food court on the second level of the Tiong Bahru market are many stalls, each with a history spanning decades. Among them is Tiong Bahru Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice, open since 1988.
Which Hong Kong celebrity once dined here and caused this humble eatery to shoot to fame?
Fancy some late night grub with a chance of a celebrity chef sighting? JB Ah Meng is your best bet.
New Ubin Seafood perfectly epitomises the Singapore spirit of being innovative whilst keeping with traditions.
Skip the crowds and enjoy good food with just a few clicks.
Classical Cantonese cooking meets Western sensibilities at this Bib Gourmand awarded restaurant.
The charm of a good plate of Hainanese chicken rice lies in the combination of piping hot rice and cool poached chicken eaten with spicy chilli sauce, dark soy and minced ginger.
How one man won over the hearts of people with his laksa and mee siam laced with fruit juice.
Zi char institution Kok Sen stood resolute on Keong Saik Road even as the area around it has morphed through the ages. Its key? Good food. We find out more.
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