Weekly SG Foodie Top Picks – July Week 3

#1 Fat Cat Ice Cream Bar

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The ice cream is quite well done here and its complement well the waffle for a good dessert. Many like to douse with the additional salted egg yolk sauce but seriously it is really not necessary and in fact tainted the nice flavour of the ice cream.

Address: Blk 416, Bedok North Ave 2, #01-25, Singapore 460416
Hours: Mon to Thu 1pm – 10pm, Fri 1pm – 11pm, Sat 12noon – 11pm, Sun 12noon – 10pm, Tue closed

#2 Dutch Baby Cafe

Dutch Baby Cafe
Photo: Irisslove

Dutch Baby Cafe is a brand by Japan Foods Holdings, the same brand that brought Fruit Paradise to Singapore. So expect cute and lovely interior and also tarts by Fruit Paradise when you visit. Click here to read more.

#3 Janggut Laksa

Janggut Laksa
Photo: Camemberu

Janggut the founder of Marine Parade Laksa is the orginator. Old man Janggut made history when he devised this style of laksa: the rice noodles are deliberately cut short, so you can use just a spoon to scoop them up, picking up a nice serving of savoury broth. In fact, a soup spoon is all you get with your bowl. The unitiated will feel odd at first, thinking they are short of an eating utensil. But go along with it, and you’ll see it makes perfect sense. Saves on washing up too. Click here to read more.

Janggut’s niece Ms Ng has an outlet at Queensway Shopping Centre #01-59 (open daily 10am – 9.15pm) and Janggut’s sister-in-law has opened at Blk 128 Bedok North St 2, #01-02 (open daily: 9:30am to 5:00pm) as well.

#4 Yong Kee Seafood Fish

Yong Kee Seafood Fish
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Fans of Yong Kee Istimewa Seafood Soup in Batam would be pleased to know that they have just opened a branch in Singapore a few months ago!

Fans of the Mediacorp artist, Shine Koh would be pleased to know that you can have a bowl of fish soup cooked by your idol right here at the stall.

Fans of fish head steamboat who don’t want to pay for a whole steamboat but still want to have a deep and satisfying, bowl of seafood soup will be pleased to know that you can buy a bowl here for $5.

I think that just about summarises it for Yong Kee Seafood Soup. Click here to read more.

#5 Atlas Coffeehouse

Atlas Coffeehouse
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Atlas Coffeehouse is opened by the people behind the now defunct Assembly Coffee, and their experience has put them in good stead. You can tell from the first impressions how experienced they are. Click here to read more.

Atlas Coffeehouse
6 Duke’s Road, Singapore 268886
T: +65 6314 2674
8am-7pm, closed Mon