Weekly SG Foodie Top Picks – July Week 4

#1 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles 

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From TV to newspapers and magazine, there is no shortage of coverage on 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles stall in all major media outlets, simply because it’s manned by Ruifang – a university graduate! Having inherited the prawn noodle stall from her parents, this is a rare phenomenon in our local hawker scene: a young university graduate giving up the comfort of an office, in exchange for a hot and humid food centre cooking prawn mee. Click here to read more.

#2 Collin’s @ Ang Mo kio

Photo: All About Ceil

It was founded by Chef Collin Ho that has about 15 years of culinary experience through working in restaurants and hotel. It has rapidly expanded to 18 outlets island-wide which include 3 restaurants and 15 stalls in the coffee shop. It stated on their website that their aim is “to bring restaurant-quality food to the masses at affordable prices” and they have a belief of “putting customers at the very heart of their business strategy”, they “hope to share the joy of extraordinary food with ordinary people”. Click here to read more.

#3 Chong Wen Ge Cafe

Chong Wen Ge Cafe
Photo: Eatbook

Cafes that serve western food are aplenty, so we were intrigued when we heard of a quiet cafe at Telok Ayer that offers hearty Peranakan dishes. Located within the CBD, Chong Wen Ge Cafe doesn’t offer a large variety of mains, but each dish on the menu is of a lower price than what you would pay at a regular cafe. Click here to read more.

#4 Il Cielo at Hilton Singapore

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Il Cielo at Hilton Singapore, a cozy and classy restaurant, means “the sky” in Italian because it is beside a rooftop pool which opens out to the sky. 2-course lunch goes for $25++, and 3-course at $35++. Set dinner starts from $59++. Quite a good deal. Click here to read more.

#5 Full Of Luck Club

Full Of Luck Club
Photo: Ms Skinnyfat

Classic Cantonese dining is made chic and edgy at Holland Village’s latest hit Full of Luck Club 福乐. Brought to you by the same team behind award winning Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant, you can be sure that you’re getting quality Cantonese dishes with a contemporary twist. I think it would appeal to the millenials very well. Click here to read more.