Weekly SG Foodie Top Picks – July Week 1

#1 Whampoa Keng Fishhead Steamboat

Hai Chong Fish Head Steamboat 4

The tantalizing broth was unquestionably warrant our endorsement for one of the best fishhead steamboat around, the price tag of $60 for a medium size pot for a group of 5 pax is relatively expensive if compared to other similar setup, the pot could be perceived more value add if not of the pathetic amount of fish present in the soup. Click here to read more.

Address: 556 Balestier Road, Singapore 329872
Hours: Daily 11am – 11pm
Telephone: +65 63567371

#2 Dover Road Kai Kee Wanton Mee

Wonton noodles from Dover Road Kai Kee Wanton Mee
Photo: The Straits Times

$4 plate had 3 wontons flopped beside the plate with a couple of blanched leafy vegetable over the noodles and a few carelessly scattered slices of char siew. Click here to read more.

Address: Alexandra Village Food Centre, 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, 01-09,
Hours: 7am to 4pm, closed on Tuesday


Photo: Noms
Photo: Noms

From the folks behind The Populus Coffee & Food Co. Senate Coffee is an outpost serving Speciality Coffee, Artisanal Teas & Scrumptious Grain Bowls. Click here to Read more.

#01-03 Great Eastern Centre
1 Pickering St, 048659

#4 Café&Meal MUJ

Cafe&Meal MUJI @ Paragon
Photo: Diary Cream

I aim to cook as simply as possible to bring out the ingredients natural taste which are full of blessings from the sun, soil and water. Dine with ‘Simple Food’ that is gentle for your body, kind to the world and delicious, amidst the relaxing ambience at Café&Meal MUJI. Read more here.

#5 Fish & Chicks

Fish & Chicks
Photo : Eatbook

For the price and portions given, I would say it’s 100% worth the buy. This combination of local flavors with the crisp, crunchy fries and fish, struck the right chords with us. The consistency of the sauce suited us – not too watery or thick, imparting just the right amount of flavour without making the fried fish taste too jelak.  Read more Here