#1 Fong Yong Wanton Noodle
Fong Yong Wanton Noodle is truly lived up to be cheap and good stall for its range of noodle. How often you can get a bowl of satisfactory wanton mee now for just 2.50? Click here to read more
Address: Block 538, Bedok North Market and Food Centre, #01-89, Bedok North Street 3
#2 Souper Tang
Souper Tang, a Malaysian brand famous for hearty, nourishing brews and delectable Chinese cuisine has opened its first outlet in Centerpoint. The dishes are firmly rooted in Chinese herbs as the owners hold expertise in the Chinese medical hall businesses. Click here to read more.
#3 Muji Cafe
Muji Cafe at Paragon is the kind of place that you must try once and then never try again. It serves Japanese cai fan: selection for 3 dishes at $12.90, and 4 dishes at $16.90. Change white rice to multi-grain rice, additional $1. The pricing alone would deter you from coming; I could use that money to eat 4 times at a cai fan stall. Click here to read more.
Address: 290 Orchard Road, #04-36 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859
Operation Hours: 10am-9.30pm
#4 Indulge at Park
Nestled alongside an airy courtyard in Grand Park City Hall lies Indulge at Park, a weekday Bistro and weekend Buffet place. Their magical array of Western, Asian and Local Delights are prepared with the freshest ingredients, brought together with an ingenious twist in the hands of Executive Chef Eric Ong. Click here to read more.
#5 Pompompurin Cafe
South-east Asia’s first POMPOMPURIN Cafe. For the uninitated, POMPOMPURIN is a yellow golden retriever dog character introduced by Sanrio in 1996. Every Pompompurin Café in the world adopts a theme unique to the local likes and culture; as such, the Singapore café will be furnished according to a “Garden City” theme, complete with lush greenery. Click here to read more.