Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Ivy's Travel: Singapore Food Diary

Singapore has always been one of our favorite for short trip. No matter how many times we've been there, personally Hubs and I never bored with the city. Our trip to Spore mostly unplanned so I always have these list of restaurant or cafe to try saved in my mobile. :) Just like our last trip to the city last month, super impromptu and super short. So, instead of reviewing the places we tried one by one, I make it in one post as we didn't try much in each restaurants. Well, happy reading then!

Address: 33/35 Kampong Bahru Road
Ph. +65 62224869
Opening hours:
Sun - Thu 9am - 10pm
Fri - Sat 9am - 12mid
Closed on Tuesday
Instagram: @strangersreu
Nearest MRT: Outram Park
Directions: Align at Outram park exit G (police catonement complex), turn right walk through police complex, continue walking straight until you see Neil rd and OKB sign on your front left. Cross over to OKB and continue walking down until you see Strangers' Reunion.

We had a scrumptious brunch at Strangers' Reunion. Their Medley of sausages ($23.90) might not be cheap but earns all the dollars spent. It comes with two kinds of sausages, chicken and pork which both tasted really good. And we love that slice of toast hidden in the bottom of a sunny side up with runny egg yolk. Mostly known for their popular waffles, we tried their Buttermilk waffles with strawberry maceration and vanilla bean ice cream ($13.90) and fully contented. The waffles would be one of the best we've had. We loved the texture and how crisp it was.

Address: 9 Jalan Kubor #01-01
Ph. +65 62919901
Opening hours:
Tue - Thu 11am - 11pm
Fri - Sat 11am - 12mid
Sun 11am - 7pm
Closed on Monday
Instagram: @symmetrysg
Nearest MRT: Lavender

All happiness depends on a leisurely breakfast - John Gunther

The foodie quote welcomes us into this quirky cafe at Bugis area. We loved what they did with the whole interior. The design is out of the box and we love how quirky it is.
Just like the quote, they serve the hell of leisurely breakfast. Our Fungi & Eggs ($24) is perfect for mushroom and eggs lover. The portion is more than enough to share for two. The eggs were cooked perfectly, medium done that we can felt the runny and moist eggs. The salmon was nicely seared and we loved how the mushrooms were seasoned well.

Address: 78 Horne Road (Opposite Jalan Besar Stadium)
Ph. +65 90047827
Opening hours:
Tue - Thu 11am - 9.30pm
Fri 11am - 10.30pm
Sat - Sun 10am - 10.30pm
Closed on Monday
Nearest MRT: Lavender

Windowsill in the woods or also known as Windowsill Pies is arguably one of the most popular cake shop in Singapore at the moment. The shop has cute designs with the teddy bear and wooden tree placed at the center of the room. When we entered the shop, we were welcome with a warm greetings and a wide selections of mouthwatering pies behind the counter. The service is to order and paid in the counter first before seated. We chose their S'mores pie ($8) and Grasshopper pie ($7.5). Both tasted so goood! We love how smooth the chocolate mousse and the marshmallow on the s'mores pie. As for the grasshopper pie, super like the minty feeling from it and the cookie crumble on top. This place is definitely recommended for sweet tooth!

Address: 333A Orchard Rd, Mandarin Gallery level 4 #21-23
Ph. +65 68366372
Opening hours: Mon - Sun 9am - 11pm
Nearest MRT: Sommerset

This Australian gourmet food store not only provides gourmet food products, but also serving a hearty breakfast, lunch, dinner. The Salt & Pepper squid with Thai basil salad ($15) might not be the most photogenic picture, but the taste is very recommended. The squid was cooked properly, not too crunchy but wasn't flabby, we love the chewy texture that goes along well with the Thai basil salad. Overall it combines the salt & pepper taste from the squid and the sour hint from Thai basil. It was a great example of protein combination. 

Address: Food stall in front of Ngee Ann City (Takashimaya) Orchard
Opening hours: 11am - 11pm 

We have been a regular to this kebab stall since they only had one stall until now evolving to 4 branches in the city. We still always go to their first stall in front of Takashimaya Orchard. We simply love their kebab. Comes in options of chicken, beef or lamb, with all you can choose of vegetables addition. The kebab is rich in flavors with fresh veggie and succulent meat. Try it and you'll get hooked. 

One of our favorite place to go in the city is the Liang Seah street at Bugis Area. It is located just accross Bugis Junction and houses of shabu shabu and desserts shops. 

Mango Pomelo ($4.2) and Grass jelly Milk ($2.4) from Ah Chew Desserts
Durian Sago with Pomelo

Ah Singapore... I'm so ready for my next visit. If you have any recommendation of great food in Spore, please feel free to drop a comment. Have a great day! =)


Avneet said...

Mouth watering clicks. LoL
But truly the clicks are too tempting,I wish I could have it.

Stacia Priscilla said...

Duh you're making me feel like buying a helicopter and fly to singapore just to eat my meals. the fungus looks soo fleshy and those desserts arr ... udah pernah coba mei heong yuan dessert yg di ion?