I love the name of this place. Short and simple and industrious and pronounceable – you couldn’t ask for more. According to Hungry Ang Mo, it’s derived from the Cantonese pronunciation of the chef’s hometown – Anson ( 523 more words
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Gokul occupies a hallowed position in Singapore’s vegesphere. It is revered by food bloggers, and has achieved a seemingly untouchable rating of 88% on HungryGoWhere. Gokul’s reputation most definitely precedes it, and, if you believe what you read, it would appear to be the mecca of vegetarian eateries in Singapore. 600 more words
Being old school Singaporeans, we like our breakfasts heavy and satisfying enough to get us through the morning.
Bee hoon is one of our favourite options, mainly because you can often find it at economic bee hoon stalls, where you can stave away your hunger pangs for a mere $2.90 in the typically overpriced CBD area. 248 more words
A lot of thought and effort go into running Yi Lian. The servers wear matching uniforms (yellow t-shirt, red apron) and haircuts, and are generally very helpful; a variety of notices inform you of “today’s specials”, “signature dishes” and how (and where) to queue up; the signage is as colourful as it is interesting. 315 more words
I’ve been on my vegan journey for nearly 2 years now, but I still occasionally get a meat cravings. It’s usually triggered by one of Marco’s BBQ’s, when I see my friends and family enjoying his gourmet sausages from the local organic butcher. 251 more words