Cheap & Good: Fantastic fishball mee

Eng Huat's supple and sweet fishcake and soft yet bouncy fishballs are made with fresh sai toh fish, or wolf herring, by hand from scratch every morning.

 

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Food Picks: Bak chor mee with fish maw

I like both bak chor mee and fish maw, so it did not take me long to scoot over to Bishan during lunch to the kopitiam in his post.


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Food Picks: Japanese breaded deep-fried beef

Compared with Han, the fine-dining restaurant in Odeon Towers which introduced kushi-katsu to Singapore, the versions here are rather rough.


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Food Picks: Good introduction to Shikoku cuisine

Contrary to the common Japanese practice of serving food course by course in dainty portions, this is a large porcelain platter filled with an array of raw and cooked food.


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Food Picks: Mouthwatering burger and wings

The Armoury at South Beach Quarter, for example, has a decent food menu and some of the dishes are not bad at all.


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