2017 saw a whole host of new foodie friends joining our rolling panel of Makan Kakis and along with them came a stupendous slew of new & delicious food recommendations. So as we begin 2018, let’s take a look back at some of the most popular makan places that really caught your attention in 2017. Click on each for details & enjoy!
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Makan Kakis, Chef Shen Tan is back with another surprising and delicious recommendation this week! Chicken Rice is arguably one of the most tasty and popular local dishes and while Chef Shen loves chicken rice too, when she visits Bugis Street Chuen Chuen Restaurant, it’s not usually for their chicken rice! While theirs is very good, the dish that has captured Chef Shen’s heart is the FISH HEAD CURRY! Continue reading “Super-Fresh Fish Head Curry”→
This week, our Makan Kaki Chef Anthony Yeoh returns to recommend a lunchtime noodle treat that will surely satisfy. Morsels is known for their small plates and Omakase, but did you know they open for lunch with special noodle sets inspired by self-confessed Noodle Queen, chef-owner Petrina Loh‘s travels across Asia and her own culinary upbringing? There are 4 noodle specials on rotation currently, one per week, which cycles through – be sure you pop by to try a different one every week! Each bowl of noodles comes with an appetiser & condiments.
Check out what’s on offer this week: Pork kimchi wonton noodles with Primrose Farms Pork jowl char siew in a special Herb-Infused Soya Sauce & jalapeno green chili sauce (see picture above). Luxurious, tasty and zingy from the jalepeno, this is a must-try and is available this week! Continue reading “Oodles of Noodles for Lunch”→
‘Tis the season for chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Actually, why settle for chestnuts or turkeys, when we can celebrate with a decidedly more Asian-style roast – Char Siew (roast pork), Siew Yoke (crispy pork belly) and other porky delights. In this video, follow Denise for two delicious options – one gives you a hearty hawker feast and the other, a more refined restaurant experience. Continue reading “VIDEO: LOCAL ROAST MEATS FOR CHRISTMAS”→