9 Lor Mee stalls in Singapore you don't want to miss!

Lor Mee or called 卤面 in chinese is a Hokkien noodle dish that originates from Zhang Zhou, China. It is usually served in a thick viscous gravy that is made from corn starch, spices, and eggs. The usual ingredients added are braised pork, fried battered fish, braised egg, and ngoh hiang. Some stalls are more unique such as fried shredded yam or shark fish nuggets. Tbh, I don't see a lot of places selling Lor Mee nowadays so I have compiled a list of 9 Lor Mee stall from Singapore.


A group of penguins is called "Huddle". The concept here is to have your friends over and gather at Tipsy Penguin. And of course, who can forget about alcohol when it's called "TIPSY" penguin. They have a variety of alcohol from draft beer, mocktails, shots, soju, red and white wine, sparkling, whiskey and house pour such as gin, vodka, tequila, etc. 

It's basically a hybrid of Asian fusion bistro, sports bar, and live music haunt. If you got a large group with a minimum spending of $250, you can get their private KTV room to sing to your heart's content. It's a multi-concept restaurant that you don't want to miss! It is also located within walking distance from Tampines MRT Station.

Address: 300 Tampines Ave 5, #01-02A, Singapore 529653

Opening Hours: 12pm - 11pm daily

Check out their menu here.

Make reservations via Quandoo here.

We huddled at @tipsypenguinsg and ordered a plethora of dishes.


KIZUNA was originally an old bakery called Shangri-La Confectionary and Delicatessen in Potong Pasir. It was recently revamped into this cafe called KIZUNA by their 3rd generation. I have never stepped into the previous confectionary having worked around the area for quite a while. I only noticed it when the new cafe opened. They have managed to retain the door that was in the bakery and used it as the main door into the cafe. You can spot the old mooncake mold used by the bakery as the door handle too.

I ordered the @kizunasg mini croissant set ($7.80). The flaky and buttery croissant is cut in the middle. My set consists of the more instagrammable Slipper Lobster 🦞 (+$3) and Egg 🥚 Mayo. 


What's not to love about Norwegian Salmon! Hailing from Norway, Norwegian salmon casual fast-food chain store Pink Fish sets ashore and opened its first stall outside of their home country in Jewel Changi. True to their fish theme, You can find engraved fish scale patterns throughout their premise. Allegedly Norway's answer to Mcdonalds or KFC too according to the internet.

14 chicken rice stalls in Singapore you don't want to miss!

Chicken rice is considered one of the National dish here in Singapore. It is one of the ubiquitous local dishes found in Hawker centers, coffee shops, or even restaurants. There are various kinds of chicken such as steamed/poached, roasted, or soy sauce. I have round up 14 of the well-known and not so known ones chicken rice stall for ya'll to check out.

REVIEW: PLATFORM 1094 for some Harry Potter Magic - Harry potter themed cafe in Singapore

I am a huge fan of harry potter and I once owned all the books but I sold some of them. LOL 
Platform 1094 is a Harry Potter-themed cafe and their name is inspired by the infamous Platform 9 3/4 from the HP movies. It is the first wizard themed cafe in Singapore. 

The interior features brick walls, wood-paneled ceilings, and soft chandelier light fixtures reminisce of the castle while chairs decorated with colorful stag prints are matched with long wooden tables. Does it make you feel like you're at Hogwarts?

A selection of props including the iconic harry potter black-framed spectacles and wands and the wizard robes are provided, allowing guests to truly get into character to fulfill their ultimate cosplay purpose. 

If you're reminiscing about the Wizarding World of harry potter in Osaka, or can't afford a trip to Wizarding World just yet, here's your chance to a pretty great alternative. The cafe is along Serangoon Road and is a pretty easy find. 

What to order: 
Expect some nice drinks such as Mr. Lich's Flaming Brew. It is basically blue curacao liqueur, lemonade, and Bacardi rum, and the flame is caused by sprinkling cinnamon powder. This is THE drink that everyone orders when they come here.  Does it remind you of the Goblet of Fire?

I also ordered The Goal’s Seeker which caused a whopping $15. Not worth for the money I paid but oh so cute.. with the tiny golden snitch nestled on top of the chocolate.

For the mains, I ordered the Crab Meat Aglio Olio ($17) which consists of crab meat, smoked salmon, flying fish roe. The al dente spaghetti was tossed in beurre monte sauce. This was so good! 

Click here for their menu.

Address: 1094 Serangoon Road
Singapore 328192 (Nearest to Boon Keng MRT Station)
Opening Hours: Tues - Sun 10:00am - 10:00pm 
Closed on Monday


I'm sure Yum Cha 飲茶酒樓 is already a well-known Dim Sum restaurant in Singapore. What do I think of when Dim Sum comes to my mind, I will always think of having a Breakfast Buffet with pushcarts and also high tea buffet. They are undoubtedly one of the best Dim Sum restaurants in Singapore.

Weekday High tea Dim Sum Buffet
$26.80 for adults
$16.80 for child

Here are some of the dishes I had when I dined at Yum Cha earlier in March for the International Guide Dogs Days collaboration.

Mini Abalone Siew Mai
Siew Mai, the Chinese steamed pork and shrimp dumplings, is one of the most popular items at dim sum restaurants. They are generous in the fillings as you can see that it's brimming outwards! Topped with a mini Abalone for that touch of prosperity and premium. This was only available in March.

Crispy Roasted Pork
The pork is tender and crunchy with delicious crispy and perfectly golden skin (crackling) with mustard sauce for you to dip in.

Crispy Youtiao Prawn Cheong fun
The traditional Chee Cheong Fun but with youtiao and prawns inside. The succulent prawn is wrapped with a layer of crispy you tiao before enclosed by a thin layer of rice noodle sheet. Not every Cheong fun has that crunch.

Fragrant Pork Slice with Crushed Garlic
Cucumber slice wrapped around by a piece of pork slice drizzled in a medley of crushed garlic and in-house special sauce.

Honey Roast Char Siew and Crispy Roasted Duck
How about some roasted meat?! The honey roasted char siew is marinated with honey for the sweet taste and luscious glistening caramelization, The roasted duck has this irresistibly crispy skin and tender duck meat.

Poached spinach with regular egg, century & Salted egg
A must-order dish whenever we dine out at tze char store. The century egg and salted egg added the umami to the flavourful broth with the regular egg adding that silkiness to thicken the broth and bind the whole dish together.

They are available for delivery via their yum cha express website or using oddle.

Address: 20 Trengganu Street (Off Temple Street)
#02-01 (Chinatown) Singapore 058479
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 10:30am – 10:30pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 9am – 10.30pm
Delivery: FoodpandaDeliverooGrabfood

Address: 6 Changi Business Park Ave 1
#01-33 UE Bizhub EAST (next to NTUC)
Singapore 486017
Opening Hours: Mon to Fri: 10.30 am – 3pm, 6pm – 9pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 9 am – 3pm, 6pm – 9pm
Delivery: Foodpanda

Sushi-GO, a Shinkansen Sushi Concept by RE&S Group, Unveils New Menu with Over 100 Varieties

 Sushi prices start from S$1.80 while premium items such as ikura gunkan and sashimi go at below S$6

Sushi-GO is proud to announce the launch of its new menu, which comprises over 100 varieties, including innovative sushi, hot items, and desserts! The restaurant doles out delicious sushi offerings starting from S$1.80 while premium items such as ikura gunkan and sashimi are affordably priced below S$6. Not only that, but Sushi-GO also offers an extensive cooked-food menu, which features crowd favorites such as ramen, soft shell crab tempura, takoyaki, and karaage. With these cooked-food and hot dishes, there is something for the whole family, from kids to adults.

Maxi Mango, Philippines’ Top Trending Mango Soft Serve With Queues Over 4 Hours, Set To Open in Singapore

Maxi Mango
Maxi Mango has gone viral in the Philippines with the sprout of over 43 outlets in just a short span of 10 months?! They picked up speed and opening their first outlet here at Capitol Piazza. We have seen many trending stores there such as Tiger Sugar, Wu Pao Chun, etc and Maxi Mango is giving them the run for the money with their delicious Mango items! 

Maxi Mango started as a pop-up kiosk at food fairs in 2017. A brave endeavor by 33-year-old Miki and Ivan Velasquez, the couple took a leap of faith by investing all their savings into the business before it became the massive success it is today. 

Do you know that Mangoes are the national fruit in the Philippines and they pride themselves with the best mango? The mangoes at Maxi Mango Singapore are from there and I gotta say they are so juicy and undeniably sweet but not cloying so. Look at those sizeable golden cubes~

The Maxi Mango franchise is brought to Singapore by local lawyer-investor Jean Foo, who will work closely with the owners to expand Maxi Mango within Singapore, and subsequently around the Asia Pacific region.

Maxi Mango officially opened on 2 August 2019 at Capitol Piazza.

Perfect for a hot day in sunny Singapore, join us at the media tasting to get your mango soft serve fix!

Address: 13 Stamford Rd, Capitol Piazza, #B2-29 
Singapore 178905
Opening Hours: 11.30am to 9.30pm daily

Check out Maxi Mango Menu

🤟🏻Mango Graham (Topped with crushed GRAHAM crackers)

Mango Ube (PURE UBE from Philippines; No Artificial colour)

Mango Keso (Indulgent CHEESE 🧀 topping)

🆕 Mango Coconut (SG EXCLUSIVE)

Maxi Mango (Signature)