Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Seoul Garden Hotpot - bringing a curious foodie

My colleague, Sri and I are avid fans of Korean variety shows. Especially when they involve FOOD. And believe it or not, she hadn't tried ACTUAL Korean food, save for the occasional ones I cooked from home.

So when we happen to watch a show that seemed to involve a whole load of Korean food being cooked and eaten, we decide that it's about time that we head over and enjoy some for ourselves.

Seoul Garden HotPot seemed to be the only restaurant selling Halal ala carte Korean food. We head over to my favourite branch at Harbourfront because we deem ourselves 'too old' to head to town (another branch is at Cineleisure). After work, especially.

Hot cinnamon tea & white fungus sweet soup

My default drink order when I'm here. It's very easy on my stomach and help to digest the food better somehow.

The cold white fungus is a dessert that comes together with the set meal.

Kimchi of the day (cucumber namul)

Deep-fried oyster mushrooms (foregd) 
Deep-fried mid-joint wings (backgd)

The mushroom is a must-have order for starters. The fried chicken is chosen as our side in the dinner set meal.

Japchae (pan-fried seafood glass noodles)

My colleague was ever so curious about this dish. So we ordered it. She loved it.

Those glass noodles/vermicelli, called 'dangmyeon' are unlike the Chinese type we get here. These are made from sweet potato so it's thicker, chewier and darker. And pretty filling.

Beef Bulgogi Bibimbap

How can we introduce Korean food to someone without having them try the Bibimbap? Opted for the beef 'bulgogi' (sweet & garlicky soy sauce marinade) version. And of course, I opt to top up $1 for my fave 'kimgaru' (seaweed) rice.

I love that they add a generous heap of 'tobikko' (flying fish roe). A good tip is to add more 'gochujang' (spicy bean paste) sauce than what is given in the small platter. Small jars of them are available on the tables.

Totally enjoy digging at the crispy and charred rice bits at the bottom of the iron bowl!

Mandu (meat dumpling) hotpot

My colleague's definitely trying different things, most of which are reminiscent of what she's seen on the various variety shows.

This savoury and spicy soup was such a refreshing end to that particular weekday. With enoki & shitake mushrooms, cucumbers, kimchi, mung bean sprouts and chicken dumplings inside; it was indeed hearty and satisfying. We can't stop slurping down the soup!

Both of us walked out feeling really full, yet very, very satisfied. She loved the food so much, she came back again with her family!

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Ayam Penyet Ria - Fried-food galore!

It was a rainy afternoon and we were seeking comfort food. Something familiar, homely yet.. different?

Settled on heading to Bedok Mall. Over there, it's either Ottoman Kebab & Grill or Ayam Penyet Ria. Seeing that a couple of peeps in our group aren't too keen on Mediterranean stuff, we settled on the latter.

Seeing a queue forming, I grabbed the menu and get orders from my family while in the line. Pretty frustrating when one heads to the toilet, one chased after my son and another can't hear me above the din.

Fried food galore ~ 

(clockwise from top left) Basket of emping melinjo & kerupuk udang mix, Bawal (pomfret) penyet, rice, boneless ayam (chicken) penyet, sup buntut (oxtail soup), oyster sauce kailan & fried enoki mushroom.

More fried food!

(clockwise from top left) deep-fried chicken skin (how sinful can that be??!), lele (catfish) penyet, Pempek Palembang & Soto ayam

That chicken skin thingy was my brother's choice. He was like, "It's very nice, ok??" At that time, the only fried skin I adore is salmon skin. But, I took a bite and end up sharing that basketful of delightful crisps with him. Nevermind my hubby's glare.

That Pempek Palembang was my order. My 1st experience with 'pempek' was a batch given by my masseuse, who hail from Palembang- a city in Southern Sumatra. It is that region's speciality. It's actually savoury fried fishcakes made with fish and tapioca starch. And eaten with this vinegary, sweet soy sauce.

Later on, I had another go at a cafe in Batam. Another time, hubby's niece brought back a box after a school trip to Palembang. I really should have given her more cash so she can bring back 3 boxes instead.

And now that I know it's served here… well, guess it'll be a permanent order whenever I'm here, then. Even though the portion seems a tad small.

And that hearty bowl of Soto ayam is what I'll order whenever my son is around. Can't go wrong with chicken soup and rice for kids. I like that this have that strong garlicky accent. I wonder if they topped this off with 'koya'. Some savoury powder made from crushed prawn crackers & garlic. It's commonly served with Soto Lamongan back in Jakarta.

I still can't gripe enough about the slow service, there. Seeing how efficient they were at the former branch in Bedok Point, it irked me to have to bear with at least 1/2hr before the first batch of food made an appearance on our table.

Maybe they have a change of proprietors? Whatever it is, I'm glad that the 'sambal' (chilli paste) here remained the same. And consistently spicy! Shiok!

Thursday, April 10, 2014

21 on Rajah - Weekday Dinner Buffet

Heard so many rave reviews and seen gorgeous food pictures of the buffet offering at the recently-Halal restaurant ~ 21 on Rajah, located within the new Days Hotel. My colleague, Sri and I have had enough and decide to check it out for ourselves.

We've always been 'buffet partners' and it's only right we both go together to explore.

Chose to go on a weekday to avoid unnecessary crowd.

The great service here deserves a mention (and a thumbs up). I did keep a lookout for points that will be noticed by those with initiative and they passed easily.

1- Reservation was made easily over the phone. When asked about different offerings between weekday & weekend dinners, they were upfront about the absence of the 'Rojak' station as well as crayfish in the seafood section.

2- I wonder if they'll make effort to the heavily pregnant me (made no special requests over the phone). As soon as we were shown our table somewhere in the middle of the dining area, the staff looked at me and asked, "Would you like a seat nearer to the front?" Awesome!! Our table was the NEAREST to the food.

3- We don't bother to be prim & proper when peeling the seafood shells. When I got up for a 2nd round of seafood, I came back to see a bowl of water with lemon wedges (for washing hands). My dining partner asked, "Did you request for this?" Nope, I did not. But that's another PLUS for their service!

4- The staff manning the roast station saw me taking pictures and told me hold back on taking a pic of the almost skeletal seabass, right then. He offered to call me when a freshly-grilled/baked seabass comes out.

5- The same staff offered to order a laksa for me from his friend manning the laksa counter. He even asked if I want more prawns. I declined, saying that I've had enough prawns from the seafood station. He replied, "Maybe you don't want. What about your baby?" Aww...

6- Staff offering to help bring a fully-laden plate to my table. I declined. Paiseh. 

Okay… on with the food!


This sculpture within the restaurant is just sooo cute!

The dining area 

White and blue contemporary concept. Very Santorini, somehow. Spacious. The hanging bird cages are a nice touch, though.

Desserts station!

Flanking the left side are the mousses & puddings in shot glasses and mini containers.

In the middle is a platter of local delicacies like Nyonya/Malay kuehs.

Beside it are the cuts of fresh fruits.

The plated tiers on the right are small cuts of cakes and more shot glasses of sweet things (I later learnt that they are Durian Pengat).

The sushi & seafood station

There weren't many varieties of sushi. Just Inari Sushi, California Maki, Corn Gunkan And Tobikko (flying-fish roe) Gunkan. Accompanying condiments are the slices of pickled ginger, wasabi and 'shoyu' (soy sauce).

As we've already been told that the crayfish won't be available on week nights, we didn't expect much. But there are still ample green-lipped mussels, fresh tiger prawns and snow crabs (claws and legs).

Accompanying condiments for these are the regular lemon wedges, Tobasco sauce, tomato salsa, garlic salsa verde and lemon-wasabi mayo.

The line of food stations

Fondue station

Located in a corner, beside the salad bar.

There are jars of marshmallows, biscotti & lady's finger biscuits. Then there are bowls of almond slivers, grapes, dried apricots and raisins, I think?

And of course- the fountain of flowing warm & decadent, dark chocolate sauce.

Salad & Cold Dishes/Appetisers bar

The appetisers:
(From top-left) Oriental chicken salad, Wild mushroom salad, many many slices of smoked salmon (OMG!) and potato salad.

Nothing drives me crazy like the salad bar.

In the left corner were all the salad condiments like pickled capers, garlic & beetroot. There are slices of fresh zucchini, julienned carrots and wedges of tri-coloured bell peppers.

The salad bar had a big bowl of mixed mesclun greens, large leaves of cos lettuce and another bowl of rocket/arugula. And various salad dressings. Also croutons. There's an empty bowl with salad tongs for people who prefer to mix their own salad.

Braised Lamb Shank

My favourite! I loooove lamb. Can't wait to try this!

Steamed Fish Fillet in Superior Soy Ginger sauce

Looks like a simple dish but the sauce does appear tantalising.

Roasted food station - Freshly-grilled/baked Moroccan Seabass

Apparently, the type of roasted/grilled meat served at this station change daily. I've seen pictures of the rib-eye steak online and since we knew that this station will still be available, I had assumed the steak will be there.

Turns out that day, the grilled item is Moroccan seabass. A huge one, at that.

Look at the hefty fish in all it's glory! All disappointment of not getting any red meat flew out the window at the sight of this beauty.

I so happened to be in the area when I heard the kitchen manager telling his staff to, "Get the fish ready!"

Hearing that, I scrambled to get my phone. The friendly staff who offered to call me when when a new fish is to be brought out; looked around and smiled when he saw me. He called me over. "Ready to take picture?" he asked.

"Of course!" And only then, did he bring out the he-yuge platter out onto the station, with the scent of grilled spices wafting from behind it. He let me take some pics and waited for my 'OK' signal before proceeding to carve the fish and serve the line of people.

Sibeh paiseh (very embarrassing) but he really kept his words!

Baked/grilled fish being served to individual plates

With every time he serve a slab of fish meat, he will repeat the same warning about small bones within the flesh. And to be careful.

With my plate of seafood & sushi

I only took 1 item from the Japanese food section - the California maki. Sushi = carbs = filling. Gotta' avoid that when having buffet!

I heaped on the prawns, mussels, snow crab claws and legs. Took dollops of tomato salsa, the delish garlic salsa verde and my favourite lemon-wasabi mayo.

Needless to say, I went for a 2nd round of these awesomeness!

My plate of salad/cold dish/appetisers

I didn't mix my salad in the bowl as I like to try out the various salad dressings available. So I heaped on the loose leaves of mesclun greens, julienned carrots and croutons with many dollops of the various dressings on the side.

Of course I sampled ALL the appetisers available.

The potato salad looked simple but it's tasty. Tasted almost like an Indian dish because it seemed spiced. The wild mushroom salad was tasty too (as ALL mushroom dishes are!).

The Oriental chicken salad, as expected; did remind me a lot like chicken rice. Really! Refreshing taste, though. Not gamey at all, despite it being a cold chicken dish (I'm skeptical about eating cold chicken meat).

And of course, the slices of smoked salmon. I dipped those in the lemon-wasabi mayo from the seafood station. With added wasabi. And some rocket leaves.

In the background is a bowl of warm pumpkin soup (soup-of-the-day). It's really delish and it's not the kind that's heavy on spice, so its more sweet-ish..

Hot foods - Western

(From top-left) Ricotta cheese tortellini, braised lamb shank, seafood in spicy tomato sauce, baked potato wedges.

The tortellini was something I've never had before so I was really curious. Too bad it was kinda' soggy after sitting too long in the cream sauce. The skin became too thick as a result and totally overwhelm the cheese filling inside.

The braised lamb shank had really tender meat and the sauce was nice. But the meat appear a lil' dry at parts (maybe due to over-exposure) and tasted a lil' gamey too. I countered that with the help of some garlic salsa verde.

The seafood in spicy tomato sauce was filled with a chock full of seafood varieties like mussels, scallops, calamari rings, prawns and fish fillet. The sauce came off a lot like marinara, albeit a bit more watery. I think it was supposed to be a more Mediterranean flavour?

The baked potato wedges was a simple dish, meant to accompany all the other dishes, perhaps.

Hot foods - Eastern/Oriental

(From top-left) Sweet & sour chicken, steamed fish fillet, grilled seabass and crabmeat fried rice. The only item from this section that I didn't take was the Chinese greens (Kailan) in oyster sauce.

The sweet & sour chicken and steamed fish fillet were pretty tasty! 

Took dollops of the wasabi-lemon mayo and garlic salsa verde to complement the fleshy grilled seabass meat.

The friendly chap at the roast/grilled meat section gave me a much bigger portion of the fish (as compared to what he gave others) and chose the tasty, crispy and well-seasoned section near the breast/pectoral fins.

The Moroccan spices totally complement the sweet fish meat! Whoa. 

After all that delicious goodness, the fried rice came off as a tad bland, though. Pfft. 


There's someone to prepare the laksa for you. Just make the request and a portion will be prepared on the spot. I think you can ask for more prawns, if you want. No 'see hum' (cockles) though.

We can self-serve the 'sambal' (chilli paste) and laksa leaves (Vietnamese mint) ourselves, after the piping hot bowl of laksa is served to us.

After this round of hot food, I felt that if I didn't move on to desserts, I might not have room in my belly for those sweet treats.

Especially when we sat sooo near the desserts station and we saw people already flocking to help themselves. I-must-not-miss-out!

The amount of local and western delicacies were more or less equal. Stuff like Nyonya/Malay kueh and puddings/cakes etc. There's even a pot of Bubur Terigu (I think this will change everyday).

Desserts plate 01

- Choc-dipped fruit & marshmallow skewers, lady's finger biscuit & biscotti -
   from the self-service Fondue station
- Klepon/Onde2/Buah Melaka           } From the dessert station
- Potent Durian Pengat in a shot glass }

Desserts plate 02

Small slices of Carrot Cake, Mango Cheesecake, Blueberry Cheesecake and Mango Pudding.

The carrot cake was a tad too sweet. The cheesecake flavour was too subtle. The mango pudding was nice to me, though.

Desserts 03

I love all these desserts in shot-glasses/mini containers thingy. Just so fun to eat, you know. Don't forget to grab a teaspoon, though.

(From front)
- Kaya mousse w/ Gula Melaka & Crumble
- Durian Pengat w/ Gula Melaka
- same as above but taste more… stale (maybe left out a lil' too long)
- Blueberry Panna Cotta?
- Mango Pudding
- Raspberry Panna Cotta?

The Kaya thingamagic was quite decadent. Rich kaya taste but not too cloying like you've eaten out of a jar of those green stuff. The cookie crumble on top complement it rather well.

The Durian Pengat was the bomb! Honestly, I've never tasted this type of Durian Pengat (supposedly 'Nyonya-style'?) before and apparently it's pretty popular at hotel buffets, nowadays.

Liked it so much that I went back to the dessert station and stealthily snuck one away before someone else grabbed it.

The panna cotta tasted a lil' 'meh'? Hence, the question mark. Can't really figure out if it's indeed panna cotta. Did taste a lil' milky, though.

The only station that I did not take a pic of was the drinks station (despite us being seated right behind it). It was a row of 4 drink dispensers; with Calamansi, Bandung, Iced water (w/ lemon) & Pineapple-flavoured drinks. I regularly topped up on the ice-water & calamansi. Nicely refreshing!

The only downer was that you gotta get you own ice-water. No one's gonna refill your glass, if you get what I mean. In fact, they clear the glass away once it's empty.

Those who are used to the much bigger array of food offering/varieties at buffet restaurants like Sakura International buffet might seem disappointed to see that the varieties are much less here. But I dare say that this place is all about Quality over Quantity. It's like having Carousel-esque food but lesser varieties of course. And therefore, much (much!) cheaper.

And we got 15% off because there's some Maybank card promotion going on. So we paid the net price of $32 only, sans the ++.

And honestly, I'm comfortable with the amount of varieties that they have here. Sufficient to satisfy me yet not too overwhelming that it became a burden to try everything out. This way, I can go for another round of my favourite/preferred food items.

21 On Rajah
1 Jalan Rajah

Level 1, Days Hotel (Zhongshan Park)
Singapore 329133

Tel: 6808 6847

Opening hours:
Mon - Fri: 6:00 am - 10:30 pm
Sat - Sun: 6:30 am - 11:30 pm

Friday, March 28, 2014

Wing Zone

When I found out that Wing Zone just got their Halal-certification, I was like, "Huh? What's that, again?"

But I got really curious because:
1- It's located in Century Square, Tampines. Very near home.
2- I love chicken wings!
3- Goodness, they sure have many varieties, or what?

I checked that you'll get to try at least 2 different flavours with purchase of at least 12pcs. So I hatched a plan to gather my fellow foodie cousins. The more, the merrier and higher chance to try more flavours!


The restaurant appear spacious. However seats seem to be limited somehow. To accommodate our group of 7 pax, I have to wait patiently before I can get 3 tables in a row.

There are bottles of chilli sauce and tomato ketchup on every table. Yay!

Orders are to be made at the counter and no menus available on the floor so the queue get easily held up by those making last min. decisions after browsing through the menu at the counter itself. I'm smart enough to browse through their menu online so I was well-prepared and even had people gave way to me when they can't decide yet on what to order. Heh.

Their menu can be seen HERE.

Their drinks are served fast-food style (from dispensers/fountains) and there's a jug of ice-water available on the side (self-service). Each table is given a disc upon order and it will light-up/vibrate when food is ready for collection at the servery counter.

30pcs of wings and  jumbo portion of wedge fries

With 30pcs of wings, we were given a choice of 3 flavours. *rubs hands in glee*

We kept referring to the Flavour Zone but can't really decide which ones to choose. Their flavours are graded based on their heat/spiciness level :
1- A polite dose of spark
2- Get your engine going
3- If you like to really sweat
4- BURN with pleasure

Curious about the 'Nuclear Habanero' which is the only flavour that's graded 4 but I fear that it's might be history repeating itself like in the Nene Chicken experience. And it's habanero, le. One of the hottest chillies ever. Chili Padi (birds-eye chilli) are only 50,000-100,000 Scoville heat units. Habanero is 200,000 - 300,000!

So we opt for the next in the list: Hotshot (grade 3), Tokyo Dragon (also grade 3) and Garlic Parm (Grade 2).

From top: Onion rings, mozzarella stix, carrots & celery

Ordered the Family Pack, which comes with  30 wings (Original or Boneless), 2 Jumbo Wedge Fries (changed one of that to Onion Rings), 2 Ranch or Blue Cheese dip (took one of each) + Carrots & Celery.

Yes, literally large, chunky sticks of fresh carrot & celery- Healthiest. Side. Ever.

I have to admit that they go really well with both the salsa and blue cheese dip, though.

We also add on the Mozzarella Stix (single portion only). I love that the onion rings are real onion rings that's coated with batter and fried .

Wedge Fries

Not many are fans of wedges (maybe it's the mushy centre?) but it's interesting to see these wedges are crinkle-cut as well.

Came out piping hot. No complaints there.

Ranch and Blue Cheese dip

The ranch dip is basically mild salsa. And yes, the blue cheese is stinko. Although not as pungent as I expected. Love it all the same!

Works really well to neutralise the really tangy buffalo wings sauce.


Maybe I overlooked the description that says: Buffalo flavour. Maybe I've forgotten my dislike for Buffalo wings. Buffalo sauce- if you're curious, taste very much like Tobasco sauce. Period.

Salty, sour and... that's it. Spicy?? NO. Argh!

The only way I can tolerate this is to dip in the sweet chilli + blue ranch sauce .

Garlic Parm

'Parm' being short for 'Parmesan'. I expect some strong cheesy flavour (maybe reminiscent of the one from Nene Chicken?) but all I got was some tangy taste, not unlike the Hotshot, actually.

Haiyah, another bad choice. So much for something cheesy for an alternative taste.

Tokyo Dragon

And… Finally. Something that we ALL like.

"Hot honey meets classic teriyaki for an experience of ginger, soy and heat."

Maybe our tastebuds are more inclined to Asian tastes? Or maybe we prefer sweet over sour? I guess the flavours we may enjoy could be the HoneyQ, Thai Chili and Sweet Samurai…?

Many have remarked that the average price of around $1.40 for a piece of wing (drumlets and mid-joint are 2 separate pieces, mind you) is a tad expensive. I gotta agree. I've also read comments from people fretting that their wings came out less warm than they prefer. Maybe service can be a lil' inconsistent, I guess.

I guess I'll only come back here where I'm very curious to check out a certain flavour or something. Or I should just get the 'Wings & Sticks' from Nene Chicken (at least I know I'll like their flavours).

Wing Zone (Singapore)
Unit: 01-19/20/21/22
2 Tampines Central 5, Century Square
Singapore 529509

Tel: 6222-WING (9464)

Opening Hours: 10am - 10pm
Their website HERE.

Friday, March 07, 2014

Ottoman Kebab & Grill

Long overdue post. Seems like with this pregnancy, I'm more keen to prepare or cook food, than talk/blog about them.

It was a Friday, the one day every week where my colleagues and I didn't pack any lunch (a 'cheat' day of sorts). As we were planning on where to go, my boss called us up and excitedly told us that Bedok Mall is already open and it's hee-yuge!

Erm… Boss, ah. I been there many times, already leh…

So when there, we were wondering as to where to eat. Given a chance, we would love to go back and sweat ourselves out at our old favourite, Ayam Penyet Ria. However, we now have a new colleague who's a strict vegetarian and I guess we gotta' reconsider that option.

That's when our boss recommend that we try out that new 'Turkish' place.

It's finally open! Back then, while many restaurants have opened their doors, this one remained closed for some time.

The menu

Quite an decent spread.


Each set comes with the soup-of-the-day and drink (go try the apple tea!). With additional $2, you can get dessert in the form of Sutluc/Sutlac, a Turkish-style Baked Rice Pudding.

Nice interiors

Contemporary, chic yet still carry subtle Mediterranean accents… Love it!


Mid-Eastern salad made of 'bulgur' (cracked wheat), tomatoes, cucumbers, finely chopped parsley, mint, onion and garlic. Seasoned with olive oil, lemon juice, and salt. Sometimes the 'burgur' is replaced with semolina.

Very refreshing starter/appetiser.

Fried calamari

Yeap, we ordered this in a mid-eastern restaurant and guess what? They did a pretty good rendition of it!

Doner chicken wrap

2 of my colleagues had this. Very savoury. Chicken was nicely marinated and tender.

Another colleague ordered the Mutton version but was later told that they've ran out of mutton so she replaced it with beef instead.

The beef tasted awesome! Its taste reminded us of Satay. I think it's because of the cumin, which is prevalent in most mid-eastern meat dishes.

Shish Adana mutton skewer

My order. Spicy, marinated minced meat, grilled on skewers that looked a lot like little swords. At least here, they remove the skewers, prior to serving. One restaurant I went to, served the skewers as well.

Sooo dangerous! Hurhur. 

 This also tasted awesome. The tender meat was nicely marinated and beautifully charred at the right places.


Ottoman Shish Platter

A large platter of grilled meat - beef, chicken & seafood, sitting atop some 'Pide'-Turkish flat bread. There's also grilled veggies like cucumbers, tomatoes, onions and red peppers.

Strictly for sharing, because it's indeed a large portion.

The meats here came in generous chunks. However, they carried less taste and depth as compared to the meats in the doner wrap or even the skewers.

Maybe, unlike the elaborate marination process for the other types of meat, these were simply sprinkled with salt and pepper before being tossed onto the grill?

Rice Pilav

I this this came as an accompaniment to my Shish Adana mutton kebab. But why are there 2 lumps? Didn't manage to ask the staff.

The rice comes off a a bit tasteless, if you ask me. I thougt pilav/pilaf rice is cooked in some kinda' seasoned broth or something?

Tomato soup & hot apple tea

One of my colleague had the set and these are the accompaniment to her Doner wrap.

The skewers of meat on display at the entrance

Enticing, isn't it? There's another display fridge showcasing all the desserts. Sadly, I can't find the famous Turkish sweet, the Baklava.

Oh, yeah I totally forgot to mention my vegan colleague. After all that meat-fest above, you must be wondering, "Just what did that poor girl eat?"

Initially, I had confidently introduced the Falafel to her. I told her just how similar falafel is to Masala Vadai, a staple Indian snack. Save that, instead of just lentils, falafel are made of ground chicken and maybe fava beans.

She agreed on the Falafel Wrap. While waiting for our food to arrive, we were later told that they've ran out of Falafel. Can you believe it? We were like, "Erm, it's too late to leave, right?"

We were at loss as to what she can eat. Luckily she was sharp enough to notice Prata Wala next door and true enough, these two eateries are actually affiliated. They gave her Prata Wala's menu and she easily chose herself a Paper Masala Dosai.

When it arrived, I was so amazed by the size and how beautifully done it was. And forgot to snap a pic. Pfft.

Ottoman Kebab & Grill
311 New Upper Changi Rd
#01-75 Bedok Mall

Thursday, March 06, 2014

Taquería ~ Affordable Halal Mexican!

Stumbled upon this VIDEO on HungrygoWhere's FB. Makes me excited!

Can check Taquería's FB.

Note the opening hours, though:
weekdays 11:30am-2:30pm

Weekday lunch only liao. How to go??

Market Street Food Centre (Golden Shoe)

Singapore 048980

Currently the menu isn't extensive and I hear the fish tacos are well recommended!

Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Buffet City is now Halal!

Boy, don't we love good news like this?!

Buffet City International Buffet Restaurant

101 Cantonment Road #01-04
Tanjong Pagar Community Centre
Singapore 089774

Hotline: 6410 9084

Fax: 6722 8520
Email: admin@buffetcity.com.sg

Plenty of Car Park lots beside the Tanjong Pagar Community Centre

Bus Stop

MRT Station
Outram MRT NE3 / Tanjong Pagar MRT EW15 (walking distance)