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Gastronomiebereich
“Old Airport Road Food Centre houses an army of hawkers who have been conquering our hearts and stomachs with mouthwatering dishes since 1973. The beloved food centre boasts a wide variety of stalls and is the place to head to for good local cuisine, making it one of the busiest spots during lunch and dinner. 新加坡的资深吃货无人不知此地,在这里你可以找到各种各样的美食,在新加坡每个地区都会有这么一两个老而不衰的熟食中心。 推荐菜:多丽哥粿汁(#01-32)、加东亚顺蚝煎(#01-07)、南星福建炒虾面(#01-32)、新美香卤面(#01-116)。 地址:BIK51 Old Airport Road 到达方式:地铁黄色环线CC7,Mountbatten站下,沿着Old Airport Road走5分钟。 营业时间:每天10:00-22:00。 ”
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Gastronomiebereich
“Geylang Serai Market is one of the biggest and busiest wet markets in Singapore. A market in a traditional Malay kampong house. The second floor of Geylang Serai Market is home to hundreds of food stalls with main focus on Malay and Indian cuisine. This is the best food court to enjoy Malay dishes such as asam pedas stingray (spicy stingray), beef rendang (spicy beef), ikan terubok (fried fish) and goreng pisang (banana fritters).”
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“if you like indian food, this is the one in the east, pricing very reasonable with the quality, they were nominated michelin two star.”
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“With a school attendance logbook that doubles up as a menu, along with tin cups and retro flooring, Sinpopo Brand exudes undeniable old school vibes. Run by the folks behind Awfully Chocolate, the cafe pays tribute to Joo Chiat’s traditional heritage while adding a spruce of modern charm through their innovative cuisines. Armed with their new menu, expect to find familiar local favourites with a Western twist with mains like the Sinpopo Beef Shortrib Horfun ($16) and desserts like the Orange Kaya Pisang Crème Brûlée ($7). We tried out one of their best sellers – the Har Jeong Kai Burger ($16). On first bite, this juicy burger exceeded all of my expectations and set the bar for chicken burgers everywhere. Covered with a prawn paste batter and fried to a perfect crisp, the succulent piece of har jeong kai oozed with sinful juiciness as I sliced through this delicious monster. The mayonnaise dripping over the sides also did a nice job of combining all the ingredients in a delectable manner and gave the har jeong kai that extra kick. For dessert, we got a taste of the Chilled Pandan Soufflé ($9), which can be summed up in 2 words – delightfully lemak. The pandan soufflé was fragrant and creamy, pairing very nicely with the bed of almond streusel. The thin sesame dentelle, made with pieces of dried caramelized crêpes, gave the dish an extra crisp, localising this dessert and making it comfortingly familiar to any Singaporean palate. But don’t just take our word for it, try these delicious treats for yourself! Address: 458 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427671 Opening Hours: Tues to Thurs 12 pm – 10 pm | Fri to Sat 12 pm – 12 am | Sun 12 pm- 10 pm | Closed on Mondays”
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“This is probably the most authentic looking Hong Kong style dim sum in Singapore”
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“Looking for decent Western food in Geylang? If you're staying in Geylang and you're tired of Asian food served in many food courts around the area, you should go to The Ranch.”
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Chinesisches Restaurant
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“Local snacks ,Soya Bean drinks and Beancurd at very affordable local prices . Open 24hours”
  • Von 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
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“No Signboard Seafood Restaurant offers some of the best Chinese cuisine in Singapore, serving a tantalising collection of dishes that are suitable for seafood lovers and simple get together. MUST TRY: Items to look forward to include White Pepper Crab, Cheese Lobster, Chilli Crab and many more.”
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Vietnamesisches Restaurant
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“Address: Grandlink Square, 511 Guillemard Road, #01-25, Grandlink Square, 399849 Little Vietnam Restaurant and Coffee is one of the most popular casual Vietnamese eateries in Singapore. This restaurant is really peaceful for an evening out with friends.”
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“A hip little bar that serves awesome ciders at affordable price. You can interact with expats and locals from all walk of lives. ”
  • Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
Chinesisches Restaurant
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“Famous for crab, go there early or be prepared to wait. *Located at 534 Geylang Road”
  • Von 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
“Smokey's is the best if you just want an easy night out, dinner after you arrive. It's just around the corner, with great beers on tap and they do a mean steak and ribs. Recommended: baby back ribs and the rib-eye steak. Also, really good fries. ”
  • Von 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
Meal Takeaway
“Famous local dessert, bean curd, fried dough fritters. Open 24 hours. But it's a small local shop, better to takeaway.”
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Grill-Imbiss
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“Open until early morning, good fresh, clean skewers menu and has vegetarian options and salads. Both aircon and non-aircon seating available. ”
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Vietnamesisches Restaurant
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“Located just across the street from Jinji Teochew Traditional Steamboat Restaurant and Enjoué Bakery, Long Phung is a restaurant whose menu focuses primarily on Vietnamese cuisine. Once a hidden gem in Joo Chiat, Long Phung is now a place where many flock to for authentic Vietnamese fare without breaking the bank. 159 Joo Chiat Road Singapore 427436 Tel: +65 6440 6959 Daily: 12pm – 11pm”
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