Best Singapore Food Guides

What to Eat
From delectable mooncakes and durian mille crepe cakes to durian with seaweed, we bring you 23 different ways to indulge in the king of fruits
Critics' Reviews
The frenzy is on for salted egg yolk croissants and we've tried them all. From bite-sized ones to a chunky version topped with biscuit crumbs, and matcha infused salted egg yolk custard… here's our verdict
What to Eat
Not quite barbecue, not quite steamboat, It’s hard not to be enticed by the allure of mookata. Here are 9 of our favourite mookata all-you-can-eat buffets
What to Drink
Monster milkshakes. We're talking about creamy ice-cold shakes tricked out with gravity defying OTT garnishes like cones of candy floss, cake pops, blocks of chocolate, onde onde and even entire donuts and slices of cake
What to Eat
Where's the best coffee, ricotta pancakes, eggs Benedict, or waffles with creative toppings in Singapore? HungryGoWhere has 50 best cafes to hunt down across the island
What to Eat
There is so much more you can do with crabs than just dousing them in chilli sauce. Take your pick from green chilli crab, crab cakes, butter crab, crab bee hoon and dumplings
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Best Singapore Neighbourhood Food Guides

Singapore Neighbourhood Food Guide
Punggol is fast becoming an area of great interest not just for couples applying for BTO flats, but also for foodies and fitness fiends alike. We suss out 20 eateries that are worth your traversing to the far-flung edges of the North-East
Singapore Neighbourhood Food Guide
The north of Singapore (Ang Mo Kio, Upper Thomson, and Yishun) is an area spotted with some of the island's best prata shops, most authentic Hakka restaurants, and an award-winning British fish and chip shop. Stash your bucks as your hard earned dollar can go a long way up north