Bowl & Grill
The rare find offers “happiness bowls”, which are essentially
healthy build-your-own-bowls at unbelievable prices.
Think Grilled Salmon, Steak or Chicken Cutlet with Nacho
Cheese atop bases like teriyaki soba, aglio olio, rice or salad.
And with a wobbly onsen egg and for the price of $5 to $7!
Grills and burgers will also please those looking for variety,
along with sides to share like Cheese Takoyaki and
Truffle Popcorn Chicken.
Michin Korean BBQ & Hotpot
Save this if you’re a big meat lover, bulking up, or just plain
hungry. The selection of free flow marinated meats here
including Black Pepper Chicken, Shoyu Pork, Spanish Iberico
Pork Shabu Shabu Belly, Garlic Beef Slice, and Garlic Pork
Collar, and premium meats like and Australian Wagyu Shabu
Shabu Slice at a price top up will satisfy the biggest meat
cravings. Not a meat eater? Go for the fresh seafood selection
of clams, mussels and lobster balls. They also have over
30 vegetables and sides and a total of six soup bases to
pick from, including Kimchi, Mala, Tom Yum, Ginseng,
Seaweed and Collagen.
Armenian Street Char Kway Teow
Fans of the favourite fried flat-noodle Singaporean dish
should already be acquainted with Armenian Street Char
Kway Teow, which is one of the last standing stalls helmed
by first-generation hawkers and has been running since 1949.
In addition to the prerequisite wok hei, crunchy pork lard
pieces and lashing Chinese sausages, bean sprouts, chives,
cockles and egg, you’ll find here the difference that comes
from having the pork lard rendered fresh daily and the chye
poh mixed with garlic for extra flavour.
Sengkang Square Oyster Omelette
Affordable without skimping on fresh ingredients like
prawn and oysters, it’s no wonder that this halal-certified
stall is always with a big crowd from morning till night.
Don’t just come for their oyster omelette. The rest of their
menu including hokkien mee, fried carrot cake, char kway
teow and barbequed wings is also consistently good.