Supper Places suitable for couples?

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Supper Places suitable for couples?

Postby winth » Fri Jun 26, 2009 10:15 pm

Hi,

We eat any type of food (err...except beef/crab/frog legs). Any nice supper places that can recommend to us?

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Re: Supper Places suitable for couples?

Postby buds hubs » Fri Jun 26, 2009 10:26 pm

winth wrote:Hi, We eat any type of food (err...except beef/crab/frog legs). Any nice supper places that can recommend to us?


winth.. You looking for any particular area ie; central..west.. etc or any part of SG??

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Postby winth » Fri Jun 26, 2009 10:27 pm

Central most preferred.

But really dun mind any part of SG except place got to be cosy for chit chats lor...

Got lobang?

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Postby buds hubs » Fri Jun 26, 2009 11:12 pm

winth wrote:Central most preferred.

But really dun mind any part of SG except place got to be cosy for chit chats lor...

Got lobang?


Hmmm.. buds & I used to frequent Adam Road... Lots of food choices.. both halal & non halal. The prawn noodles & BBQ stingray there is nice too.. (not stingy with the prawns & reasonable size too.. BBQ chilli paste damn shiok)

What about Upp Bt Timah.. there are two shops along the stretch of Cheong Chin Nam Road. Both are "Mamak" shops.. selling all kinds of prata.. noodles, rice.. etc etc. I like the garlic "Nan" with Chicken keema (Sorry hor, maybe wrong spelling again)...

You make me hungry lah winth!! :P
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Postby RRMummy » Fri Jun 26, 2009 11:15 pm

* :wink:
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Postby buds hubs » Sat Jun 27, 2009 12:00 am

RRMummy wrote:buds hubs, fyi it's halal


OK lah...Sorry Hor. (Halal)... :wink:

I will edit post.. :D to save me the embarassment!! :celebrate:

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Postby buds hubs » Sat Jun 27, 2009 10:50 am

RRMummy wrote:* :wink:


Wah... BROWN BELT ALREADY huh...

"PEI FU" X 2.. :wink:

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Postby MLR » Sun Jun 28, 2009 1:43 am

Al ameen opposite beauty world, there is whole scretch of food stalls. Old Town White Coffee opp beauty world plaza that serves Malacca fare and toasts, pretty decent coffee.
Liquid Kitchen which is beside Da Vinci (near Bt Timah Courts) for a drink, the food is decent too Open till 12am on weekdays and 1am on weekends.
Al Majlis (arab street) - arabian food
Clementi Road (next to Kent Ridge bus interchange near nus) - cheese prata

Bedok 85 (bedok north ave 4) also good place to eat. the famous Bah Chor Mee and lots of local Favs like carrot cake, satay, BBQ wings and seafood.

Holland Village got Breek (24 hr on weekends if i remember), Coffee Club, Haagan Daz, Coffee Beans, etc.

Along Chinatown, Eu Tong Sen Street, there's the Chang Cheng porridge, dim sum, prata.

JONG SHI @ 54 zion road - desserts and snacks with over 300 items on menu, fri & sat 24hrs

24 hr HK Dim Sum Cafe - serves HK dimsum n HK styled western dishes n porridge etc.. their ice kachang is extremely BIG.. near Marina Sq.. can see when u go to marina frm citylink marina exit

Now, u know why I overweight :oops:

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Postby westmom » Sun Jun 28, 2009 11:10 am

MLR wrote:Al ameen opposite beauty world, there is whole scretch of food stalls. Old Town White Coffee opp beauty world plaza that serves Malacca fare and toasts, pretty decent coffee.
Liquid Kitchen which is beside Da Vinci (near Bt Timah Courts) for a drink, the food is decent too Open till 12am on weekdays and 1am on weekends.
Al Majlis (arab street) - arabian food
Clementi Road (next to Kent Ridge bus interchange near nus) - cheese prata

Bedok 85 (bedok north ave 4) also good place to eat. the famous Bah Chor Mee and lots of local Favs like carrot cake, satay, BBQ wings and seafood.

Holland Village got Breek (24 hr on weekends if i remember), Coffee Club, Haagan Daz, Coffee Beans, etc.

Along Chinatown, Eu Tong Sen Street, there's the Chang Cheng porridge, dim sum, prata.

JONG SHI @ 54 zion road - desserts and snacks with over 300 items on menu, fri & sat 24hrs

24 hr HK Dim Sum Cafe - serves HK dimsum n HK styled western dishes n porridge etc.. their ice kachang is extremely BIG.. near Marina Sq.. can see when u go to marina frm citylink marina exit

Now, u know why I overweight :oops:


Wah MLR..you very good...keep us happy with all these sources...
btw, I think Crystal Jade at Holland V opens 24 hours right? or maybe up to 2am....dunno

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Postby Andaiz » Fri Jul 03, 2009 6:36 pm

I agree with westmom. MLR, you've making me hungry. Think I'd show DH the list when he gets back....hahhahaha....and to think I'm supposed to reduce intake after putting on 5 kg is 8 years of marriage leh.

Gotta "up-size" my baju but no time to go shopping yet :idea:

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