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Day 1

Chin Mee Chin Confectionary
1 Chin Mee Chin Confectionery

This charming bakery in an old shophouse offers the breakfast staple, kaya toast – toasted bread spread with sweet egg and coconut jam, and butter.

328 Katong Laksa
2 328 Katong Laksa

This popular eatery serves bowl after bowl of piping hot laksa, white rice noodles with prawns and cockles in a rich coconut-based broth.

3 PeraMakan

Head here for homely Peranakan cuisine, a beautiful blend of Chinese and Malay flavours. Try hearty dishes such as itek sio (braised duck).

Day 2

Prata Saga Sambal Berlada
4 Prata Saga Sambal Berlada

This stall does a good rendition of roti prata, a South-Indian flat bread that’s crispy on the outside yet pillowy inside, and served with curry.

Boon Tong Kee
5 Boon Tong Kee

Have lunch at this popular eatery serving Hainanese chicken rice, tender chicken meat on fragrant rice infused with garlic, ginger and chicken fat. 

Restaurant Andre
6 Restaurant ANDRE

Helmed by chef/owner André Chiang, this acclaimed restaurant sits in an intimate space in a three-storey shophouse and serves exquisite French food. 

Day 3

Tiong Bahru Market
7 Tiong Bahru Market and Food Centre

At this local food institution, try popular fare like lor mee (yellow noodles in a starchy gravy) and chwee kueh (steamed rice cakes with preserved radish).

Hajah Maimunah
8 Hajah Maimunah

This famous eatery serves nasi padang, steamed white rice served with meat and vegetable dishes, such as beef rendang (braised beef) and ikan bakar (grilled fish).

No Signboard Seafood
9 No Signboard Seafood

Chilli crab – juicy crab in egg-tomato gravy – is a must in Singapore and this eatery serves a popular version. Sop up the sauce with golden fried mantou (buns).