Kim Choo’s Kitchen
You can catch demonstrations of how to make bak chang (rice dumplings). It sells traditional kebayas (Nonya-style blouses with...
It sells traditional kebayas (Nonya-style blouses with decorative lace) and beaded shoes, and run beading classes. Don’t forget to buy...
Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple
Easily among the most beautiful Hindu temples in Singapore, Sri Senpaga Vinayagar's interior is adorned with wonderfully colourful...
Wedged in a nondescript concrete structure, Cider Pit is easy to miss. Don't. The watering hole peddles a great range of ciders,...
328 Katong Laksa
Of the numerous laksa stalls along this stretch, this is arguably the best. The namesake dish is a bowl of thin rice noodles in a light...
We were a little naive to think that the vegetarian food here would be dull. It's not. The menu features meatless variations on local favourites such as Golden Oat, where tofu (instead of prawns) is deep-fried and coated with sweet oats. The cosy dining room has communal tables, so you can enjoy a feel-good vegetarian fix with your fellow diners.