Now Open – My Singapore Food Street

Where do you go to taste the flavors of Singapore without leaving warmth of the Philippines? Easy – head to My Singapore Food Street. Not only does it have authentic Singapore dishes, it also offers a wide array of sumptuous Asian food.

My Singapore Food Street (18 of 20)

My Singapore Food Street is located at the 2nd level Bridgeway of SM Megamall and is a partnership between entrepreneur Jean Henri Lhuillier and TV personality/celebrity chef Vivien Tan.

Vivien Tan is proud to have experienced and tasted authentic Singapore dishes during her stay in Singapore. She mentioned that during those days Hainanese Chicken were cooked using native chicken and not cultured chicken.

My Singapore Food Street (13 of 20)

The Hainanese Chicken is known to be the national dish of Singapore and it was given justice by My Singapore Food Street. I’ve tasted Hainanese Chicken from another restaurant and it didn’t make that impact. Giving it another chance didn’t even cross my mind.

My Singapore Food Street (15 of 20)
The Hainanese Chicken meal is fresh chicken steamed in garlic, ginger, slat and spices for only P195.00

My Singapore Food Street (8 of 20)

The Hainanese Chicken meal is fresh chicken steamed in garlic, ginger, slat and spices.  Served with Hainanese rice, ginger sauce, chili sauce dark soy sauce and chicken soup. You can also choose to get the Roasted Style Chicken instead of the steam chicken.

My Singapore Food Street (10 of 20)
They also have the popular Laksa soup. The spicy noodle soup that made of with luglug noodles in coconut creamy soup topped with fish cake, togue, baby prawn and boiled egg  – P 185.

My Singapore Food Street (4 of 20)
5 Spice Tofu  is diced fried tofu in Chinese wine, ginger, five spiced powder, sliced mushroom, black pepper, dark soy sauce, garnish with fresh spring onions – P80.

My Singapore Food Street (20 of 20)
Char Kwai Teow is stir fried flat and yellow mee noodles, togue, garlic, red onion, egg, Chineses sausage, fish cake, shrimp with dark soy sauce and Thai patis – P195.

My Singapore Food Street (11 of 20)
Satay Chicken grilled chicken marinated in special spices, ginger, lemongrass and onion. Pork is also available at the same price – 2pcs/P70 4pcs/P135 and 8pcs/P250.

My Singapore Food Street (2 of 20)
Nasi Goreng is rice with charsiew meat, chinese sausage cabbage,garlic, red onion, carrots, green peas, sweet corn, shrimp, sambal chili, scrambled egg and dark soy sauce – P175.

My Singapore Food Street (9 of 20)
My Singapore Food Street (3 of 20)
Shanghai Roll is ground pork shrimp, garlic, onion, carrots, spring onion, wrapped in lumpia wrapper, fried until golden brown – P100Croquettes is fried mashed potatoes, spinach leaves and spices rolled in egg, flour and bread crumbs – 3pcs/P80.

My Singapore Food Street (6 of 20)
The next photos you’ll be seeing are my favorites. The Milo Dinosaur which is Milo chocolate smoothie topped with Milo powder and chocolate syrup – P100.  Kopi or Teh Tarik one of the best coffee I tasted in a restaurant.

My Singapore Food Street (12 of 20)
My Singapore Food Street (19 of 20)
Singapore and the best of Asian food is already within reach, don’t miss it!

Comments

2 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *