sumang walk's signature dishes

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khao san

From hot and spicy to mild and crunchy – We are proud to introduce the latest Thai addition to our family, Khao San. Inspired and named after one of the many popular streets in the heart of Bangkok, Khao San offers a wealth of authentic Thai food without losing any of its native roots, at affordable prices right in the heart of Bugis.

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THAI MEAT STEAMBOAT

Introducing our latest line-up in our authentic Thai offerings, our Thai Meat Steamboat will surely keep you warm and fuzzy throughout your meal! Enjoy the genuine taste of Thailand from our bubbling pot of spicy Tom Yum as you let your meat selections (chicken, beef, pork) simmer until it's ready! Now, keep yourself happy and your tummy happier! Available only at Khao San @ Sumang Walk.

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THAI SEAFOOD STEAMBOAT

Take in the fragrant aroma as you inhale the savoury flavours of our homemade authentic Thai broth. Served with a wide selection of fresh seafood, for example, prawns, clams and squids, your steamboat broth is going to tastier than ever when the natural sweetness of the seafood seeps into it! Spoil yourself silly over a round of steamboat at Khao San now! Available only at Khao San @ Sumang Walk.

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TOM YUM SEAFOOD

Tickle your taste buds with our home-cooked authentic Thai Tom Yum Seafood that will surely leave your senses tingling. Prepared and cooked with various spices and herbs according to the likings of a native Thai, enjoy a bowl of our hot & spicy tom yum that is brimming with tender and juicy seafood - the pleasure is all yours!

DEEP FRIED FISH W/ RICE & MANGO SALAD

Everything tastes better when it’s fried! Delicious and crunchy right down to its core, our deep fried fish will surely leave you coming back for more. Bringing in a burst of flavours to complement our deep fried fish, you surely have to try both the fish and our mango salad together!

 

Dragon_Fly Seafood Mala Hotpot

The newly opened seafood mala hotpot is the latest craze in the Ponggol estate. Best known for their seafood Mala hotpot, their chilli packs a punch in your Tastebud.  Offering unique dishes like mala Sea Snail, Mala crab, Chong Qing Lazi Chicken and even mala pork intestine which is one of their signature dishes.

Mala Sea Snail

This dish is one of the signature dishes that Dragonfly seafood has to offer. Sea Snail nutrition facts contains protein and 3.5milligrams of iron for every 100 gram.  That’s more than beef in terms of proportion.

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Salted Fish Kailan

A classic Chinese dish which is a must have in every meal, the sauces used brings out the natural sweetness of the vegetables.

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Chong Qing Lazi chicken

Best known as Kungpao chicken or some even call it hide and seek chicken as you try to find the chicken in heaps of chilli, rest assured that this does not happen here. This is definitely one of the best dishes that the chef has to offer.

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Spicy Lala

This savoury dish is best eaten hot and cooked fresh. The spices and ingredients used in preparing this dish is so fresh which gives an aromatic scent. The nutrition fact for lala are a low fat, high protein seafood choice with an above average amount of healthful minerals zinc, iron and magnesium and vitamins B.

 

Habib Express

A familiar face in most of the neighbourhood, this chain stall which has more than 10 outlets in Singapore is the latest addition to the Tastebud Foodcourt family. Specialising in Indian Rojak and Roti prata, you will be allured by their taste.

Roti Prata

Roti Prata or Roti Canai is one the signature dish for Habib Express. This prata is worth every calorie which we cannot bear to give up even at the cost of increasing weight. Best coupled with their aromatic curry, this combination is a must try!!!

Chicken Biryani

The word “Basmati” come from Hindi, “bas” and “mati” which” means “aromatic. The chicken Biryani cooked with Basmati rice is so seductive that many cannot resist the temptation of the aroma of the spices.  Try it for yourself today.

Indian Rojak

Featuring a wide range of varieties of fried fritters, potato, bean curd and dough ball, sit back and dose these delightful cuisine with their special handmade sauce for the perfect permutation. 

mee goreng

This classic dish is a must have in every food establishment, and that differentiation is the special made sauce which gives the dish a bright red color and add that special kick to your Tastebud. This can be eaten during breakfast, lunch, dinner and supper; basically anytime of the day.

 

ming xiang

Made popular by its fragrant chicken rice set, Ming Xiang has long satisfied the appetite of many with its own delicious chicken rice recipe. Don't be easily fooled by its appearance because we are sure it will take just one bite for you to be enticed!

Wanton Noodles

Who isn't familiar with the almighty combination of tasty noodles, fragrant char siew and savoury dumplings spreader lusciously in a bowl? Experience the tasty childhood memories of many in Asia simply at Ming Xiang.

3 Combination Dish (Roasted Chicken/Char Siew/Roasted Pork Belly)

Enjoy a round of succulent and juicy chicken and pork at Ming Xiang. Braised and roasted just right to attain its natural essence and aroma, dig into a scrumptious plate of savouries to go with your fragrant rice or noodles!  

Roasted Chicken Rice

Easily Singaporeans' favourite go-to dish! Enjoy the complements of the intricate blend of flavours between the fragrant rice and roasted chicken as you savour each bite thoughtfully. 

 
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fu li economy rice

Brought to you by Fu Li, its range of offerings will surely leave you flabbergasted! Fu Li offers a diverse range of delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner options, allowing its customers to constantly be spoiled with choices and do not have to go through the hassle of many dull repetitions!

Mixed Vegetable Rice

Another staple of many in the Little Red Dot, be spoilt for choice at Fu Li Economical Rice. Boasting with a wide selection of yummy dishes for many hungry diners to pick from go ahead and select from steamed fish, deep fried tofu to chicken curry and many more! Treat your tummy to a delicious round of distinctive and delightful homemade dishes to satisfy that cravings of yours!

 

centre hokkien mee 

Regarded as one of the best Hokkien Prawn Noodles in Singapore, this famous Hokkien Mee stall is hard to miss when you walk by. With hard to beat, local dishes such as the Stir-Fried Flat Rice Noodles, Fried Carrot Cake and Fried Oyster Omelette, come on by Centre Hokkien Mee for a memorable experience today!

Hokkien Prawn Noodles

Fragrantly loud, it is hard to overlook this delicious bowl of noodles when its fragrance pierce right through your nose. A staple of many both in Singapore and Malaysia, this favourite noodles of many is a delicious dish of yellow noodles and vermicelli topped with fresh and plump prawns. 

Stir-Fried Flat Rice Noodles (Char Kway Tiao)

In a wok heated with cooking oil and lard, the stir-fried flat rice noodles, commonly known as Char Kway Tiao, among locals is born! Another popular street dish among locals, the fresh flat rice noodles is tossed with a number of ingredients such as garlic and egg before topping it off with some fresh cockles and Chinese Sausage.

Fried Oyster Omelette

Usually found side by side in a stall selling Fried Carrot Cake (Chai Tow Kway), this tasty egg omelette usually sends many into a frenzy with its unique, yummy taste. Found comfortably tucked in the egg blanket are a number of ocean-fresh oysters that your tummy will appreciate and your tastebuds tingling! 

Fried Carrot Cake (Chai Tow Kway)

Not your average sweet dessert,  this popular local street food is a mixture of fried noodles mixed with a variation of ingredients to achieve its famous accentuated taste. Looking for a delicious local delight? You can never go wrong with some carrot cake! 

  Click  here  to read more on 218 Centre Hokkien Mee's feature on Miss Tam Chiak!  Image credit:  misstamchiak.com

Click here to read more on 218 Centre Hokkien Mee's feature on Miss Tam Chiak! Image credit: misstamchiak.com

 

coffee vintage

More often than not, the simple pleasures of life are often missed or omitted. Relive those moments with a freshly brewed cup of coffee or Kopi O, while the street takes on a vivacity of its own. Each cup springs to life from the use of freshly grounded coffee beans, allowing the flavours to truly permeate your senses. From the hustle and bustle of street life to trishaw riders, we bring you back to the early days where fresh brewed coffee is only an order away.

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Ice Teh-C

Another traditional favourite of many in Singapore, the Ice Teh-C, also known as teh peng or iced milk tea, is a delicious sweetened tea with evaporated milk that goes well with every food you've ordered or enjoyable as is! If you wish to enjoy a tall cool glass of tea like a local, just head on over to our coffee shop and order a "Teh-C"!

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Kopi-O

A traditional coffee commonly served and enjoyed by many regardless of age in Singapore Strait, this personal favourite of many consists of nothing but roasted coffee beans; hence earning the "O", which means black in Hokkien, in its name. Fragrant and delicious down to the last drop, this 'nectar' for coffee lovers is not one to be skipped on.

milo dinosaur

 A traditional coffee commonly served and enjoyed by many regardless of age in Singapore Strait, this personal favourite of many consists of nothing but roasted coffee beans; hence earning the "O", which means black in Hokkien, in its name. Fragrant and delicious down to the last drop, this 'nectar' for coffee lovers is not one to be skipped on. 

ai yu

A native of Taiwan, this refreshing, savoury dessert has finally made its rounds around Singapore as of late. What used to be a rare find is now easily available for all to enjoy at Tastebud! Each bowl is best enjoyed chilled and it too comes with jelly! 

 

Dim Sum 

The tradition of Dim Sum or Yum Cha (Tea Drinking) has always been touching hearts of many in Singapore and also the comfort food of many. This outlet is of no exception. They take into consideration of bringing affordable dimsum into the heartlands of Singapore so that all can enjoy Yum Cha

 Amy Yip Bao  The bigger than usual Bao is not a common sight in Singapore. This Amy Yip bao is big enough to satisfy the cravings of juicy meat sinked into the teeth.

Amy Yip Bao

The bigger than usual Bao is not a common sight in Singapore. This Amy Yip bao is big enough to satisfy the cravings of juicy meat sinked into the teeth.

 Liu Sha Bao  Take your time to burst into the Liu Sha bao and let the salted egg custard flow out in style. The bright yellow Liu Sha bao here attracts not only the taste but in sight.

Liu Sha Bao

Take your time to burst into the Liu Sha bao and let the salted egg custard flow out in style. The bright yellow Liu Sha bao here attracts not only the taste but in sight.

 Png Kueh  Ever wondered why this Teochew delicacy rice cake is shaped like a peach and has the color pink? Teochews actually call these dumplings Poong Tor which means “rice peaches” or peach dumplings”. The peach is regarded in Chinese as a symbol of longevity. Eat up and live longer.

Png Kueh

Ever wondered why this Teochew delicacy rice cake is shaped like a peach and has the color pink? Teochews actually call these dumplings Poong Tor which means “rice peaches” or peach dumplings”. The peach is regarded in Chinese as a symbol of longevity. Eat up and live longer.

 Siew Mai  This must have Dim Sum originates from inner Mongolia and is healthy and tasty. Here, the Siew mai is freshly made. Try it today  ip bao is big enough to satisfy the cravings of juicy meat sinked into the teeth.

Siew Mai

This must have Dim Sum originates from inner Mongolia and is healthy and tasty. Here, the Siew mai is freshly made. Try it today

ip bao is big enough to satisfy the cravings of juicy meat sinked into the teeth.