Showing posts with label .Station: Pasir Ris. Show all posts
Showing posts with label .Station: Pasir Ris. Show all posts

Thursday, April 29, 2021

Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodle @ Loyang Way Food Village - Slurping Goodness Worthy Of My Trip To The East


Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodle at Loyang industrial has been one of the prawn mee stalls I have wanted to visit for a long time. I have heard many raving reviews of their prawn mee. However, the place is not accessible by public transport. The nearest MRT station is at Pasir Ris, and there is only a bus to the industrial area, which takes about half an hour to reach.

Pork Rib Prawn Noodle Soup

We tried both the Pork Rib Prawn Noodle Soup and Dry ($5/$7/$9). The first thing I notice is how orange is the soup. It is packed with the rich and robust crustacean's flavour. It also comes with crunchy prawns sliced in half and tender pork ribs.

Pork Rib Prawn Noodle Dry

The Pork Rib Prawn Noodle Dry ($5/$7/$9) is as impressive too. Tossed in fragrant sambal, it is damn shiok. The sambal together with the fried shallots complemented the noodles excellently, elevating the enjoyment to another level. Similar to the soup version, it comes with crunchy prawns and tender pork ribs.


After trying the prawn noodle here, I have to agree with the raving reviews. Although the old uncle that used to operate the stall has sold the business, I still find the stall dishes out a delicious bowl of prawn noodle worthy of me travelling all the way for it.

Loyang Way Big Prawn Noodle
Loyang Way Food Village
64 Loyang Way
Singapore 508754

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 6am - 3pm
Sat: 6am - 2pm
(Closed on Sun & PH)

1) Alight at Pasir Ris MRT station. Take Exit A or B. Walk to Pasir Ris Bus Interchange (Stop ID 77009). Take bus number 6. Alight 15 stops later. Walk to destination. Journey time about 30 minutes. [Map]

Monday, July 29, 2013

Bistro@Changi @ Changi Beach Park


Compared to the other beaches in Singapore, Changi Beach is probably the quieter of the lot. Little did I know that there is a bistro, Bistro@Changi located at the idyllic stretch of sandy Changi Beach Park just beside the PCN Pitstop or bicycle rental kisok.



In the day, one can relax and laze at the alfresco cafe over an icy beer. At night, one can dine under stars enjoying the sea breeze. All these come with a scenic view of the sea, ships sailing by and airplanes touching down at Changi Airport.


I was at Bistro@Changi on a weekend around 530pm. We started with some ice cold beer relaxing and enjoying the idyllic surrounding and watching airplanes making their approach to land.

Topshell Salad 4/5

The ideal snack to go with beer is the Topshell Salad ($8). The refreshing salad was tossed with fresh onions and lettuce, dressed in chef's thai spicy sauce. Topshell itself is quite bland hence the sauce plays an important part in lifting the flavour and the spicy tangy sauce definitely did that.

Calamari 3/5

Only available on Thursday and Sunday is the Calamari ($8). While I enjoyed the fresh and crunchy squid, I felt that the batter is too thick to allow me to enjoy the texture.

Flame Grilled Chicken Chop 4.2/5

The crowd favourite is the Flame Grilled Chicken Chop ($15.90). The boneless chicken thigh was perfectly grilled, tender and succulent. It was beautifully topped with the delectable hickery barbeque sauce with salad and baked potato on the side.

Barramundi In Thai Sauce 4.2/5

The Barramundi in Thai Sauce ($18.90) was cooked perfectly and served with butter rice. Light crisp on the outside and yet moist in the inside. Topped with green mango and Thai sauce, it further enhanced the whole enjoyment of the dish giving it a fusion twist.


If you have the chance to visit the relax and casual bistro at Changi Beach Park, do check out the creative cocktails from the bartender too. Currently they are running a naming contest for their latest cocktail creation of vodka, lime and sour plum (picture above) which ends on 31 July 2013. Car owners will be delight that free parking is available after 5pm on Monday to Saturday and whole day on Sunday and public holiday.

Changi Beach Park (Carpark 1)
260 Nicoll Drive
Singapore 498991
Tel: +65 65465229
Nearest MRT: Pasir Ris (EW Line), Tampine (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Thu: 12pm - 11pm
Fri-Sat: 12pm - 1am
Sun: 10am - 11pm

1) Alight at Pasir Ris MRT station. Take Exit A. Walk to bus stop along Pasir Ris Central, opposite Pasir Ris Town Park (Stop ID 77171). Take bus number 89. Alight 18 stops later. Journey time about 25 minutes. [Map]

2) Alight at Tampines MRT station. Take Exit A. Walk to Tampines Bus Interchange (Stop ID 75009). Take bus number 19. Alight 20 stops later. Journey time about 30 minutes. [Map]

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

5 Drunken Rabbits Bistro & Bar @ Pasir Ris Park


It was supposed to be a trip to the east to have dinner at the newly refurnished Changi Village Food Centre but we couldn't find a place for parking so we headed down to Coastal Settlement. Once again we ran into parking issue so I suggested checking out 5 Drunken Rabbits Bistro & Bar at Pasir Ris Park which has plenty of parking lots and its free.

Luncheon Fries 2/5

We ordered the Luncheon Fries ($7.80) to go along with our beer. I have to say I did not enjoy it at all. I have much better one at Backyard @ Dempsey. The luncheon fries were greasy and unappetizing. Lucky I have the beer to drunk my taste.

Drunken Chicken Roll 2.5/5

I have the Drunken Chicken Roll ($20.80) which is stuffed with mushroom, mozzarella, cheese served with seasonal greens. roasted cherry tomatoes and mashed potato in citrus Jack Daniel sauce. The chicken was tender and juicy but the dish was lacking a body bringing the whole dish together.

Baby Back Ribs 3/5

The Baby Back Ribs ($20.80) on the other hand tasted much better than the chicken. The pork ribs was glazed with in house BBQ sauce and served with seasonal greens, roasted cherry tomatoes and jacket potato.

The restaurant comes with a beautiful nature surrounding of the Pasir Ris Park unfortunately the food was lacklustre. For the price, I am expecting better quality food.

5 Drunken Rabbits
Pasir Ris Park (Carkpark D)
201 Pasir Ris Road
Singapore 519147
Tel: +65 65810842
Nearest MRT: Pasir Ris (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri & PH Eve: 330pm - 2am
Sat-Sun & PH: 1130am - 2am

1) Alight at Pasir Ris MRT station. Take Exit A. Turn left and walk to bus interchange (Stop ID 77009). Take bus number 403 and alight 9 stops later. Journey time about 20 minutes.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Changi Village Carrot Cake @ Changi Village Food Centre

Do you like your fried carrot cake white or black? If you like it black cake, you must try out this stall at Changi Village food centre. It is one of my favourite fried black carrot cake stalls.

I have not eaten at Changi Village food centre for a very long time. Back from Ubin cycling trip, the first thing I checked out was whether the carrot cake stall was opened. I was glad it was opened and I ordered a plate from the auntie while the uncle works the wok. The sweetness from the black sauce eaten with the softness of the carrot cake and egg was still very good after all these year.

Black Carrot Cake 4.5/5

To get here,
(a) Alight at Tanah Merah MRT station and take bus no. 2 to Changi Village Bus Terminal, or
(b) Alight at Pasir Ris MRT station, take bus no. 109 along Pasir Ris Drive 1 or bus no. 89 opposite Pasir Ris Town Park.

Changi Village Carrot Cake
Changi Village Food Centre
Blk 2 Changi Village Road
Nearest MRT: Tanah Merah (EW Line)

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Mr Chicken Rice @ E!Hub Downtown East

Mr Chicken Rice is opened by the retrenched chef from Chatterbox at the Mandarin hotel. A big newspaper cutting of the chef  is displayed in the restaurant. It is self serving here. You placed your order with the cashier (the chef in the newspaper cutting), paid and collected your order. I ordered the 2 person combo meal that came with chicken, a selection of one the side dishes (vegetable in oyster sauce, bean sprouts or signature fried tofu) and two bowls of soup.

Being branded as the Chatterbox chicken rice, I was a bit disappointed as I find that the chicken was quite normal. I have eaten better ones eleswhere. The rice had a rich chicken and ginger flavour but the rice was too hard for my liking. Don't get me wrong, the chicken rice was good but maybe I was disappointed by my high expectation.

Chicken Rice 3.8/5

Vegetable in Oyster Sauce 4/5

To get here, align at Pasir Ris MRT station. Walk to the bus interchange and take bus number 3, 5, 6, 12, 17, 21, 354 or 358. Downtown East is one bus stop away.

Mr Chicken Rice
E!Hub Downtown East
Nearest MRT: Pasir Ris, EW Line