Wednesday, February 28, 2018

7 Places to Eat in Clarke Quay Central

Clarke Quay Central is not just a place that only come alive at night. During the day, it is filled with people who come over to the mall for lunch. They have over 25 restaurants for us to embark on a gastronomical trail. Let me share with you some of the places that you can dine in.

1. Ramen Champion

This is the third outlet of Ramen Champion. The residency of the stalls is determined by a competitive & friendly customer voting system. Through the competition, it brings the flavours from the different regions of Japan to Singapore.

Instead of ramen, I have Karaage Chicken Curry Rice at $12.90++. 
The Karaage Chicken gave a good crunch to the texture and the curry gave a kick to the flavour, making every mouth so yummy.

Clarke Quay Central

2. Seoul Yummy

Seoul Yummy is a casual dining place that provides exceptional Korean food, service, and experience.

We went during lunch time and their set lunch comes with a set of side dishes.

Seoul Yummy has introduced the cookhouse menu set lunch at $9.90++.
It reminisced the good gold days back in the army/uniform groups where the folks have their meal on mess trays. There are a total of 6 set to choose from: Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, Delta, Echo & Foxtrot. 
The set that I was having is Bravo which comes with spicy chicken slices and gyoza.

Clarke Quay Central

3. TungLok Signatures

TungLok Signatures offers a tantalising range of traditional Chinese cuisine, such as Cantonese, Shanghainese and Sichuan dishes. We will come here once in a while for their dim sum. 

Their porridge is something we always ordered, it was nice and fragrant. 

Price here is on a steeper side, be prepare about $25 to $50 per pax when you dine here.
It made me miss Hong Kong where we can have same standard but cheaper price for dim sum.

Clarke Quay Central

4. Jia Xiang Sarawak Kuching Kolo Mee

Kolo Mee is one of the famous noodles in Sarawak where the noodles are tossed in a special transparent sauce.

I have Smoked Duck Kolo Mee at $7.50.
The smoked duck was soft and chewy, it also has good balance of meat and fats. Other than smoked duck kolo mee, they have other selection available too.

Clarke Quay Central

5. Hokkaido Ramen Santouka

What I like about their ramen is definitely the flavourful soup that makes me want to sip till the last drop. 

Santouka's soup is made by hand from scratch at all their restaurants. They use minimal salt and artificial seasonings, strictly following their motto of ‘Family friendly, delicious, and healthy ramen.’ We can safely consume the whole bowl of ramen without any worries.

I always have Shoyu ramen (small) whenever I am here, I prefer the stronger and fragrant flavour of the broth.The broth was so tasty that I nearly finished the broth. The price for small bowl is $12.50++.

Be sure to reach early as seats are limited.

Clarke Quay Central

6. Astons Specialities

Started off from a coffeeshop, Astons has now has moved and established inside shopping mall with quality and affordable pricing. I like dining at Astons because it is value for money.

Recently Aston has raised the price up by $1 more to $10.90 for grilled chicken with 2 side dishes.
I always go for standard sauce of chicken and side dishes when I found the combination I like. I'm such a boring person right?

Clarke Quay Central

7. Sunny Japanese

Tuck under the basement of Clarke Quay Central is Sunny Japanese, an eatery that sells wallet friendly Japanese cuisine at very affordable price. They have a wide range of items that we can choose from, ranging from rice bento, curry rice, omelette rice, ramen and udon.

I ordered the Chicken Karaage with ramen at $4.90.
The ramen was like Chinese style ban mian, not the usual Japanese ramen. But for the price paid, I felt that overall the food was still okay.

I love their Chicken Karaage, it was crispy and delicious when dipped with mayonnaise. 
I have a satisfying lunch. 

Clarke Quay Central

Hope this post is useful for you when searching for places to dine in Clarke Quay Central.

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