Contact details: (02) 470 4546 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: https://www.facebook.com/mysingaporefoodstreet / http://mysingaporefoodstreet.ph/
Food ordered: Laksa / Pohpia / Nasi Goreng / Samosa
Value for money: 3
Overall Rating: 3/5
HER FOOD BITES: Been craving for Asian food for a while now. Good thing while at the mall, we saw this restaurant which offers a variety of Asian favorites. It's name is My Singapore Food Street, but it also offers Indonesian, Indian, and Malaysian food. Obviously because of Singapore's fusion of all these cultures in their country. First thing I wanted to order was their Roti or Prata, but sadly, they weren't available anymore. To think that was just around 5 in the afternoon, not even dinner time yet. Hopefully next time, the roti being their bestseller, they will serve more of this. We ordered the Samosa and Pohpia instead. The two pieces of samosa was good that just had the right spiciness with its curry and green peas. The pohpia was equally delicious. Much like our local lumpiang ubod with a different kind of sweet sauce, the serving of this meal was a lot! Lastly, the nasi goreng was okay in its serving good enough for maybe 2-3 people. But taste wise, it was more like simple fried rice or like our typical bagoong rice with shrimps. Not really that reminiscent of the taste of real Indonesian nasi goreng, in my humble opinion. Overall, we had a good meal and experience dining in My Singapore Food Street. I would recommend it if you want a budget-friendly, fastfood type of your favorite Singapore meals.
Value for money: 4
Overall Rating: 3/5
HIS FOOD BITES: My Singapore Food Street offers some of the more famous street food that showcases the different mix of flavors due to Singapore's Malay and Chinese cultures. The Samosa was a great appetizer to kick start one's taste buds. It could have been a bit more spicier, in my opinion, but R enjoyed it so it might really be a case of the resto preparing it that way to cater to a wider Filipino audience, leaning towards the safer side of spiciness. The Pohpia and Nasi Goreng's serving size was generous considering the price. The taste for both dishes were somewhat simple and unpretentious. The Laksa's broth was really spicy! Just the way I like it! Sadly, I am not really sure if they normally serve their noodles that way but the Laksa's noodles were a bit undercooked. The flavors were indeed there but the noodles could have been prepared better. Overall, My Singapore Food Street provides a glimpse of what Singapore offers and I am sure most Filipinos would enjoy sneaking a peek with the resto's affordable meal price ranges.
About the venue: The ambiance of the venue gives you the restaurant feel, but at the same time it's self-service wherein you have to order over the counter. It's area is wide and clean with white and red colors to compliment it.
Recommended for: Friends
Value: 200-350 per person