Famous Cantonese congee eatery, Mui Kee Congee, is opening a new virtual noodle concept in Singapore. Mui Kee Noodles is a delivery-only concept by the Les Amis Group with noodles as the star of the restaurant.
Mui Kee Congee first started in Singapore as a pop-up concept at Casa Verde and it has settled as a permanent spot at Shaw Centre. There is still a long queue at the congee eatery every day and Mui Kee Noodles will be the latest addition to satisfy your craving for Cantonese-style noodles.
Now that eating out is no longer an option, takeouts are going to make more frequent appearances in our daily routines. But, we’re not complaining.
With numerous restaurants in Singapore pushing out new takeaway menus and offers during this COVID-19 period, takeaways have never looked more exciting. Think barbecued meats platters and paellas still sizzling in greased pans.
Sure, heading out to get food may not be as convenient as just boiling up some instant noodles. But, let’s do what we can to support our F&B businesses during this trying period.
We’ve rounded up 34 restaurants in Singapore with new takeaway menus and promotions during this circuit breaker! So, grab your containers and bags and let’s get down to business.
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Popular Hong Kong congee stall, Mui Kee, has opened a pop-up restaurant in Singapore. In partnership with Les Amis Group, the Hong Kong institution will start a six month-long pop-up at Casa Verde in Singapore Botanic Gardens.
Mui Kee itself has a long and rich heritage, but what draws its customer fan base is the unique taste and texture of the congee itself. Using fish broth, pork bones and other ingredients like century egg, this congee takes comfort food to a whole new level. Those familiar with the name would know just how amazing their fish broth porridge is, and for those who are not, just imagine silky-smooth, velvety congee that brims with flavour.
This is comfort food like you have never had before, and if you ever needed a solid pick-me-up on a cold rainy day (or any day) then Mui Kee is definitely one to consider.
NamNam Noodle Bar, a relatively new dining concept by the Les Amis Group, features iconic street favourites of Vietnam. It is not uncommon to see long queues at its two branches at Raffles City and Wheelock during meal times.
The idea of the noodle bar is simple, but very clever. I have always lamented that Singapore lacks good Vietnamese eateries, and NamNam managed to fill a gap in the market at the right time.
There are some restaurants that we frequent because of one particular dish. For instance, I can never imagine myself going to Yan Ting without ordering the heavenly char siew sou. Or La Cantina without getting the lovely crabmeat linguine. Or Antoinette Patisserie without tasting its signature Antoinette earl gray cake. You get the idea.
One of those must-have dishes that I am going to add to my list is the Chirashi – a bowl of sushi rice topped with sashimi – from Aoki Japanese Restaurant by the Les Amis Group.
If you’ve had Aoki’s Chirashi ($35) before, I am sure you will agree with me that it is happiness in a bowl. I’d come back again and again just for this.
One of the French Restaurants that I’ve always wanted to try, but have not gotten the chance to visit until recently is Bistro Du Vin at Shaw Centre.
Bistro Du Vin by the Les Amis Group has been making a name for itself since opening in 2009. My friends have always raved about the classical French Food that they serve. I went there for lunch a while back and I have to say that the set lunch is absolutely a steal at $30++/pax.