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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanglin  [View Original Post]
    Now we finally have a decent taqueria, and it's located in the back block of OT, on the ground floor across from Harry's. The tacos al pastor (pork) are very good ($2. 50 each) , and the tortillas are a lot better than the ones from Belmonte (and they're supposed to be for sale shortly). The owner is from Monterrey, and apparently they also have a regular restaurant in CHIJMES. I don't normally pimp businesses, but I really hope these guys do well and stay in business.

    Salud!
    Yep, but the Senor Taco at the rear block, the guys stop serving after 12 or 1 AM, and then close by 2 ! Even though the boss said the license is till 3 AM.

    Quote Originally Posted by HornyBroker  [View Original Post]
    Not really a restaurant per se. However, if you go orchard towers and up the escalator to Ipanema. Pass it on the right keep walking down and there's a Thai place there. I didn't pick up anyone that night in Ipanema and called it an early night (around 2 am) so thought I would check this place out before I went back to my hotel. I ordered the green curry which came out really watery. But when I tasted it oh my god it was amazing! Definitely worth checking out guys. I also tried a spicy pork dish and that too was amazing.
    As Ebauche said, it's a decent Thai place.

    And a good place to sober up, if you are having company!

  2. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by HornyBroker  [View Original Post]
    Not really a restaurant per se. However, if you go orchard towers and up the escalator to Ipanema. Pass it on the right keep walking down and there's a Thai place there. I didn't pick up anyone that night in Ipanema and called it an early night (around 2 am) so thought I would check this place out before I went back to my hotel. I ordered the green curry which came out really watery. But when I tasted it oh my god it was amazing! Definitely worth checking out guys. I also tried a spicy pork dish and that too was amazing.

    And before you ask I wasn't drunk LOL. A good place to go even after you've picked up from Ipenema. Can relax and have some food there to replenish energy level before you head back to get some head LOL. Lots of guys there with their date for the night having some food and a beer.

    And it was really cheap so that always helps as well.
    I've pulled Thai girls from Ipanema who were thrilled to stop there and eat or get takeaway before going to my place.

  3. #19

    Thai Food OT

    Not really a restaurant per se. However, if you go orchard towers and up the escalator to Ipanema. Pass it on the right keep walking down and there's a Thai place there. I didn't pick up anyone that night in Ipanema and called it an early night (around 2 am) so thought I would check this place out before I went back to my hotel. I ordered the green curry which came out really watery. But when I tasted it oh my god it was amazing! Definitely worth checking out guys. I also tried a spicy pork dish and that too was amazing.

    And before you ask I wasn't drunk LOL. A good place to go even after you've picked up from Ipenema. Can relax and have some food there to replenish energy level before you head back to get some head LOL. Lots of guys there with their date for the night having some food and a beer.

    And it was really cheap so that always helps as well.

  4. #18

    Decent Mexican Food in Singapore

    While Singapore is a foodies paradise, one thing it's missing is halfway decent Mexican food. The opening of the Belmonte kiosk in Leisure Park Kallang finally gave us a source for corn tortillas (not the greatest, and expensive) , but most of the restaurants in Holland V or Dempsy still leave a lot to be desired.

    Now we finally have a decent taqueria, and it's located in the back block of OT, on the ground floor across from Harry's. The tacos al pastor (pork) are very good ($2. 50 each) , and the tortillas are a lot better than the ones from Belmonte (and they're supposed to be for sale shortly). The owner is from Monterrey, and apparently they also have a regular restaurant in CHIJMES. I don't normally pimp businesses, but I really hope these guys do well and stay in business.

    Salud!
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  5. #17

    Food

    Thanks for the helps from everyone. The foods in Singaport are great Freash seafood, Chinese food and indian food are what we ate.

    Since I'm with the family I Don't have any action to report!

    Try to get into casino once but they won't let me in because I don't have the passport with me.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Hong Kong Boy  [View Original Post]
    I know Geylang is red light, can anyone tell me is it ok to take my family there for food?

    Any other good place for street food?

    Thanks
    Very much so. Spent many an evening with the work crowd there who are unaware about one of my "hobbies". It's great for work / social eating because the "goings on" open up lots of opportunities for a laugh. I've had many good evenings in Geylang that comprised of nothing but food and drink, you see plenty of families and groups doing the same. Also the SW were mainly cleared off the main thoroughfares when the Youth Olympics came a couple of years back, so action is mostly on the Lorongs (side streets) now.

    This place is recommended.

    http://nosignboardseafood.com/

    (sorry about the web site but the food is great).

    Other places: if you want something different try the Arab Quarter around Bussorah Street and surrounds, lots of Middle Eastern & Malay food. Bring a knife to cut through the smog from all the shisha pipes. Most of the Indian Food around Serangoon and Little India is excellent so long as you like Indian food. This being a particular recommendation (but it closes quite early you need to be there by 9pm).

    http://www.thebananaleafapolo.com/

    (what is it about Singapore food websites.)

    There's also an Indian tranny / he-she scene in Desker Road. Pretty desperate, plus $40 hookers in Rowell Road and Petain Road. Even more desperate. And a string of MP's on Kitchener Road, I'm pretty sure they all offer "specials".

  7. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Hong Kong Boy  [View Original Post]
    I know Geylang is red light, can anyone tell me is it ok to take my family there for food?

    Any other good place for street food?

    Thanks
    The DLR is the lorongs south of Geylang Road.

    Hawker's centers are just about everywhere.

  8. #14

    Food

    Quote Originally Posted by Black Page  [View Original Post]
    Geylang is a feast for cheap good Chinese food! See this couple of sites for some information:

    http://www.the-inncrowd.com/geylang.htm

    http://www.asiaone.com/Travel/Places...05-139358.html

    I tried two in particular: Mongkok Dim Sum (on Geylang Road.) and Sims 126 Eating House.

    The latter is remarkable: outstanding food, but it is impossible you choose to sit in that place if you don't know it. The menu written only in Chinese, but *one* waitress knows English, so you can ask help.
    I know Geylang is red light, can anyone tell me is it ok to take my family there for food?

    Any other good place for street food?

    Thanks

  9. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Nishu617  [View Original Post]
    Where can I find indian girls. In which dance bar. You can find them?
    In India. Seriously. If you want to pick Indian Women, go to India, or Dubai.

    Not in Singapore. Unless you are loaded and call in Escorts (when you say dance bar. I believe you are on to FOC.)

  10. #12

    Places in Geylang

    Geylang is a feast for cheap good Chinese food! See this couple of sites for some information:
    http://www.the-inncrowd.com/geylang.htm
    http://www.asiaone.com/Travel/Places...05-139358.html

    I tried two in particular: Mongkok Dim Sum (on Geylang Rd.) and Sims 126 Eating House.
    The latter is remarkable: outstanding food, but it is impossible you choose to sit in that place if you dont know it. The menu written only in Chinese, but *one* waitress knows English, so you can ask help.

  11. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Jacen
    Hi,

    How would you rate that vegetarian chain called 'komolas' or something like that, in terms of authentic south indian cuisine, as well as taste?
    Not to rub it in, while Komalas tastes nice, I think they load it with MSG and a repeat customer ends up with a lot of stomach ailments

  12. #10

    Komalas/and SEX

    Ate at Komalas 4 days in FEB. Food is good but the one off serangoon road towards MRT is NonAC. Anand bhavan has great APPAM and Putti. Stayedat Alberts court village and ate to my hearts content for 4 days. 2days on the way to india and 2 days on the way back to US. Empty your gonads with good Thai girls from Laksa boy forum.

  13. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by Jayagopal50
    For those looking for Indian cusine if you love Dosa's [Indian Crepe] recommend Sarvanas next to metro little india. As a south indian can vouch for taste/quality.
    Hi,

    How would you rate that vegetarian chain called 'komolas' or something like that, in terms of authentic south indian cuisine, as well as taste?

  14. #8

    North-Indian food

    The Indian food SG has to offer in general is South-Indian.

    If you want good North-Indian then head to Upper Dickson Rd in Little India.

    There is a restaurant by the name of "Gokul".

    Bon appetit!

  15. #7

    Indian Vegetarian Dosa's

    For those looking for Indian cusine if you love Dosa's [Indian Crepe] recommend Sarvanas next to metro little india. As a south indian can vouch for taste/quality.

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