Tanjong Katong Food Haunt

Tanjong Katong has been transformed from a sleepy road to a traffic jammed road filled with restaurants of every kind. It seems like the United Nation of Food is all represented here. 
There is Minoraya, one of the earliest inhabitants along the stretch.

New comer Ng Ah Sio Bak Kut Teh with its second outlet

Newly opened Eng’s Wanton mee who moved over from the food centre at Dunearn Road. Wonder how long they can sustain their business there.

The famous Tian Tian Chicken from Maxwell Food Centre with its latest outlet

Madeleline’s Portuguese egg tart, an old name there. It’s amazing that I have yet to try the egg tart from this place. What’s holding me back?

Another new outlet – A Vegetarian restaurant which I think I will never enter. But it was really crowded the Saturday evening that I was there.

Another new place selling Malaysia Street Food. Must go and try the Hokkien Mee one day

A place with a interesting name.

Smiths Fish and Chips! Not a fried stuff person so I think I gonna pass on this although the chips look good

Another branch of the Hong Kong Chun Kee Chinese retaurant

New comer Ice Cream Gallery. Interesting selection of ice cream here

The incumbent Ice Cream outlet along the street and probably the outlet that I visited the most time along this stretch.

Not the original Jalan Kayu Prata Cafe. Empty every time we pass by

The first of 4 Italian outlet

Maekhong Thai – the place we went to eat on this particular evening.

The atas looking 2nd Italian outlet on the street

Bruno – we came here before

Bombay Cafe another old name

And the first pub cum restaurant to open here.

Cup Cakes. Why are Cup Cakes so expensive?

The last of the Italian restaurant – for now

And finally this cute little place with an equally cute name

And not in this post, 2 coffee shops including the popular June coffeeshop, 1 food court and 1 Korean restaurant.