10 Sights & Bites at Killiney Road (Part 2)
Posted on May 29, 2019
Continue from 10 Sights & Bites at Killiney Road (Part 1).
6. Crystal Cafe Teochee porridge buffet
Retirees meet regularly for the good Teochew Porridge Buffet at Crystal Café at 131 Killiney Road. Nowadays, the younger generation joins in as the buffet spread has grown to include a large spread of delights. If you love Teochew muay (porridge) , you have to come here.
7. S-11 Food House
Local favorites can be found at the corner coffee shop, S-11 Food House, at 117 Killiney Road. Whether you’re craving for noodles or zi char or prata or Indian rojak, this is a typical coffeeshop to grab a bite. There are other S-11 outlets in other parts of the island.
8. Killiney Kopitiam
Need a perk-up for your shopping energy? Killiney Kopitiam is a renowned classic coffeeshop serving local breakfast fare. Half-boiled eggs, kaya toast, French toast, chicken curry with french loaf, and kopi and teh are among the items that you can fill up on. There are a few branches now but the main one is at 67 Killiney Road.
9. Warong M Nasir nasi padang
Nasi Padang and jazz go so well together. At the famous Warong M Nasir (formerly at Liang Seah Street), try some of the delectable Indonesian nasi padang dishes such as rendang, sambal goreng, sayur lodeh, ikan bakar and gulai ayam. Amidst the good food and charming shop-house ambiance, strains of bossa nova and jazz ease your mind. Warong M Nasir is easy to spot with red walls, at 69 Killiney Road.
10. Shophouse Architecture
After you get to the food, it is time to walk and enjoy the colonial shophouse architecture at Killiney Road. The shophouses were constructed widely between 1840 and 1960, and the area was a place of business for the new immigrants of Singapore then, with living quarters on the upper floors of the shophouses.
How to get to Killiney Road from Jayleen 1918 Hotel?
At Clarke Quay MRT station, board the train towards To Punggol. Alight at Dhoby Ghaut MRT station at next stop. Then walk to Killiney Road for approximate distance of 900m (15 minutes).