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Eat your way through Ang Mo Kio with these great food finds

February 23, 2017
Ang Mo Kio is a foodie’s dream come true

Ang Mo Kio is a foodie’s dream come true

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Ang Mo Kio is one of the most densely populated housing estates in Singapore – and where there’s people, F&B owners are more than happy to rush in to cater to the demand. Check out our guide to Ang Mo Kio, which tells you the best hidden finds which you can explore and eat your heart out at!

  • Practice your skateboarding skills at the Ang Mo Kio Banks
  • Explore the cinnamon, nutmeg and cacao trees at this 5-hectare park
  • Treat yourself to some highly Instagram-worthy desserts at this hipster cafe
  • Try your first #cloudfoggato (cotton candy + affogato!) at this diet-ruining cafe
  • Stuff yourself silly with this Thai-style Wanton Mee that lives up to the real deal

Practice your skateboarding skills at the Ang Mo Kio Banks

If the Somerset skatepark is a little too flashy for your liking, head on down to the MRT tracks between Ang Mo Kio and Bishan, also known as Ang Mo Kio Banks. With plenty of steep slopes to practice on, and shelter to keep them cool, this is where the seasoned pros come to do their thing.

Explore the cinnamon, nutmeg and cacao trees at this 5-hectare park

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Ang Mo Kio Town Garden East Park is yet another fine example of why Singapore is known for being a garden city. There are plenty of cinnamon, nutmeg and cacao trees dotting its compounds, and its tranquility and serenity makes it a popular location for an evening stroll amongst residents.

Treat yourself to some highly Instagram-worthy desserts at this hipster cafe

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You’d be surprised – this humble cafe and ice cream shop, Twenty Grammes, produces incredibly fluffy, crispy waffles that might even rival those of Wimbly Lu. If you’re a fickle eater, get the Yuan Yang Waffles which features a combination of belgian and charcoal waffles topped with homemade milk soft serve.

Try your first #cloudfoggato (cotton candy + affogato!) at this diet-ruining cafe

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Double Scoops is your best bet if you’re looking for desserts with a twist. Other than their gelato remixed into funky flavours like Orh Nee and Gula Melaka, they’ve also recently introduced a pretty amazing Cloudfoggato dessert. Comprising of cotton candy, vanilla ice cream, an espresso shot, and chunks of deliciously chocolatey brownies, you can bet that you’re consuming a zillion calories at one go – but boy, is it worth it.

Stuff yourself silly with this Thai-style Wanton Mee that lives up to the real deal

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The queue snaking around Soi 19 Thai Wanton Mee might look long and intimidating – but don’t let it deter you. The Wanton Mee here is pretty much perfection; expect springy noodles, flavourful char siew, and crunchy wanton deep fried to a beautiful golden-brown. Don’t forget to help yourself to a generous dose of pork lard and chilli powder to experience your noodles exactly how the Thais do!

Want to stay around Ang Mo Kio?

Imagine having all this amazing food located right within your neighbourhood. You might pack on a few extra kilograms – but for those of you who are game, and think that Ang Mo Kio is the neighbourhood for you, check out this table of average resale flat prices in the past!

3-room 4-room

5-room

2016

$318,000 $466,500 $665,000

2015

$318,375 $457,875

$640,333

2014 $343,250 $469,000

$635,000

Source: HDB

Want to get a condo instead? Here are some great options in Ang Mo Kio:

Grandeur 8 – $1,081 average psf.

Centro Residences – $1,521 average psf.

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