Where we source our groceries in Singapore

It has been five years since Singapore home cooking, time for an update!

Fresh Bread

Werner's Oven abruptly went out of business before COVID-19!

Now Mr. Kneady's at The Bedok Marketplace is our substitute. Reaching 469560 is a little awkward for us, however they bake a load and deliver to the https://www.cheeseshop.sg/ on Fridays and Saturdays around noon. I collect my loaf up then!

Fish

Our helper buys local Fish from Geylang Serai market. I prefer the Alaska guys products from cold waters. I love the taste of scallops, crab, wild salmon, salmon eggs. Great products, that do however take some effort to prepare properly. You don't want to screw up premium seafood!!

Meat

Foodie Market Place on 313 Tanjong Katong Road. Their cheapest grass fed beef is actually incredible value for money in my opinion. I treat myself to the more aged "Ebony" cuts. Recently they have been sourcing chilled beef from Argentina, which surprisingly competes very well with Australia.

Fruit & Vegetables

Our helper sources our veggies from NTUC Fair Price.

Pasta

Dececco from Foodie Market Place, so nothing has changed there.

Cheese

Cheese and Sourdough bread

I'm a regular at https://www.cheeseshop.sg/. Their Momolato ice creams are also a regular favourite in our household. Best value for money is the black Vintage Reserve cheddar, pre-packed at 6.5SGD!

Dry goods

Since COVID-19, Redmarts reservation process has frustrated us no end. Same goes for Amazon Prime. We basically source all our dry goods from NTUC. Their prices are competitive compared to the online options. Our helper has a bike and a bike trailer to carry bigger items like beer, rice and such.

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