Auntie’s Wok and Steam @ Alley On 25 Singapore is an ode to Singapore's tze char food culture. Naturally, this means you can find dim sum, rice, noodle and meat dishes done the way that only Singapore knows how. The all-day dining menu offers nothing but quality and there’s an exceptional set menu during the week. Then, this being Alley On 25 – part of Andaz Singapore on Fraser Street in Bugis – means alongside great food you can also look forward to stunning skyline views of the city. We also highly recommend the private chef’s table experience that involves an up-close-and-personal teppanyaki demonstration, with a seasonally changing menu. What more could any hungry Singaporean need? Advanced reservations are essential at Auntie’s Wok and Steam @ Alley On 25, especially in the evenings and at weekends.
There are a whole host of drinking and dining options @ Alley On 25, and Auntie’s Wok and Steam is the one to go for if you want to taste a celebration of Singapore. Head to Auntie’s Wok and Steam @ Alley On 25 and start with a wonton soup before a main of steamed sea bass, wok-fried squid with salted egg yolk and curry leaves or some irresistible salt & pepper tiger prawns. Of course, for something a little less fishy, Auntie’s Wok and Steam @ Alley On 25 Singapore serves some outstanding meat dishes in the way of sweet & sour pork belly or stir-fried Black Angus beef.
If, however, you feel like keeping things simple once you’ve arrived at Fraser Street in Bugis, the classic rice and noodle dishes at Auntie’s Wok and Steam @ Alley On 25 won’t disappoint as they’re done here with flair. We love the dan dan mian as well as the chef’s signature double boiled beef short rib with egg noodles and a spicy Szechuan sauce. But everything is good, folks, so arrive at Auntie’s Wok and Steam @ Alley On 25 via Telok Ayer MRT hungry and armed with a reservation.