Old School Delights Singapore is an extremely popular spot serving the best of Singaporean cuisine that’s been loved for generations. On Kitchener Road, just a minute’s walk from Farrer Park MRT, Old School Delights is a casual spot with cool decor that’s perfect for enjoying this kind of quality comfort food. The menu is all about quality rather than quantity and on it you’ll find a handful of traditional starters, dishes from the rice or noodle stations and western dishes done with a local twist. For dessert, the chendol at Old School Delights is some of the best we know of. Reserve your table now.
Open for lunch, dinner, a coffee or just a few drinks, Old School Delights Singapore takes you on a journey through the good old days thanks to a menu that’s brimming with local comfort food. It’s a casual affair, meaning no pretence at all and the staff will make you feel just as comfortable as the food. Old School Delights is best accessed via Farrer Park MRT where you can enjoy classics like mee siam, mee rebus and a very good laksa, but the Singaporean, Asian and Western-inspired menu involves plenty more that’s certainly worth getting excited about.
If you’re visiting Old School Delights Singapore at dinner time then there are a few dishes you absolutely shouldn’t miss. The sambal fish balls are first on the list. They’re slathered in Old School Delights own sambal sauce and are just like your school canteen used to make. The muar otah starter is also good, consisting of grilled fish meat blended with mixed herbs and coconut milk. For your main, as well as the classics we already mentioned above, the hor fun is exceptional and the nasi biryani with fried chicken never disappoints. The Old School Delights Singaporean menu is as rich and varied as the culinary melting pot of Singapore itself and you’re going to love it. Head to Farrer Park with a reservation as soon as possible.
Highly recommended. Every aspect of the Nasi Lemak Supreme was well-executed, and the Chocolate Banana Fudge Cake we had was outstanding. Will definitely be eating here (and at the Esplanade outlet) again when I'm in the area!
This place brings me back to my childhood school tuck shop days. But I feel that the chendol was overpriced. The only ingredients are red bean & the green string-like agar besides the ice, gula and coconut.
Place is spacious and the food was quite delicious. Had the sambal salmon with rice and the sambal went well with the salmon. Will be going there again