Spice Alley on Kensington Street is home to the kopi-tiam

Six hawker-style eateries under a ceiling of glowing lanterns, this laneway meanders through the landscape of Asian cuisine.
Dine on Singaporean dishes at Alex Lee Kitchen, Bang Luck Thai Street Food, Old Jim Kee’s Malaysian spices and Cantonese street food from Hong Kong Diner. Book-ended by Japanese dining hall KYO-TO and Vietnamese fares from the glass-faced Viet, Spice Alley unites family recipes from across the Asian continent.
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SINGAPOREAN

Alex Lee Kitchen serves up an array of flavourful and authentic Singaporean dishes from Singaporean chef Alex Lee who offers his unique flavour to the Asian street food experience.
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THAI

Bang Luck Thai Street Food‘s culinary young gun, Tiw Rakarin, fuses together Thai and Vietnamese street food in a menu directed by his distinctive contemporary style.
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MALAYSIAN

Old Jim Kee serves a selection of authentic Malaysian dishes including mouth-watering stir fry dishes and deep fried delights – the newest brainchild of veteran chef Uncle Jim (Jim Yong).
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CANTONESE

Hong Kong Diner brings hawker food: wontons, BBQ pork, handmade noodles, and a taste of the Asian metropolis into Spice Alley’s hidden courtyard.
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JAPANESE

KYO-TO is part terrace dining room, part open-air courtyard, delivering Japanese cuisine into a space bridging traditional talismans and contemporary design.
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VIETNAMESE

Viet‘s chef Tiw Rakarin captures the delectable odes to rice fields, coast lines and nostalgic memories of the culinary topography of Vietnam.
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