Having only ‘soft’ opened last month, this hip fast food joint is decked out to look like a cross between a New York subway station slash diner, with a neon-filled bar at the back too. We arrived too early in their soft opening to see the bar, but got to experience some late-night dining in the open kitchen.
Their menu is a grand tour of New York city, starting from the Upper West side all the way down to Brooklyn and making iconic foodie pit stops along the way. Their K-Town ramen burgers have noodles for buns and are filled with pork and kimchi – a prime example of their fun and casual menu.
Admittedly catering for the late-night crowd of LKF (their opening hours are from 5pm–2am) the street eats are just the sort of fried, comfort food you crave after a night out.
Street Meat, 50 Wyndham Street Central