Let’s be honest: food made for the ‘gram is seldom delicious food. That over-the-top milkshake wearing a headdress of too many pretzels, sprinkles and fruit? Three sips and we’re out. Those noodles suspended on chopsticks in the air? It’s got nothing on a tasty bowl of good old bak chor mee. So we’re wary when we tiptoe through the entrance of Social Place, the Singapore outpost of the popular contemporary Chinese restaurant from Hong Kong, known for its kitschy photo-friendly dishes like gold-glazed charcoal custard buns and dumplings shaped like bayberries. The eatery opened in 2014 in Central.

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