Tag Archive: Affordable Food In Singapore

Hock Kee Fried Oyster – Traditional Wet Orh Luak You Probably Won’t Find Elsewhere

7 September

Fried oyster omelette, or better known as ‘orh luak’ amongst Singaporeans, is a savoury dish that you can easily find in hawker centres all over Singapore. Crisp on the outside and slightly sticky and starchy inside, who would have thought that this version that most of us have had for years isn’t actually the traditional version that was served back in...

Nan Tai Eating House – Unpretentious Simple Taiwanese Comfort Food

1 September

To most, Taiwan is known as the land of night markets, deep-fried goodies and shopping districts. Boasting such a vast selection of edible delights to feast on, it’s definitely hard to cope with the post-holiday blues. Should you find yourself missing their famous braised pork rice (lu rou fan) or oyster mee sua, Nan Tai Eating House over at Kim...

6 Western Coffeeshop Stalls In Singapore That Offer Affordable Steaks

13 August

In Singapore’s ever expanding food scene, steak still reigns as one of the most highly sought after food items among the food-obsessed, and to be able to taste a quality cut is by far one of the most pleasure-inducing experiences. But let’s be real, a meal at a fancy steakhouse isn’t cheap. Which is why we are immensely thankful for...

8 No-Frills Roast Meat Places In Singapore For The Carnivores

9 August

People say that chicken soup is for the soul but we much rather have a plate of perfectly roasted meats any day. The crispy crackling skin, juicy meat and flavourful marinade get to us all the time. Oh yes, nothing beats devouring a roast pork, roast duck or char siew—you can have them during celebrations and even as comfort food....

Old Airport Road Food Centre Guide – 11 Of Our Ultimate Must-Eats

17 July

Ask any foodie where some of the country’s best local eats can be found and many would point you towards Old Airport Road Food Centre. With over a hundred stalls in a colossal hawker complex, one would naturally be spoiled for choice. Whether you’re looking to start your day proper with a brilliantly brewed cup of kopi, or simply indulge in a...

Amoy Street Food Centre Guide — What To Try From The Traditional To The Contemporary

9 July

Established in 1983 and boasting two full levels of local, traditional and contemporary nosh, Amoy Street Food Centre is, hands down, one of Singapore’s most beloved hawker havens and one of our personal favourites. Situated right smack in Telok Ayer amidst the slew of quality bars, cafes and restaurants, there’s just something about this gem of a place that steals...

Chye Kee – Underrated Chicken Rice Joint With Amazing Dry Macaroni

5 May

Succulent, flavour-packed and tender—these are the 3 quintessential components we look out for whenever we find ourselves craving chicken rice. Of course, there is more that goes into this iconic Singaporean dish than just the chicken alone, but what we look out for—first and foremost—is if the chicken makes a great first impression. Over at Chye Kee Goldhill Roasted Chicken...

The Stew House – Hearty Western & Asian-Style Stews In A Hawker Centre

30 April

While stews such as a classic French beef bourguignon or even a chicken velouté are often associated with fancy restaurants, The Stew House over at Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre aims to change that perception—one hearty bowl at a time. Dishing out both Western and Asian-style stews at affordable price points, having yourself a comforting bowl of stew at any...