Tag Archive: Cheap Eats In Singapore

Lian Kee Bak Chor Mee – Yummy And Affordable Mee Pok Noodles At Alexandra Village Food Centre

21 May

Bak Chor Mee is one of Singapore’s most iconic foods and its a staple dish in hawker centres. This minced pork noodle dish is what you will be craving for after a long day at work or after a night of partying. Tucked in Alexandra Village Food Centre, Lian Kee Bak Chor Mee serves up humble and satisfying bowls of...

Bai Nian Niang Dou Fu – Handmade Yong Tau Foo & Mouth-Watering Chicken Wings

11 May

Nutritious, hearty and comforting, Yong Tau Foo is a Chinese dish that is pretty underrated but well-loved by the locals when they want to have a guilt-free but satisfying meal. You can find Yong Tau Foo stalls in many hawker centres and coffee shops but most are mediocre at best and certainly not worthy of a special mention. Yet, one...

Cui Xiang Yuan – Visit This Salted Egg Yolk Gem Before It Moves To Indonesia

25 April

From popular zi char establishments to the most secluded coffeeshops around Singapore, there is no stopping us from sussing out the best spots for our beloved salted egg chicken rice. Sure, we’ve tried our fair share of the stuff and had some great ones as well as some pretty disappointing ones but the hunt continues. Stumbling upon a rather secluded...

The Salted Plum – Wallet-Friendly Taiwanese Rice Bowls At Just S$10

22 March

Brought to you by the same folks that gave us delicious yet affordable Taiwanese-inspired rice bowls and the likes, Five-Ten, The Salted Plum brings to the Circular Road enclave a refreshing twist on Taiwanese-style street food but with a more extensive lunch and dinner menu—with meals mostly costing either S$5, S$10 or S$15. Although catered more towards the bustling office...

How To: Order Ma La Xiang Guo Like A Pro

25 January

Making headlines and sprouting out in hawker centres and food courts all around Singapore, ma la xiang guo is a delicacy that has evidently won the hearts of Singaporeans. A common staple in Sichuan cuisine, this mouth-numbing stir-fry comprises a wide variety of fresh ingredients that diners are able to pick out for themselves. Intimidating as it may seem with...

10 Lu Rou Fan In Singapore We Really Lu-rou-ve

11 December

Lu Rou Fan (滷肉饭) is one of the most beloved Taiwanese comfort foods that works wonders whenever we are feeling a little under the weather, or even on a regular basis when we are looking to for a satisfying meal to sate our ravishing hunger. A simple dish which is put together with braised marinated pork and steamed rice, Lu Rou...

8 Biryani Joints In Singapore To Fix Those Crazy Cravings

23 October

Hardly any other dish can mimic the complexity of biryani, from the exotic spices used, the texture of the rice and the superb marination of the meat. This brilliant melting pot of flavours truly epitomises the zenith of Indian cuisine. As preferences do vary, it is rather difficult to define the exact recipe behind a top-notch plate of biryani. However,...

Angmo Food—Affordable Protein-Packed Rice Bowls In Ang Mo Kio [CLOSED]

12 October

Western-style Rice Bowls and traditional coffeeshops do not usually go hand-in-hand. However, Angmo Food situated in BADALING Coffeeshop at Ang Mo Kio proves that they are the perfect match! “Angmo” is a Hokkien slang used in Singapore to describe a Caucasian, hence the name. Angmo Food hopes to fuse Western and Local flavours into their food with their affordable fusion food. Angmo Food...

Koung’s Wan Tan Mee – Famous S$4 Wonton Mee In Aljunied

9 October

Commonly regarded one of Singapore’s best local foods, wonton mee has enjoyed widespread popularity for good reason. Be it for the noodles, chilli, char siew or the wonton, this simple yet classic dish will continue to remain as one of our favourite and go-to comfort foods in Singapore. And one of the best places to get some quality wonton mee without breaking the bank...

300 Boru – Amazing & Pocket-Friendly S$6.90 Dry Ramen In Bugis

6 October

Looking for a ramen fix that wouldn’t be too damaging to your wallet? Nestled in Bencoolen Street, Burlington Square, lies a new local ramen joint–300 Boru. With only two choices of signature dry ramen, you do not have much of a choice. While they do not offer an extensive menu, their limited ramen offerings are just so value for money! It is...