Tag Archive: Cheap Food in Singapore

Joo Seng Food Place – Incredible Hawker Dishes In An Unassuming Coffeeshop

14 June

Joo Seng Food Place is a hidden gem we stumbled upon while sussing out new food places around the Tai Seng neighbourhood that caters to the lunch crowd for office workers in the area. Situated along Joo Seng Road, the coffee shop is pretty out of the way and you probably wouldn’t give it a second glance if you walked past...

10 Affordable Mod-Sin Food In Singapore

10 June

Over the years we have seen a rapid growth in Mod-Sin Cuisine, commonly known as “Modern Singaporean” cuisine—combining local modern dishes with the modern western-style concept. Restaurants these days have been serving modern Singaporean dishes and transforming hawker food with a modern twist. These Mod-Sin renditions have turned famous Singapore food such as Laksa, Nasi Lemak, Chicken Rice and many...

Daily Coffee Singapore—XXL Nasi Lemak So Huge You Have To See To Believe

9 June

Nasi Lemak, Laksa and Kaya Toast are dishes that need no further introduction to Singaporeans. Daily Coffee is a Halal eatery situated in Viva Business Park and they have elevated these dishes to the next level. If there is one thing Singaporeans love more than food, it would be free-flow food or upsized food. With this in mind, Daily Coffee...

Chef Recipe — Hidden Gem In Sengkang With Western Dishes Below S$10

8 June

Nestled under an HDB block in Anchorvale Street, lies Chef Recipe that serves up a myriad variety of affordable and delicious western dishes. This hidden gem offers hearty mains ranging from burgers, pasta, chicken, baked rice, steaks, snacks to fresh salads, mostly below S$10. This humble eatery can get a little crowded during lunch and dinner hour but the food...

Ros Muslim Food Stall – Healthy Soto Ayam You Will Love

25 May

Soto Ayam needs no introduction in Singapore. A dish we are all familiar with, a favourite from the school canteen back in Secondary school. Ros Muslim Food Stall is one such stall that sells a considerably healthier alternative and it’s pretty tasty too. Soto Ayam is garnished with shredded chicken meat, coriander, bean sprouts and spring onions.  Comforting and delicious,...

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...

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...

Heniu Teppanyaki – Affordable S$9 Teppanyaki Lunch At 313@Somerset

12 September

Teppanyaki is undoubtedly an all-time favourite of many as diners can choose their own ingredients, watch their food prepared a la minute and literally enjoy their food right after it is freshly cooked on the griddle. If you are unfamiliar with the concept, teppanyaki is a style of Japanese cuisine where fresh ingredients are cooked on an iron griddle by...

Wen Guang – S$3 Handmade Fish Ball Noodles Worth Traveling To The West For

21 August

One local dish that many Singaporeans are unable to resist is Mee Pok which is commonly sold in hawker centres around our little island. We recently came across Wen Guang, a humble Mee Pok stall nestled in Jurong West 505 Market & Food Centre that offers a delicious bowl of Mee Pok for only S$3. What makes Wen Guang stand...

At The Myo – Humble Eatery At Everton Park With No GST & Service Charge

21 August

Previously known as Sebastian’s Fusion Cuisine, the Kopitiam stall has rebranded to a new cafe called At The Myo and shifted its location to Everton Park. Less than 10 minutes walk from Outram MRT Station, the casual dining establishment offers both Western and Japanese cuisines at affordable prices. At The Myo is the kind of place where you will feel...