Tag Archive: Cheap Food in Singapore

10 Incredible Eats In Hougang You Probably Didn’t Know About

8 September

When Hougang is mentioned, many would begin to imagine an extremely old neighbourhood with nothing much to offer in terms of food–especially not with food haven neighbours Kovan and Serangoon. It truly is a shame because little do people know that Hougang is home to many delicious food gems, including cheap hawker eats and the ever-so-popular Arnold’s Fried Chicken. If...

12 Buffets To Satiate Your Need To Pig Out For S$20 And Below

4 September

Very rarely do we find ourselves able to indulge in a full-on feast here in Singapore without a hefty price tag to come with it. Yet, unknown to many, there actually is quite a number of relatively cheaper options for one to eat to their heart’s content under a budget. Sure, they may not be lavish, let alone the sort...

MaLa Hot Pot – Affordable Ma La Xiang Guo In The Heart Of Ang Mo Kio

5 August

We aren’t ashamed to admit that we have been addicted to the recent fiery food trend that is Ma La Xiang Guo, having visited numerous Ma la food stalls in Singapore when we crave for something spicy. Since it’s popularity grew in the last year or so, you can now find countless restaurants, eateries and coffee shops offering this Chinese...

10 Places In Orchard Where You Can Spend Less Than S$10 For A Meal

1 August

Orchard is one of the busiest districts in Singapore, known for being home to major fashion labels and exciting street performances. Yet for students and those on a budget, dining in town can prove to be a burden on your wallet. Most restaurants and cafes in the vicinity would set you back at more than S$20 per person for a...

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...