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Affordable food reviews you can try without worrying about your wallet crying. Typically less than $30 per person spending.

  • Saboten Tonkatsu (IMM): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: May 3, 2014

      "Quality Japanese katsu at affordable prices."

    saboten - exerior Considered to be the largest Tonkatsu (pork cutlet) chain in Japan, Saboten is a simply spectacular dining experience. In lieu of an exciting change of pace, the outlet Saboten @ IMM has been chosen to unveil a brand new dining concept. With over 500 branches worldwide, Saboten has become the go-to place for katsu aficionados, doling out quality Japanese deep-fried pork and chicken cutlets. If you like fried stuff, Japanese culture and eating, Saboten has it all. ...
  • Hui Wei 回味 Chinese and Thai Cuisine: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: May 20, 2014

    "Modest ambience with great food."

    hui wei chinese thai cuisine Hui Wei Chinese and Thai cuisine is the epitome of unassuming; set within a modest coffeeshop featuring round tables and generous portions of delectable Chinese-Thai cuisine designed to be shared. The ambience is one without airs, friendly staff wait on you as much as they can with a smile on their face. ...
  • Azzura Gelato Bar: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: April 27, 2014

    "All Australian Gelato"

    IMG_4924 For some of the finest award-winning gelato, sorbet and ice cream desserts, be sure not to miss Azzura gelato bar, authentic gelato from fresh made from perth before exported to local grounds for our enjoyment. ...
  • Pezzo Pizza (The Star Vista): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: May 9, 2014

    "GODZILLA Pizza launch"

    IMG_4233 Buy 2 get 2 free Pezzo pizza exclusive sethlui.com offer! Just say 'Pezzo is awesome, Pezzo pizza 1' at any Pezzo outlet to enjoy. No, this isn't a scene out of a Comic-Con festival. In lieu of the launch of the epic adventure movie GODZILLA hitting theatres island-wide on 15 May, Pezzo Pizza has partnered with Warner Bros. Singapore to launch a beast of their own - the first ever GODZILLA pizza. ...
  • Beer Market (Clarke Quay): Singapore Bar Review

    Last Updated: January 7, 2015

    "Singapore Beer Exchange"

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    As one of the exciting bars along Singapore's party central, Beer Market @ Clarke Quay boasts one of the most interesting and innovative dining experiences in town. ...
  • Bellwethers Bistro Bar (Brunch) at Desker Road Singapore

    Last Updated: April 18, 2014

     "New Brunch Menu"

     Bellwethers - wallTucked away into the crooks of culturally rich of Desker Road sits a quaint structure, much unalike its neighbours. Nuzzled cosily alongside old, rundown shophouses, Bellwethers Bistro Bar adds a touch of flurry to the otherwise sluggish atmosphere of the district. ...
  • Medan Town (Tanjong Katong): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: April 14, 2014

     "Indonesian Chinese Food"

    medan sign If you’re craving for a hearty serving of authentic Indonesian Chinese cuisine at an affordable price, Medan Town is the place to go. Medan Town is a simple, no-frills dining space wedged amongst the many other eateries along Tanjong Katong Road, overlooking the busy district. Don’t be fooled by the lack of pomp and ceremony, however, as the main attraction is the authenticity of the flavours that the city of Medan, Indonesia has to offer. ...
  • Extra Virgin Pizza (United Square): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: April 14, 2016

    "Amazing sides, but pizza falls a little flat"

    extra virgin pizza united square Invited by Alvinlogy to this tasting in collaboration with The Entertainer, Extra Virgin Pizza is one of Lo and Behold group's latest F&B ventures who also brought us classy joints like The White Rabbit and The Black Swan. ...
  • Rochor Thai Restaurant: Singapore Thai Food Review

    Last Updated: November 7, 2016
     Tasty Thai food at a shiny new location. Keen on Thai food? I know I am. I love the heat, the spice, the lemongrass and the fresh vegetables and fish. If you feel the same way that I do, you ...
  • Brunetti Italian Cafe (Tanglin): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: April 7, 2014

    "All in one Italian pasticceria and coffee joint"

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    Brunetti cafe at Tanglin Mall is a Italian cafe originating from Australia, for their casual coffee joint brunch concepts. A combination of Gelateria, Cioccolateria and Pasticceria, Brunetti offers a little of everything for everyone and is an excellent spot for families and friends alike. The common Australian brunch actually only has desserts and coffee, unlike the meatier heavier variation in Singapore. A quaint setting with old fashioned black and white tiles, Brunetti has a casual flair yet exudes a certain sophistication. ...
  • MEDZS @ Millenia Walk: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: December 19, 2014

    "Craft beers and Mediterranean Tapas"

    MEDZS is launching a brand new weekend brunch menu and I've the pleasure of sampling the brand new items firsthand. A mix of French, Spanish, Moroccan, Italian, Greek and Turkish cuisines, MEDZS wasn't kidding around when they declared themselves a Mediterranean restaurant. MEDZS restaurant Millenia walkThe dining interior style is akin to Marche restaurant, with patrons being given a card upon entry. You go to a stall you like, which each features one nationality's cuisine, order, then pass them your card. The chef scans the card, and returns it to you so you can order from more stalls later on. ...
  • Ramen Kagetsu Arashi (The Cathay): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: March 5, 2014

    "Dried Bonito and Tonkotsu Broth Ramen"

    Ramen Kagetsu Arashi CathayRanked the third most popular ramen chain in Japan, I was quite exciting to try Ramen Kagetsu Arashi after a thoroughly enjoyable bowl at Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King.

    Newly opened at The Cathay basement, there was a big turn out of lifestyle and food bloggers to try this ramen.

    Ramen Kagetsu Arashi introduced 2 new dishes today, more to appease the local palate: The Ginjiro Ramen and the Itameshi dry Curry Rice.

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  • 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi (搵到食): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: June 28, 2014

    "Original Hong Kong road-side style Dim Sum"

     126 dim sum wen dao shi

    126 Dim sum, or Wan Dou Sek (搵到食) in Cantoneseis a brilliant wordplay on the name as well as the street number that this dum sum restaurant is located on. If the owner wasn't into dim sum, he/she could seriously consider a career in copywriting. This is probably the most authentic looking Hong Kong style dim sum in Singapore, complete with a burly aunty with permed hair. Other close runner ups include Swee Choon Dim Sum and Victor's Kitchen. The sheer genius of 126 Eating House dim sum is that it's open 24 hrs, every single day. ...
  • Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 8, 2014

    "Best Tonkotsu Ramen Soup Base in Singapore"

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    Ramen Keisuke has 3 small eateries at Orchird hotel, with Keisuke Tonkotsu King being one of them, along with Tori King and Gyoza King. If you are familiar with Japanese terms, the naming is pretty self-explanatory of what the specialty at each shop is.

    Tonkotsu King has about 20 seats and is constantly full due to its small capacity. The branding as a hole-in-the-wall, simple homely shop has worked wonderfully with many Singaporeans visiting like bees to honey.

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  • Victor’s Kitchen: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "The hidden dim sum kitchen"

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    Found in Sunshine plaza, Victor's Kitchen is definitely not an easy place to find even though it's so close to town. I mean, they don't even have a website or Facebook page! Their reputation is purely word-of-mouth and patronized by the people who pass by Sunshine plaza and see some crazy queue during lunch. I stopped by around 3pm, which is why the place looks so vacant. But trust me, it's a completely different story during meal time. I got a good shot of how Victor's Kitchen looks when it's empty, which is a very bare minimum setup with whatever random tables and chairs they could find at the value store. A very unpretentious place to walk in for some afternoon dim sum just like in Hong Kong. ...
  • Ming Kee Chicken Rice Porridge (明记鸡饭粥): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: May 25, 2014

    "Best Chicken Rice in Bishan"

    Ming Kee Chicken Rice (明记鸡饭粥 ), formerly relocated from Bugis Street, is no doubt one of the best chicken rice in Singapore. Located in Kim San Leng Food Centre near Bishan bus interchange, the queue here is absurd during lunch time, having to wait 30 minutes or more! I usually come post lunch, 2pm-5pm to avoid the queue. Ming Kee only serves 'white' chopped chicken (白斬雞), with accompanying dishes like bean sprouts, oyster vegetables, gizzard and 'crystal' chicken feet. A simple, standard chicken rice stall menu. Ming Kee Chicken Rice ...
  • Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen (Liang Court): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: October 27, 2013

    "Smoking hot ramen"

    Tonkotsu Kazan Ramen I first saw Tonkotsu Kazan ramen featured on Danielfooddiary, and was quite intrigued by the smoking presentation of the ramen. The unique volcano concept for ramen was inspired by its founder, amazed to see Singaporeans eating smoking hot steam boat in the sweltering heat of our little country. Thus Tonkotsu Kazan ramen was born with its signature red funnel top, piping steam out like a volcano. ...
  • Swee Choon Dim Sum: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: July 19, 2014

    "One of the most celebrated, well-known Dim sum in Singapore"

    Swee Choon is one of Singapore's oldest established dim sum restaurants, having more than 40 years of heritage. What was originally a single unit shop-house at Jalan Besar has grown to occupy 4 connecting shop-houses and even has tables in the back alley. I first came to know Swee Choon years ago because it opened till 6am, and was the perfect supper place for drunk party-goers. Strangely, the traditional dim sum model has always been a morning affair, but Swee Choon Dim Sum has managed to turn it around, only opening for business at 6pm instead. After clubbing, Swee Choon is fairly accessible from town and thus caters to the midnight supper gang. Families and youngsters alike patronize this popular spot along Jalan Besar. [adrotate group="4"] If you haven't heard of Swee Choon, you haven't clubbed hard enough in Singapore. Dim sum is known for ordering in variety so that everybody can share, so there's going to be loads of dim sum pictures coming up. I'm only highlighting some of the best dim sums I liked at Swee Choon, as there's just too much too list. ...
  • Gu Ma Jia: Singapore Food Review (姑妈家)

    Last Updated: April 8, 2016
    "Fresh Assam fish head curry at Gu Ma Jia" I'm an absolute addict for Assam fish head curry, this ambiguous ethnic curry that comes with that Assam spicy and sour kick. I was searching online with ...
  • Boston Seafood Shack: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "New player in casual seafood dining"Boston seafood shack

    Boston Seafood shack is a relatively new casual seafood concept housed in Star Vista mall, brought to you by Creative Eateries, the same people behind famous local chains like Bangkok Jam and Siam kitchen. Boston Seafood Shack looks poised to compete against the big shots like Fish & Co and Manhattan Fish Market. I'm going to be perfectly honest with my readers; prior to the tasting session at Boston Seafood Shack, I did some online research on the restaurant and boy, were the results far from flattering. If you looked up hungrygowhere.com, you'd probably still see the nasty reviews up there. I promised myself as a food writer that I will never sugar coat a truly bad experience, if not that defeats the point of a review. This might be awkward hmm....
  • Tim Ho Wan Singapore (Toa Payoh) 添好运: Food Review

    Last Updated: October 23, 2016
    "Michelin 1 Star dim sum in Singapore" It is truly an honour and achievement for traditional Asian restaurant Tim Ho Wan (添好运) to achieve a Michelin star, and a fortune we can all enjoy right ...
  • Saveur Restaurant (Purvis St): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "Saveur is the most value for money French casual restaurant in town"

    saveurinterior By the way, it's supposed to be pronounced 'SAH-VUR', like cat fur. I've been to Saveur twice already and it has been a delight. Many other bloggers have done a Saveur food review as well for very good reasons.
    Ok, the inconvenient drag is that you have to be there on the dot when they open at 6pm (for dinner). Come at 6.05pm and sorry, you have to wait for the next seating at 6.45pm (I know because this is exactly what happened to me the 2nd time). Even at 6pm there's a queue now. The tell-tale signs of a successful eatery is when the staff accidentally lets out a giggle as you phone ahead to place a reservation. You know it's going to be full-house. ...
  • Simply Bread (Cluny Court): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: November 20, 2013

    "Good simple bread"

    On the constant pursuit for the best breakfast places that won't break the bank, I arrived at Cluny Court for my next endeavour. To be honest, we were supposed to brunch at Société Canteen, but as I was waiting inside for my late date (yet again), I changed my mind to venture somewhere else. Why, you ask? The atmosphere at the Société Canteen was very, very cold and pretentious. Cold as in emotionless and without passion. No where near the Melbourne experience as promised. There were barely 3 tables occupied and no one smiled or even said hello. Everyone just looked like there was someone with a gun in the back room and they had to pretend to look normal. Absolutely stoic and I couldn't stand it in there. Oh wait, this is a review about Simply Bread, right, on to that. Ahem....
  • Wimbly Lu: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 19, 2016

    "Comfy, home setting"

    I've heard my friends rave about the secret cafe stretch at Jalan Riang, and am ashamed that I've been staying in the Serangoon area for 27 years without ever visiting. One fine sunny day, I took a 15 minutes walk to this road from my home, deep within the foliage of terrace houses to find this magical place. Was snooping around the mostly Melbourne-ish inspired cafes and bistro, then finally was drawn into Wimbly Lu. They had a brunch menu with scrambled eggs, so that won me over. Wimbly Lu looked packed and there was a 7 pax before us. Waited about 8 minutes and got seated inside. The cafe has very pleasing decorum, refurbished from an old shop house with the original wall stripped off it's wallpaper to reveal the brick foundation. Grand displays of the chocolates and cakes, which they are known for. Inside, there was a huge light-well glass ceiling that let in plenty of natural sunlight and a little courtyard, which is why just stepping inside Wimbly Lu makes you feel like a happy unicorn at home. ...