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

  • Flock Cafe (Ghim Moh): Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: March 2, 2015

    "The good new among old charms"

    flock ghim moh cafe singapore Located in a charming mature estate and surrounded by quaint small shops is Flock Cafe's second outlet. Their Ghim Moh's outlet adds a certain zest to the neighbourhood. We can imagine ourselves flocking over for a cup of iced coffee after running errands around the area. ...
  • Sifu Hong Kong Dining Room: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: March 1, 2015

    "Hong Kong cafés reinvented"

    sifu bugis Singapore hong kong cafe Sifu debuts in Singapore's Bugis Junction to bring us an innovative twist to the classic Hong Kong style dining scene, striving to challenge the boundaries of casual dining. Complete with dishes such as the all-time Hong Kong favourite, beef brisket stew, to delectable freshly baked pillow buns from their very own bunnery, SIFU brings customers a variety of comfort meals at pretty affordable prices. ...
  • Saturday House: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 27, 2015

    "Casual dining not just on a Saturday"

    saturday house-1 Nestled along a quaint corner along Upper Paya Lebar Road is Saturday House, with a big, bright broadway-style 'Saturday' leading the way. With Sunday Market just around the corner, we were intrigued to check out Saturday House for what they had to offer. I mean, Saturday literally comes before Sunday right. ...
  • Montana Brew Bar: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: December 17, 2015

    "No Soggy Corners Here"

    montana brew bar-12 Inside PoMo resides the brand new, Sydney-inspired speciality coffee house, Montana Brew Bar. The laid-back coffee scene of Sydney is exactly what the cafe mimics in the otherwise busy city area bustling with schools and offices. Serving all-day brunch style dishes to appeal to the current cafe-hopping, brunch-eating, gourmet-coffee-drinking crowd. ...
  • Grub Noodle Bar : Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: January 20, 2015

    "Serving quality beef noodles in a wholesome broth till late"

    grub noodle bar rangoon road Did you know that "Grub" is a slang for the word food? We at sethlui.com reckon that "Grub" is such a catchy and adept name for an f&b joint. After the much successful set up of Grub at Bishan Park (famous for their perfect burgers) and Fix Cafe at HomeTeamNS Balestier with amazing desserts; the four owners of Cookyn Inc introduces their latest dining concept - Grub Noodle Bar at Rangoon Road. ...
  • Mookata House (Big Splash): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: January 10, 2015

    "Mookata with Marbling"

    mookata house singapore big splash east coast Another new mookata joint has opened its doors on our tiny little island in the East (my estimations tell me the number is more than 30). Taking root in the Big Splash quadrant of East Coast Park, Mookata House takes over the premises from the now defunct Claypot Fun. Just a stone’s throw from the beach front (ok. definitely a very long throw), diners can enjoy the sea breeze while tucking into a meal with family and friends. ...
  • 12_45 Secrets Of Thai Taste: Singapore Mookata Review

    Last Updated: June 23, 2015

    "Hearty Thai Goodness"

    1245 mookata sengkang-5960 If you love 1_345 Mookata over at Bukit Batok, you will be pleased to know that they have just opened another outlet, 12_45 Mookata over at Seng Kang Square. Aren’t they different brands with somewhat similar stall names? The “_” blank signifies the next outlet being sought out as part of the owner’s grand plan to have a string of outlets - third one is already in the works. In fact the brains of this venture was thought out by the owner’s Thai wife (from Chiang Mai), really reinforces the term “behind every successful man is a woman”. ...
  • Oliva: Singapore Italian Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: December 21, 2014

    "Voice of the Downtrodden"

    oliva restaurant arab street singapore Diane Ng, owner of Oliva Italian Restaurant at Arab Street, bemoans the imminent loss of shisha. Since plans to eventually outlaw the distribution and retailing of shisha have been ratified, human activity in the usually bustling district has dampened, Diane shares. But, with her reasonably-priced Italian cuisine that omits pork altogether for a greater reach, the founder of the 4-year-old eatery believes there is hope for life in the future of the culturally-rich area beyond that of textile inundation. ...
  • Mojo Burps: Singapore Gastropub Review

    Last Updated: December 16, 2014

    "Unleash the Mojo"

    mojo burps singapore tanjong katong When the LA Clippers play after the Lakers on the same night at Staples Center, it takes a painstaking 2 hours for arena personnel to entirely convert the stadium's theme. At 364 Tanjong Katong Road, where 7-month-old Mojo Burps is the evening resident of the daytime coffeeshop, this theme replacement takes far less time. ...
  • 14 Best Kway Chaps 粿汁 To Try In Singapore

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Kway Chap, the 2-part Teochew dish that enraptures true gourmands of the scrumptious pig, is a combination of Kway—a soy sauce broth with thin, broad rice sheets—and a freely customizable ...
  • The Drinking Market: Singapore Pub Review

    Last Updated: March 2, 2015

    "Laid back drinking hole"

    The Drinking Market East Coast 'It nearly could have been ours,' says The Drinking Market Director Joel Low of a felicitous opening along the East Coast beach that never was realized for his Northern-Thailand-inspired bar. But bustling Katong, where the 2-month old gastropub currently is housed, seems to be pretty suitable for the targeted crowd as well. ...
  • Asanoya Bakery 浅野屋: Singapore Cafe Review

    Last Updated: April 16, 2015

    "Fresh Breads Here"

    asanoya bakery singapore queen street For the first time in its eighty-one years of existence, one of Tokyo’s best bakeries has set up shop outside Japan. Yes, you heard it right, highly acclaimed Japanese artisan bakery Boulangerie Asanoyabakery has opened the doors of its first international outlet in Singapore. Founded in 1933 in Karuizawa, Nagano, Japan, this famed Japanese artisan bakery is famous for its rustic Japanese-style breads (traditional stone oven baked) and pastries. ...
  • Pie Face: Singapore Bakery Cafe Review

    Last Updated: November 23, 2014

    "Happiness from Australia"

    pie face 313 orchard-2Australian café and bakery chain Pie Face has opened its first outlet in Singapore [email protected], and will be opening its flagship store at Bugis Village. Pie Face already has multiple franchises in Australia, New Zealand, and New York. Its first Middle East outlet will be opening in Abu Dhabi later in 2014 as well. ...
  • Foodology Fresh: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 21, 2014

    "Fuss free fresh food"

    Foodology fresh singapore Located just across from Maxwell food centre, Foodology Fresh provides an alternative and cooler place to refuel. Foodology Fresh is nestled in The URA Centre and offers a multi-sensory dining experience that boasts a self-serve concept, giving diners the freedom to customise their meals. The 800 square feett space is brightly lit and welcoming with its modern earthy interior. ...
  • Mookalicious: Singapore Mookata Review

    Last Updated: December 1, 2014

    "The Bangkok Wave Lives On"

    mookalicious-1 Mookata in Singapore is delivered to us in a bevy of cute names and logos, but perhaps there are none more adorably christened than Bukit Timah's new Mookalicious. Opened just last month by a Bangkok-loving trio, its illuminated emblem attempts to invite you across present MRT works of the future Beauty World Station. ...
  • 15 Cheapest Happy Hour Beer Bars In Singapore You Can Get Drunk On

    Last Updated: March 30, 2017
    The age of narcissism has not been too kind to us city drinkers. Considering that Singapore, following a 2014 tax hike, has gloriously been crowned the country selling the most expensive ...
  • Eastern House of Seafood: Singapore Zi Char Review

    Last Updated: November 16, 2014

    "Zi Char Rise in the Far East”

    eastern house of seafood exterior Not to be confused with the similar-sounding “House of Seafood” that also lies east (Joo Chiat) of Singapore, Eastern House of Seafood runs its independent zi char business, which boasts a highly extensive menu and strictly-controlled seafood, along a residential block at Chai Chee Drive. If you were to first observe its fan-ventilated interior with tiled walls aggressively plastered with endless replicas of top sellers, you might reckon the restaurant only prides itself on a couple of dishes. ...
  • Comnam Broken Rice: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: February 20, 2016

    Rightly For Blue Collars

    comnam broken rice singapore raffles city Comnam Broken Rice is a new Vietnamese outfit in town. The Raffles City Shopping Centre restaurant, founded by chef-owner Nam Quoc Nguyen, serves traditional broken rice dishes, rice soups, and other desserts for the rice-hungry. According to Vietnam War escapee Nguyen, broken rice (otherwise known as Cơm tấm) in the olden days was regarded as industrial waste and cheaply sold to the more impoverished, so us seeing a proliferation of this commoner's dish may very well do justice to Marx's foreshadowing of a proletarian uprising. ...
  • 11 Singapore Hawker Meals Below $2 You Won’t Believe Still Exist

    Last Updated: December 23, 2016
    Southeast Asia is known for many things: deviance, superstition, and not least cheaply priced commodities, but odds-defiant Singapore - in its steady ascension in the sphere of popular metropo...
  • Malaysian Food Street (RWS): Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: October 15, 2014

    "Famous Authentic Malaysian names"

    malaysian food street rws penang hokkien mee With a unique, quaint old town setup, Malaysian Food Street at Resorts World Sentosa promises to strike a chord with Singaporeans who just adore food across the causeway. ...
  • Sync Korean Fusion Bistro: Singapore Restaurant Review

    Last Updated: November 4, 2014

    "Casual Korean-fusion in the West"

    SYNC Korean fusion bistro

    Although located in Westgate - the "Orchard" of the west part of Singapore, Sync Bistro can be quite a challenge to locate. Westgate shopping mall is divided into 2 shopping areas- air conditioned and the more eco-friendly open air area. Head to the open air area and look for the Samsung outlet, Sync Bistro is located right above Samsung on the third floor. ...
  • Jetstar Airways New Inflight Food Review 2014: Chicken Rice

    Last Updated: October 2, 2014

    "Air flown chicken rice from Jetstar Asia"

    jetstar airways plane changi airport I bet most Singaporeans are familiar with Jetstar Airways for their budget flights, especially to nearby Southeast Asian countries for a quick getaway. I've personally taken their flights multiple times to Jakarta, Bangkok and other typical tourist spots. But throughout my budget plane escapades, I've never tried the inflight meals ever. Until now. Meals aren't part of the no frills experience as they cost extra, so naturally if you want to eat, you'll have to pay that little extra. ...
  • Shin-Sapporo Ramen: Singapore Food Review

    Last Updated: October 1, 2014

    "Serving more than just ramen"

    Shin-Sapporo ramen orchard gateway singapore Located in B2 of the somewhat quiet Orchard Gateway, Shin-Sapporo Ramen can be quite easy to miss. Opened in May 2014, the Orchard Gateway outlet is the fourth and latest addition to the popular home-grown ramen chain. Using age-old Japanese recipes, many people do mistake this local chain as a Japanese franchise. ...
  • K.Cook Korean BBQ: Singapore Buffet Review

    Last Updated: September 12, 2014

    "Affordably priced and very value for money"

    K Cook Korean BBQ buffet Orchard Central At review time, K. Cook has only been opened in our sunny island for a mere 2 weeks and judging from the dinner crowd and queue, they seem to have arrived with a mission in mind - to be one of the best Korean BBQs in town. ...