Category Archives: Cheap Eats

Angie’s Oyster Bar Review – Raffles Place Singapore

Located on the 45th floor of the Singapore Land Tower with gorgeous views of Marina Bay, Angie’s Oyster Bar’s amazingly cheap $1 happy hour oysters is what initially attracted me to the place. With a table booked via Chope for 6pm, my friend and I were given a lovely table outside. The happy hour oysters… Read More »

Montana Singapore Cafe Review – PoMo Dhoby Ghaut

Apart from Plaza Singapura, I rarely go to other shopping centres in Dhoby Ghaut but if you venture a bit further east you’ll find PoMo shopping mall which houses this hidden gem of a cafe, Montana. Formally known as Montana Brew Bar and now as just Montana, they serve all day brunch, pasta, burgers, a… Read More »

Nanyang Old Coffee Review – Chinatown Singapore

Cheap and cheerful, Nanyang Old Coffee is one of my favourite places to go for a quick meal or snack. The branch in Chinatown serves local favourites such as Nyonya Laksa, Bak Kut Teh, Nyonya Curry Chicken and Nasi Lemak as well as Kaya Butter Toast, Chee Cheong Fan, Nyonya Bak Chang, Soon Kueh and… Read More »

Wee Nam Kee Chicken Rice Restaurant Review – Marina Square Mall Singapore

I’ve been to Wee Nam Kee on several occasions, mostly when people come to visit from abroad, as it’s been highly recommended in many guidebooks as one of the best chicken rice restaurants in Singapore. Personally I prefer Jew Kit Hainanese Chicken Rice but Wee Nam Kee comes a close second. The branch in Marina Square… Read More »

How To Save Money In Singapore: Eating Out

Eating out in Singapore can be as cheap as $2 for a meal at a local hawker centre or could amount to hundreds of dollars in a fancy restaurant. With so many dining options in Singapore and new eateries opening up all the time, there is some fierce competition and tons of dining deals and… Read More »

Chong Wen Ge Cafe Review – Telok Ayer Singapore

Slightly hidden behind the facade of an old Chinese school right next to Thian Hock Keng temple, Chong Wen Ge Cafe is a Peranakan cafe sharing the same building as the Peranakan Tiles Gallery and Singapore Musical Box Museum. Although located right in the heart of the CBD amidst the crowds of workers, there is… Read More »

Pho Street Restaurant Review – Centrepoint Orchard Road Singapore

Could this new pho place be the best pho in Singapore? Well it’s definitely up there with the best and in my opinion it may well be. With branches seen popping up recently all over Singapore, the one in The Centrepoint shopping centre on Orchard Road is the latest new opening of this Vietnamese self-service restaurant chain.… Read More »

Song Fa Bak Kut Teh Restaurant Review – The Centrepoint Orchard Road Singapore

I haven’t had Bak Kut Teh since I was a child and my dad used to make it. I remember the soup to have a very herbal flavour which I didn’t really appreciate at that age but as I had some visitors last week who wanted to try the local Singaporean Bak Kut Teh, we… Read More »

Singapore Favourite Food Village 2016

Held annually, the Singapore Favourite Food Village was held this year from the 22nd till the 31st July. Part of this year’s Singapore Food Festival, it showcased the diversity of Singapore’s food culture with more than 20 different stalls, food trucks and pop-up cafes selling old Singaporean favourites as well as mod-Sin (modern Singaporean) cuisine. Occupying the Rochor… Read More »