We are seeing a rapid growth in F&B establishments that are experimenting with mod-sin cuisine. Known as ‘Modern Singaporean’ cuisine, this cooking style takes on an innovative approach with local dishes and it requires plenty of time for research and development in order to get the recipes right.
Jiakpalang Eating House is an up-and-coming casual restaurant along Alexandra Road that offers local Zi Char dishes with a twist. Driven by his passion for food and cooking, the restaurant’s executive chef Nixon Low gained some experience assisting in the kitchen before starting his own business.
Some of the interesting dishes you can expect at Jiakpalang Eating House are Charcoal Katarosu Pork Collar slathered with Kopi “C” sauce, Cereal Pan Seared Foie Gras and “Assam” Pulau Ubin Sea Bass. If you are getting tired of the usual Zi Char dishes, why not give this place a try? READ ON
For those who work in the CBD, are you on a constant lookout for cheap places to dine at during lunch? It is true that prices of food in the CBD are usually fixed slightly higher than elsewhere, but this does not mean that there aren’t hidden gems where you can enjoy delicious food without breaking the bank.
Let us introduce you to Gochi-So Shokudo, an under-the-radar eatery located at the corner of the basement of One Raffles Place that brings to you top-quality Iberico Pork all the way from Spain at affordable prices. Their Iberico Pork Belly Don will cost you just S$10; isn’t that a steal?
At times, we often find ourselves belabouring over how expensive our meals are in Singapore. This is partly due to the high price point already tagged to our meals, but the scary figure on the bill is only exacerbated by the addition of GST and service charge.
Sure, we understand the necessity of including service charge into our bills and there does not go a day when we are not grateful for the high standards of service we receive during our meals. This goes without saying that when service is exemplary, paying that extra money for service charge is worthwhile.
But there are those days when we long for just a cheap, affordable meal. And what if we told you that there are dining establishments in Singapore which offers you the same meals but without the addition of service charge?
Here are 24 Places In Singapore With No Service Charge. Yes, that means money for more food! You are very welcome.
Delicious as the food may be, many Korean restaurants in Singapore are not exactly affordable for students or even working adults who are on a budget. A meal at an established Korean restaurant can easily set us back at S$25 or more per person.
We then set forth with a mission in search of affordable, no-frills Korean eateries in Singapore where we can satisfy our Korean food cravings without breaking the bank. In this guide, you will find a list of Korean eateries featuring mains that are mostly below S$10.
Centrally located in the heart of the bustling Marina Centre, Marina Square is one shopping destination where you can find everything under one roof. Easily accessible from City Hall, Esplanade and Promenade MRT Stations, Marina Square is home to more than 200 exciting retail, lifestyle and F&B outlets.
Dining choices are almost endless—ranging from mid-scale cafes and restaurants located within ‘The Dining Edition’ to authentic Japanese eats at Emporium Shokuhin, Singapore’s first integrated Japanese Emporium.
If you think that it is impossible to find meals below S$20 in town, this is where we come into place. Here are 10 Affordable Restaurants At Marina Square With Mains Under S$20.
While we are on our journey to find the more affordable Korean eateries in Singapore, there were many hits and misses and we are glad to say that Sunny Korean Cuisine is one of the better ones we have tried so far.
Located in West Coast Plaza, an outlet mall which is a few bus stops away from Clementi MRT Station, Sunny Korean Cuisine offers cheap Korean classic dishes below S$10. READ ON
There is little chance that you will stumble upon Paper Crane unless you have heard of that place. Hidden in the grounds of Singapore Council of Women’s Organisations (SCWO) in Waterloo Street, this cafe is within walking distance from Bras Basah MRT Station.
Paper Crane is an unpretentious cafe that serves comforting Western food. Their attractive menu boasts All Day S$10 Deals and other Western main dishes that are below S$20.
Visitors do not have to pay for GST or service charge at this cafe. READ ON
What would be the most ideal, magical and romantic date with your partner? Imagine a gorgeous setting and a five-course meal; that would be Valentine’s Day that your partner is hoping for. Treat yourself and your partner to an unforgettable Valentine’s evening at the all-new PORTA located in Park Hotel Clarke Quay.
Be prepared to be floored by the classy European-style architecture; cosy and intimate, PORTA is the place to go to impress your date for the night.
Nothing is better than a bottle of Moscato, a luxurious five-course meal and the company of your favourite person. Here is what you can expect from PORTA’s stunning Valentine’s Day menu.