Gone are the days where you can indulge in a mouthwatering western meal without burning a hole in the pocket. Fortunately, 49 Seats exists and has made it a point to keep its fusion gourmet very affordable and accessible amidst the rising costs in this competitive industry. Most of the dishes are priced below S$16.90 and there is no GST and service charge.
From their signature spicy Tom Yum Seafood Pasta (S$14.90) to Cheesy Chicken Chop (S$16.90), 49 Seats may not be any gourmet fine dining establishment but its menu will leave you salivating. Your grandparents will find them comfortingly nostalgic whilst your kids will have no qualms gobbling them up. It is surely a place for everyone, without breaking the bank!
Here’s sharing our favourite dishes at 49 Seats. It is hard to just decide on one, or two.
Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro at Quayside Isle is one of our regular haunts, and we know many of you love it there too. If it is going to be your first time, you now have another reason to have a dinner there with your partner. With their amazing S$88++ ‘Weekday Favourites for Lovers’ promotion for 2 (available Mondays – Thursdays), this set will be best to set your night right. All the better for first-timers, because it showcases signature dishes of Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro!
Before we go on, we ought to let you know that this “Couples” set includes a full bottle of red or white wine; amazing deal, isn’t it?
We often get readers asking us for a place for celebrations of all sorts, and a question like this means we have to think of somewhere versatile and diversified. Perhaps somewhere with many restaurants and different cuisines?
Quayside Isle is the kind of place for all occasions. Very often, we find ourselves heading to Quayside Isle when we want to hide away from the crowd and take a little escape from the hubbubs of Singapore.
Having a lovely meal while enjoying a fantastic view of the Quayside Isle’s marina; that is the winning formula for an enjoyable lunch. Now, what if we tell you that a stellar lunch here can go for less than S$25?
If you had your initial doubts about the price tag of dining at Quayside Isle, you need not to anymore. For less than S$25, you can grab a great lunch here with so many options to choose from. Greek food? Burgers? North Indian food? Quayside Isle provides an eclectic mix of different cuisine types from all around the world.
Here are 10 Affordable Lunch Options at Quayside Isle for Under S$25, so you have no reason to not make a trip down for a quiet afternoon or two. Or more.
Concetto by Saveur is one of the ventures by the successful Saveur group, serving a range of Italian food instead of their usual French fare.
Concetto sports a chic and current industrial-style interior that screams minimalistic without being overly pretentious. With a simple and to-the-point menu, we saw countless of options from fresh pastas to heartier red meat options.
Dining out in Singapore can be very cheap, and it can be a costly affair too. Sure, you can do the budget way and have hawker food every day, but eating is also a form of social activity and there are many times that call for a proper meal at a proper outlet. And inevitably, that would mean spending more and S$3 for a plate of chicken rice no longer applies.
But we are fortunate enough to be in Singapore – the land of food. And the possibility of a pig flying is higher than you running out of dining options here. Dining out need not be expensive, really.
Amidst rising living costs and stagnant salaries, here’s sharing 20 Singapore Restaurants’ Dishes that are priced S$20 and under. Your bank account will thank us, but your jeans might not.
Italian cuisine is too underrated in Singapore. Not enough attention is given, or it is because there are not enough authentic options in town? We can never say no to a good Italian meal, because the sheer variety is enough to keep us occupied. There is always something new to explore, new flavours to fall in love with, and different textures to entice us.
For one, Waterfall Ristorante Italiano at Shangri-la Hotel, Singapore offers a daily spread that is sumptuous no less, and we can always count on the chefs for an authentic Italian affair. If you haven’t heard, the former Waterfall Cafe has been transformed into a Southern Italian trattoria that features handmade pastas and fresh seafood.
Prices are still very reasonable, but the dishes are better and heartier than ever. The new Chef de Cuisine, Marco De Vincentis, hails from Naples. And his experience will bring you nothing but the most authentic tastes of Southern Italy.
Think fresh seafood from the Southern Riviera, nutty flavours, and lots of lemon touches. Nothing overly fanciful too, just really playing around with fresh and quality ingredients to accentuate the essence and to showcase the true Italian flavours.
Take a trip to Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore – one of Singapore’s best hotels – and have a quiet Italian meal. You will love their new menu. Here are some highlights from Waterfall Ristorante Italiano’s new menu that we sampled: