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Cheap and Good Food for Groups in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good, Good For Groups Cheap and Good Food for Groups in Singapore It can be tough to please a crowd when planning dinner for a large group, especially so when it has to be affordable. Thankfully, these restaurants offer feasts made specifically for group dining, so you can share some seriously good eats. From french food in a casual setting at Bedok, to tasty korean stews for four in Suntec City to $1 oysters in Tiong Bahru, this guide contains our top 15 places to dining with a group of any size.
New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: September 2016
Burpple Guides, Newly Opened New Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Singapore: September 2016 We’re midway through September and our tummies are still rumbling for more! From slurp-worthy noodles in VivoCity to a gorgeous part florist, part furniture shop in MacPherson, we’ve sussed out 10 more new places that will leave you feeling full and satisfied. Go on, it’s time to jio your friends out for that long-awaited meal!
10 Cheap and Good Meals Under $10
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good 10 Cheap and Good Meals Under $10 Aside from the typically affordable hawker fare, we've sniffed out 10 cheap and good meals under $10! Whether it's fiery tom yum from a stall tucked away in Burlington Square, a mala hot pot set lunch in Orchard or juicy XLBs from Chinatown Complex Market, here are our favourite wallet-friendly eats. Your wallet can thank us later!
Good Eats, Good Deeds: 15 Places to Dine for a Cause
Burpple Guides Good Eats, Good Deeds: 15 Places to Dine for a Cause This week, we shine the spotlight on F&B entrepreneurs who are determined not only to serve tasty food, but also ignite the spark for social change. From a coffee bar that trains disadvantaged women and youths in life skills to a hawker training school for the disabled and a cafe that donates groceries to the needy, this guide is chock full of establishments that play an immensely inspirational role in making Singapore a better place. For us foodies, what better way to earn extra karma points while keeping our tummies satisfied than to dine for a good cause? So go on, eat well, pay it forward and do your part!

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Japanese Buffet

The seafood spread isnt great as u can see. But the sashimi is fresh and cut every few minutes:) price:$35 after service charge..gst... But they are having some lunch special like less than $30 ? If u eat within an hour. Rating:7.5/10


The cheese (to me) is no big deal. In the picture, the cheese had just been put into the plate, hadn't melted yet.

Everything here was just average. Don't think I'd come back. $29.90 nett (Mon-Thurs) could be more well spent imho. Even though there's free flow drinks & ice cream here too.

awesome buffet @ Suntec City.

Kuishin Bo! Awesome buffet~ many kinds of seafood here and delicious wagyu beef! 38++ for lunch. But if you can finish in 1 hr, the price will be 24++!! Highly recommended !

Creme Brûlée Latte

This latte was perfect for someone with a sweet tooth. It was made well, easy to drink and not too bitter. Great imitation of creme Brûlée in drink form!

Really Ninja Rice.

Pun intended. Didn't order the bowls as I still can't get my mind around paying a ton for vegs, so I ordered from the all day brunch menu instead. Char siu with poached eggs (and a hunk of avocado) are something new, and the perfectly done char siu come in generous servings - not overly salty at all! Friend couldn't 'find' the ninja rice he added though, the rice was a true ninja 😂😰 So I guess the bowls are out for me even though the flavour combis are so daring👍👍👍. The place has a unique chill out feel which made me feel like I'm in another country. Everyone's in a loud, chill out mode too, so nope, you can't whisper here.

旺城 Seafood White Bee Hoon (small: $6)

Opened for only about a week when I was there, the stall at unit #01-06 specialises in one dish only: the seafood white bee hoon. If I remember correctly, they offer 5 variations of it. Besides the one I had, which is the standard with prawns and clams, there's a version with crayfish, another with flower crab, yet another with fried fish and a last version combining 3 types of seafood. As basic as it may be, I thought mine was already very good and was pleased that for $6, the portion was generous. It came with plenty of gravy that's redolent with fragrant pork lard and rich in seafood stock. All but one of the prawns tasted fresh (oh well) but the clams were uniformly satisfying. The generous amount of Chinese cabbage gave the dish a lovely sweetness while the "kng chye", a leafy green herb, imparted quite a strong flavour.

Dried Chilli Froglegs Rice

Nice dried chilli froglegs with rice for 1 pax $8.50. The portion is good for 2 pax too. -Chang Jiang G1 Claypot Frog Porridge #01-1150