Pretty filling food! There's set lunch/dinner, really affordable IMO, for a cafe especially! And what's best? It's halal! Will definitely come back.

The term "hipster" might be a wee bit overused by now but ROUSE actually does check all the boxes for being a hipster cafe, complete with "brick" floors. This Muslim-owned spot makes good coffee with their house blend, specially roasted by Dutch Colony Coffee Roasters. The menu is rather interesting as well - think curry crab burger with sweet potato fries, beef-wrapped asparagus with pumpkin mash, and smoked salmon with poached eggs and a quinoa patty. It's a lovely space to chill at, even if you're just looking for a quick pick-me-up.
*Muslim owned, halal-certified suppliers

Le Steak by Chef Amri is an affordable family-friendly steakhouse that is well-loved for their grilled chicken, sirloin steak and seared salmon -- all priced reasonably below $20. Even the desserts of bread pudding or creme brulee are a hit at just under $10. If you're in the Jalan Kayu area, this is the perfect place for dinner with your loved ones. Burppler Lydia Sonia says, "One of the best steak I tried. Juicy and tender, cooked to perfection."
* Halal-certified

Studio Cafe SG is a new addition to Toa Payoh's buzzing food scene. Alongside local dishes like nasi goreng and nasi ayam penyet, expect western dishes like sirloin steak, pasta and even mussels. The food here is reasonably priced and there is no GST or service charge, so if you're looking for good food without breaking the bank, give this place a try!

If you're in the Katong area, check out Tash Tish Tosh for reasonably priced Western food. Much raved about here are the buffalo wings, which are slightly spicy and tangy. Their thin crust pizzas are popular as well. Generously topped with mozzrella, these pizzas are not for the faint-hearted. The pizza dough and tomato sauce are both made in-house from scratch; popular flavours include the Meathead and Hawaiian. For something slightly healthier, opt for their customizable subs!