Recommended lists for Cheap & Good

Recommended lists of Cheap & Good food and restaurants in Singapore
Tastemakers Guide to Bugis Under $15
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good Tastemakers Guide to Bugis Under $15 We're kicking off our very first Burpple Tastemaker-powered guide in one of our favourite haunts β€” Bugis! Every place on this guide comes highly recommended by our Tastemakers. From sharing authentic Thai food on Tan Quee Lan street with your friends, snacking on pan-fried dumplings in Bugis Village or taking away Indonesian pancakes in Bugis Cube for your colleagues, there's plenty to eat and explore. The bonus? All places featured will cost you under $15! Go forth and feast joyfully β€” your tummy and wallet will thank you later!
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.
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!
19 Value For Money Eats in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good 19 Value For Money Eats in Singapore Always looking for a good deal? We've updated our guide with 10 more foodie spots that offer incredible value for money, including a massive serving of $23 risotto good for two, $12 Japanese rice bowl sets in the CBD, and luscious pastries under $2. Make this your little black book for penny pinching days!

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Latest Reviews for Cheap & Good

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Michelin Bib Gourmand – Popular Among West-siders

Curry Fish Head - the fish is so fresh, and there’s no fishy odour at all.

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1 hour queue for this 1-star BCM and its queue was never ending.

We went for the $10 bowl since it was already such a long wait. So, was it worthwhile?
$10 for this bowl packed with ingredients and with a taste worthy of a ⭐️, I would say it was totally worth the price. Especially with a bowl of BCM costing $4-5 at any foodcourt, we had no complaint about this.
Having to queue an hour again? We would probably think twice. Frankly, this was good but there are other good BCMs in SG that are not far off comparatively. Hence, it's actually easy to go somewhere else in SG for a good BCM (not considering the Michelin label) without such a wait.
So, the next time we return would probebly be when we're nearby and having much time to spend. Nonetheless, praises to our local hawker and keep our flag flying high.

One Michelin Star Bak Chor Mee

It was right when they said that the average waiting time is 1.5 hours - started queuing at 10am but only got our noodles at 11.30am.

At first glance, we felt that there wasn't much difference between our $8 noodles and the $6 or $10 versions as they all looked the same, but we guessed that it might just be an additional of each topping: meatballs, dumplings, pork liver, sliced pork, and fried fish slices. That being said, each component was executed well - the noodles were vinegary & springy and all the pork items were tender.

This is definitely a costly plate of noodles, but I would say that it's worth it because you can hardly find a bak chor mee stall that gives so many ingredients of consistently good quality despite the long queue.

Thanks to Veronica, I've been craving for this.

Finally made my way to my local fav stall and ordered the large portion with extra greens. Spicy of course!

Oh, I fall to temptation so easily, especially when it comes to food.

A trip to my fav meehoon kueh shop turned out somewhat different. So would you like to try our signature pig stomach soup, she asks as I placed my meehoon kueh order. I couldn't resist and so got myself a bowl. Boy, oh boy, it was good. Peppery and piping hot, this was very comforting especially on rainy afternoons.


The almond and sesame paste...Such a nice dessert for a gloomy and rainy Friday.
I really like these 2 Colours - Black and White. Their pure form gives a striking contrast to one another's presence. One as a reflector of light and one as an absorber of light.
Haha... Just eat lah.

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Smoked Duck Chashu Ramen ($7.80)
This is one of their popular dishes.

The duck was tasty tender with the smokey flavor. The ramen was average. The pork & chicken soup was so so and it would be much better if we could add spiciness into it. The egg was good.


Beef Sabu Ramen ($7.80)
Yellowy ramen in pork & chicken soup.

Too bad they couldn't customize to have spiciness in the soup. Lack of spicy, lack of kick. The beef was a disappointment. It came in a whole hard chuck and was tough, not tasty at all. The only saving grace was the soft tender egg.