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SG Cheap & Good Eats ($10 & Below / Pax)

SG Cheap & Good Eats ($10 & Below / Pax)

Cheap & good food finds (Mostly from hawker centres, food courts or coffeeshops) in Singapore.
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The Simpang Bedok area is certainly a hot spot for mee pok, with at least 3 noodle stalls spotted within the same area.

I went for the stall located at Kwek Seng Huat Eating House based on a friend’s recommendation (he stays in the area and swears by this stall). They have 3 sizes ($4.50, $5.50 & $6.50), and i went for the $5.50 one as i was feeling rather hungry. I enjoyed my bowl of noodles; the mee pok was springy and did not clump up, while the chilli really hit the spot for me. The portion was generous as well; the noodles and ingredients left my tummy full and satisfied.

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I used to prefer Ah Hock (red plate) over this stall when choosing fried hokkien mee at Chomp Chomp Food Centre, but lately i’ve been more inclined towards Chia Keng.

The style here is the sticky wet kind, with a flavourful wok hei taste in the noodles. With fresh prawns and super shiok sambal chilli as well, this beats Ah Hock for me.

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This is one of my go to Nasi Lemak spots when the nasi lemak craving strikes and it also helps that they are open till late which means they are a convenient supper spot too.

The base of the dish is of course the fragrant rice ($1), and the items i usually go for are as pictured; fried chicken wings ($1.70), otah ($1.50) & long beans ($1). The fried chicken wings in particular are really good; so crispy and juicy.

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It goes without saying that the star of this dish is their signature chilli sauce that had a mildly intense yet savoury taste to it. Top that up with fresh prawns and lean cuts of pork with yellow noodles and you got yourself an enjoyable dish.


A play on the Chinese pronunciation of durian (Liu), mango (Mang) and ice (Bing), this gangster Ice dessert is a crowd favourite at Jin Jin Dessert located at ABC Brickworks Hawker Centre.

The combination of Mao Shan Wang durian purée and sweet mango cubes sitting atop shaved ice drowned in evaporated milk is simply irresistible!


Tian Tian is one of my favourite hainanese chicken rice stalls in Singapore, the standard is consistently good. Those smooth tender chicken and fragrant rice are truly a delight!


Everything was so good; the noodles soaked up the savoury soup (probably from the prawn head & squid) and every bite was filled with sweetness from the seafood. The sambal chilli complemented the dish perfectly too.
Kim Hai Fried Hokkien Mee
Address: #01-102, 79/79A Circuit Road Food Centre
Singapore 371079
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One of the must try food at East Coast Lagoon Food Centre is definitely the wanton mee from Hwa Kee.

The noodles were so springy with an old school taste, while the wantons were also nice; but the star of the dish was definitely the deliciously sweet & addictive char siew slices which just screamed ‘Devour Me!!!’.

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Many Singaporeans consider the hainanese chicken rice here (the original branch at Yishun) to be among the best you can get in Singapore. Having recently tried it myself for the very first time (I’m late to the party i know), i do agree that they are definitely one of the better ones around.

Tender succulent boneless chicken drenched in tasty sauce accompanied with fragrant moist rice, it was a delightful meal.

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I have been wanting to try the fish soup here for the longest time (partly due to their interesting name), and i wasn't left disappointed during my recent visit. The soup was light yet flavourful while the fish slices were fresh and quite thick. An affordable & comforting option in the area if you’re looking for something lighter on the palate.

(P.S. I still don’t know why they are called Angel Horse, perhaps i should ask the stall owners next time)


This is the kind of laksa that i love; the thick and lemak coconut gravy kind. Add that with fresh cockles, your usual fish cake, tau pok & bean sprouts atop the noodles and you get a perfect bowl of laksa that never fails to satisfy.

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Cheap & yummy fish soup that is open 24 hours. The soup was good; very flavourful and the fish slices were fresh & tender. Come here to get your fish soup fix at any time of day!

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