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Locals Makan Places

Locals Makan Places

Common eatery that most locals will go to and also discover makan places island wide.
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I had a bowl of laksa with additional sotong fillet that is a must to have!!
Mild tasty soup based for the laksa.
There's chicken rice too!!
Limited seats available.
Location: Yishun Bus Interchange
Shop name: Datang Selalu

I have found a new makan place along Orchard road that is situated at the basement of Midpoint Orchard .

The store name: Putri Nur Nasi Padang

My meal cost $5.50 that's include my drink .

Definitely worth it for those who are working in this area.

The soup taste a bit blend but other food range taste much better. Price are pocket friendly. Located at Lucky Plaza, Orchard #halal


Location: Woodlands Community Centre
Shop name: Sedap Thai

Price are reasonable to the portion of food given. Worth trying.


Came across this makan place sometime ago. But it always full house as the dine-in area is small. So today, I'm able to taste the food here. Taste wise is acceptable to the price you paid for.


Operating hours from 12noon-2am daily.
Set meal for 2-3 pax for $38 exclusive of drinks.

Tasty meals worth every bite. Highly recommended.

Saf Rin

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Eat to live NOT live to eat

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