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Eatbook Singapore
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They serve a variety of traditional Jamaican dishes, such as Jerk Chicken ($10), Curry Goat ($8), and Fried Plantain ($3). With the dishes marinated in traditional Jamaican herbs and spices, you will love the flavour bombs in the food!
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/mikes-caribbean-food/
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Writer & photographer: @estelliarmus

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For spicy food lovers out there, they also offer Dragon Ramen ($13.80++) to challenge your taste buds.
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/nantsuttei/
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Writer: @tamscratches
Photographer: @yoyuanning

Their Singapore Dinosaur Prawn Noodle ($15) got us slack-jawed at its massive portion and generous serving of 3 enormous halved prawns! They also serve White Lor Mee ($6/$9/$12), which was one of our favorite dishes.
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/old-house/
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Writer: @y.innyi
Photographer: @plaidedhobos

Their Satay Bee Hoon ($4) was doused in sliced pork, prawns, cuttlefish and tau pok along with a generous portion of bee hoon noodles and satay sauce! Their Cuttlefish Kang Kong ($4) was made up of loads of vegetables including carrot, kang kong, bean sprouts, and cucumber, as well as chopped cuttlefish.
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/sin-chew-satay/
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Writer: @azaleaamzzz
Photographer: @hueezhee

COUNT US IN. With over 30 different dishes to choose from, you can definitely find a dish that satisfies the entire group! From 2 May to 31 July 2017, you’ll be able to enjoy a promotion on weekdays and Saturdays that lets the fourth person dine for free with every three paying adults!
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/ban-heng/
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Writer: @charlycatcatcat
Photographer: @plaidedhobos

Their Kimchi Cheese Omelette ($12++) was very flavourful and we also had their Honey Butter Chicken Bumbuk ($25++), which had a generous amount of fried honey butter chicken and potato wedges sitting atop an ocean of mozzarella cheese.
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/hansul
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Writer: @tamscratches
Photographer: @glimpsesofhope

We had their Pho Dac Biet ($13.50), which was filled with rib-eye slices, meatballs, rice noodles, and a variety of herbs. If you prefer it dry, try their Bun Ba Nurong ($11.50). With a giant chicken chop atop a large amount of noodles, this is a dish that’ll let you get your money’s worth.
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/pho-stop/
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Writer: @anintricatevein
Photographer: @mrseanfoo

Their buffet prices can go as low as $10.80++ during lunch on weekdays! Top up $8++ for their Mookata add-on and get access to a range of seafood and meat!
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/talay-kata
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Writer: @tamscratches
Photographer: @plaidedhobos

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Their gravy is made with over 20 herbs and spices, and you can choose from four levels of spiciness. What sets this stall apart from others is that they charge by portion instead of weight. Vegetables, meats, and seafood go at $1, $2, and $3 respectively.
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/ri-ri-hong/
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Writer: @tamscratches
Photographer: @glimpsesofhope

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They’ve teamed up with one of Japan’s top eel breeder to bring in the fish via ANA, so you can be sure you’re getting some quality unagi. Their Una Jyu Set ($35.80++) gets you an unagi don, a bowl of miso soup, a small salad, chawanmushi, and a dessert of the day!
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/maguro-donya/
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Writer: @anintricatevein
Photographer: @limdaenia

Slice Beef Kway Teow Dry Set ($4/$5/$6) had a generous amount of beef slices and their Hakka soon kueh ($1 each) was bursting with ingredients such as shredded bamboo shoots, jicama, dried shrimps, and mushrooms!
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/beef-house/
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Writer: @y.innyi
Photographer: @chiaaseed

The PB&B Pancake Burger ($23++) made a dramatic entrance with its massive portion and towering layers of pancake, five-spiced pork belly, and bacon. Aside from crazy burgers, we also some classic dishes such as their No Fuss Yummy Chicken Fusilli ($19++).
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Full review at http://eatbook.sg/tiong-bahru-bakery
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Writer: @y.innyi
Photographer: @chiaaseed

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