Cheap Eats

Cheap Eats

For the budget conscious!
Zachary Ong
Zachary Ong

As far as burgers go, this mushroom patty version of a BBQ burger’s really good! Plenty filling, and the BBQ sauce has a nice touch of smoke to it, while sill being full bodied and sweet.
Honestly one of my favourite burgers here!
Also, the student meal from 11:30 to 5:30’s pretty swell as you get a meal on top of your burger for free.


New menu item! Really juicy chicken with generous amounts of salted egg sauce drizzled on top. Basically a souped up, super moist Zinger. Twice the price but more than twice as good. Comes with wedges and also their special house made Chili sauce.

Honestly worth a try especially if you’re craving a good burger!

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Very interesting dining experience! Always had their traditional XLBs so this was an eventuality.

Honestly not all were star hitters but it’s something you should try once especially if you like their original XLB.

Personal favourites: the Foie Gras, and the Cheese.

The truffle one is hyped, but IMO, truffle should stay with Italian/western dishes.


Alright so the chicken collagen soup won’t best Beauty in the Pot (you get what you pay for) but for set lunches at 9.90++ per pax, why not?

They give a good selection of vegetables and meat with the set lunch that will leave you plenty full. The chicken collagen broth is so-so (I would not order it again as there is a surcharge of 3.90 for it), but the Mala soup is pretty decent.

The free sauces are also quite nice accompanied, especially their signature chilli.

Free flow drinks are an add-on at 0.60++ with every set purchased which is more than reasonable.

Really solid chendol. You can actually taste the pandan in these.

Will recommend the normal ones and the red bean variants! Also be warned they are really generous with the Gula Melaka here so be prepared for a sinful dessert.

Short of going to Malaysia, you cannot really get better chendol at this price in Singapore.