48 Arab Street
Singapore 199745

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12:00pm - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 03:30pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm


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Top: cheesecake shots @ $7.90
Bottom left: combo (beef & chicken) overrice @ $13.90
Bottom right: overrice fries @ $7

There isn't much to describe except that they all taste not bad. We first tried the overrice without the fiery red sauce, and then dipped a bit of it, and then mixed all of it in. We like it all mixed in the best.

Saw other photos of the overrice fries and they seem to come with quite a bit of the house sauce but ours was very little so the fries was a bit plain.

The cheesecake shots came with strawberry, blueberry and yuzu flavours, 2 each. But it's a bit gimmicky and when we first tried it, it feels like we couldn't get to the bottom of the shots, which was mostly the flavoured jams (?). So we tried stirring it and it was better. But I think it should be made without having to stir?

Overall was not too bad and price point is okay. Wasn't very crowded on a Sunday afternoon even though it's not a big place. Might be back to try the other small bites.

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@overricesg doesn't just have yummy mains, they have addictive sides as well! Their spicy popcorn chicken is a must have whenever I visit. The sauce is really spicy and it goes really well with the crispy popcorn chicken. The overrice fries has that same spicy sauce, shredded meat and a lot of fried shallots to give it that extra crunch and flavour. Always looking forward to eating here 😋

Generous portions of meat & carbs in this bowl 😋 loved the sauce as well!

Decent rendition/clone of the NYC halal guys (but of course halal guys is still the best). Pulled beef is nice and tender. Falafel was abit of a surprise as it didn't taste the same as the usual ones. Rice is moist and tasty. Local Sambal is very spicy!

Yellow basmati rice, fluffy pita, spiced chicken, lettuce n' tomato salad and a tangy white sauce (mayo/yogurt/vinegar?) all come together in one spankin' delicious mess - an unrefinement that tickles the senses most when you're stumbling down dimly lit streets, mildly inebriated in the chill of night. At $9.90, the portion is a steal.

Maybe I'm being oddly specific with my descriptions, but it's this kind of grub that gives off the rawest feelings and ticks all my boxes.

I love this place. Fuss free good food and great prices. I was satisfied for less than $10 here.

I haven't tried the famed halal guys this place is supposedly to feel like but I enjoyed my pitas. Soft pitas and the chicken was juicy and well marinated.