Cheap & Good for Groups in Singapore
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Cheap & Good for Groups in Singapore
Your impossible schedules finally match up for that long overdue group gathering. Count on this nifty guide for cheap and good munches for the whole gang, from skewers in Geylang to prawn noodles in Somerset!
New on Beyond: November 2019
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New on Beyond: November 2019
New 1-for-1 deals! Get fried chicken rice bowls at Paddyfolks, Labanese fare at Tabbouleh, breakfast platters at Crossroads Cafe and more!
Best Korean in Singapore
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Best Korean in Singapore
From Jjajangmyeon to Budae Jjigae (Halal option included!) to Korean fried chicken and Gamjatang— here are the best of Singapore's thriving Korean food scene. Be prepared to feast!
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Best Cafes in Singapore 2019
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Best Cafes in Singapore 2019
From a contemporary joint for yummy egg dishes to a chic little nook for dog-watching and a stunner doling out delicious kueh salat, these spots check all the right boxes.
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Babasan really does fusion really well, everything I’ve tried’s been real impressive

Belly Roll Mee, $13 (front)
Category: Main
Rate: 10/10
Visual: 10/10
Wow Factor: 10/10
Review: The Chefs really did it!! Their take on the classic Porchetta using Mee Siam as the stuffing, is really something else!! Very interesting dish, sounds odd but tastes Amazing. Is a must try when u come here!! This fusion food is so well thought out and really different from the rest!!

Oversized Salmon Skin, $11 (back)
Category: Appetiser
Rate: 10/10
Visual: 10/10
Wow Factor: 9/10
Review: another must try! Didnt think getting salmon skin for an appetiser would’ve been worth it but after the chef’s recommendation and trying it for ourselves, the crabmeat Ikura wasabi dip is what rly makes this dish different from other restaurants. (Tho the salmon skin itself was pretty oily)

Buah Keluak Wok Hei Fried Rice with Chicken, $10 (left)
Category: Main
Rate: 9/10
Visual: 8/10
Wow Factor: 9/10
Review: first time trying a Buak Keluak dish so reviews are not comparing to other Buah Keluak dishes but the wok hey is real! Every rice grain was nicely coated and an interesting taste!

Huevos Carbreados, $14 (I think) (right)
Category: Appetiser
Rate: 8/10
Visual: 9/10
Taste: 100% resemblance to Hainanese Chicken Rice, Fries version
Wow Factor: 8/10
Ingredients: Homemade chilli and garlic mayo, chicken, onsen egg, sloshed over shoestring fries.
Review: The fusion of the earthly ginger tgt with Chicken with fries is truly amazing!! Am a fan of the Hainanese Ginger taste as it makes eating a bowl of fries feel less sinful. Note that having the chicken and sauce on top of the fries make them soggy quickly so don’t spend too long taking photos, eat!

Ended off with Dessert (not included in BB)
Yuzu Muah Chee, $12
Category: Dessert
Rate: 7/10
Visual: 9/10
Ingredients: Oversized yuzu infused muah chee with soy bean and sour plum powder, served with coconut icecream
Wow Factor: 7/10
Review: Claims it’s good for 2 but Actly more than enough for 3 cause having dessert after all that good food, and muah chee in general’s also pretty filling. Really a fan of muah Chee but it did get a bit gelak towards the end. The flavour profile’s also pretty confusing with all the infused flavours...

Overall, the mains are their specialty and the food is really worth travelling down for! Will come back to try the others

Just like any regular mee chiang kueh stall, the pancakes here come in three traditional flavors such as crushed peanuts, desiccated coconut and red bean paste for 80¢ per slice with an option to add peanut butter to your crushed peanut pancake for an additional 20¢ more.
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Healthy and nutritious lunch fix from Mr Bean. My rice bowl selection was filled with a variety of toppings such as edamane beans, minced chicken and soft-boiled egg. And instead of rice white or brown rice, the three-colour wholgrain mixed rice consisted of white rice, brown rice and red rice. Absolutely filling and satisfying!

How would you like your steak done?

“Deep fried pls”

-Nigel

Pronounced as baris-tart or bari-start???

-Nigel

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Passes this place all the time since I live close by. For a good ramen place like this I'm surprised that it doesn't get more customers. Their tonkatsu broth is very rich though a tad bit salty. Noodles are made in house and very springy and just the right thickness. Was pleasantly surprised to discover that they have a one for one deal going on right now. Paid extra 3 bucks to include a drink and a side. Total damage for 2 people is just shy of $20.

Located at an unsuspecting end of pasir ris central hawker centre, lies wild olives where you’ll see snaking queues at any time of the day. Looking at the queue of about 8 people, I quickly joined the queue thinking that it would move quite quickly, however, I was wrong. The stall has a system of taking an order and making that order individually before moving on to take the next person’s order and this inefficient system is why the queue was moving at snail’s pace. Nonetheless, that didn’t faze me, and it took 30 min before I could finally place my order. The preparation of food was pretty fast and we only had to wait around 3 min.

Their grilled chicken was moist and tender unlike the conventional grilled chicken we get from other places that tend to be dryer. I love the signature mushroom rice which was super fragrant and appetising especially with the generous amount of onions that they added. The herb roasted potato wedges were also pretty well seasoned however, it did get a little too ‘jelak’ for my liking after a few wedges. You also get a bowl of pumpkin soup for just additional $1, which is super worth btw!

Overall, I can see why this inconspicuous stall is extremely popular with the crowds. They take conventional western foods and tried to add their own spin to it, which turned out surprisingly well! It’s also super value for money considering the generous portions and quality of food. I would be back again if not for the long queues I have to conquer first!

Taste: 7/10
Presentation: 7.5/10

The burrata was to die for. Also had the tomato pasta which was also a bomb 🙇🏻‍♀️