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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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I added shredded chicken (+$1) to the congee for alittle more texture to the meal. Whitebait was nice but turned soggy pretty quickly - I fished it out and set it aside so that it would retain its crunch throughout the meal. Porridge was smooth.

Swensen’s offers a weekday lunch special where you get a free side, drink or dessert of your choosing for every main purchased.

My family and I had such a spread! Wanting to milk every cent, we ordered a side each. In the end we barely touched our sides cause their mains were huge enough. On hindsight, we packed our sides to-go so we could heat it up later on.

I had their salmon & mushroom baked rice. It was very salty but it’s sauce always brings me back to order it. They were also very generous with their ingredients and cheese.

Picked the warm protein - miso salmon - and it was amazing! The fish was well marinated and added a nice oomph to the lettuce base. I also accompanied my base with a portion of pasta, which was pretty decent. Portions were big so I shared it with my friend 🙂 a good place for a quality salad bar.

This features the house signature 'Pizza In Teglia Alla Romana', or Roman style pan pizza, which is square, not round.
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More bread-like in nature, their pizza is made with a 50% whole wheat flour dough that has 85% hydration after 36 hours of poofing, and results in a soft fluffy spongy texture similar to bread.
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You can choose up to any 4 flavours of pizza on the menu for this communal dish, with each flavour measuring 25cm in length.
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Babasan’s modern take on the OL staple is interesting, with a flavoursome fish broth made from a mixture of fish stocks poured over Japanese rice. What differs markedly is the addition of deep-fried crumbed fish, lightly battered tofu cubes, cherry tomatoes, black fungus and bonito, which added a welcome combination of textures and variety to what can sometimes be a rather boring dish for me if not executed well. I enjoyed it on the whole, but the fish fillet veered too much towards the frozen variety for my liking.

One of 3 dishes currently on their $10 set lunch menu, it comes with hojicha, bottled water or soda, which makes it quite value for money.

Miharu boasts an extensive selection of ramen bases - I was spoilt for choice. I eventually chose seafood shoyu ramen while my friend picked fish shoyu ramen.

Perhaps my order was confused with my friend’s, but the seafood shoyu ramen tasted heavily of bonito whereas the fish ramen was much lighter.

I ended up swapping ramen bowls with my friend bc I preferred her lighter soup. I was a tad disappointed - I saw alot of reviews praising their food, but I thought it was pretty average. For their price point ($17-18), I could’ve tried places with better quality.

Nonetheless, I still finished the entire bowl. A plus point would be their egg - a perfectly molten center with a salty touch from it’s marination.