Cheap and delicious – It’s hard to get both of these together in Singapore these days.
The island’s self proclaimed status as a food paradise is debatable as the selection of high quality, affordable dining is quite poor. Food tends to be either considerably pricey and very good or cheap, mass catered and mediocre.
Tourists are routinely directed to dine in the ubiquitous food centres with their plastic seats and gaudy signs. There are some tasty finds in such large dining quarters and they are worth visiting, but one soon tires of them.
Here are six outstanding venues that I wrote about for Taste & Travel Magazine. Each one serves high quality meals for around $10-15 (Singapore Dollars) per meal, they are a bit of a change of scene from the hawker centres. Have…
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