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Where to eat cheaply in Singapore? | Digital Nomad’s Guide

Find out where to eat cheaply in Singapore and taste the best of Southeast Asia!

Singapore is a multicultural city-state, but with a lot of Chinese influence. Their food, unlike the cost of living, is cheap and clean. Thus, the budget traveler will not have a hard time at lunch and dinner, as where to eat cheap in Singapore is almost everywhere in the city.

Before showing you some restaurant options, I want to give you some tips on where to eat cheaply in Singapore. First, watch where the locals eat. Second, look for the food courts (food courts), they have the best prices and a wide variety of restaurants, all with sanitary inspection.

Third, I don’t remember the name of the Korean restaurant we ate at, please eat korean food, if you like spicy food. Korean food is very good. Now check out some cheap restaurant options in Singapore!

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This Japanese restaurant is focused on teriyaki sauce dishes, mainly chicken and salmon. The food is wonderful, as is the price, which does not exceed 6 SGD (Singapore dollars). Kazan is my favorite restaurant and the photo highlighted in this post is from there, of the wonderful teriyaki chicken. address Chinatown Food Centre.

328 Katong Laksa

This restaurant is the home of laksa. THE laksa is a perakanan soup, that is, a mixture between Chinese and Malay culture. I tried the laksa in another restaurant, but I didn’t like it very much, but I believe it’s worth a try, because it’s usually pretty cheap. address 216, East Coast Rd.

Tian Tian

the star of Maxwell Food Center is Tian Tian, ​​whose great differential is the Hainanese chicken. The prices are so good, around 4 SGD, that the lines are constant. By the way, Hainanese chicken is nothing more than a boiled chicken, served with fragrant rice and some sauces. address Maxwell Food Centre, Chinatown.

Yu Kun Kaya

How about trying a typical Singapore breakfast? Yu Kun Kaya offers a breakfast with delicious buttered toast and typical pastries, as well as strong coffee. Only the eggs, very soft, don’t taste like Westerners. address 18, China Street.

Ten-Ichi Udon

You noodles will accompany you throughout your trip to Asia, mainly in Southeast Asia and the Far East. Japanese noodles are called udon. Ten-Ichi Udon allows you to make your own udon plate. address 23, Serangoon Central.

Long Phung Vietnamese Restaurant

I rarely ate Vietnamese food, but I loved every bit of it. I can’t explain why, but the vietnamese food has very special flavors and aromatics. Long Phung Vietnamese Restaurant serves quality food for 10 SGD, a good price for dinner. The combination of good prices and quality food generates queues. address 159, Joo Chiat Road.

Komala Villas

In Singapore, the indian cuisine is very strong, especially in the Little India neighborhood. Komala Villas is a good place to taste Indian spices, which are quite strong. So, you must like spicy foods. Also, the restaurant is vegetarian. address 76, Serangoon Road.

Ah Bong’s Italian

Located near Tiong Bahru station, Ah Bong’s Italian is one of the options for Italian restaurant cheaper. After a long time in Asia, you will miss western food. address 56, Eng Hoon Street.

Sources: Soshiok and The Guardian.

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