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5 Cheap Places to Eat in Singapore



5 Cheap Places to Eat in Singapore
5 Cheap Places to Eat in Singapore

5 Cheap Places to Eat in Singapore – Singapore is business city, so there are many expensive eateries open to serve the rich. This city has a vibrant culture of hawker food at very cheap prices. Also, if you look a bit further, you can find shops selling food at lower price compared to known restaurants. Here we take a look at 5 cheap places for tourists and visitors to Singapore.


1. Lau Pa Sat Festival Market

Lau Pa Sat’s cast-iron structure houses over 200 food stalls distributed along 8 hallways, all coming together at central atrium where the drinks stall dispenses refreshments such as water, beer as well as soft drinks.

Aside from the local dishes that you’ll get at every hawker center such as Chinese, Malay, Indian and “Western” food, Lau Pa Sat also houses small shops serving Japanese, Filipino, Korean, Vietnamese. The food ranges somewhere between $4 to 11$.

2. Zam Zam

Zam Zam restaurant in Singapore is a legendary spot that’s famous for serving Roti prata, murtabak, Nasi biryani. They are Indian Muslims so expect all Halal food in there. They also offer vegan and vegetarian options if you ask them.

3. The Coconut Club Singapore

This shop specialise in Nasi Lemak, a favoured local dish. They also provide another local sweet flavored trerat called Cendol. Their prices are relatively cheap so you can visit there and try this local dish whenever you pass by them.

4. Ya Kun Kaya Toast

If you love toast and coffee, then this is your place to go. Their specialty is toasted bread with a jam like sweet, “kaya” offered by coffee, “kopi” for a reasonable price. Their menu item prices ranges from $2 to 7$.

5. Wee Nam Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice Restaurant

this place is a c chained restaurant all over the Asia. They specialise in serving fried chicken and rice with unique flavours. The affordable price will surprise you and there is a nostalgic feel to this restaurant which is unique.


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