Singapore food lists

Favourite Picks in Singapore
Hello, Fellas! This time i want to share with you my favourite food picks in Singapore ❤️
I lived there in 2008 until end of 2011. So i’ll give you a list that stated not only the fancy expensive food, but also the local and very cheap price, with a delicious taste ofc! ☺️
1. Whampoa Hawker at Balestier Road

Most of people will go to the infamous Newton Circus Hawker, but for me, i’ll recommend you this place. Taste good, more affordable, and you can hang out with the locals!


Hokkien Mie Small Portion is $5

BBQ Chicken Wing is $1.4

Sugar Cane is $1.5

Fried Oyster Omelette Small Portion is $5
Unfortunately, I can’t remember the number/name of the stall. But do not worry, coz the one that i always buy is the one with long queue! So you can always easily spot the right stall ❤️

2. Wild Honey on Scott’s

Brunch go where? Go WILD Honey!


The must try dish here is the Norwegian – $27

Because I always go there for brunch, I will always order side dishes to accompany my Norwegian. I choose Brazilian Bread – $6 super gooey, cheesy, fluffy bread with seasalt and Breakfast Potato – $6.

A great combination for brunch, not too full, but quite energized for sightseeing before lunch time!

3. Mc Donald’s

Oh wait, did i just write Mc Donald’s? YES! Singapore’s McSpicy is worth to try!! The set meal is $7.5, ala carte is $5.


Indonesian people do love spicy food. But too bad, our McSpicy is so plain.. Come to Singapore and give it a try!

Spicy and tender! And do not forget to spread the chilli sauce! It’s a garlic chilli. My fav ❤️ this is a must. All my indonesian friends who study there also miss this McSpicy after they go back for good 🙂

4. POPEYE Louisiana

Another list of fast food to try! The biscuit and the mashed potato is TOP!! Super tasty. The meat also cooked in perfect temperature to have a crispy but not oily 🙂

Too bad they do not serve strawberry jam for the biscuits anymore. (Not all the stores, the one in Bugis still has Strawberry Jam yeayy!) I really miss how great is the jam 😭 but the chicken and mashed potato and coleslaw still worth to try.

5. Aston Express or Aston Signature

Are you craving for a steak with affordable price? Make your way to Centrepoint Orchard to try Aston.

Aston has a lot of branches all over Singapore, just google it and find nearest store with your location.

The price started as low as $7 to $20.

Comes with 2 free side dishes of your choice.

This is really a great deal! The taste is nice too ❤️ and this is also in LadyIronChef’s list 😊 give it a try!

I love to treat my friends here to celebrate my birthday back then.

6. Dazzling Cafe at Orchard Gateway

Dazzling is a cafe branch from Taiwan. The design is somewhat cute, classy and girly. The chair is like a rabbit head.


Try the famous Honey Chocolate Toast. 3 stacks of toast bread with hot chocolate filling, served with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate sauce ready to entertain your mouth.

For the drink, i do recommend you hazelnut chocolate. You can order it as a hot drink or ice drink.

Looking for a tea? Wedding tea and summer lychee is refreshing and tasty!

7. Jia Xiang Mee Kolomee Sarawak


This noodle is from Sarawak, Malaysia. Comes with mince meat, shrimps, and wonton. I do really love this! Super tasty. In fact, this is one of the best and delicious noodle in Singapore. You can find it at Vivo City.

8. Founder Ba Kut Te @ Balestier

Ba Kut Te is one of the local food you need to try when you’re in Singapore. When the heaps are more common to visit Song Fa at Clarke Quay, get yourself down to Balestier Road and try the famous old ba kut. It has peppery soup which is so tasty and affordable – $6 . Don’t forget to order Barley as your drink. They open until midnight, best choice for supper too!

My favourite from 2008 till today. And pssst, this place also visited by most of the chinese actors and actresses too! Super famous ❤️

Oh if you’re near Bugis area, they have 1 big modern stall near there. Just google it for direction.

9. 328 Katong Laksa

Do not bother to travel far away to Katong Area. You can find this famous delicious katong laksa at United Square. You can alight at Novena MRT Station and walk across the street.

Add on yam (sea shell) to have a bowl of fantastic laksa to satisfy your craving!

10. Wee Nam Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice

You haven’t come to Singapore if you haven’t try Chicken Rice.

There’re a lot of famous Chicken Rice:

Tian Tian at Maxwell Chinatown

Bun Tong Kee

Loy Kee

Sergent

And more.

Most of them are taste the same.

But my fav one will be Wee Nam Kee.

You can order a single portion of steamed chicken or roasted chicken. If you come with your friends and family, you can order 1 whole chicken or 1/2 😊

I will always order the roasted one, more tasty for me. If you order 1/2 or 1 chicken, you can mix your meat!

11. Todai at Marina Bay Sands


Indulge yourself at a luxury buffet at Marina Bay Sands. For only $70, you can enjoy the unlimited alaskan king crab, salmon, and many other great dishes. Make sure you emptied your stomach before anddddd eat a lot there!


12. TWG

Afternoon will be nice at TWG. A hot tea, cookies, or even main dishes.

My all time favourite dish will be Lamb Chop. Juicy, tender, and seasoned just right to entertain my hungry soul!

For tea, i will always ask the help of the waiter. I will usually choose something sweet and flowery to brighten up my day!

13. Hup Seng Duck Rice

Located at 22 Sin Ming Hawker, if you don’t really know where this is, you can take cab. Also there’s a famous ba kut there which know by the neighbourhood. I prefer Founder Ba Kut.

Duck Rice, emm my family love it. The soy sauce taste a bit like herbal medicine. Anyway, my son loves it so much too. And they always have a long queue daily. I guess my justification is not right this time? But here it is, i still give you the name to try on your own ☺️

14. Sin Ma Claypot Frog Porridge

Located at Geylang Lor 3, nearest MRT station will be Kalang MRT. This is so delish! I don’t like porridge and frog and skeptic about this. After a spoon, i began to like this so much. I even add more portion. They sell seafood too, crab and more. Very tasty. Recommended! Cost around $30.

15. Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat

Located at Balestier Road. The fish head soup is amazing! You can order the set menu of $105 to have fish head steamboat, fried dumpling, 3 big abalones! So tasty. Even Darren eats a lot of these! I will always go back to this place again and again.

16. And many more to try…

Tim Ho Wan (for dimsum, Michelin Star). Don’t dabao. Eat there for more tasty experience. Store at Plaza Singapura only takes 5-10 mins queue during peak hour.

Putien at ION L4 (chinese food, Michelin Star). Order the clams, yellow slow cooked fish, fried oyster, shredded pork with fried pao, and soup. Will cost around $105 but worth to try.

Head down to Holland Village and try any bars there.

Fat cows at Camden (per pax is around $98)

Llao llao (I recommend you to Order Sanum $5.95)


Awfully Chocolate

Honey Creme

Sunday Folks


Tiong Bahru Bakery (please stop by even if you’re already full. Worth to try). Stop at Tang Plaza you don’t have to queue long, unlike their other stores.

Ah Chew Dessert at Novena (right beside United Square). The dessert even nicer as compared to Hong Kong Desserts. Try the mango and durian sago, and black glutinuous rice with vanilla ice cream. Dessert start at $2.5, average price is $4.5

Spize! (Tom yum and pad thai is a must!). This is right behind Great World City.

Ce La Vie

Equinox Bar and Lounge

Max Brenner (try chocolate pizza!)

And more….

I will update you with more info and pictures in the future.
For now, this is my favourite picks for you to try.

Feel free to comment below to ask about direction and recommendation.
As i left my heart there – my second home, i believe you too will left your heart there. Enjoy Singapore ❤️

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Hello, World! My name is Angelia, currently living in Surabaya - Indonesia. This blog is about a little thought of mine regarding girl's talk, beauty, food, fashion and travel, as well as parenting as myself is a mommy. Hope you really have a good time reading my blog peeps! Get in touch with me through Instagram: angeliasamodro or email me at hello.angelias@gmail.com

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