Reasonably Priced Restaurants
When people think of Singapore, one of the few things that comes to mind is how high the cost of living is. With this tiny island being one of the richest countries to live in, eating out at restaurants could become a pricey affair.
Restaurants are usually synonymous with expensive food and beverages. However, this is a guide on the restaurants and bistros you can wine and dine in, while still on a reasonable budget.
Canopy garden and dining bar
Located in the heart of Bishan Park, this restaurant serves brunch and other delightful Western fare, such as Eggs Benedict ($12) , Buttermilk pancakes ($6), popular Scrambled Eggs with salmon roe ($12) and many more delicacies.
You can also come over in the evening for a nice glass of wine, and have a relaxing evening while dining in their outdoor area, under the stars and in nature. It is suitable for families looking for a bite after having a good workout in Bishan Park, as well as couples on a romantic date.
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This newly opened Australian Bistro is a hit among residents living in the Upper Serangoon area, who usually frequent this joint for brunch and dining options, accompanied with a glass of wine, or a pint or two of premium beer.
Popular brunch items are their Full Monty Brekkie, which is made up of a generous amount of sausages, bacon, hash browns, salad, and warm, toasty bread. Diners are also fond of their Eggs Royale, Vegemite Downunder , Ham Benedict, and Eggs Blackstone. None of these meals are over 20 bucks, except of course their delicious Foie Gras Benedict.
Their lunch/dinner menu offers popular western fare as well, such as their Wagyu Beef Burger, Carbonara and Prawn Risotto. These as well, are affordable and come in extremely generous portions.
However, their coffee is what they are the most proud of; order a cuppa made from imported premium beans, have some breakfast, and relax on a lazy Sunday morning.
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Their slogan “Good food. Great beer. Better company.” sums up exactly what you would experience while dining at this Restaurant & Microbrewery. The serve great food, such as their generous amount of Nachos ($22) and buffalo wings ($17) , as well as their beers of course, which are handcrafted in their own microbrewery.
Their beer menu is ever changing; head on down and try out their beers of the week, or ask for recommendations from the experienced staff.
Try their top selling Golden Ale Beer, which is great for cooling down from the humid heat in Singapore; or their interesting Oatmeal Stout beer, which has hints of chocolate and coffee.
While Brewerkz might not come across as the cheapest restaurant in town, their hearty fares and high quality beer will definitely be worth it.
Everything with Fries
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The name is exactly what it suggests; all their dishes are accompanied with Fries! You can choose to flavour your fries in multiple different ways: Garlic and herbs, sour cream and onion, or you can also opt for curry. Popular dishes include their Ham and Cheese mini sandwiches ($9.90), Battered white fish burgers and their Wild NZ King Salmon.
As for dessert, a must try would be their Nutella Tart ($4.90) that is filled with chocolatey goodness. You will definitely not spend more than 20 dollars for a main course and dessert!
This French restaurant, located in the popular shopping district of Orchard Road, serves affordable yet quality French fare. Their main courses are mainly priced at $10, which is considered a huge steal. Their definite must try is the “Duck Leg Confit” which is a huge hit among diners. This is the best place to go for foodies on a budget.
After eating to your heart’s content, try staying at one of the many serviced apartments in Singapore that are in the vicinity of these joints; which are great to relax in after eating and enjoy your stay in Singapore.