Recommended lists for Cheap & Good

Recommended lists of Cheap & Good food and restaurants in Singapore
Tastemakers Guide to Bugis Under $15
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good Tastemakers Guide to Bugis Under $15 We're kicking off our very first Burpple Tastemaker-powered guide in one of our favourite haunts — Bugis! Every place on this guide comes highly recommended by our Tastemakers. From sharing authentic Thai food on Tan Quee Lan street with your friends, snacking on pan-fried dumplings in Bugis Village or taking away Indonesian pancakes in Bugis Cube for your colleagues, there's plenty to eat and explore. The bonus? All places featured will cost you under $15! Go forth and feast joyfully — your tummy and wallet will thank you later!
Cheap and Good Food for Groups in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Good For Groups, Cheap & Good Cheap and Good Food for Groups in Singapore It can be tough to please a crowd when planning dinner for a large group, especially so when it has to be affordable. Thankfully, these restaurants offer feasts made specifically for group dining, so you can share some seriously good eats. From french food in a casual setting at Bedok, to tasty korean stews for four in Suntec City to $1 oysters in Tiong Bahru, this guide contains our top 15 places to dining with a group of any size.
10 Cheap and Good Meals Under $10
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good 10 Cheap and Good Meals Under $10 Aside from the typically affordable hawker fare, we've sniffed out 10 cheap and good meals under $10! Whether it's fiery tom yum from a stall tucked away in Burlington Square, a mala hot pot set lunch in Orchard or juicy XLBs from Chinatown Complex Market, here are our favourite wallet-friendly eats. Your wallet can thank us later!
19 Value For Money Eats in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good 19 Value For Money Eats in Singapore Always looking for a good deal? We've updated our guide with 10 more foodie spots that offer incredible value for money, including a massive serving of $23 risotto good for two, $12 Japanese rice bowl sets in the CBD, and luscious pastries under $2. Make this your little black book for penny pinching days!
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Latest Reviews for Cheap & Good

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Cheap & Good

[The Burning Oak]
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[Bedok Market Place]
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Tasted this bowl of Wagyu Rump Cap & Iberico Pork Cheeks Don ($16) from [The Burning Oak]! Includes wagyu beef slices which are perfectly tender and juicy, Pork Cheeks are filled with fats with a half layer of meat that disintegrates upon biting it! Onsen Egg breaks upon scooping it, then mixing it with the sauce given on the pearl looking soft rice!
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Taste: 3.5/5✡
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Love the food here!

If you like your wanton mee the old school way with sour chili, you can try the wanton mee from the stall here that is located in a coffeeshop at a sleepy neighborhood of Jalan Selaseh.

My 1st review of food 😬

Pulled pork & avocado egg Benedict ($16) 🐷🥑🍳
Cappuccino ($5) ☕️

Staffs are very friendly ☺️

Rating: 8/10
Will I return: Yes

Heard and sampled this on Burpple for quite some time, but never got the chance to try it until now (Damn Golden Mile for having too many good food). The burger patty was soft and just melts with easy as you eat. I love the toasted buns, really makes the whole burger experience better. The burger ranges from $4.80-$5.50 depending on the burger selected and comes with fries. However if you want to upgrade the fries, just top up the difference.

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One of the best or probably, the best and most authentic jajangmyeon I’ve had locally! Heard that this generous portion of noodles were handmade and even if not, I’ve got to say that the texture was spot on. It was springy, chewy and so q! The thick sauce had a nice sweetness and came with lots of onions. Unfortunately, the minimal amount of minced pork was quite hard and dry, but heck, the sauce and noodles themselves were too good! This portion will surely fill you up, but if you want even more, there’s an option for upsize at $2. Outside of lunch times, they go at $12 a bowl - still a steal for its quality. Can’t wait to go back again to try their Jjamppong! Service was super friendly and homely as well.

This stall at Serangoon Garden Market serves a mean bowl of minced meat noodles, but foodies in the know actually head here for the Fish Maw Noodle Soup ($9). The Tastemakers actually say that the tasty broth can give the famous Ding Ji fish maw soup a run for their money! The cloudy, umami-packed broth is, in Tastemaker Irene Arieputri's words, "lip-smacking addictive". She also loves the tasty braised mushroom and the clean-tasting fish maw, which soaked up all the flavour of the broth. This doesn't come cheap at $9, but trust Tastemaker Irene when she says it's well worth it!
Avg Price: $10 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Irene Arieputri

A hit amongst the Burpple Tastemakers on this week's Serangoon Garden Market trawl, this stall in Serangoon Garden Market serves a winning bowl of Tau Huay ($1). It's as traditional as it can get — the beancurd is only served hot, and in a retro blue and white porcelain bowl to boot. As Tastemaker Zhihui Lim describes, the beancurd is extremely smooth and delicate, and the syrup wasn't excessively sweet. Tastemaker Wei Zhi Chiang says it slid down her throat, while Tastemaker Irene Arieputri declares that it blew her mind. Their only gripe is that they wished it could be served cold but hey, it'll be well worth your perspiration.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Zhihui Lim