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Cheap and Good Food for Groups in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Cheap & Good, Good For Groups 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.
18 Best Places for Family Meals
Burpple Guides, Good For Groups 18 Best Places for Family Meals Whether it’s juggling everybody’s food preferences or finding a place that can accommodate the whole gin gang, dining out with family can be quite a challenge! Thankfully, we’ve put together a list of 18 places with plenty of ideas for family meals and gatherings. From homestyle Indonesian in the heart of town to a West-side joint with XXL-sized pizzas, we’ve got you covered, no matter the size of your family. Go forth and feast!
Best Places For Group Gatherings
Burpple Guides, Good For Groups Best Places For Group Gatherings Looking for a place to eat with your family? Or perhaps a class reunion or an after church gathering? This is a list of places you should try.
10 Best Buffets in Singapore
Burpple Guides, Buffets, Good For Groups 10 Best Buffets in Singapore Buffets are for those times when mindless, passionate indulgence is what you want. Occasionally, it also comes with regret when you're done eating. Always go with an empty stomach and clear your schedule for the rest of the day because you'll need to nurse that food coma!

Top 10 Places for Good For Groups

Top 10 places for Good For Groups

Latest Reviews for Good For Groups

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Good For Groups
Michelin Bib Gourmand – Popular Among West-siders

Curry Fish Head - the fish is so fresh, and there’s no fishy odour at all.

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The Raclette Set (SGD $12) @ The Raclette Factory.

Gooey melted raclette cheese, sweet salty in flavour, heaped over pan-fried baby potatoes and chicken sausages.
A little garlic lends a fragrant aroma. Best eaten when hot.
Final weekend to get this at the Ramadan Bazaar.
The Raclette Factory
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Claypot Rice for Two

Known to be one of the few famous claypot rice in Singapore, I think the Geylang Claypot Rice lives up to its name. For S$14.00, enjoy a pot of charcoal flame-cooked rice that is well-cooked with that bit of crunch. I was pleasantly surprised to find some spices of pork belly amidst the other ingredients such as chicken meat, Chinese sausage, salted fish and traces of salted egg yolk. Something else that was nice was that even though I found formation of rice crisps, I did not encounter much difficulty in scraping them off the wall of the claypot, so nothing was left uneaten (except the chicken bones).

As pointed out accurately by fellow Burpplers, the claypot rice is cooked from scratch, so be prepared to give that 30-minute wait for the food to be ready. If you are getting any drinks, maybe it will be wise to order only when the star item is served to your table. Oh, erm, be prepared to wait for a free table too.

Salted Egg Pork Ribs $10

I like how the salted egg sauce was thick, not watery and still had the grainy texture of the egg yolk. Though a bit on the sweeter side, the sauce had some spice to it with the chilli padi infused in the sauce. Pork ribs were tender and crispy, overall a pretty good salted egg dish!

Snow Squid Topokki [$35] • #throwback to this really memorable spicy dish.

If I have to describe this one one word, it would be SPICY-till-you-cry-nonstop. Though I'm quite tolerant with spiciness, this snow squid brings to another level. No wonder the menu gave this dish 3 🔥 icon. Wonderful presentation. Good to share for 2-3 pax. .
Have a wonderful long weekend everyone~ TGIF 🎉

#AnythingAlsoEat - Okonomiyaki, Matcha Soba (swipe left for more)
Weekend is arriving, so why not chow down on some nice seafood?

Scuttle down to Melt Cafe and feast on a sumptuous spread of crustacean delights as @mo_singapore presents 'A Crab Affair" from now to ‪2 July‬. From Tasmanian Spanner crab to Alaskan King Crab, you'll definitely be crab-tivated. Also, the crab naan is to mad delish.

Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand 2017 in 60 sec.

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These are all I ate. But I will finish the entire list one day, almost there. 😂

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