Cheap Food Paradise In Singapore
Go to this island, you can taste the delicious chapati laksa or article. All cost about US $ 3-5 Sing.
Along visit 10 towns famous cuisine delicious - complement - cheap at the beautiful island lion.
Indian miniature, east of Orchard Road, is one of Singapore's most vibrant areas, heavily concentrated with affordable restaurants, coffee shops, stores selling silk, perfume and accessories. Andhra highlighted by the brilliance of it. Although the specialty here is the vegetarian dish of southern India Hyderabadi Biryani but dishes such as lamb cooked with green peppers Mysore and coriander, curry fish head pulusu or also very popular.
Address: 41 kerbau Road.
Katong Laksa 328
Katong is famous where people mix these materials with fuel China Malay spices to form Nyonya specialties. This cute coffee shop is run by a former beauty queen. Here, you will have the opportunity to taste the best laksa - made from coconut milk, shrimp, oysters, tofu, bean sprouts and noodles. A bowl costs about S $ 4. Also here there otak otak traditional dishes (fish steamed in banana leaves), nasi lemak (rice with crispy anchovies, peanuts, cucumber and sambal sauce) ...
Address: 51 East Coast Road.
Although outside with the sign is "Thye Chong Restaurant from 1941" but the Chinese people of this ancient coffee shop gave chefs Muslim subleased to sell delicious dishes chapati. This is a dish consisting of bread and curry, which has nearly 20 types of curries like lamb masala curry classic, curry goat brains ... Partly priced from $ S3-5.
Address: 168 Serangoon Road, opposite the restaurant Kamisama.
Tian Tian, Maxwell Food Centre, Chinatown
Hainanese chicken rice is one of the favorite food of the people of Singapore. Maxwell Food Centre in Chinatown with hundreds of food stalls, but the most famous is Tian Tian - which sells chicken rice cost less than S $ 4.
Address: Stall 10, Maxwell Food Centre, 1 Kadayanallur Street.
Chinatown Complex Food Court
This is one of the few places still appear old-fashioned street stalls at night. Step into Chinatown, you will immediately be drawn to the lively and crowded. Here, people care about more than just good food hygiene issues. You can easily buy local food at very low prices, from S $ 3.
Address: Stall 02-112, Chinatown Complex food court, 335 Smith Street.
Ya Kun Kaya
Every morning, a Singaporean often heavily concentrated at Ya Kun restaurant, in the heart of Chinatown. Here, with S $ 4 you will have a meal consisting of grilled bread Kaya coconut jam, 2 eggs and a cup of coffee concentrate.
Address: 18 China Street.
Most restaurants, cafes, street stalls are crammed together on narrow streets in Chinatown, but Yum Cha is different. It is located on the 1st floor of a cheap hotel. Although attractive menu with dishes such as chilli crab, shrimp, salted eggs, steamed pomfret ... but most diners come here mainly to enjoy dimsum. Partial cost between S $ 3.
Address: 20 Trengganu Street.
Kampong Glam is a vibrant Muslim in Singapore. Here, visitors can find everything from restaurants to coffee Shisa Morocco and even a French-style bistro. But the best feature is that nasi padang Indo style. You will start with a full plate of rice and then be able to choose from 20 dishes Minankabau - from Assam fish, sour gourd, smoked beef, jackfruit curry ...
Address: 48 Kandahar Street.
Indian vegetarian restaurant is the cheapest place to eat. It is run by charitable associations. Each of the guests here are required to donate depends on the generosity. Typically, these customers to pay S Annalakshmi $ 15 for a sumptuous vegetarian buffet. All chefs and served here are volunteers. Some specials may include such Annalakshmi Dosai served with potato and chutney made from onions or oothappam, fried cauliflower, peppers and yogurt.
Address: Central Square, 20 Havelock Road.
Tiong Bahru Food Court
The center of town a short bus ride, Tiong Bahru is a public building first built in Singapore. Unlike today's skyscrapers, this area is quite low. On the ground floor is a busy market area upstairs is also the central location of the stalls selling food.
Here, in addition to enjoying the traditional specialties like lor mee (noodles served with fish cakes, fried dumplings, pork stew) or Ngor Hiang, diners can also enjoy the air assembly of ancient life, without rush and pressure. Prices of food here at about S $ 3 and only served in the morning and afternoon.