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gotta be some good food that doasn't cost a fortune!?

Post by TAJ » Sun, 22 Jul 2007 1:42 am

Having been here two months, I have concluded that good food does not come cheap! I have tried numerous hawker centres and food courts and without being a snob I'm afraid that the hygiene does put me off! I love No Signboard for seafood and I know that the big hotels have great buffets, but I would love someone to prove me wrong! Tell me of a great restaurant and I promise that I will try it!
Thanks for any tips

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Post by Strong Eagle » Sun, 22 Jul 2007 7:31 am

What's wrong with the hygiene at hawker centers? They are all graded A, B, or C, and while the C level's are a bit more iffy, the A's and most B's are good. Try Hawker centers associated with office buildings... in Suntec for example, or fifth floor Funan IT mall. Hawker center on East Cost Parkway is good, too.

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Post by La grande boucle » Mon, 23 Jul 2007 10:55 am

How cheap must a "great restaurant" be? :?

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Post by muratkorman » Tue, 24 Jul 2007 4:24 pm

If you clarify how much is cheap for a lunch or dinner, it will be easier to suggest some places. Usually for 10 SGD you can have a nice feast in hawkers. If you think about open buffet, some steam boat restaurants could be satisfactory.
With my kind regards

Murat Korman

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