sundaymorningstaple wrote:Yeah but the prices aren't!tess88 wrote:- the seafood at Newton food centre is good.
Ouch. 1.5y ago when I was there last time it was rather like 5.5. What happened? Seafood, esp. jumbo prawns were always pretty pricey there.Strong Eagle wrote:Aye. Even beer. Big Tiger at Newton = $7.00, every where else = $5.50.sundaymorningstaple wrote:Yeah but the prices aren't!tess88 wrote:- the seafood at Newton food centre is good.
Red House on Robinson Quay... great food and good prices.
At first I thought I was getting hit with an ang mo tax since Newton is a popular tourist destination but more and more of the drink stands now post the $7.00 for Tiger.x9200 wrote:I was already after the renovation but I guess they might have still kept the prices lower to attract back more people.sundaymorningstaple wrote:Renovations. Including the pricelists!
Agree with the whole Arab street area. Full of heritage and is quite a lovely place now to boot.adibahhhhhh wrote:Dinner and shisha at Arab Street! Also, some of the food areas in the heartlands are yummy- think Simpang Bedok, Bedok Corner and Changi Village
I didn't know we had a Merrill Lynch Bull along Shenton Way, nor did I know I could catch a getai in Boston.revhappy wrote:The Singapore attractions are nothing special. It is just a modern city and you can see all of what you get here in the US.
There has to be a Bull down there somewhere judging from all the BullSh*t one gets down there.teck21 wrote:
I didn't know we had a Merrill Lynch Bull along Shenton Way, nor did I know I could catch a getai in Boston.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 11 guests