Category: Tai Seng

Cheap and Good Food in Singapore part 1

Want to enjoy some good food fare in Singapore while easing in on your wallet? We hear you!

And this is possibly/definitely only the first part…

(*You might have to queue for some of these eateries listed though…)

William’s Cooked Food

Cheap and Good Food in Singapore | Good Food in Toa Payoh | William's Cooked Food | Hokkien Noodles

Hokkien Noodles; $3.50

With a not so appealing signboard (the kind with faded photos, unintended sepia mode… HAHA), this food stall is manned by a very friendly and well-endowed auntie. We believe her husband should be the chef! Read on. . .

Truly Test Kitchen – Food Made With Love

Whoever said good food cannot be cheap and affordable… has obviously never tried Truly Test Kitchen. Despite being located in the Industrial Estate at Kampong Ampat, between MacPherson and Aljunied Road (ulu in other words), this modern coffee shop has proven themselves, drawing customers from all walks of life. Read on. . .

23 Jumpin’

The Commerce @ Irving is a new building in the Tai Seng area where quaint cafes have been popping up. Heard about 23 Jumpin’ and decided to go check it out on a weekday night.

Singapore Cafe | 23 Jumpin

Creamy Mushroom and Bacon Pasta

High quality white buttons, bacon, topped with grated parmesan cheese

Price: $12

Pasta serving was just nice, amidst all the cheese and creamy goodness, so it was not too overwhelming. Wouldn’t say it was a fantastic dish, but good enough for its price. Read on. . .