Visit These Spots In Singapore For Yummy Cheap Eats | Clozette

Flying off to Singapore next? The Lion City is a great place to be if you love to shop and, more importantly, dine. Because it’s a melting pot of various cultures, you’ll find a wide array of food choices stemming from different cuisines here. It’s not very difficult to find a great place to dine in SG — hawker centres and other places that offer cheap eats can be found throughout the city. Not sure how to take your pick amongst all these delectable options? Read on to find wallet-friendly foodie spots in SG that are worth your visit.

1. Old Airport Road Food Centre

One of the oldest and largest hawker centres in the island, Old Airport Road Food Centre is a must-visit for those looking to have local favourites all in one place. The place has served authentic and delicious local food to generations of Singaporeans, making it one of the most popular places to have sumptuous meals that won’t break your bank. A warm bowl of the signature prawn from Albert Street Prawn Noodles stall is a definite must-try, and so are Cantonese-style rice noodle rolls from Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun.

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Old Airport Road Food Centre
51 Old Airport Rd, Singapore 390051
2. New Station Snack Bar

After satisfying your sartorial needs from the malls and shops around Orchard MRT, satisfy your foodie cravings by stopping over New Station Snack Bar in Far East Plaza. The small eatery is the perfect foodie spot for wallet-friendly Chinese food. Pick from their huge menu of savoury dishes and sides fit for a solo eater or big groups. New Station Snack Bar's star is their Salted Eggs Pork Ribs Rice. The first bite into the tender pork ribs drenched in rich, egg yolk sauce is a something you’ll never forget.

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New Station Snack Bar
Far East Plaza 14 Scotts Road #05-95 Singapore, Singapore 228213
3. Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre

Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre is relatively new; it opened only in 2014 to replace the smaller and older hawker centre in the area built back in 1979. Despite this, you’ll still find authentic local dishes here, as most of the stalls today are from the older centre. Most of the offerings from these long-standing stalls have become favourite comfort food for many locals living around the area. If you ever find yourself here, try out the crowd-favourite chicken dishes from Pin Xiang Hainanese Chicken Rice. The slightly crisp skin of their savoury roasted chicken is worth waiting in line for.

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Bedok Interchange Hawker Centre
208 New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 460209
4. Istimewa Nasi Padang

If affordable Malay fare is what you’re searching for, head straight to Istimewa Nasi Padang. This small Halal-certified foodie spot in SG was started by a husband-and-wife team back in 1989 and has been offering Malay home-style cooking to locals since. They’re famous for their nasi padang, a mountain of steamed white rice surrounded by numerous mouth-watering dishes — perfect if you want a taste of everything in a single bite! For those who’d prefer slurping thin vermicelli noodles, a bowl of their mee siam would be a great choice, too.

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Istimewa Nasi Padang
28 Hoy Fatt Rd, Singapore 151028
5. Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre

Those hopping off to the Serangoon Area can skip the tightly packed crowd at the more well-known Chomp Chomp Food Centre by dining at the nearby Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre instead. This hawker centre is arguably one of the more underrated ones in Singapore, with many beloved stalls you shouldn’t miss. Among the must-haves are the Sang Kee Mushroom Minced Pork Noodles and Garden Street Kway Chap’s dishes. Take your tastebuds out on a joyride by having these and more.

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Serangoon Garden Market & Food Centre
49A Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore 555945
6. Samayal by 6ixers

Last but not least is this foodie spot tucked away in Little India. Those craving for Indian food can fill their tummies to their hearts’ content in Samayal by 6ixers. They used to be a catering company but has since started serving their beloved dishes in-house a year ago. Samayal by 6ixers offers set meals that are quite finger-licking good. Simply served on banana leaves, the flavourful combination of their rice, curry, and other vegetable and meat side dishes will blow your mind. 

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Samayal by 6ixers
49 Chander Rd, Singapore 219547

After a glorious return to New York Fashion Week for Spring 2019, Rodarte decided to skip the catwalk altogether this season. We can't complain, though, because what they did instead was as magnificent as their signature whimsical runway shows. It involves a surprise celebrity reunion, a super cute puppy and lots of dainty pearls. 

Painted or photographed? This surely is the question that will come to mind when one sees the campaign for the atelier's latest designs. Designer duo Laura and Kate Mulleavy unveiled their Spring/Summer 2020 collection through whimsical portraits that are styled to look like paintings. All are taken by photographer Darya Kobayashi Ritch (side note: her Instagram is a haven for quaint aesthetic).

True to the brand's roots of being founded in Los Angeles, this campaign is star-studded, featuring household names like Kirsten Dunst and up-and-coming actresses such as Kiernan Shipka (Sabrina in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) and Lili Reinhart (Betty in Riverdale). Ahead, our favourites from the bunch.

The most adorable: Lili Reinhart and the puppy

Arguably the most adorable portrait of all is Lili Reinhart's. She's dressed in a voluminous white gown (the perfect choice for brides with a flair for the whimsical) while snuggling with a really cute puppy. 

The most majestic: Gabrielle Union looking like Princess Tiana

In this portrait, actress Gabrielle Union is a dead ringer for Princess Tiana from The Princess And The Frog. The pistachio green gown with tulle details matched with those glorious drop earrings are what fairytale dreams are made of!

The most headline-worthy: Mad Men reunion

Four years after its final season, Mad Men stars January Jones and Kiernan Shipka reunited in this Rodarte portrait. The onscreen mother-daughter tandem wore complementary pieces with Jones donning a pale pink silk dress and Shipka sporting a classy tube with floral details.

The prettiest piece: What Helena Howard wore

To us, this piece worn by Helena Howard is signature Rodarte: whimsical, dreamy and ultra-feminine. This oh-so-pretty pale lavender gown is made more beautiful and unique by its multi-coloured tulle detail. We know you're already imagining yourself wearing this.

The most eye-catching: Kirsten Dunst's stunning look

Seeing Kirsten Dunst in a beautiful voluminous gown takes us back to when she played Marie Antoinette in Sofia Coppola's film of the same name. It was the movie that made many ladies want to dress up like an 18th-century royalty. Looking for a modern rendition? This hand-beaded seafoam green gown is your best bet.

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Here in the tropics, we don’t really experience many seasonal changes. It’s sadly always just either rainy or sunny here. But with all the fall fashion trends popping up, we can’t help but fall for colours that make us feel like we’re having the season we can never have. Warm tones like muted oranges, deep reds, and rustic shades are all the rage now that it’s getting quite a bit colder. Want to join in on the fun? Let these ladies from the Clozette Community inspire your ber-month ensembles.


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Effortless elegance

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Casual flair

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Mix and match

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On your toes

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Next, take cues on how to style your two-piece outfits here.