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Located in the heart of Singapore, Orchard Road is famous for its shopping malls. However, it has always been a pain when it comes to preparing a meal at the Orchard, as most of the time it involves burning a hole in our pocket. Did you know you can easily find food for under $10 or even $5 at The Orchard? We are talking about food that can satisfy your stomach and your palettes. We’ve walked every nook of Orchard Road, and here’s a long list of places with cheap food (and some with really good food).
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How about a Leaping Buddha over the Wall bowl for just $10? Chosen with large quantities of small dishes such as dry scallops, abalone, mushrooms, sea cucumber and fish maw, the taste is soft and delicate. It’s actually lighter than Shen Xi Soup but still decent. The set comes with a small plate of bean sprouts and a bowl of rice. They also offer a variety of “atas” dishes such as Tom Yum Sea Cucumber Soup set ($5.90) and Baby Abalone in Sauce set ($9.10). Although we arrived at lunchtime, surprisingly the place was not crowded, so we had no problem getting seats. Read more about it https://www.chuankain1.sg-host.com/rabbit-brand-seafood-delicacies/
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PeraMakan is a highly recommended place, because the food is SHIOK! For 1 meat and 2 vegetables, this meal costs $8.80. The beef was tender and filled with the aroma of those spices. The spiciness really hits the spot but is too addictive to stop. Curried vegetables and ladies fingers were on point again. If you ever shop near Orchard Road, this is a MUST TRY!
Saveur at Far East Plaza is owned by the same organization that manages Saveur Art located in Ion. Saveur’s signature pasta comes in two portions, $4.90 and $10.50. The latter is equal to the main one. The pasta contains chili oil, chopped kombu, pork sauce, sakura ebi. A little on the dry side, the pasta was unusual. It was sweet and spicy. The sakura ebi also gave a rough texture and a slightly salty taste to the pasta.
Available at the Lucky Food Center stall, the Hua Ji Sliced Fish Soup ($4) also gets a number of customers. Be prepared to line up about 5 to 10 minutes before taking your orders, and since the food court is small, it’s a good idea to get a friend to help you “pick” seats while you call. Thumbs up to their fragrant soup as they are very generous with their shao xing wine. However, although the soup was addictive, their sliced fish was thin and their fried fish was a little salty.
The famous Indonesian BBQ from Kopitiam in Plaza Singapura can be found at 313@Somerset. They have the usual Ayam Panggang, Ikan Panggang and Sotong Panggang which can be ordered as ala carte or as a set that comes with a drink. The price range is from $5 to $8.60. I always go for the Ayam Panggang where a large chicken thigh is grilled to perfection and topped with a sweet and savory black sauce.
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A cozy little eatery at the corner of Cuppage Plaza, Orchard Yong Tau Fu has fresh ingredients like stuffed tofu, mushrooms, bitter gourd, meatballs, broccoli and cabbage. The ingredients are cooked and served in a flavorful broth made from soybeans. With only 7 ingredients and noodles, it costs only $5.60.
As with all pork soup ($7/$9), the quality of the dish depends a lot on the quality of the pork. Keeping this in mind, Song of the Father uses good quality pork carefully seasoned with garlic and pepper to achieve a clear and peppery soup. The peppery kick is not too strong, balanced with the sweetness from the pork ribs. Another signature dish is the Braised Pig Trotters ($7 / $9) which is seasoned with a range of spices to achieve a deep flavor and mouth-watering tenderness. Read about Centrepoint’s new restaurants here: https://www.chuankain1.sg-host.com/the-centrepoint-new-restaurants-orchard/
At Greenview Café, enjoy handmade mee hoon kueh. Dry Mee Hoon Kueh with Minced Pork ($4.50) has a chewy mee hoon kueh and you can tell it was handmade as they were all in odd shapes. As mine was served with the spices, the blue floor vibrated so much that my lips were slightly swollen. So if you can’t take too much spice, you may want to choose soup or non-spicy.
This humble-looking stall is hidden in the corner of Lucky Plaza, and serves a variety of Indonesian Nasi Padang dishes. They have spicy and non-spicy dishes. Their green chili chicken was mild and not spicy, but if you like the spicy version, there is regular curry chicken. Dishes may be spicy, so be sure to ask before ordering if you can’t take spicy food. In this plate of Nasi Padang, where there is fish, eggplant and chicken, the damage was $10.
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A Hainanese chicken stall in Far East Plaza, this is my go-to chicken rice recipe since high school days (no kid). Their soft chicken rice is $4 and you can add an egg for just $0.50. The chicken itself melts in your mouth full of flavor. You can finish it with soy sauce and refreshing chili. There are free soups with every meal. It’s a small restaurant so if you’re going to eat there at lunchtime, make sure you get there early or you’ll have to wait for a seat.
Dapur Penyet owner Edy Ongkowijaya is considered by many to be the first to introduce ayam penyet to Singapore. Using rice flour and fine flour and egg as a batter, Ayam Penyet ($9.50) is not overcooked and retains a good juiciness. The skin is surprisingly sharp, but not hard. It comes with a batch of boiled kang kong, a piece of tempeh (yeasted soybean cake) and beans. One special feature of Depur Penyet is this – they have 5 different types of sambal with different flavors, with origins from different parts of Indonesia. Read about Centrepoint’s new restaurants here: https://www.chuankain1.sg-host.com/the-centrepoint-new-restaurants-2016/
Chicken cutlet became the star of RedRing Treasures. These cutlets are marinated for 24 hours in their secret marinade and freshly fried to order for a crispy and tender exterior with a juicy interior. The egg noodles boast a green texture when accompanied by a rich umami sauce, which complements the cutlets well. Chicken Cutlet Noodle is priced at $5.90, read about it here: https://www.chuankain1.sg-host.com/redring-treasures/
Not exactly a snack bar, but they have a variety of zi char dishes. The Salted Egg Pork Ribs ($6) are very well done. The pork rib was tender and easy to chew but we would have been a little more satisfied if it had a little more texture. The sauce, on the other hand, was amazing, containing the right balance of rich creaminess and aroma. There were curry leaves that enhanced its aroma and chili padi that gave it a nice kick. This lovely sauce didn’t taste like gelat at all and we enjoyed every mouthful. We would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone in town and looking for a delicious yet affordable meal. You can also try the claypot beef mee tai mak. Read more about it: https://www.chuankain1.sg-host.com/new-station-snack-bar/
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Tasty Treats is conveniently located next to the new Snack Bar Station. Fish Fillet Noodle ($4) is an interesting mix of fried fish fillet and wanton mee noodles. The fish fillet is raw and juicy, like that from a Western restaurant. The noodles were also al dente, and it tastes great when eaten with chili.
The Real Food Café, on Killiney Road, is a vegetarian restaurant. Despite the restaurant’s zen furnishings, the Mushroom Aglio Olio ($10.80) is unapologetically delicious. It really had no garlic smell and no taste. It was spicy but that was all.
Special to their Ayam Penyet ($7.90), the set comes with shredded chicken, fried tempeh, fried tofu, blanched kangong, chili sambal and rice. For those who love spicy food, their sambal belachan will definitely not disappoint you. Spicy but addictive, it was love hate when you wanted to have a song but your mouth was already on fire. The chicken was tasty as you could taste the spices used, but the meat was tough and dry.
For $9.90, you can get a bowl of Beef Pho at Tonkin Vietnamese Noodles Bar. The rice noodles were al dente, but the soup could taste better with more flavors from the beef broth. There was a large portion of beef and vegetables, so if you are not picky about taste, it is worth the price.
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