Everyone knows that Singapore is a food paradise, it can get pretty difficult to choose when Singapore has such an extensive array of delicacies. We’re always sourcing for new places to get our food on so we asked some of our favourite brand ambassadors where were their favourite underrated places to eat, and they did not disappoint!

Here are a list of the most underrated places to get some food here in Singapore recommended by Discover SG’s brand ambassadors :

Novita Lam

Novita Lam

Boon Tong Kee

BTK1(Image credit: eatbook.sg)

If there’s one fact you must know about Novita is that she really wants to see polar bears in their natural habitat. This talented 22 year old NUS Business student designs on the side and she can speak 6 languages!

Novita loves Boon Tong Kee’s chicken rice, she says that the delicious vegetables is why she keeps coming back! (“Since I’m a big fan of both chicken rice and vegetables, it just seemed like the logical choice”)

Boon Tong Kee has several outlets across Singapore. You can check their opening hours here.

Noreen Fong

Noreen Fong

Noreen is not stranger to the spotlight, she’s been in the performing arts since primary school! She’s dabbled in English AND Chinese theatre, Chinese opera, hip hop and ukulele! The 21 year old NUS student has a weakness for puppies (just like we do!), and she wants to one day visit London and Paris ( “the pastries, cheesy food and ice cream!!!”).

Ninja Bowl

Yasai Bowl(Image credit: Ninja Bowl)

Noreen loves Japanese food so it’s no surprise that she chose Ninja Bowl as her favourite underrated place to fill her tummy! Noreen tells us that the rice bowls are really healthy yet still satisfy her hunger, her favourites? The ‘Yasai’ and ‘Noka’ rice bowls.

The ‘Yasai’ rice bowl is crafted from salmon poke, mixed sultanas, tomatoes and a poached egg. A simple, healthy and satisfying meal for one!

Noka Bowl (Image credit: Ninja Bowl)

The ‘Noka’ is made with 24 hour braised beef cheek, baby corn, beansprouts, nuts, tomatoes and a poached egg. This rice bowl blends healthy vegetables with delicious tender beef.

If you love Japanese food or healthy and delicious eats, head on over to the Ninja Bowl you’re bound to find something delicious and satisfying!

Ninja Bowl
15 Duxton Rd, S089481
Opening Hours: 6222 8055
Contact: Mon – Fri: 9.30am – 9pm; Sat – Sun: 9am – 6pm

Kimberley Yong

Kim Yong

Last week we did a feature on Kimberley, talking about her life, fashion and her love for Starbucks. The 20 year old blogger and model loves capturing memories through the medium of photographs and blog entries. Her love for eyeliner (“it makes me feel sexy”) and her wish to one day visit Cambodia (“I really want to visit the country I was born in”) is just the tip of the iceberg!

Brownice Ice Cream

Brownice 2 (Image credit: Brownice Ice Cream)

Brownice (Image credit: Brownice Ice Cream)

It can be difficult to find eateries in Singapore which targets vegans, but Kimberley has got you covered! One of her favourite places to grab a slice is Brownice. Vegan friendly and delicious, Kimberley loves indulging in food especially when she doesn’t feel guilty after (“After all it’s vegan!”).  Brownice is primarily an ice cream place that serves up some milk-free ice cream, which is great news for our vegan and lactose intolerant friends!

Brownice Ice Cream
8 Sin Ming Road, #01-03 Sin Ming Centre, S575628
Opening Hours: 12pm – 10pm
Contact: 6456 6431

Flavour Flings

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(Image credit: The Halal Food Blog)

FF3(Image credit: The Halal Food Blog)

Kimberley loves anything salted egg, which makes Flavour Flings her top pick for something salty and filling! She tells us that Flavour Flings is her favourite place to grab a quick bite. On why she keeps coming back to this quiet eatery? “I tired my very first salted egg fried there and it tasted so good.” At Flavour Flings you can find some unique dishes that are served up doused in salted egg!

Flavour Flings
Blk 121 Hougang Avenue 1, #01-1348, S530121
Opening Hours: Mon: 11am – 4pm, 5.30pm – 9pm; Tues – Weds: Closed; Thu – Fri; 11am – 4pm, 5.30pm -9pm; Sat-Sun: 9am – 4pm, 5.30pm – 9pm
Contact: 6286 005

Here in Singapore we’re lucky to never run out of food options, we pretty much have it all. But it can be pretty difficult to choose a place to eat when we’re surround by so many makan places! Head on over to any of these places if you’re looking for something unique, underrated and delicious!

This article is part of our ongoing Brand Ambassador Series!

Also Read: Ambassador Highlights #1: Food Tastings, Secret Life of Pets Preview & Beers!

 
 
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