Springleaf Prata Joint Serves Over 50 Flip-tastic Flavours – Here Are The Highlights You Cannot Miss

Springleaf Prata Place is known among Singaporean foodies for having an extensive menu featuring a smorgasbord of Indian eats. With a menu boasting more than 50 flavours of pratas, it’s no wonder Springleaf Prata Place is a favourite among late night supper eaters!


This Halal-certified Indian food chain has a menu that would blow the competition out of the water. At first glance, it would be a daunting task for newcomers to decide what exactly to eat with the number of prata variants available for choosing. But never fret, we have you covered on where exactly to begin your journey for some greasy goodness!


For those wishing to start thing slow, perhaps browsing through the list of specialty pratas would be a good idea. Many people swear by Portobello Mozzarella prata, which goes at an affordable price of $5, expressing delight at the delectable combination of melted cheese with mushrooms. Just remember to put the cameras down and tuck in before it gets cold under the air-conditioner though! (Yes, there is air-conditioning, rejoice!)


For those who prefer a more simple gastronomical experience, perhaps the plain prata would be more to your liking. At a price of $1.10 for a piece, it’s hard to resist. Don’t be turned off by the lack of toppings, the crispy texture that it boasts should be the set standard of prata kosongs around the island. Each bite just gets way better when dipped into their delicious curry.

If you’re feeling a little braver, why not dive into their Ultimate Hawkerfest tab? These are their signature dishes created for the Annual Hawker Festival (UHF), a charity event which celebrates our diverse street food. With huge amounts of innovation in these masterpieces, we are certain you will definitely be left wanting more once you’re done with your order.


For people looking for a blend of Eurasian and Indian cuisine, the $5 Prata Blaster has you covered. A wonderful dish featuring plain prata combined with scrumptious eggs benedict and two slices of turkey ham, topped off with savoury hollandaise sauce. The creation has definitely gained a lot of die-hard fans and is often recommended over the island.


Others who are looking for a more filling fare should consider the $7 Murtaburger. Exactly as its name sounds, the people behind the recipe have meshed two juicy mutton patties with egg prata serving as the buns, spread with generous helpings of mayonnaise, black pepper sauce and mozzarella cheese. It’s like the Indian burger you never knew you wanted!


Want a dish that can satisfy not only your prata cravings, but your friends as well? Look no further, the Ultimate Murtabak will make certain of that. At a hefty price of $12, this enormous dish of prata filled with juicy tandoori chicken, mushrooms and melted cheese will definitely leave you and your friends in a food coma for the next few hours! It’s definitely not a meal you should tackle alone, unless you pride yourself as a heavy eater.


An honourable mention would be the $4 Prata Goreng, a delectable symbiosis of the traditional fried Mee Goreng with bits of crunchy prata thrown into the mix. If you ever find yourself craving for noodles and prata at the same time, this meal is specially made just for your troubles.


Don’t forget to quench your thirst after all that heavy eating, I’d personally recommend their Teh Tarik. The hot one goes for $1.20, while the cold one would set you back 30 cents more, but so worth it when you consider the hot weather we’ve been having these few months!

Have we convinced you yet to make Springleaf your next favourite prata spot? Tell all your friends about it and set a day when everyone’s free for a visit. And don’t worry about the address, we’ll provide it at the end. You can thank us by buying a Prata Blaster and sending it our way! (Joking, but we don’t mind if you really do.)

Springleaf Prata Place @ The Rail Mall
Address: 396 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 678048
Opening Hours: 7AM – 12 Midnight, last order at 11.30 PM

Springleaf Prata Place @ Upper Thomson
Address: 1 Thong Soon Avenue, Singapore 787431
Opening Hours: 7AM – 12 Midnight, last order at 11.30 PM
Phone Number: 6459 5670

Springleaf Prata Place @ Jalan Tua Kong
Address: 57B Jalan Tua Kong, Singapore 457251
Opening Hours: 7AM – 12 Midnight, last order at 11.30PM
Phone Number: 8693 5393

Website: https://www.facebook.com/realspringleafprataplace

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8 Best Places In Singapore To Stargaze And Catch The Lunar Eclipse

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If you didn’t already know, something big is happening this Saturday, 28 July 2018.

There’s going to be another LUNAR ECLIPSE happening! And not just any typical lunar eclipse.

Set to last 1 hour and 43 minutes from 3.30am to 5.13am Singapore time, this will be the longest lunar eclipse of the century and will be visible from Asia, Australia, Africa and Europe.

However, with Singapore being a well-developed city, our light pollution is intense, so it might be hard to find a good spot to get a good look and photo.

So here are some places that might be dark enough to enjoy the lunar eclipse (a.k.a blood moon) in all its scarlet glory.

1. Seletar Rocket Tower

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Located in Upper Seletar Reservoir, the Seletar Rocket Tower makes for a great spot to catch the lunar eclipse.

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The place is mostly secluded and it has 3 carparks a short walk away so it’s still accessible by car. Other than the lunar eclipse, it’s also a great place to catch amazing sunsets and stargaze too.

Address: Along Mandai Road Track 7, off Mandai Road

2. Changi Boardwalk

Changi Boardwalk is one of the more popular spots for stargazing and other astronomy-related pursuits.

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Stargazing parties are still being organised and held at Changi Beach.

It’ll be best to bring a party of people if you intend to go there for lunar eclipse because Changi Beach is infamous for being “dirty”, if you know what I mean.

4. Lim Chu Kang Cemetery

Another spot with great views of the moon and stars and a spook factor.

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However, Labrador Nature Reserve comes with its own spooky tales so tread cautiously.

Labrador Park Nature Reserve
Address: Labrador Villa Road, Singapore 119187

6. Lorong Halus Bridge

The Lorong Halus bridge stretches over the Punggol Waterway and offers amazing views of the sunrise. It’s also great for stargazing and moon-viewing.

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If you’re in the far north-east, this is your best spot for all your astronomy pursuits.

7. Singapore Botanic Gardens

The Singapore Botanic Gardens is one of the least light-polluted places in Singapore, along with the Labrador Park Nature Reserve.

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Open fields for stargazing and moon-viewing are aplenty here. These include the spaces near the Eco Lake, Symphony Lake, Swan Lake, and the Bandstand.

Singapore Botanic Gardens
Eco Lake:
Enter via Bukit Timah Gate
Symphony Lake: Enter via Nassim Gate
Swan Lake and Bandstand: Enter via Tanglin Gate
Opening Hours: Daily: 5am – 12am
Admission: Free

8. Springleaf Nature Park

The Springleaf Nature Park is one of the top 3 least light-polluted spots in Singapore.

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It is popular among astronomy groups that organise stargazing parties.

If you’re looking for a quiet spot to observe the lunar eclipse in the North, this is it.

Springleaf Nature Park
Address: 1230 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 787129

So there you have it, 8 of the best places in Singapore to stargaze or observe the lunar eclipse. Remember to pack your cameras and telescopes!

Also read The Longest Lunar Eclipse Of The Century Is Almost 2 Hours – Witness It In S’pore On July 28

(Header Image Source: The Ultimate Guide To Supper Spots In Singapore Because Macs Is So Passé

It’s close to midnight. You and your friends just got done watching a late night movie. You’re hungry but you don’t want a greasy meal at McDonald’s either.

What do you do?

Here’s a list of supper spots in Singapore where you and your friends can hang at till the wee hours of the morning.


1. 89.7 Supper Club

From local Chinese and Indian dishes to international fare, whatever the cuisine you’re craving, 89.7 Supper Club will hook you up.

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2. 126 Wan Dou Sek Dim Sum

Indulge in some steaming hot siew mai or chicken porridge with your supper club here at 126 Wan Dou Sek Dim Sum!

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Moreover, most of the food they serve here comes in relatively small portions. This simply means you can order a wider variety of dim sum items to savour!

Do note that parking can be an issue here, so we recommend you either Grab or Uber your way to this popular supper haunt!

126 Wan Dou Sek Dim Sum
Address: 126 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387449
Opening hours: 24 hours
Contact No.: 6746 4757

3. Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup

If slurping a bowl of healthy herbal soup sounds like your idea of a good supper, you should definitely check out Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup.

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Don’t be fooled by its name, this is essentially a zichar stall. Their signature dishes include Ginseng Black Chicken Soup and Prawn Paste Chicken.

Bring along a large group of supper kakis so you can sample their other dishes as well!

Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup
Address: 467/477 Changi Road, Singapore 419887
Opening hours: 11am – 4am daily
Contact No.: 6746 4089

4. Yong He Eating House

If you don’t fancy a heavy meal for supper, Yong He serves everyone’s favourite tau huay zui (soya bean milk) and tau huay (soya beancurd).

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We highly recommend ordering a couple of dough fritters to dip into your cold soya bean milk.

Yong He Eating House
Address: 458 Geylang Road, Singapore 389417
Opening Hours: 24 hours daily
Contact No.: 6745 5682

5. Spize

Spize is the #1 supper spot in the East Side. They offer an extensive menu that ranges from Asian to Western and even Mediterranean cuisine.

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6. Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak

If the East side is known for their Changi Nasi Lemak, the West Side has their very own Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak. 

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This Nasi Lemak stall is known for their mind-blowing sambal chilli which you have to try.

If you’re someone who can eat Nasi Lemak past midnight then this is a great supper place to placate those midnight hunger pangs!

Boon Lay Nasi Lemak
 #01-06, Boon Lay Place Market and Food Centre, 221 Boon Lay Place
Opening Hours: Daily: 6.00pm to 2.00am
Contact No.: 9006 4730

7. Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant

There’s several Al Azhar outlets in Singapore, but the one opposite Beauty World Centre is the best.

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They serve your usual local fare but we absolutely love the cheese naan and butter chicken here.

Everything at Al-Azhar is great which explains why this place is always jam-packed with people 24/7.

Al-Azhar Eating Restaurant
11 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599736
Opening Hours: 24 hrs daily
Contact No.: 6466 5052

8. Adam Road Food Centre

Albeit hidden from public’s eye, the queues at Adam Road Food Centre are always long.

They have everything from nasi lemak to prawn noodles and the famous mee goreng combo from Adam’s Delight.

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The Mee Goreng Combo comes with a side of mutton chop, cheese fries and a perfectly fried sunny-side up. This combo is so simple yet it’s everyone’s favourite at Adam Road Food Centre.

Adam Road Food Centre
Address: 2 Adam Rd, Singapore 289876
Opening Hours: Varies across stalls

9. G7 Sin Ma Claypot Live Frog Porridge

If you fancy some frog leg porridge for supper, G7 Sin Ma is known for it!

G7 Sin Ma’s smooth porridge goes so well with its many variety of frog dishes.

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Customers enjoy gobbling down frog legs here as it is absolutely value for money. The more frogs you order, the lesser you pay.

G7 Sin Ma Claypot Live Frog Porridge
No. 5 Cheong Chin Nam Road, Singapore 599730
Opening Hours: 
12 PM – 2.30 AM
Contact No.: 6467 7317 
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Although a little bit pricier as compared to the usual Indian stalls in coffee shops, Sri Sun offers you a variety of Indian food for you to choose from.

We highly recommend you to get their Maggi Goreng Special ($7.50) which comes with a side of cheese fries and a sunny-side up.

Don’t miss out on their tower drinks if you’re planning on bringing your bros here.

Sri Sun Express
Address: 56 Serangoon Garden Way, Serangoon Gardens, Singapore 555952
Opening Hours: 24 hours daily
Contact No.: 6282 2325
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The creation has definitely gained a lot of die-hard fans and is often recommended over the island.

Springleaf Prata Place
Address: 1 Thong Soon Avenue, Singapore 787431
Opening Hours: Daily: 7am to 12am
Contact No.: 6459 5670
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Their dimsum spread is huge and service is fast so you can expect a fuss free supper with your friends. Indulge in their Shanghai Steamed Dumplings, Siew MaiHar Kow and their famous Golden Sand Pau (Liu Sha Pau).

With 3 outlets island-wide, this restaurant is known for the authenticity and freshness of their dim sum.

Tang Tea House (Jalan Kayu)
Address: 242 Jalan Kayu, Singapore 799466
Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 11am – 12am, Fri, Sat & Public Holiday: 12pm – 2am
Contact No.: 6483 2298
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They have several other outlets islandwide however the reviews at this place far exceeds the rest.

The best part about this outlet? It opens till 5am everyday – perfect for you night owls out there.

Ming Fa Fishball
Address: 246B Upper Thomson Road Singapore 574370
Opening Hours: 9am – 5am daily


14. Swee Choon Dim Sum

Swee Choon Dim Sum is a well known supper haunt in Singapore. With over 50 years of heritage, it’s the perfect supper place for after midnight clubbers, friends and families.

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Order a spread of dim sum so you and your friends can try a bit of everything from the menu.

This is an affordable, no frills place that holds many fond memories for most of the locals here.

Do expect to wait in line as this place can get quite packed at night!

Swee Choon Dim Sum
Address: 183/ 185/ 187/ 189/ 191 Jalan Besar Singapore 208882
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed – Sat: 11am – 2:30pm, 6pm – 6am, Sun: 10am – 3pm, 6pm – 6 am, Closed on Tues
Contact No.: 62257788
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Although it’s not as authentic as the ones you’d find in Japan, this place attracts crowds even past midnight.

The Volcano Ramen is one of the most popular items at this restaurant. You get to pick your level of spice just in case you can’t handle the heat.

Best part, this restaurant is halal-certified so you can jio your muslim friends to enjoy ramen here.

The Ramen Stall
Address: 787 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198755
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 5pm – 5am, Sat – Sun: 12pm – 5am
Contact No.: 6655 0800
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One of the popular flavours would be the Spicy Yangnyum which has a fiery red glaze on the chicken. Don’t worry, it’s not as spicy as you’d think it will be.

Chicken Up
Address: 48 Tanjong Pagar Road, #01-01, Singapore 088469
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 5.30pm – 2am, Fri – Sat: 5.30pm – 3am, Sun: 5.30pm – 12am.
Contact No.: 6327 1203
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Just be prepared to smell of smoke after sitting here all night.

Lau Pa Sat Satay Street
18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582 
Opening Hours: 
Mon – Fri: 7pm – 1am, Sat – Sun: 3pm – 1am

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Singapore’s Late Night Eats Near MBS, Yishun And More For Pokemon Go Addicts!

Pokemon Go has taken Singapore by storm for weeks now, with throngs of Singaporeans gathering at parks, malls and even the streets of Orchard Road and Marine Bay Sands till the wee hours.

Because of this, we’ve decided to create a list of late night eats that are conveniently placed near Pokemon hotspots and places where you can catch the rarest Pokemon.

Don’t expect any fast food joints on this list, it’s all local food that is bound to fuel you up after a long night of Pokemon catching!

1. Night Safari

If you have decided to go to the Night Safari to enjoy both the real and virtual animals, you would probably have stayed long past the closing hours of the Night Safari eateries.

We found the closest eatery to this national attraction, and the good news is they’re open way past the Night Safari. The bad news? They’re a pretty long walk from the Night Safari.

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For those staying in the North and Central Singapore, Upper Thomson is the best place to grab some grub. With quaint cafes serving up some really good coffee in the day and small restaurants offering really affordable and delicious food by night, it’s no surprise that it’s grown so popular.

A great place to get some cheap supper? If you’re a night owl who prowls the island for late supper you would have definitely heard of the Roti Prata House. They have a wide variety of pratas including durian and milo but if you’re a little more traditional stick to the firm favourites.

Distance: 5 mins by car, 23 mins if you’re walking

Address: 246M Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574370
Contact: 6459 5260
Opening Hours: 7am – 2am

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Opening Hours: 24 hours

4. Tampines West

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Opening Hours: 24 hours

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A stone’s throw from Al-Azhar is Saffron’s Cafeteria, if you’re starving and need something to fill your stomach this is the place to head to. A firm favourite among patrons is the Briyani, according our sources the servings are huge, enough to fill two adults and they’re really affordable, at an average price of $6 that is a steal! Best part? It’s 24 hours! So you know where to head to when those midnight Bryani cravings hit!

Address: Blk 201D Tampines Street 21, # 01-1163, S529393
Contact:6787 6010
Opening Hours: 24 hours

5. Chinese Garden

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Opening Hours: 6:30AM–3:30AM

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Opening Hours: 24 hours

6. Marina Bay Sands

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Image credit: rare Pokemons, but with so many eateries either closing before 11 or way beyond our price range, Makansutra Gluttons By The Bay is one place you can definitely have you fill under a budget.

Makansutra Gluttons By The Bay is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat no matter the company, if you’re riding solo grab some Mee Goreng from The Old Satay Club or Soon Lee’s Fried Hokkien Prawn Mee. If you’re in a big group, do supper family style, share the famous Huat Huat BBQ Chicken Wings or the Alhambra Padang Satay.

Distance: 3 mins by car, 15 mins if you’re walking

Address: #01-15, 8 Raffles Ave, 039802
Contact: 6336 7025
Opening Hours: Mon-Thurs, 5pm-2am; Fri-Sat, 5pm-3am; Sun, 4pm-1am

7. Lot One

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The Ultimate Guide For Supper At Siglap – 6 Places You Can’t Miss


Walk around the neighbourhood of Siglap and you’ll notice rows of bars, cafes and restaurants along both sides of the road. Well, we dare say this is the place to go for a night to chill out with friends or even for a date night at one of its many great restaurants.

In this pristine, quaint neighourhood, you’ll see locals flock to their favourite pubs for a soccer screening, group of teens meeting their friends for some ice cream time, and even expats chilling out at the restaurants. As a certified east-sider who grew up in the east, here’s our ultimate guide to supper at Siglap. Yes, only the best of the best gets on our list!

1. LTN 936 Food Village

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This la mian dumpling stall is opened by a quiet couple from Xi’an, China. Their dumplings are all handmade on the spot, freshness at its best. Each dumpling is soft and tender, with its skin not too thick, filled with a nice amount of meat and doused with vinegar and chilli oil. You can get these guilty pleasures at $4 for 10 pieces. Xiao Long Baos are also available at $4 for 6 pieces.

If you are in for some Zi Char, do check out the Thow Yen Seafood stall too. They serve up great Beef Hor Fun and Fried Rice for your hungry tummy!

LTN 936 Food Village
936 East Coast Road, Singapore 459129
Opening Hours: Daily till late

2. Mas-Ayu Restaurant

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How about some Seafood Kway Teow Goreng Pattaya and Teh Tarik for supper? Reputed to be one of the best Malay food you can find around the area, this homely restaurant serves up the best Seafood Kway Teow Goreng Pattaya and Nasi Pattaya! Its noodles are nice, springy, wrapped around with egg and drenched in tomato ketchup. Each plate is at $6.50. Another recommendation would be their Mee Bundung ($5.50). Its sour, sweet and spicy gravy are well balanced with fish cakes, prawns, vegetables, tender beef pieces and an egg to top it off! It is a good soupy bowl for a rainy cold night!

If you have trouble sleeping at night or feel hungry after a midnight movie, do drop by for some homely malaysian kampong cuisine at Ayu-Mas. This food outlet is open 24 hours, thus taxi uncles like to frequent this place and it gets crowded from early evenings till the early mornings.

Mas-Ayu Restaurant
55 Upper East Coast Road, Singapore 455215
65 6449 2844
Opening Hours: Daily 24 hours

3. Springleaf Prata Place (Jalan Tua Kong)

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Open till 11pm or 12am depending on the day, this prata place is a 3 to 5 mins walk from Upper East Coast Road at Siglap. They offer an innovative array of prata, thosai and murtabak in unusual must-try flavours! Eggs Benedict Prata? Yes, you saw that right! Crispy prata, poached egg, turkey ham and hollandaise sauce all in one dish, priced at $5. Another must not miss item is their Umani 50. One of their newest item on their menu, this prata is stuff with chicken luncheon meat, chicken floss, mozzarella cheese, mayonnaise and egg. Their menu is quite extensive which means there is always something new to try!

This prata place has not only become popular for diners at night but residents flock to this place for a good brunch which serves up a fresh spin to your usual prata!

Springleaf Prata Place
57B Jalan Tua Kong, Singapore 457251
8693 5393
Opening Hours: Sun-Thu 7am-11pm, Fri-Sat 7am-12am

4. FLAVA Asia Bistro and Grill




Opened by the team behind the former Cafe Mondo at Orchard Central, FLAVA is the new kid at the estate which serves up contemporary Asian grill. If you’re in for some late night chow or some cakes and ice cream to satisfy your craving, head down to FLAVA. With their Kapiti New Zealand range of ice cream to choose from, you will love all the flavours and end up ordering their 12 mini putts. Perfect for a couple’s sharing or with some friends with 12 flavours of mini ice cream. Select your own ice cream flavours at $20, or let the house decide for you at $17. Do check out their menu
907 East coast Road, #01-03 Springvale, Singapore 459107
65 6702 0302
Opening Hours: Mon-Thu 11am-11pm, Fri-Sat/Eve of PH 11am-2am, Sun/PH 9.30am-11pm

5. Udders and Kook

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If waffles and ice cream are your supper eats, Udders and Kook will never fail! From liqueur based to the all time favourite flavours such as Thai Milk Tea, chocolatey, to choose from, we must say Udders do know their customers’ taste palates well. Order their waffles to go along with your favourite ice cream! Imagine, crispy waffles on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside, topped with a scoop or 2 of ice cream and drizzled with chocolate sauce. Heavenly!

Whats more, Udders and Kook recently upgraded itself to serving you not only your favourite ice-cream, but burgers and snack bites also! Feast on their delightful Mario Mushroom Burger ($15.90) or their Angmoh Burger ($15.90) filled with scrumptious cheddar, bacon, onions, tomato, rocket leaves and a well-grilled beef patty. These calories are well worth it! Juicy burgers and ice creams are a great combination for a satisfying supper.

Udders and Kook  
81 Upper East Coast Road, Singapore 455220    
65 6448 8732
Opening Hours: Sun-Thu 12pm-11pm, Fri-Sat/eve of PH 12pm-1am

6. Mikawa Yakitori Bar

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If you enjoy Japanese Tapas, you’re going to like this one. Opened recently at Siglap, Mikawa Yakitori Bar is a cosy place offering traditional Yakitori. This small Yakitori Bar has a wide range of almost 50 items of kushiyaki skewers on its 53 Upper East Coast Road, Singapore 455214
6444 8484
Opening Hours: Tue-Thu 6pm-10.30pm, Fri-Sun 12-2.30pm, 6pm-12am, Closed on Mon

If you are driving to this area, free parking is available at the big open space carpark after 10pm. So, it’s time to make your way to Siglap. Chill to your heart’s content and start feasting away! With all these late night spots for supper at Siglap, you’ll never have to go to sleep with a growling stomach ever again.

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7 Best Meals Under $10 In Orchard That You Didn’t Know About! – Part 1

This is Part 1 of meals under $10 in Orchard . For part 2: 

  • New Station Snack Bar

  • One of my favorite places to go for dinner with my friends, New Station Snack Bar, is best known for its Salted Egg Yolk Pork Ribs. This hole-in-the-wall shop is usually crowded so be prepared to squeeze with others. It’s worth it though, the Salted Egg Yolk Pork Ribs Rice ($6.00) had me licking my plate. The sauce was amazing and the chili padi adds a pleasant spicy zest.

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    New Station Snack Bar
    #05-95, Far East Plaza, 14 Scotts Rd, S(228213)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 10am – 10pm
    Contact: 6734 2862

    1. Tangs Market

    A foodcourt-esque experience, Tangs Market is unique because you can order your food, find a table, and wait for your number to flash on the display. No more waiting in line, ugh! Dig in to the famous 85 Redhill Teochew Fishball Noodles at ($4.00) a bowl, which comes with 5 huge signature fishballs. Also, sink your teeth into the popular Penang Char Kway Teow ($5.00) which is simply yums!

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    Tangs Market
    Address: B1, Tangs Plaza, 310 Orchard Rd, S(238864)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 10.30am – 10pm

    1. Fisherios

    The specialty Beer-Battered Fish & Chips ($7.90) offered here really gives other places a run for their money. For that insanely reasonable price, you’d get 2 juicy and aromatic fish fillets served with a side of crispy chips! If seafood is your thing, try the Seafood Combo ($9.90), which comes with 1 Fish Fillet, 2 pieces of Shrimp and 3 pieces of Calamari. Happy fishing!

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    Address: #B204-4-2, Ngee Ann City, 391A Orchard Rd, S(238873)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 10am – 9.30pm

    1. Ayam Penyet Ria

    Although there are many outlets, the original is located right here in the heart of Orchard! At ($7.40), the signature Ayam Penyet set comes with an enormous succulent deep-fried chicken, rice, some vegetables, and my personal favorite, the sambal chili sauce. The highlight of this meal is really the chili sauce, which is fiery spicy yet addictive. Did I mention it was free flow?

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    Ayam Penyet Ria
    #04-25/26, Lucky Plaza, 304 Orchard Rd, S(238863)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 9pm
    Contact: 6235 6390

    1. Astons Specialties

    Astons never fails to deliver. With generous servings at an affordable price, this franchise store is one of my go-tos for casual Western fare. For $9.90, savor their range of grillworks chicken ranging from many mouthwatering flavors such Chargrill, Black Pepper, Hickory BBQ to Lemon Lime. It also comes with a choice of 2 sides!

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    Aston Specialties
    #03-04, SCAPE, 2 Orchard Link, S(237978)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 11.30am – 10pm
    Contact: 6509 4806

    1. Eighteen Chefs

    This place is very popular among students for its low-cost student meals ($6.40), which comes with a choice of pasta or baked rice from the menu, ice lemon tea, and an ice cream. I had the pleasure of meeting local celebrity-chef and owner Benny Seetoh, who is quite a personality. His signature dish, the Heart Attack Fried Rice ($8.90), is to die for.

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    Eighteen Chefs
    #04-02, Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, 8 Grange Road, S(239695)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 11.30am – 10.30pm
    Contact: 6736 380

    With these 7 places to eat at in Orchard under $10, we don’t have to worry about eating expensive and terrible food anymore! The food listed here are both very affordable and tasty! Keep a look out for Part 2, because we’ll be featuring even better eats for under $10. Follow us on Facebook for the latests scoops.

    This is Part 1 of meals under $10 in Orchard . For part 2: