13 Eateries Open All Day All Night For Your Late Night Meal!

There’s just no telling when the hunger pangs would start kicking in. Whether you had a super late day at work, or you’re just craving for a snack. Luckily, Singapore is in fact the food city that never sleeps.

No matter what time it is, come rain or snow (I wish), these places open all day err day to satisfy your tummy rumblings. So grab your nearest BFF and head down to these food joints for a sinful night of indulgence.

1. Fei Fei Wanton Mee

Undoubtedly one of the most raved about Wanton Mee in Singapore, it is perhaps unfortunate that portions are quite small. However, the springy texture and delicious flavor of the noodles make up for it. At ($4), I would recommend ordering it dry with added chilli sauce to complement the overall taste.

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Fei Fei Wanton Mee
Sin Wah Coffeeshop, 62 Joo Chiat Place, S (427785)
Contact: 6345 7515

2. Diandin Leluk

Situated in Little Thailand, as it is affectionately known by locals, Diandin Leluk is the biggest Thai eatery in Golden Mile Complex. Popular dishes include Green Curry Chicken ($10) and Red Ruby ($3), a Thai coconut-milk dessert to cool off the spiciness. To sweeten the deal, there is also no service charge and GST!


Diandin Leluk
Location: #01-67/68/69, Golden Mile Complex, 5001 Beach Road, S (199588)
Contact: 6293 5101

3. RK Eating House

Regularly packed with a plethora of youths, especially late at night, RK House offers an extensive menu of North Indian Cuisine. Nestled in the boisterous Serangoon Gardens, give their crispy Plain Roti Prata ($1.20) a go. For drinks with friends, go for a Milo Tower ($12) to share.

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RK Eating House
1A Kensington Park Road, S (557253)
Contact: 6289 5379

4. 333 Bak Kut Teh

It’s a shame that this place doesn’t get nearly as much attention as compared to Founder’s Bak Kut Teh. Their Pork Ribs Soup ($6) is on par with Founder’s in terms of flavour and tenderness. The peppery aftertaste of the refillable soup really hits the spot too! I recommend completing your meal with Salted Vegetable ($2) and Tou Fu Skin ($2).

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333 Bak Kut Teh
333 Balestier Road, S (329765)
Contact: 6352 6192

5. Meng’s Kitchen

Aww yesss, this Bak Chor Mee ($4) is so good that it deserves visits at least 2-3 times a week. The chilli and vinegar base perfectly provides the platform for the bouncy and chewy noodles to truly shine. Don’t get me started on the meatballs. Trust me, a single bowl is never enough.

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Meng’s Kitchen
246B Upper Thomson Road, S (574370)
Contact: 6455 4890

6. Yong He Eating House

Located at a place synonymous with Singapore’s red light district, Yong He is the ideal place to try or reminisce Taiwanese delights at any time of the day. Their signature dishes include the Soya Bean Drink ($1.50), Beancurd ($2), and of course, who can leave out the silky vermicelli in a thick, flavorful broth – the savoury Mee Sua ($4) aka Taiwanese noodles.

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Yong He Eating House
517 Geylang Road, S (389473)
Contact: 6745 5682

7. Al-Ameen

The North has always been kind of a downer for supper, with almost a very limited selection of places that you could go for that 4am craving. Not anymore! Branching out from their origins in Bukit Timah, Al-Ameen serves up Thai Muslim favourites. For a gratifying experience, Butter Chicken ($7) with a side of Naan is the way to go.

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#01-11, 35 Marsiling Industrial Estate Road, S (739257)
Contact: 6366 1740

8. Changi Airport 24 Hr Food Gallery

We all know that Changi Airport houses many 24-hour food choices. There’s McDonalds, KFC, 1983, Swensens, and so on… But, for a true dining experience that showcases Singapore’s cultural diversity, look no further than the 24 Hr Food Gallery at T1. Hey, what can go wrong with a plate of chicken rice or a bowl of steaming Laksa?

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Changi Airport 24 Hr Food Gallery (T1)
Airport Blvd, Changi Airport International Airport Terminal 1, S (819642)
Contact: 6543 4881

9. TCC

One of my favourite places to go to for a quiet read, TCC at the International Building at Orchard Road is a quiet and cosy location for late night mugging or meet-ups. The food is delicious and portions are generous, albeit on the pricier side. I would recommend a Dark Devotion ($13) to go with a cup of House Blend ($5.80).

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TCC at International Building
#01-01, 360 Orchard Road, International Building, S (238869)
Contact: 6732 3696
Closed for renovation from 3 May to 2 June 2016

10. 126 Dim Sum

As a regular patron, ‘Wan Dou Sek’ offers a no-frills dining experience of value for money dim sum. Usual delights include Carrot Cake ($4), Siew Mai ($3.20), and Man Tou with Chili Crab Sauce ($6). The major downside is that it may be hard to find a parking spot, and dishes may not be consistent from time to time.

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126 Dim Sum
126 Sims Avenue, S (387449)
Contact: 6746 4757

11. Al-Azhar

Another place that serves Indian cuisine, Al-Azhar also offers an extensive menu which includes some Western cuisine selections. A food rival with Al-Ameen, which coincidentally is a mere walking distance away, Al-Azhar has its own charm. Tuck in to popular dish Butter Chicken ($7), and complement it with a side of Egg Thosai ($2).

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11/11A Cheong Chin Name Road, S (599736)
Contact: 6466 5052

12. Wong Chiew Restaurant

Renamed from Wong Chiew Eating House, this humble food joint serves a ‘chapalang’ of dishes. They offer dim sum and porridge for a delicious light meal or roasted meat and plenty of zi-char style dishes for a satisfying heavy meal. Not forgetting to mention, Wong Chiew’s famous Kampong Bucket Chicken ($14 for half-chicken), chicken served in herbal broth marinade. Till this day, the recipe remains a closely guarded secret.

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Wong Chiew Restaurant
19 Sembawang Road, S (779075)
Contact: 6456 6838

13. New Mahamoodiya

What better way to end off the list with yet another Prata place! Situated just outside the effervescent Simpang Bedok area, New Mahamoodiya emanates a rustic, kampong style atmosphere. Pratas are their specialty, which come freshly made and piping hot. Their Egg Prata ($1.50) comes with chopped onions, adding a distinctive taste to the dish.

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New Mahamoodiya
335 Bedok Road, S (469510)
Contact: 6243 2086

Ladies and gents, with such an avalanche of food options at your fingertips, there’s no need to be hungry at any time of the day anymore. I know I won’t be!

(Header image credit: Steel Wool, words by editor)

Also Read: Stuff Yourself Silly! 7 Best Buffets Below $30

Chill The Night Away! 10 Alfresco Bars With Live Band

Hey you! Are you someone who spends most of your days indoors? Be it in school (poly & uni students) or at work, face it, we spent most of our time in an air-conditioned room!

(But Singapore’s so hot!)

Yup, I feel you, but shouldn’t we be making the most out of our limited time outdoors? Although it seems that our climate is like a curse, but other times, it can be a real blessing.

Especially after dark when Singapore gets amazing! There’s no better way to enjoy the nightlife than to chow down on delectable gastronomy while enjoying a chilled drink or two. Throw in a couple of hot tunes and there you have it, a night to remember!

Friends, I bring you, alfresco bars! What makes them different from other restaurants is that they provide a totally unique experience. Whether it’s celebrating a special occasion, a romantic dinner, or corporate gatherings, alfresco bars are your go-tos.

Here are some of our favorite places:

  1. Timbre @ Arts House

Everyone should be familiar with the iconic and premier Timbre Group’s chain of live music restaurants. Timbre @ The Arts House is perhaps the most “atas” of them all. Enjoy the picturesque view of the Singapore River and hey, don’t forget to snap a picture with the statue of Singapore’s founding father, Sir Stamford Raffles.

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Timbre @ Arts House
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 6pm – 1am; Fri – Sat: 6pm – 2am
Live Music: 
Mon: 8pm – 11.15pm; Tues: 8.30pm – 11.45pm; Wed – Thurs: 8.15pm – 11.30pm; Fri: 7.15pm – 12.45am; Sat: 8.30pm – 12.45am; Closed on Sundays
Location: #01-04, 1 Old Parliament Lane, S (179429)
Contact: 6336 3386

  1. Timbre @ The Substation

Located opposite SMU, Timbre @ The Substation is the older and more rustic brother of Timbre @ Arts House. Tucked away from the city crowd, rest your eyes on the idyllic teak furnishing and foliage, and drift away to tranquility and melodic tunes.

Timbre’s menus are nearly identical, but of course, there are popular dishes. For something light, there’s the Crispy Pork Belly ($16), and Timbre Chicken Wings ($14). Who can forget the famous Roasted Duck Pizza ($21), deliciously topped with hoisin sauce and crispy popiah skin. Don’t forget to drown them down with your favorite alcohol selection!

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Timbre @ The Substation
Live Music:
Tues – Wed: 8.30pm – 11.45pm; Thurs: 10.15pm – 12.45am; Fri – Sat: 10.15pm – 1.45am; Sun: 10.15pm – 12.30am
Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 6pm – 1am; Fri – Sat: 6pm – 2am, Closed on Mondays
Location: 45 Armenian Street, The Substation Garden, S (179936)
Contact: 6338 8030

  1. Wala Wala

Nestled in one of Singapore’s most exciting and entertaining nightlife district, Holland Village, Wala Wala Café Bar is often packed. Who can blame them? The ambience is always cheerful and relaxed, making it popular with foreigners. Food favourites include Spicy Blacken Wings aka Wala Buffalo Wings ($14), and Curly Potato Wedges ($7). Did we mention that the alcohol selection is really extensive as well?

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Wala Wala
Live Music:
Daily: 7pm – 9pm; 9.30pm (varies)
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 4pm – 1am; Fri: 4pm – 2am; Sat: 3pm – 2am; Sun: 3pm – 1am
Location: 31 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village, S (277689)
Contact: 6462 4288

  1. Spruce

Spruce deserves a spot on this list because of its location. Located at the former Bukit Timah Fire Station (yep, it’s true), Spruce serves as the perfect hideout to escape the bright lights of the city. Be sure to try their original creations – Spruce Hot Wings ($18), served with homemade hot sauce, and the succulent Spruce Burger ($19). (Psst, there’s free parking!)

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Live Music:
Tues, Thurs, Fri, Sun: 7.30pm – 10.30pm
Opening Hours:  Tues – Thurs: 11.30am – 12.30am; Fri: 11.30am – 1am; Sat: 9am – 1am; Sun: 9am – 12.30am; Closed on Mondays
Location: #01-01, Fire Station, 260 Upper Bukit Timah Road, S (588190)
Contact: 6466 5582

  1. Five Tapas @ Cuppage

My personal favourite place for a night of drinks with friends, Five Tapas @ Cuppage, is popular for their five dollar tipples (for the uninitiated, that’s liquor), and sing-along tunes. The only downside is that it’s always crowded and gets relatively humid. But hey, for tipples at such low prices, I have no complaints. My favourites from the food menu include Stuffed Mushrooms ($5), Spicy Pork Belly Cubes ($5), and Beer Battered Fish & Chips ($18).

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Five Tapas @ Cuppage
Live Music:
Daily: 8.00pm – 10pm (varies)
Location: 25 Cuppage Road, Cuppage Terrace, S (229454)
Opening Hours: Daily: 5pm – 12am
Contact: 6733 8097

  1. Going Om

Inspired by Hindu temples while travelling in the Himalayas, founders Barry and Oliver has delivered an almost meditative experience in their quaint little alfresco bar. Tucked in the corner of eclectic Haji Lane within the confines of a refurbished shophouse, Going Om is perhaps the most artsy and unique in this list. I personally vouch for the Pear N Apple Crumble ($7), which is heavenly. Fellow Ommies unite!

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Going Om
Live Music:
Tues, Thurs, 9.30pm
Opening Hours: Tues – Thurs: 5.30pm – 1am; Fri: 5.30pm – 3am; Sat: 3.30pm – 3am; Sun: 3.30pm – 1am; Closed on Mondays
Location: 63 Haji Lane, S (189256)
Contact: 6396 3592

  1. The Queen & Mangosteen

Offering a million-dollar view of neighbouring Sentosa, The Queen & Mangosteen is the quintessential gourmet British alfresco pub. With an unpretentious menu of appetising British food with an Asian twist, this chic establishment is the ideal spot to put your feet up after a long day of shopping and activities in Vivocity. Unlike other bars in this list, it’s also great for the kids! Must try: Fish & Chips ($26), and Shepherd’s Pie ($20).

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The Queen & Mangosteen
Live Music:
Tues – Thurs: 8pm – 11pm
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 11am – 12mn; Fri – Sat: 11am – 1am; Sun: 11am – 12mn
Location: #01-106/07, Vivocity, 1 HarborFront Walk, S (098585)
Contact: 6376 9380

  1. CM-PB

Guys, guys, relax! This isn’t CMPB (Central Manpower Base), this is CM-PB. An acronym for Contemporary Melting-Pot & Bar, this café-bar-bistro is set against the evergreen scenery of Dempsey Hill in a bungalow setting. Albeit dishes are on the pricier side, the Truffle Fries ($15) is one of the best in Singapore. For an all-day breakfast selection, try the Eggs on Request ($24).

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Live Music:
Thurs: 8.30pm; Fri – Sat: 9.30pm
Opening Hours: Sun – Thurs: 10.30am – 1am; Fri – Sat: 10.30am – 2am
Location: #01-05, Block 7 Dempsey Road, S (249671)
Contact: 6475 0105

  1. Mel’s Place

Situated near East Coast Park, Mel’s Place offers much needed reprieve after a day of exhausting activities and festivities. I’ve heard that they’ve revamped the main building and furnished it with a stylish new look. Upon setting foot in the bar, Mel’s Place welcomes you with a Hawaiian-ish décor. Also, from the grapevine are rave reviews for their Bangers & Mash ($18), a duo of sausages rested on mash potatoes with Mirepoix Sauce. Yummy!

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Mel’s Place
Live Music:
Mon – Sat: 7.30pm – 11pm
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 4pm – 1am; Fri – Sat: 4pm – 2am; Sun: 11am – 1am
Location: 2A Kuo Chuan Avenue, S (426897)
Contact: 6440 3573

  1. The Mad Men Attic Bar

Boasting a stunning skyline of the Marina Bay Sands, Mad Men Attic Bar is fast gaining more prominence. Located in the concrete jungle of Singapore’s CBD, this place is highly beloved by white-collared workers after a hard day’s toil. Add to that a charming view of commercial skyscrapers, there’s no better word to describe this alfresco bar than “wow”. Tuck into delicious nibbles such as Luncheon Meat Fries ($12), Mini Beef Burgers ($12), and the Chili Cheese Dog ($14).

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The Mad Men Attic Bar
Live Music:
Mon – Sat: 8.30pm
Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs: 5pm – 1am; Fri – Sat: 5pm – 3am
Location: #03-02, 11 North Canal Rd, S (048824)
Contact: 9822 1789

With this list on hand, you’ll be well-armed for night time chill outs. Let us know which are your favourite spots!

(Header image credit: 7 Must Try Food Places At Ang Mo Kio – From Seafood To Desserts!

Everyone’s Favourite Scary Movie is Back – The Conjuring 2

Everyone’s favourite horror film has a sequel! Fresh off the success of The Conjuring in 2013, James Wan (“Saw”, “Furious 7”) is back once again at the helm, bringing the scares to the big screen with another real case. These cases are from the files of renowned demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. (If you haven’t seen The Conjuring yet, please do!)

Reprising their roles from the previous film, Oscar nominees Vera Farmiga (“Up in the Air”) and Patrick Wilson (“Insidious”), star as Lorraine and Ed Warren. In one of their most terrifying paranormal investigations, they travel to North London. Their task: to help a single mother, who is raising four children alone, in a house plagued by malicious spirits.

The story behind Conjuring 2

The case began in London, England in 1977. There, divorced single mother Margaret Hodgson lived with her four children, who ranged in age from seven to 13 at that time. But their happy home life was turned on its head when bizarre phenomena began to occur.

The Hodgson children began to complain that their beds shake in the night, a chest of drawers moves in the dark, and mysterious knocking sounds resound throughout the halls. Later, LEGOs would be seen soaring through the air. At first, Margaret believed her kids were making it up, and throwing the LEGOs about themselves. But as things escalated, she couldn’t ignore that something strange was going on.

Seriously spooky

“Does it feel like it’s coming from inside you?”

“No, it feels like it’s coming from behind me.”

This trailer has got to be one of the most frightening I have ever seen, and that’s saying a lot (As a self-proclaimed horror fan!) Did you know that a priest was called in to bless the set during filming? Spooky eh.

Check it out below!


Don’t just take my word for how unbelievably anticipated this movie is. After two weeks in the top spot, Captain America: Civil War (7.1 million) was overthrown as the most-viewed ‘coming soon’ trailer by the release of The Conjuring 2 trailer (7.3 million).

Excited yet?

Grab your friends, partners, and families and be prepared for the scream fest and nightmares ahead. The Conjuring 2 will be coming to a movie theater near you. I can’t wait!

Release Date: 9 June 2016

Also Read: 4 Haunted Places In Singapore So Spooky That Even The Ghosts Also Scared – Part 1

You Can Now Fish & Dine At Singapore’s First Kelong Restaurant! You’ll Want To Check This Out!

Fancy a short, idyllic getaway after a long week’s worth of work or study? Seek a different kind of adventure from the normal dining experience in Singapore? Well, calm down, because Smith Marine Kelong is quite literally, a great catch!


Singapore’s Floating Kelong Restaurant

Originally an aquaculture farm (a place where farmers cultivate aquatic organisms such as fish) back in 2006, or kelong in local context, Smith Marine Kelong has evolved into one of the most unique places to dine at for delectable seafood!

Although Smith Marine is not Singapore’s first kelong, it remains in our unique history because it has adapted according to shifting times and has emerged as Singapore’s first one-of-a-kind kelong restaurant.

For those who don’t know, “kelong” is a Malay word describing a form of offshore platform built with wood (imagine a house on long sticks in the sea). Built by fishermen for fishing purposes, only a handful remain in Singapore due to urbanisation (yet another reason to visit this place!).

Food at Smith Marine Kelong

Check out the amazing “zi-char” style dishes of the restaurant! My favorite is their signature Chilli Crab with Man Tou!

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You may call, SMS, or Whatsapp them for their menu. There is also no tax or service charge! Say what?!

Situated next to Pulau Ubin, this modern kelong has a solid base structure, a tiled floor and a roof over your head while you take in the scenes. It looks really modernised, like a chalet on water. The place is spacious and clean, so not to worry, you won’t be walking on cramped rickety wooden kelongs from the olden days! Oh yes, don’t worry about a “fish” smell around the kelong because the farms are sheltered off.

Fish at Smith Marine Kelong

Did I mention that you can fish for your own food? You heard me right, because yes you can!

As a fun pre-meal activity, diners can try their hands in the ‘sure-catch’ pond with fishing rods and baits provided. The pond is filled with Snapper and Sea Bass. Even the most amateur fishers can catch something (trust me). It’s a great experience for first-timers too!

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The fish you catch can be given to the chef to be cooked to your liking in the restaurant ($35.00). You can also take them home at ($15.00). This isn’t a catch-and-release fishing pond so you’ll have to choose one option.

What to do at Smith Marine Kelong

Aside from fishing, visitors can take a leisurely stroll on the decks of the kelong to enjoy the cool breeze, see fish being farmed, or take some amazing pictures. Bear in mind that some parts of the farm are not accessible to the public.

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That’s not all! You may even enjoy a game of pool, lay in a hammock or simply bask on the deck and witness the amazing sunset.



Since they are in the middle of the sea, the weather will be hot. However, visitors can sit by the waiting area to enjoy the cool breeze and dip your feet into the cool waters.

Be wary of inclement weather. Your trip is best enjoyed if there is no rain. So, make sure you check the weather forecast beforehand!

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Getting there

To get to Smith Marine Kelong, you will have to book a 2-way ferry at S$100 which can carry up to 12 pax. So it is best to get more of your friends or family to come along. (It doesn’t link to anywhere else, so just a simple to-and-fro journey)

Departure is at Changi Point Ferry Terminal at Changi Village. Smith Marine Kelong will assist you to book the 15-20 minutes ferry ride. Time of departure is according to your preference.

Reservation is required. Visit their also read: 

8 Delish Meals Under $10 In Orchard That Will Leave You Satisfied! – Part 2

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  • Central Hong Kong Café

  • Serving up an extensive menu of Hong Kong food, you’d be spoilt for choice. At affordable prices, this place is optimal if you can’t decide what to eat as they provide many options. My personal favorites are the dry Braised Beef Brisket Noodles ($6.90), Hong Kong Rickshaw Noodles ($4.50), and the Cheese Baked Rice with Chicken Chop ($8.00).

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    Central Hong Kong Café
    #2-30, Orchard Central, 181 Orchard Rd, S(238896)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 10am – 10pm
    Contact: 6509 1766

    1. Kim Dae Mun

    Popular amongst SMU students who are tired of the same-ol boring uni-fare, this simple foodcourt-style place serves up some of the best and authentic Korean food. Take your pick from fan favorites Spicy Pork ($8.50), Saba Fish ($8.00) or Bibimbab ($8.00). Standard sets comes with rice, kimchi and a bowl of soup.

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    Kim Dae Mun
    Address: #02-17/18, Concorde Foodcourt, 100 Orchard Rd, S(238840)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 8.30pm

    1. Orchard Yong Tau Foo

    Probably offering one of the widest range of ingredients I have ever seen, each piece comes at a decent price ($0.70) and an additional cost ($0.70) for your choice of noodles. The ingredients tasted fresh despite being out in the open, while the soup was fragrant and according to the friendly owners, ‘special’. Well, I can attest that this really does taste good. Be sure to try out the sweet brown sauce and the chili sauce topped with sesame seeds.

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    Orchard Yong Tau Foo
    #01-09, Cuppage Plaza, 5 Koek Rd, S(228796)
    Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 8am – 6.30pm; Closed on Sundays
    Contact: 9067 5245

    1. Fish Tales

    A relatively new café, this hidden gem is a great place to hang and chill after a tired day of shopping. At a stunningly low price ($7.90) for their classic Fish and Chips, it’s hard to pass up. At an additional dollar, their best-selling Beaurre Au Citron ($8.90), which gives you an irresistible garlic, lemon and butter sauce on top of your fish makes it a truly wholesome meal. For an Instagram-worthy option, choose the Squid Ink Pasta ($9.90).

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    Fish Tales
    #02-27/02-18B, SCAPE, 2 Orchard Link, S(237978)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 12pm – 10pm
    Contact: 6636 9960

    1. NamNam Noodle Bar

    There’s really not much to say for everyone’s favorite casual Vietnamese dining experience. For your fix of affordable Vietnamese cuisine, NamNam is possibly the most hassle-free. Their most popular dishes include the Hanoi Pho with Beef Steak Slices ($10.00) and the Sautéed Lemongrass Pork and Cream Cheese Banh Mi ($6.90).

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    NamNam Noodle Bar
    #B2-02, Wheelock Place, 501 Orchard Rd, S(238880)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 8am – 9.30pm
    Contact: 6735 1488

    1. Tsuru-Koshi Udon

    Located in Takashimaya’s Japanese Food Court, don’t miss this little store because this serves the best tasting udon among all others. The Ebi Tempura Udon ($9.00) is my personal favorite. The thick noodles are super chewy, the broth really flavorful, and the fried tempura simply crispy and delightful. Try the Curry Udon ($9.00) too, which is not overly thick.

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    Tsuru-Koshi Udon
    B2,Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Rd, S(238872)
    Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm

    1. Thai Tantric

    I cannot seem to understand why my friends would flock to Jane Thai instead when Thai Tantric’s food is simply better tasting. The Thai Fried Glass Noodles with Seafood ($7.00) is extremely delicious and the signature Pad Thai ($6.00) is on a whole different playing field. As a sharing option, try the Tom Yum ($10.00), an addictively sweet and spicy soup that really hits the spot.

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    Thai Tantric
    #04-28/30, Orchard Towers, 400 Orchard Rd, S(238875)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 11am – 3pm; 6pm – 3am
    Contact: 9866 9841

    1. Hainanese Delicacy

    To complete this list, I’ve saved the best for last because I love chicken rice (hehe). And Hainanese Delicacy is simply one of the best chicken rice in Singapore. Who knew it was located in Orchard? I’ve been here during the era of the ‘Far East Kids’ all the way to my latter years and I never get tired of it. The chicken is extremely tender and the rice absolutely fragrant. At a price of ($4.00) for a plate, you simply cannot resist the urge to order another plate. In one word: Perfection!

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    Hainanese Delicacy
    #05-116, Far East Plaza, 14 Scotts Rd, S(228213)
    Opening Hours: Daily: 10am – 8pm
    Contact: 6734 0639

    We’ve come to the end of this series. All in all, there are 15 great eats and meals in Orchard under $10. We hope this guide will help you to save some cash, yet enjoy great food in one of Singapore’s most expensive shopping districts. You’ll always know what to eat in Orchard now.

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  • 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.

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    10 Annoying Types Of Group Mates You Need To Be Prepared For In Uni

    It’s that time again.

    What, you may ask? The time for prayers. Because in university, group projects can mean 2 things.

    First, clear skies and smooth sea. Doubtful.

    Second and the most common scenario, a traumatic experience. If you are assigned to a group where you are pretty much the only functioning member, it’s time to bid your sleep and sanity farewell. It’s unbelievable, but your future lies in the hands of…

    1. The “Wait Ah”

    The groupmate whose face you don’t see, since it’s always blocked by or looking down at a phone. Whether it’s Facebook, Instagram, texting, or looking at cat pictures, there’s just no telling what they’re doing.

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    1. The “I Got Something On”

    They are simply the busiest people in the world. Be it group meetings or online meet-ups, they never show up. This is the one group member who isn’t contactable nearly all the time, but somehow returns from the dead to present in class.

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    1. The “Relak Can”

    The chillest person who can’t be moved to do any work even if his or her life depended on it. They’re the ones who will constantly emphasize that there’s still plenty of time until the deadline. And they usually end up doing less work all the time, everytime.

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    1. The “Smart Aleck”

    The brains behind the operation, or so they think. They are fond of claiming to be experts about everything, but when it comes to new ideas or concepts, it’s like watching a silent movie.

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    1. The “Talk Only”

    Frankly, the most annoying kind. The only thing they are good at is moving their mouths. They tend to dominate conversations by interrupting others, and they usually never get any work done.

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    1. The “O_O”

    That’s the face they usually have. They’re the ones who sit there. Quiet. Daydreaming. During group discussions, they’re fond of shaking their head up and down or left and right. Aside from that, it’s back to unicorn island.

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    1. The “My Way Better Leh”

    The nasty dictator of the group. These are the ones that want everything done to their standards. Whether it’s how reports should be written or how presentation slides should be done, they’re in charge. If you don’t like it, well, that’s just too bad. Next thing you know they’ll tell you their way of breathing is better.

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    1. The “Don’t Need Lah”

    These are the ones who are perfectly fine with just passing the course. They’ll take it easy and encourage others to do the same. On the work front, they’ll do only the bare minimum just so they don’t fail.

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    1. The “Why So Long One”

    Usually the control freak, these are the ones who will usually hassle you to finish your work because they are anxious about everything. They’ll text you at 3 in the morning to check if you’d finish your work. If you meet one of these people, it’s best you get your work done ASAP, or else you’ll never hear the end of it.

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    1. The “Huh”

    This person is not that bad. They’re the ones who care deeply about the project and are very lively and eager to contribute. The down side is they simply just don’t understand what’s going on and what’s needed. Often, their inputs are totally irrelevant to what your group is doing.

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    To fellow undergraduates, have you met one of these people yet? To Poly/JC students, be prepared, you will!

    Game of Thrones: Worlds of Westeros Comes To Ion Orchard This April! Here’s What You Need To Know!

    Game of Thrones fans, brace yourselves, winter is coming.

    HBO Asia is providing everyone in Singapore with an amazing opportunity to experience the fantastical world of the hit TV show.


    Delve into the world of the Seven Kingdoms at The Game of Thrones Experience: Worlds of Westeros.

    Immerse yourself with weapon prop displays, strike your best pose with photo opportunities with the life-size throne replica and Daenerys Targaryen’s dragon, Drogo, against a green screen set-up.


    Fans stand a chance to meet Isaac Hempstead Wright (Bran Stark) on Apr 2!


    The excitement doesn’t stop there. Fans will also get the opportunity to experience Game of Thrones: Ascend the Wall, an Oculus Rift virtual reality experience that lets you ride the Castle Black winch elevator to the top of the 700-foot ice wall.

    A remarkable experience for GOT fans, this event is a must visit! Visit the

    While You Were Busy Sleeping, 300 Youths Did Their Part For OBS Project IsLand-A-Hand!

    Debunking the myth that young Singaporeans lack idealism, more than 300 young volunteers lent their hands in various environmental conservation initiatives organized by Outward Bound Singapore (OBS) at Pulau Ubin and Coney Island earlier last weekend while all of us were still sleeping.

    This is to commemorate the first death anniversary of Singapore’s founding father Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and honor his legacy of a clean and green Singapore.

    These youths, aged between 15 and 35 years old proactively did their part for nature through reforestation, coastal and swamp cleanup, invasive weed clearing, flotsam fence maintenance, species survey and bird box construction. This is the second time OBS has organized this large-scale outdoor conservation classroom, with overwhelming participation.

    To further encourage youths to appreciate the environment, OBS will also be opening its campus to the public for the first time for a series of March school holiday Nature Appreciation Programme.

    A total of 11 workshops will be organized featuring activities such as nature treasure hunts, mangrove appreciation and nature photography to promote family bonding and a greater understanding of Pulau Ubin’s history, geography and ecology.

    Members of public could register for the free workshops at which can be found on the OBS website.

    Disney On Ice, Village Festival And More! 8 Exciting Events To Check Out This March In S’pore!

    With the week-long school holiday and the Good Friday long weekend to look out for, there’s no better time to be a Singaporean. Be it food or entertainment, there’s definitely something for everyone.

    We’ve handpicked 5 events you should check out with your best friend or family this month, so here’s the list:

    1. 5 Seconds of Summer – Sounds Live Feels Live (3 Mar)

    For the very first time in Singapore, Australian pop/punk band, 5 Seconds of Summer (5S0S) are set to rock the stage with their incredibly catchy tunes.

    You may know them from their hits such as “She Looks So Perfect”, “Amnesia”, and their latest radio-killer, “She’s Kinda Hot”. Don’t miss this chance to catch 2014’s breakout band of the year live!

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    Location: The Star Theatre, 1 Vista Exchange Green, Singapore 138617
    Damage: S$118 – S$388
    Tickets Available: click here

    2. I Light Marina Bay 2016 (4-27 Mar)

    First held in 2010, the I Light Marina Bay festival has been continued annually due to its huge turnout and success. This festival is Asia’s first and only sustainable light art festival, with the “I” alluding to the festival’s innovative and intelligent content.

    This year’s theme is “In Praise of Shadows”. Many invited artists will unveil their creations centered on this theme.

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    Location: Marina Bay Waterfront
    Damage: Free Admission
    More Information: click here

    3. Margaret Cho’s Psycho Tour 2016 (5 Mar)

    Join three-time Grammy and Emmy nominated comedian, Margaret Cho, in her first foray into Asia with this one-night only performance that will leave you bawling from laughter.

    A pioneer amongst women in comedy, Margaret Cho promises to tackle difficult subjects such as racism and police brutality with sharp wit, sensitivity, and serious comedic insights.

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    Location: Kallang Theatre, 1 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397688
    Damage: S$88 – S$148
    Tickets Available: click here

    4. The Great Singapore Heritage Mystery 2016 (6 Mar)

    Ever heard of an Escape Room? Well, this is bigger and better!

    The Great Singapore Heritage Mystery 2016 is a mystery trail where participants in teams of five solve a series of clues and challenges while discovering aspects of Singapore’s little-known heritage at various historical sites.

    What are you waiting for? Form a team with your best buddies to have fun while uncovering nuggets of history!

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    Location: Tanjong Pagar Community Club, 101 Cantonment Rd, Singapore 089774
    Damage: S$60 per team of 5
    More Information: click here

    5. Disney on Ice 2016 (11-20 Mar)

    You are only as young as your heart wants you to be… so get ready to enter a world of enchantment.

    Featuring your favorite Disney characters, such as Elsa from Frozen, The Little Mermaid, and Rapunzel, this performance will entertain you with silk moves in a wintery wonderland.

    Integrating winsome music and a story full of action, relive your childhood memories in this unforgettable show-stopping performance.

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    Location: Singapore Sports Hub, 2 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397691
    Damage: S$25 – S$120
    Tickets Available: click here

    6. Ophelia – The Studios 2016 (17-19 Mar)

    Of the many upcoming performances in a long list, Ophelia by Cake Theatrical Productions stands out the most, and there’s no denying why.

    Inspired by Shakespeare’s character, this work delves into the workings of a mind encompassing a landscape of politics and gender. Ophelia promises to reflect on the grey areas of humanity. This performance is guaranteed to resonate with you for a long time.

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    Location: Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Dr, Singapore 038981
    Damage: S$35
    Tickets Available: click here

    7. Fashion Steps Out 2016 (25 Mar-8 May)

    Fashion Steps Out is a fun-filled six-week extravaganza showcasing the latest fashion trends around the world – right in the center of everyone’s favorite shopping district.

    A kaleidoscope of colors and style, this annual highlight has been on every fashion fan’s to-do list. Shoppers will also be treated to a catwalk show featuring top looks from exclusive boutiques, and better yet, the clothes and accessories featured on the runway will be available for purchase from the stores in Orchard Road!

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    Location: Orchard Road
    Damage: Free Admission
    More Information: click here

    8. Village Festival 2016 (27 Mar)

    As part of Singapore’s multicultural heritage, Village Festival is a celebration of the diverse cultures of India. This explosion of colors will showcase the culture of different Indian states, with highlights including several classical dances accompanied by hip-swaying music.

    Furthermore, there will be a full-day bazaar for all you shopaholics as well as special attractions for kids.

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    Location: NTUC Auditorium, Level 7, 1 Marina Boulevard, Singapore 018989
    Damage: S$55 – S$70
    Tickets Available: click here

    With all these exciting and interesting events and activities to do in March, we hope that you’ll have as much fun as we do!

    Every month, we publish a list of exciting events to attend. Follow us to receive updates!