11 Jan '16, 2am

Find out how to be a #foodie in Singapore without spending lots of money

Find out how to be a #foodie in Singapore without spending lots of money

Everyone in Singapore considers themselves some sort of culinary expert—but only when it comes to eating and not cooking, of course. Despite the fact that posting food pictures has gone out of style in most other countries, Singaporeans are still going strong, and on any given day I get to look at pictures of anything from some celebrity chef’s creation to plates of char kuay teow. Unfortunately, being a foodie in Singapore is getting more and more expensive. While the actual inflation rate over the last five years has been about 4%, real inflation is significantly higher, which means those date nights at overpriced restaurants are getting a lot less affordable. Still, it’s almost impossible to separate a Singaporean from his food. Singaporeans are already some of the biggest spenders on eating out in the region, and with shopping and eating being the most popular national...

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