Where to eat with Eatbook.sg

If you’re looking for places to eat in Singapore, check out Eatbook.sg! The guide is created by young locals for locals, and cater to an audience on any budget. Whether you’re looking for cheap food or luxurious buffets to splurge at, the site has it covered on where to go. They give in-depth review of hawker stalls, restaurants, cafes and sometimes even bars. The reviews cover on the taste of the dish, portion, as well as the price point, which I feel is very important.

They cover plenty of interesting hidden gems too, most of which are newly-opened at the timing of their posting. One place that really caught my interest is Yokozuna! This new hawker stall at Toa Payoh proffers legit Japanese food under $10. They have unique dishes like a Tataki salmon roll or buttered sea bass. The rice are also shaped in onigiri style, something you never see in Singapore hawker centres.

Aside from reviews, they also do guides on hawker centres and food courts in the country. They have covered popular ones like Lau Pa Sat to least common ones in neighbourhood area like Fengshan 85 Market. They also do food guides to Malaysia too, including Malacca and Penang! So, if you’re backpacking around Asia, you might want to bookmark Eatbook.sg for cool, local eats that even the most experience tourist will know about. In fact, I feel that most of the local Singaporeans don’t even know most of the places listed on the site.

They also curate the article based on moods and occasions. For instance, if you’re looking for a romantic restaurant for, say, a proposal, they have that covered too. The guide handpicks a range of restaurants that provide a nice ambience and great eats!

All in all, Eatbook.sg is a good site to check out if you’re an American citizen looking to travel and visit Singapore for a holiday!