Seng Huat: "Cheap, no-frills noodles!" Singapore Restaurant Tip by SWFC_Fan
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Seng Huat, like many restaurants in Singapore, offers a large selection of cheap, plentiful Chinese dishes.
I ate in here a number of times during my 11 days in the city, each time having the same dish of fried wanton noodles.
It is a very basic restaurant with plastic chairs and tables spilling out of the premises and on to the pavement next to North Bridge Road, and meals are served on plastic plates with chopsticks.
The selection is wide, with many chicken, duck and seafood dishes, and the prices are very reasonable. A typical meal will cost somewhere between S$2 (0.70 GBP / 1 Euro) and S$5 (1.75 GBP / 2.50 Euros). The fried wanton noodles, which also came with a free bowl of fish-flavoured soup, cost just S$3.
Soft drinks and bottled Tiger beers can be purchased from a separate kiosk within the restaurant.
Favorite Dish: Fried wanton noodles! A large plate of noodles, a dozen wantons and a spicy sauce (ask for extra spicy if you are given the choice!). The free soup was also a nice touch.
Go to Seng Huat if you want some cheap and tasty noodles!
Address: North Bridge Road.
Price Comparison: least expensive
Directions: On North Bridge Road, close to the Backpacker Cosy Corner guesthouse, across from Parco shopping mall.
Price: less than US$10
Theme: Chinese/Dim Sum
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