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15 Restaurants In Singapore With Nett Prices So You Don’t Have To Pay 9% GST

5th January 2024

Restaurants in Singapore with nett prices

9% GST has kicked in, which makes dining out more of a pain. What’s more: there are eateries in Singapore that are capitalising on the new tax rate to spike prices, despite cost of living issues. Thankfully, there are also a handful of restaurants in Singapore sticking to offering nett prices across their menu or absorbing the GST hike for their patrons. 

Here is our guide to restaurants with nett prices.

1. Yakiniku Like

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Get affordable yakiniku at nett prices over at Yakiniku Like, a solo dining concept with outlets around the island. Sets start from $9.90 here. For the price, you can get their Pork & Chicken Set, where you get 100g of meat, as well as a bowl of plain or bonito seaweed egg rice, soup, and kimchi or a salad. The Like Quattro Set, priced at $17.90 for 200g of meat, is a crowd fave, and comes with four different types of meat for the price.

Read our Yakiniku Like review.

Website | Full list of locations
Yakiniku Like is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Marche Movenpick

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Marche Movenpick is a Swiss dining marketplace that has quite a unique concept—the food court has a variety of stalls selling European dishes, from paella to rosti, crepes to pork knuckles, all at nett prices. They’re great for families and often have seasonal specials during festive occasions!

Website | Full list of locations
Marche Movenpick is not a halal-certified eatery.

3. Habitat Coffee

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Habitat Coffee is one of Singapore’s OG cafes, serving up artisanal coffees and brunch dishes from their outfit along King George’s Avenue. Prices have been, and continue to be nett despite the 9% GST hike, so you can swing by for your weekend breakfast without making too big on a dent in your wallet. Highlights include their Big Ben ($23) breakfast platter, complete with the works, and their Stuffed Berries Hotcake ($20), a thick baked hotcake packed with cream cheese, and topped with mixed berries.

Address: 803 King George’s Ave, #01-242/244, Singapore 200803
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs 9am to 6pm, Fri-Sat 9am to 9pm
Tel: 8750 5258
Habitat Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery. 

4. The Food Peeps 

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Tucked away in Chinatown is The Food Peeps, a hole-in-the-wall cafe that serves brunch and coffee at nett prices. Weekends do get very busy, so be wary of the waiting time. Once you make it in, though, look forward to a range of breakfast platters, pasta, and salads, including the likes of their Rendang Pasta ($16), tossed in an eight-hour rendang, and their Prawn and Guac on Toast ($17), complete with spicy guacamole atop sourdough. Coffees here are also affordable, starting from just $3 for an espresso.

Address: 34 Sago Street, #01-01, Singapore 059026
Opening hours: Thurs-Tue 8am to 5pm
Tel: 6970 8035
The Food Peeps is not a halal-certified eatery.

5. Craze Kitchen

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Craze Kitchen is known for serving up halal-certified Western fusion food across their two outlets, one in Yishun, and the other in Tampines. Most of the menu here is priced under $20, and you have plenty of options to pick from too. We recommend trying their special pasta, of which there are usually seasonal flavours offered. Currently, there’s a Prawn Laksa Pasta ($15.50), with a fragrant laksa sauce, and a Mala Beef Pasta ($18), which comes with a whole mala marinated beef striploin.

Full list of outlets
Craze Kitchen is a halal-certified eatery. 

6. Gong Yuan Mala Tang

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Fast casual restaurant Gong Yuan Mala Tang offers spicy mala soup for nett prices. You pay by weight here, so expect to spend about $10 to $15 a person. You start by choosing your soup base, from the classic Ma La to Hot and Sour Pork Bone broth, and then picking different toppings akin to DIY-ing a mala xiang guo. FYI, they have vegetarian-friendly options too!

Website | Full list of outlets
Gong Yuan Mala Tang is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Rod Dee Thai Cafe

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For Thai food under $15, swing by Rod Dee Thai Cafe. The nett price-only joint offers hearty Thai dishes made from natural, fresh ingredients. Their signature Red Tom Yum Soup with Seafood ($12), for instance, stars fresh seafood, including la la and large prawns, while their Crab Meat Omelette ($11) comes with fresh crab pieces. Visit during lunchtimes on weekdays and get a main, a side and a drink from just $10.80.

5 Teo Hong Rd, park MRT Exit 4, Singapore 088323
Opening Hours: Monday 11:30 a.m - 10:30 p.m  Show More Timings 

Rod Dee Thai Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

8. Katsu-An


Katsu-an is a renowned katsudon brand boasting over 50 thriving outlets across Japan, and now, they’ve expanded to Singapore. You can get nett-priced katsu don from just $5.90 here for a medium serving. For the price, you get a bowl brimming with sweet pearl grain rice, eggs cooked with onions and in dashi, all crowned with a crispy-fried katsu cutlet. If you’re a bigger eater, you can pay $7.50 for an upgraded large version, or $9.50 for the XL serving.

Read our Katsu-an review.

Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-149A Tower 2, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Katsu-an is not a halal-certified eatery.

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9. Pasta Loft

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Those looking for affordable Italian food in Singapore can swing by Pasta Loft, a cafe in Hougang serving up a range of pasta and pizzas at nett prices. There are 17 different pasta options, with prices starting from $7.90 for their classic Aglio Olio. Pizzas are slightly pricier, but still very affordable—a whole Hawaiian, for example, is just $12. Aside from their Italian dishes, Pasta Loft also has a la carte mains to share, such as Mentaiko and Cheese Fries ($7).

Read our Pasta Loft feature.

Address: 1187 Upper Serangoon Road, #01-19, Midtown Residences, Singapore 533971
Opening hours: Mon, Wed-Fri 11:30am to 9pm, Sat-Sun 11:30am to 3:30pm, 5:30pm to 9pm, Tue 5:30pm to 9pm
Pasta Loft is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Kazutake Ramen

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Ang Mo Kio residents are lucky to have Kazutake Ramen in the ‘hood—not only are they a spot for affordable, nett-priced ramen, but they’re also open 24/7! The Chashu Ramen ($10.50) is a popular pick, starring house-made tonkotsu broth and thick slices of chashu. Aside from ramen, the restaurant also has different donburi and chirashi options, alongside Japanese skewers. 

Read our Kazutake Ramen feature.

Address: 530 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, #01-2381, Singapore 560530
Opening hours: Daily 24 hours
Tel: 6322 3456
Kazutake Ramen is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. La Petite Cuisine

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La Petite Cuisine serves up French food without GST or service charge. They’ve been around for over a decade now—formerly a private diner, they’ve since moved to Little India to establish a full-fledged restaurant. There are two menu formats: ala carte dishes or a $74 three-course set menu. The latter option is definitely more bang for your buck—mains here are priced in the $35 to $40 range for dishes such as duck leg confit, and boeuf bourguignon.  

Address: 11 Sam Leong Road, #04-05 Trio Building, Singapore 2079
Opening hours: Sun, Wed-Thurs 6pmt o 10pm, Fri-Sat 12pm to 2pm, 6pm to 10pm
Tel: 9735 7595
La Petite Cuisine is not a halal-certified eatery.

12. Wang Family Kitchen


Tucked away in Hillview is Wang Family Kitchen, a unique Korean restaurant that sells an affordable daily set menu for just $18.90. For the price, you get nine dishes, served banchan-style, from a menu that rotates daily, as well as a bowl of rice and soup, as well as dessert! Check their social media pages ahead of visiting if you want to know what they’re offering for the day.

Read our Wang Family Kitchen review.

Address: 1 Hillview Rise, #01-04 Hillview Community Club, Singapore 667970
Opening Hours: Daily 11:30am to 3pm, 5:30pm to 9pm
Wang Family Kitchen is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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13. Teng Sheng

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Hidden in ITE Ang Mo Kio is Teng Sheng, a Korean BBQ Buffet restaurant where prices start at just $18 for lunchtime and $22 for dinner on weekdays. There’s no GST nor service charge here, and for the very affordable price, you get a wide range of ingredients to choose from, whether it be meats, veggies, carbs, or cooked dishes.

Read our Teng Sheng feature.

Address: 2 Ang Mo Kio Drive, Block F, #02-09, AMK ITE Central, Singapore 567720
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
Tel: 6555 1696
Teng Sheng is not a halal-certified eatery.

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14. PocoLoco

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PocoLoco is a well-known name in the Italian restaurant scene because they serve home-style pasta dishes and more at a fraction of the price of the restaurants in town. What’s more: you don’t pay GST or service charge here. Their Vongole Bianco, AKA spaghetti with clams in a white wine sauce, is just $14.90, while their more popular squid ink and seafood Nero Pasta will just set you back $16.90. Aside from pasta, they also serve salads, risotto, and dessert!

Address: 215F Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574349
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12pm to 3pm, 6pm to 10pm, Sat-Sun 12pm to 10pm
Tel: 8866 4646
PocoLoco is not a halal-certified eatery.

15. Flock Cafe

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Flock Cafe has been a fixture in the Tiong Bahru scene, serving up homely brunch dishes and desserts. Brunch is a popular time to visit, as they’ve got a range of sweet and savoury dishes, from their Scrambled Eggs and Croissant with Smoked Salmon or Crispy Bacon ($17.90) and Banana French Toast and Crispy Bacon ($15.80). The cafe is chill, with indoor and outdoor spaces to dine in.

Address: 78 Moh Guan Terrace, #01-25, Singapore 162078
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 8am to 8:30pm, Fri-Sun 8am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6536 3938
Flock Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

Nett price restaurants to dine at 

If you’re looking for more wallet-friendly eats, check out our guide to the best cheap restaurants in Singapore, as well as our list of affordable food spots in the East.

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