Little Singapore can be counted on for flavoursome and affordable meals.
The Little Singapore Restaurant Sunnybank has been a favourite of locals since opening in 2005. The two CBD locations, 'Uptown' and 'City' have also proved popular with those after quick, tasty and affordable meals.
The menu and decor are largely consistent across all three restaurants, as is the quality. Little Singapore offers many Malaysian favourites like roti canai, lobak, Hainanese chicken and char kway teow. The seafood combination chow mein is a standout – crispy egg noodles and assorted seafood in a Hong Kong style white sauce.
Standard alcoholic beverages are available and the drinks list also includes many refreshing non-alcoholic options like red bean crushed ice, taro milk tea and watermelon juice (served in sealed plastic cups).
The City restaurant is conveniently located on Charlotte Street, right next door to Archives Fine Books. Like its sister restaurants, it can be counted on for flavoursome and affordable meals, and though the service may not necessarily be polished, it is very fast.
Published on January 07, 2013 by Sophia Edwards