This top tendon chain from Japan utilises a special tempura-frying machine that can churn out over 1,000 pieces of perfectly crisp parcels in under an hour. With this efficient, reliable rate, properly prepped tendon bowls that can be produced in shorted durations, and at greater quantities. This allows Tenya to keep its price low – just $8.50 for its signature namesake bowl, which comes crowned with prawn, red fish, squid, pumpkin, and french beans. Looking to cut down on carbs (and more cost-savings)? Opt for the less rice option to shave $0.50 off the price of the bowl. $8.50
Dining out in Singapore can be expensive; we are, after all, one of the most expensive cities to live in. But it’s possible to dine on a dime if you know where to look. Away from the Michelin-starred restaurants and familiar hawker favourites, we’re letting you in on some cheap finds in our city – places that provide a comfortable, hearty meal for under $10 (before taking into account for taxes) in a comfortable place. Whether it is a comforting bowl of noodles you seek, or a stack of crispy and dough-y roti prata you crave, we've got all your food needs covered. Here's helping you spend less on lunch so you can splurge on the things that matter.
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