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Makansutra Gluttons Bay at Singapore

First foodtrip stop was at...

It was my first time in Singapore and I was told that I shouldn't miss having dinner at this place. I was really excited to try the food.

The Fooooooooooood!

Satay, something omelette (crab ata), spicy greens

The meat was tasty, I love the peanut sauce, I'm soooo happy I'm not allergic to peanuts. LOL! The omelette sauce and the veggies were all spicy. :)

Yang Chow Fried Rice

Spicy Baby Squid

This was one of my favorite dish in SG. :)

And of course, the must try daw...

It tasted like fish to me. :)

Food price : Affordable, I think a dish is just around $4-10SGD
Location : You exit from City Hall station and walk all the way to Esplanade Mall ->

Makansutra Gluttons Bay Pte. Ltd.
8 Raffles Avenue
#01-15 Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802
6336 7025

I'm out.


kg said…
how was the food? yung satay ba nila ok? i've tasted satay from brunei and bangkok and am still looking for the "best." :)

where's this located? how about the price, reasonable ba? :)
Rico said…
Nice! Nakakagutom Cza. Hanapin namin ito. And ok yung price ha.
carladoo said…
I tried Makansutra here pero nothing great =( masarap nga daw ung original. I shall try this when I get to SG! =)
ALiNe said…
Better than the one in Manila ocean park for sure :)

kg said…
asa dulo na pala info! he! he! sorry! naescite ako sa pics mo! :)
Calvin said…
buti pa dito mukhang sulit yung servings. yung dito sa ocean park di masyadong ok eh.
Anonymous said…
my salivary glands became active again after dinner by mere looking at your photos! nice! =)
the donG said…
i didnt had the chance to go there. sting ray?!
Kayni said…
wow, nakakagutom. i wish i was there.
princess_dyanie said…
we weren't able to try this when we were there. panu inuna namin yung ibang food haha :P
Photo Cache said…
I love everything you ordered. And sarap. How much was the feast?
Sidney said… much food! It looks delicious!
Food defines the real Singaporean. Even their greetings to each other start with "have you eaten?"
Chyng said…
Amazing, the stingray tasted like fish! *winks*
MrsLavendula said…
everything looks delicious...we must try this when we get back in Singapore!
Master Bacarra said…
I guess I'll have to try stingray when it's not me who's cooking. Nag-uwi dad ko dati ng stingray, didn't like the smell hahaha. grabe ang lansa

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