I feel the best way to explore Singapore is to eat, eat and eat as there are many options here to try your food from restaurants to a cafe to food courts and I bet you will find something new every day. Recently while searching for the food options I came across this website Eatbook.Sg, it is relatively new Singaporean food-only site that covers food news and reviews in a fun and engaging way. Eatbook covers everything from listicles of food trends to the latest news in the world of dining.
Written by trained chefs, Eatbook offers a different take on food reviews not present in the Singapore media landscape at the moment. Do you know that it was started by the same folks behind The Smart Local? Since it is written by chefs so we can totally rely on their reviews. I was searching for some new food options in CBD area which is always crowded especially during the lunch hours and finding a good option to eat out is difficult . So I thought to find a decent place before heading there and this search came very handy to me as I got to explore more options for the food.
CBD Hawker Places
Another thing which I am sure every parent like me look for is a place to dine out which is kids friendly too. Some peace while eating out along with kids and they enjoy playing. Do check out for this place on Eatbook which has got 11 Kid-friendly restaurants where you’ll have as much fun as your tots. I was glad to see that we have been to many of these restaurants listed here and rest others are still on my list.
My close family is here these days and they love to try out the local food whenever they visit any of the places or go for local sightseeing. I am trying my best to figure out the places which are affordable and yet can give the best of the food we can enjoy together as a family. I saw few of links on their website where you can relish the food under even $6.
Eatbook has organised their website very well and so convenient to find under the various heads-
- Best of Food Guides
- Area Guides
- Cafe Reviews
- Restaurant Reviews
- Singapore Chef Interviews
You can be assured that Eatbook.sg only write reviews and attend restaurants anonymously. As they are a brand new site, some of the content now comes from hosted media tastings invitations. They specifically declare this at the bottom of such reviews. In every review, they will strive to:
- Declare if the review was from a hosted media tasting or advertorial. In the absence of such a notice, the review is self-funded.
- To give honest reviews and ratings – we have given restaurants we were hosted at a 5/10.
- They will not slander or unfairly criticise any F&B outlet in Singapore. If there’s an issue, we will provide constructive feedback.
- They will not accept monetary compensation in exchange for writing untrue positive reviews that compromise our editorial integrity.
- To provide readers with the best possible information to the best of our ability.
Love that they are so open to the feedback and comments, if you have to say something about an article. Drop them an email at [email protected]