In a Singapore shopping mall or within a 1km radius to anywhere, there is bound to be a hawker centre, restaurant or cafe. This makes it nearly impossible to find out which food is good to eat or not. Sure, you may look at Burpple or TripAdvisor, but it usually gives you the one that are already famous.  So what if you want to travel the road-less-travelled for food when you’re visiting Singapore? How if you don’t want to eat Tian Tian Chicken Rice or Katong Laksa? Well, this is where Eatbook.sg comes in handy.

The nifty food site is neat and visually appealing, and gives great reviews on the food scene in Singapore. They also list out what dishes to order and its pricing, making it easy to know if the place fits your budget. I hate it when I read reviews, and there are no price, as I …