From Hawker centers to high end dining restaurants, Singapore is one of the best destinations to indulge in food choices. Living in Singapore, sometimes it is confusing to decide where to eat and what to eat. As a foreigner living in Singapore for many years, sometimes it is difficult to find new food suggestions which are suitable with our food choices. This is where I always want to follow a Singapore local food guide.
With such a Singapore food guide, it is always easy to find places to dine in and things to eat which are recommended by Singapore locals. When they describe the taste, appearance and where to eat the same food, it gives some clue on what to eat or where to visit during the weekend. This is why I always like to check EatBook.sg for food reviews and recommendations.
EatBook.sg is an online portal where readers can find real food reviews from the team members. Other than the reviews and recommendations, you can easily find other important details of any food outlet such as opening hours and the location. This is why I want to share my review and experience with EatBook.sg in this post.
Features of EatBook.sg
If you like to know the special features of this website and what makes it unique from other Singapore food guides, then here are some details.
- EatBook is a clean and easy to navigate website
Even before reading any food review, I attracted to its clean and attractive design. When you visit EatBook.sg you will not lost thinking which is to click and which one is not to click. This site is really clean and neat with appearance where there are no pop-up ads and many clutter posts. It is straight .You can easily select the post that you like to read.
- Real food reviews with mouthwatering food photography
This site shares their own food photography. Therefore you will see reviews and recommendations with real photos from the restaurant, café or hawker center which they talk about. You will see actual food pictures and I am glad that those are not heavily edited.
- Interesting articles
Well, if you love food, then you will love to read about food. It is not always about food and its taste. Food is all about good things from ingredients to chefs who cooked such delicious food. This is why I enjoy reading categories such as ‘Tiger Street Food’ and ‘Hawker Interviews’. These articles are really interesting and I could learn more about Singapore food culture than just tasting Singapore food.
Above are some of the reasons why I always visit EatBook for Singapore food guides. Check www.EatBook.sg for more details of this local Singapore food guide.