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Office Lunch - where do you eat

edited November 2016 in Working and Job hunting
Hi Guys,

Usually san kayo kumakain ng lunch? My pinoy food stall malapit sa office namin but medyo mahal ang price. Kanin and 2 ulam, almost 9 sgd and price.

I'm thinking na mg business n lng ng lunch food delivery next year na affordable ang price like 5 to 6 sgd. But i need to find out san lugar madaming Pinoy n nagwo work para dun muna ako mg start. Any advise guys?
Thank u.


  • Depende po yan kung saan lugar. Samin may nagdedeliver ng pinoy food. mga 4-5 sgd lang. Madami na rin mga pinoy foods ngayon dito at bumababa na rin mga presyo nila kasi sa competition.
  • @AhKuan yan din napansin ko, ang daming nag try rin na pinoy food sa mga malls yet karamihan nag sara. Some notable place na alam ko are Tampines, Lau Pa Sat, at Marina Square. ung sa Marina Square nagsara na ata. tingin ko ang buhay parati ung sa Lucky Plaza kasi dayuhin talaga ng mga pinoy pag dating sa kainan.
  • hindi mabenta sa lokal karamihan, given na may mga vegetarians, halal, hindu food standards and requirements na hindi nami-meet ng pinoy food. at sabi ng mga lokal at expats na kilala ko, extreme sweet, extreme salty, at very oily/fatty daw yung profile ng cuisines natin. although may ilang pinoy food na remarkable naman for some dayuhan ay hindi kasing appealing ng indian, thai, korean, japanese, and chinese cuisines sa panlasa ng mga dayuhan.
  • with regards sa title "where do you eat" - hanap ko mura hehehe. kasi sa bahay nakakapagluto kame ng lahat ng pinoyfood. except for dinuguan. hehe may oven sa bahay kaya d kame takam sa mga lechon, sisig, atbp. mas type ko sa mixed vegetable. roughly na sa $3.80 to $4 ang food ko every lunch. :)
  • i usually eat sa hawker sa mix veggie, 2 veggie and 1 meat and rice only 3 sgd. Tanjong Pagar Area, di ako natatakam sa pinoy food kasi naka pinoy meal kmi sa bahay. I saw pinoy stall sa hawker meal is around 6sgd tapos napakadaming mantika pa. hehehe
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