We’ve all done it – had a bit of a moan about not being able to find our favourite foods in Singapore. Well complain no more mamas! We’ve hunted around (and spent far too many hours “shopping” in the name of research) to bring you our comprehensive guide to buying groceries in Singapore. From fresh fruit and veggies, to cupboard staples, meat, dairy and everything in between, it’s time to stock those cupboards, mama! 카지노사이트
Your go-to supermarket for all your shopping needs; depending on which store you go to, some tend to have more variety than others. Our fave is their Great World City location – it’s huge and has a fantastic section of health conscious and allergy friendly products.
One of the largest grocery retailers in Singapore, it’s a good choice if you’re looking to stock up on your everyday staples at really good prices. With stores dotted around the island, the Killiney Road location is a Sassy Mama fave.
The more international version of good ol’ Fairprice, you’ll find a good selection of international brands at competitive prices. We love their Bukit Timah Plaza location as it has a good balance of local and international brands – just be warned mama that it’s often packed on weekends and its location means it can be tricky getting a taxi home. 안전한카지노사이트
The ultimate Singapore hypermarket, you can get everything you’ll ever need (plus much more!) under one roof. With wallet friendly prices and a massive selection, this is your budget super store – you can even pick up reasonably priced electrical goods, stationary and outdoor goods here.
This department store’s new Japanese inspired supermarket stocks a massive range of groceries and is a convenient choice for Orchard or Tanglin mamas who need to do a weekly shop.
A haven for home-sick mamas (or anyone who’s looking for high-end Western groceries), these guys have a huge variety to choose from – they even stock a good range of American brands too, although prices can be a tad painful on the hip pocket.
This Japanese supermarket sells a great selection of Japanese condiments, tofu and shirataki noodles (for the carb-concious) as well as all your other daily household needs. Its location in Liang Court makes it easy to swing past after a morning spent playing with the kiddos at Royce Kids Gym or The City.
With a large selection of fresh, frozen and pantry items at super competitive prices, this chain of supermarkets are lovingly tucked away within the many HDB blocks in Singapore. 카지노사이트 추천
For your fresh fruit and vegetables
For super fresh fruit, vegetables, meat and fish, heading to your local wet market is always a good idea – produce doesn’t come any fresher than this!
Tiong Bahru Market
According to many mamas-in-the know Tiong Bahru wet market has some of the freshest produce around (it even has a great selection of organic stalls) and is conveniently located just a five-minute walk from the MRT station. Check out our Sassy Mama review here!
Located in Little India, this 2-storey indoor wet market is one of the largest in Singapore and home to the last spice grinding shops in the area. You’ll find items here you won’t find in other wet markets. Read Sassy Mama Mel’s top tips for shopping this popular wet market here!