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Here’re five fast food restaurants that will satiate all your cravings.

MOS Burger

Named after the elements of the earth: Mountain, Ocean and Sun, MOS Burgers rolls out a scrumptious menu which includes the Hokkaido Croquette Burger (S$2.65), Kakiage Rice Burger (S$3.90), Natsumi Beef (S$3.35). Foodies are in for a treat, to celebrate their 25th anniversary in Singapore, MOS Burger has created unique offering which combines octopus, crunchy cabbage and tartar sauce to make the scrumptious Tako Katsu Burger (S$4.20) and Tako Katsu Rice Burger (S$4.70). To top it all off, MOS Burger is exclusive only to honestbee.

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Sushi Express

Listen up sushi lovers, we have good news for you: indulge in a wide range of fresh, delectable, value for money sushi from the comforts of your home. Tuck into classics such as Grilled-Salmon-Belly, Hoso Maki, Tuna Nigiri or go slighly more adverturous with Shrimp-with-Sea-Urchin, Abalone Salad, Honey Shrimp and Fried Tofu Pounch with Mixed Nuts. Or throw your friends a surprise sushi party and order in the Party Platter (S$25) by Sushi Express featuring a selection of their most popular sushi picks.

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A-One Claypot House

A popular spot with families, A-One Claypot House has mastered the art and science of cooking ingredients – retaining nutrients and bringing out flavours for a mouth-watering meal. Just shy of celebrating their 10th anniversary, A-One Claypot House has been dishing out bowls of wholesome porridges, such as the Century Egg & Meat Ball Claypot Porridge. For the bak kut teh lovers, go for their classic Claypot Bak Kut The, brimming with pork ribs and garlic cloves.


Subway is the go-to place for those looking for a hearty and healthy alternative. Go for the Cold Cut Trio, sliced turkey bologna, turkey ham and turkey salami or the Veggie Patty which includes egg, soy, carrots, corn and red peppers. If you are feeling a little ravenous, opt for the Steak and Cheese which features mouth-watering slices of lean and tender steak with sautéed onions and green peppers topped with melted cheese

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So Pho

The menu at So Pho spells freshness all the way. A meal of Fresh Noodle with Grilled Lemongrass Chicken and Fried Spring Rolls (S$10.80), Summer Rolls with Grilled Beef & Grilled Chicken (S$4.50) and Mango & Papaya Salad with Crispy White Bait (S$8.80) will leave you feeling good for the rest of the day.  And if you would like to order lunch at work or dinner at home, So Pho has a selection of Bento Sets on the menu too. Glass Noodle With Chicken (S$ 12.80) which comprises of stir fried Glass Noodles, Fried Spring Rolls and Prawn Cake with Sugar Cane completes the meal.