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CAI FAN FOR ONLY $2.20 @ BUKIT PANJANG CC, EVEN CHEAPER THAN SOME SEC SCHOOLS

In an era dominated by soaring prices and shrinkflation, where consumers often find themselves paying more for less, a surprising online post has caught the attention of netizens. A user shared an image of an economic rice meal priced at S$2.20, defying the prevailing trend. This article delves into the online buzz surrounding this budget-friendly meal and the reactions it garnered.

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The Counter-Trend Discovery

Amidst the continuous stream of news highlighting escalating prices and reduced product sizes, an online user decided to showcase a silver lining. The user posted a photo of an economic rice meal priced at a mere S$2.20, accompanied by a surprisingly generous portion of food. This discovery went against the prevailing narrative of rising costs and offered a glimpse of affordability in an otherwise challenging economic landscape.

The post quickly gained traction, with netizens expressing their shock and delight over the apparent value-for-money meal. In a time when consumers have grown accustomed to paying higher prices for meals that may not satisfy their hunger, the S$2.20 economic rice meal stood out as an anomaly, prompting discussions and conversations across various online platforms.

Netizens’ comments

  1. Where is this
    • Bukit Panjang CC
  2. ok but how is this actually possible? even if rent is low af, selling at that pricepoint barely helps the hawker break even(?) is there some govt scheme im unaware of?
  3. that’s the price of one chicken wing sold by the cai fan cafe opp my house
  4. cheaper than secondary school 😮
  5. Life hack: There are a lot of places that sell at this price points in the heartland areas, especially developed/matured neighbourhood.
  6. Wow. Here in NZ where I live now, that would be $20 easy. Those guys are doing a huge service to the community.
  7. Recently my caifan in the west side has been $4.80-$5.50 for 1 egg 1 meat (normal kind, no beef or expensive meat) and 1 veggie. $2.20 is a crazy good price
  8. Wah super good deal. Long queues incoming cheong ah!
  9. wah looks x10 better and more nutricious than the meal SAF cookhouse serve its poor nsf soldiers
  10. cheaper than my secondary school 16 years ago omg
  11. bros…… i’m thinking of buying 60 packets to last me one month (so i only need to go to the stall once a month)………but put in fridge, will spoil or not ah ?……….LOL

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