Crave Restaurant Menu Prices Singapore 2024

Hello Crave  lovers, are you looking for the latest Crave  Menu? You have arrived at the right place then. We have uploaded their complete menu with pictures & updated prices. Below you will find the latest Lists of  Crave  Menu 2024 Singapore with prices.

Crave Restaurant Menu Singapore Eat Zeely

Crave Restaurant Menu Singapore With Prices


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2 Pax Buddy Meals

4-5 Pax Family Meals

Nasi Lemak Delights


I recently had the pleasure of exploring the Crave Menu on their Singapore website, and I must say that their selection of add-ons and sides is impressive. The option to add Sambal Chilli for just S$ 0.30 is a fantastic choice to elevate the flavors of any dish. The Sambal Long Beans and Bergedil, both priced at S$ 1.70, stood out with their authentic flavors and delightful textures. For a satisfying protein fix, the Chicken Strip, Fish Fillet, and Selar Fish, priced at S$ 2.20, S$ 2.30, and S$ 2.80 respectively, are excellent choices. Additionally, the Chicken Wing, Chicken Cutlet, both priced at S$ 2.80, are perfect options for those craving delicious and crispy bites.


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Who is the owner of crave?

Dr Abdul Malik Hassan is the owner of crave.

How many crave outlets are there in Singapore?

Crave Singapore has more than 35 Locations.

Do Singaporeans eat nasi lemak?

Nasi Lemak is a popular dish in Malaysia and Singapore. People often enjoy it for breakfast, and it is commonly found at food centers and roadside stalls in both countries.

Who is the founder of crave?

Crave’s founder, Abdul Malik Hassan, believes that food is not just about making money.

What is Singapore national dish?

Hainanese Chicken Rice is a popular dish in Singapore, based on the Hainanese dish called Wenchang Chicken. It is considered Singapore’s national dish. Hainanese Curry Rice is another dish consisting of steamed white rice topped with various curries and braised gravy.

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