The above foodcourt provides one of the cheapest food bargains in Singapore. Foodfare is run by the NTUC and its objective is to keep the prices of food affordable to people in Singapore. Besides, the place is super clean and the seats are more comfortable as compared to other more expensive outlets like Toast Box or Ya Kun Kaya.
A good example is the traditional breakfast kaya toast set which compries of a cup of coffee, 2 eggs and kaya toasts, all for the price of $1.40 if you are a NTUC member or $1.80 if you aren't. The Japanese Udon and Tempura stall (bottom picture) sells a bowl of udon from as low as $3. Mind you the food at this stall is cooked by native Japanese. As I survey the place further, I will talk more about this subject.
The place looks bare because it was still early in the morning. Foodfare opens at 8 am.