Which singapore Food guide to use ?


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Trying to upload a fav food guide onto my blackberry I
Googled and found so many Sg food guides...... Which one do u recommend I add as bookmark ?

Thanks
 

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Trying to upload a fav food guide onto my blackberry I
Googled and found so many Sg food guides...... Which one do u recommend I add as bookmark ?

Thanks
I like ieatishootipost, nvr really went wrong with the recommendations
 

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I like ieatishootipost, nvr really went wrong with the recommendations
It's a good blog but the doctor said on TV in a web interview during Blog programme that he does not pay for the food. So maybe not very neutral. It is not a good feeling that we readers have. He said something to the effect that the 2 hours he spent writing the article is worth more than the $50 free food. But maybe he missed the point.

There are worse blogs, like the one written by a little senseless brat....that got into the news.

Makansutra's Seetoh has confirmed that he pays for the food he reviews.
So has Straits Times' Wong Ah Yoke (food critic).
 

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It's a good blog but the doctor said on TV in a web interview during Blog programme that he does not pay for the food. So maybe not very neutral. It is not a good feeling that we readers have. He said something to the effect that the 2 hours he spent writing the article is worth more than the $50 free food. But maybe he missed the point.

There are worse blogs, like the one written by a little senseless brat....that got into the news.

Makansutra's Seetoh has confirmed that he pays for the food he reviews.
So has Straits Times' Wong Ah Yoke (food critic).
Its true that makansutra is good but he's rather strict on giving out points, some of the food he rates as 1 or 2 points are actually pretty good and deserve a bit more points, so people might feel reluctant to go try it out for themselves, thus missing out good food:bsmilie:
 

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It's a good blog but the doctor said on TV in a web interview during Blog programme that he does not pay for the food. So maybe not very neutral. It is not a good feeling that we readers have. He said something to the effect that the 2 hours he spent writing the article is worth more than the $50 free food. But maybe he missed the point.

There are worse blogs, like the one written by a little senseless brat....that got into the news.

Makansutra's Seetoh has confirmed that he pays for the food he reviews.
So has Straits Times' Wong Ah Yoke (food critic).
I don't think he does not pay for the food - he does not pay for all the food.. some bloggers are invited, at times, to food tasting sessions, in order to boost sales - and the bloggers would always state that in the blog saying that it was sponsored by the place.
 

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