14 affordable oysters places in Singapore from S$1 per piece for fancy nights out that won’t break the bank

by Christabel Tan and Evan Mua

Oysters are luxurious, fleshy, and chock full of briney goodness, but good and affordable options are usually hard to find.

But, hey don’t worry. We gotchu fam — you can stuff yourself on some juicy oysters even if you’re not a Crazy Rich Asian. We’ve compiled a list of 14 places with affordable oysters, including happy hour promos, so you don’t have to break the bank.

Ginett (S$2 for two every Thursday)

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Ginett at Hotel G has a Buy-1-for-1 promo with freshly shucked Fine de Claire oysters at just S$2, which works out to S$1 per piece, on Thursday nights. A swanky French gastrobar like this is certainly not the usual kind of place you’d expect oysters this affordable.

These fresh, juicy, and perfectly balanced oysters are imported directly from the French Atlantic Coast— they’re worth every single penny. That’s why you need to get down there early before stocks run out.

Make your reservations here.

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πŸ“ 200 Middle Rd, Singapore 188980
πŸ•› 6pm onwards (every Thu)

Bar on Chulia (S$2 every Thursday)

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Bar on Chulia is an alfresco bar situated right in the heart of the CBD, making it a perfect spot to unwind after a hectic day. It’s a great place to down some oysters while catching the night breeze with some drinks in hand.

And it is extremely affordable too, with oysters at S$2 a pop (with a minimum order of a drink).

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πŸ“ 67 Chulia St, Singapore 049515
πŸ•› 6pm onwards (every Thu), while stocks last

Angie’s Oyster Bar & Grill (S$1.50)

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Seafood specialist Angie’s Oyster Bar & Grill is the ideal date spot to hit up if you’re hankering for seafood. It’s tucked away in an idyllic warehouse, with an alfresco area that oozes plenty of chill vibes.

What makes it even better is the unbelievable happy hour price of S$1.50 for their seasonal fresh oysters. Like all good things, these gems are limited, so go down early before the stock runs out.

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πŸ“ 313 Outram Road, #02-01 Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169073
πŸ•› 5pm–6.30pm (Mon to Thu)

The Other Roof (S$3++)

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The Other Roof is a fusion rooftop bar that is best known for its unique tapas and tea-infused cocktails. Quirky concoctions aside, it’s a place where diners can slurp down plump oysters while enjoying views of the Chinatown district.

Oyster prices start from S$20 for 6pcs, which boils down to about S$3.30 per oyster.

Make your reservations here.

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πŸ“ 28 Ann Siang Rd, Rooftop Bar, Singapore 069708
πŸ•› 5pm–12am (Tue to Thu), 4pm–12am (Fri to Sun), Closed on Mon

Greenwood Fish Market (S$2.5o)

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Greenwood Fish Market is one of the go-to destinations for fresh seafood in Singapore. In particular, they are known for curating an extensive range of oysters from Ireland, France, and more.

Oyster lovers shouldn’t miss out on Oyster Tuesdays — it’s a trifling S$2.50++/pc for a chef’s selection of freshly shucked House Oysters. The best part? You can get unlimited orders with every main course ordered per person.

Do note that Oyster Tuesdays will be put on hold until after the restaurant’s 10th World Oyster Festival, which runs till 31 August 2022.

Make your reservations here.

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πŸ“ 34/38 Greenwood Ave, Singapore 289236
πŸ•› 12pm–10.30pm (Daily)

Oyster Co. (S$1.99)

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Oyster Co. is a unique spot, offering some of the cheapest oysters in Singapore all day, every day, at just S$1.99/pc. Top them with interesting sauces like Cilantro Lime and Hainanese Chilli at an additional charge of S$1.

Alternatively, take it up a notch with the Premium Selection at S$4.99/pc and enjoy freshly shucked oysters that boast a silky light texture.

Make your reservations at their main Magazine Road outlet here.

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πŸ“ Multiple outlets

Tanuki Raw (S$2)

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It’s not hard to see why Tanuki Raw is so popular with young people. Their wallet-friendly rice bowls, coupled with affordable oysters during happy hour, make it a perfect place for dates, gatherings, and anything in between.

You can get S$2 freshly shucked oysters here from 5pm–8pm, which sounds amazing paired with their signature Chirashi Don. You can get up to six with each drink order.

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πŸ“ Multiple outlets

Supply & Demand (S$2.50++)

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Supply & Demand is another popular cafΓ© in town offering Asian Italian fusion fare. Aside from the spread of pizzas, pasta, and donburi bowls, they also supply S$2.50++ freshly shucked Pacific Oysters. You just need to order a drink and you’re entitled to six.

Do note that at the time of writing, oysters are not available due to shipment delays — you can contact the restaurant via Whatsapp for queries.

Make your reservations here.

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πŸ“ 277 Orchard Rd, #02-13/14 Orchardgateway, Singapore 238858
πŸ•› 12pm–9pm (Daily)

Beurre (S$3)

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Although Beurre may be more popular for its modern French-Asian cuisine, some may be surprised to learn that they also offer S$3 oysters. They are only available during happy hour from 5pm–7pm, so head down early to avoid disappointment.

With the extensive wine list and free-flow drink promotions, you’re guaranteed to enjoy the best of both worlds.

Make your reservations here.

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πŸ“ 23 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089837
πŸ•› 5pm–7pm (Mon to Sat), Closed on Sun

The Oyster Bank (S$2)

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Fans of popular watering hole Hopheads would feel right at home at this oyster bar, The Oyster Bank, that’s opened by the same group.

The bar also features an extensive drink menu that includes some signature Kiki’s Reserves cocktails. Each alcoholic drink purchase entitles customers to a half dozen of S$2 Naked Oysters, with a maximum of three dozen.

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πŸ“ 107 North Bridge Road #02-32 Funan Mall, Singapore 179105
πŸ•› 5pm–8pm (Mon to Fri), 3pm–6pm (Sat & Sun)

πŸ“ 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-111, Great World, Singapore 237994
πŸ•› 5pm–8pm (Mon to Fri), 3pm–6pm (Sat & Sun)

πŸ“ 39 Tanjong Pagar Road #01-02, Singapore 088462
πŸ•› 5pm–8pm (Mon to Fri), 3pm–6pm (Sat & Sun)

Tipsy Penguin (S$3)

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Huddle up at Tipsy Penguin over live music, tasty fusion dishes, and refreshing drinks. The popular Tampines sports bar dishes out thicc and fleshy oysters that’ll have you moving and grooving all night long.

Although most go for the Hyogo, Japanese Oysters (S$24 for 6pcs), the more affordable Canadian (S$3) and New Zealand (S$3) counterparts are equally delectable.

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πŸ“ 300 Tampines Ave 5, #01-02A, Singapore 529653
πŸ•› 5pm–1am (Daily)

Humpback (S$3++)

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Humpback is one of the most popular spots in Singapore for oysters. Not just because of the absurdly affordable price tag, but also due to the quality of their seasonal oysters, which rotate on a regular basis.

S$3++ during happy hour is a steal, given that you’re getting live oysters sourced from specialist farms in Washington. Pair ’em with the restaurant’s creative small plates and spirit-based tipples, and you’re for a fabulous evening.

Make your reservations here.

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πŸ“ 18-20 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089834
πŸ•› 5pm–11pm (Mon), 5pm–6.30pm (Wed to Fri), 12pm–6.30pm (Sat & Sun)

Southbridge (S$23 for half dozen)

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If you wanna ball but lowkey don’t want to burn a hole in your pocket, Southbridge is your answer. Not many bars in Singapore can compare with the sweeping rooftop views this chic rooftop gin bar provides.

Why not combine those breathtaking views with breathtaking happy hour deals of S$23 for half a dozen oysters? These ain’t your regular oysters either, as they come dressed with yuzu & ponzu (Umami), bulldog sauce (Nikkei), and more — this is where you want to bring a date.

Make your reservations here.

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πŸ“ 80 Boat Quay, Level 5, Rooftop 049868
πŸ•› 5pm–8pm (Mon to Thu), 5pm–12am (Sun), excluding PH & eve of PH

An La Ghien (S$1.90)

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An La Ghien may not be your go-to for oysters, but the authentic Vietnamese BBQ and hotpot joint has an underrated Oysters Happy Hour from 9am to 7pm daily.

Get your fix of plump Japanese oysters at a very affordable price of S$1.90 per piece, alongside some of the most unique Vietnamese dishes (think stir-fried snails and pickled fish hotpot) you can find in Singapore.

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πŸ“ 45 Lor 27 Geylang, Singapore 388177
πŸ•’ 9am–7pm (Mon to Sun)

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