ISSUE 4 – The Food Issue

ISSUE 4 – The Food Issue

With our hectic schedules packed with academic and extracurricular commitments of all sorts, it is no surprise that every RI student looks forward to the break and dismissal times in hope of refilling themselves with a hearty meal or grabbing a quick bite before hustling on with their busy lives. 

Year 1s in particular, being new to the school, are often excited yet confused about the wide selection of dining options in RI. Primary schools have canteens, but what is this “Chill”? “Professor Brawn Cafe?” It is safe to say that our school’s food choices can cater to various needs and wants, be it a filling meal, a small snack or something finer than what we are used to. 

So let us introduce the dining options available in RI to help you better decide which to patronise and when. Our writers, with the help of several interviewees, briefly describe the food offered at each site and give their honest take on each option. 

Chang vs Nang

Most Rafflesians have patronized both drink stalls in the canteen. but have never really thought about which is better.
If you have always wondered about this, you have come to the right place.

Chillin’ At Chill

Everyone knows about Chill, or at least they used to. During this Covid era, the convenience store has long faded into the background. But will it make a comeback? It remains to be seen. What […]

The Food Fight

There are many, many food stalls in the RI canteen but are they all worth spending your lunch money on?

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