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Nyonya-Food Peranakan

Peranakan Food

Peranakan or Nyonya cuisine is standing its ground amidst the mushrooming of many other types of restaurants all over Singapore. This unique cuisine comes from the Peranakans, descendants of early Chinese migrants who settled in Penang, Malacca, Singapore, and Indonesia inter-marrying with local Malays and combines Chinese, Malay and other influences.

Nonya cooking is the result of blending Chinese ingredients with various distinct spices and cooking techniques used by the Malay/Indonesian community. This gives rise to Peranakan interpretations of Malay/Indonesian food that is similarly tangy, aromatic, spicy and herbal.

Key ingredients include coconut milk, galangal (a subtle, mustard-scented rhizome similar to ginger), candlenuts as both a flavoring and thickening agent, laksa leaf, pandan leaves (Pandanus amaryllifolius), belachan, tamarind juice, lemongrass, torch ginger bud, jicama, fragrant kaffir lime leaf, rice or egg noodles and cincaluk – a powerfully flavored, sour and salty shrimp-based condiment that is typically mixed with lime juice, chillies and shallots and eaten with rice, fried fish and other side dishes.

New Peranakan restaurants have opened in recent years and Singapore can even boast of the first Peranakan restaurant in the world to be awarded a Michelin Star.

Peranakan Cuisine

Tok Panjang Peranakan Cafe
392 East Coast Road
Singapore 428992

Tel: +65 9663-3392

Opening Hours:
9 am to 9 pm Tuesday to Sunday
closed on Monday

1000 East Coast Parkway,
#01-02 Marina Cove,
Singapore 449876

Tel:  +65 6636 3681

Opening Hours:
Sun-Thu : 10.30am – 10pm
Fri & Sat : 10.30am – 11pm

Block 17A Dempsey Road,
Singapore 249676

Tel: 1800-304-2288 (Local calls only)

Opening Hours:
Lunch, Mon – Sun 12:00pm – 2:30pm
Dinner, Sun – Thu 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Fri, Sat, Eve of Public Holidays And
Public Holidays 6:00pm – 10:30pm

Chong Wen Ge Cafe
168 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068619

Tel: +65 9168 3208

Opening Hours: 10 am – 6 pm

Nearby MRT Stations: Telok Ayer, Tanjong Pagar

The Peranakan

442 Orchard Road
Claymore Connect
Singapore (238879)

Tel: +65 6262 4428

Opening Hours : 11:00 – 22:00

Nearby MRT Station : Orchard

Ivin’s Peranakan Restaurant
19 Binjai Park
Singapore 589827

Tel : 6468 3060

(Closed on Thursdays)

True Blue Cuisine
47/49 Armenian Street
Singapore. 179937

Tel: +65 6440 0449

Opening Hours
11:30 – 14:30; 18:00 – 21:30

PeraMakan Restaurant

Level 3, Keppel Club
10 Bukit Chermin Road
Singapore 109918
(5 minutes drive from Vivo City/HarbourFront)

Nearest MRT: Telok Blangah

Tel: 65 63772829 / 62701618

Lunch: 11:30 am to 3:00 pm
(last order: 2:00 pm)
Dinner: 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm
(last order: 9:00 pm)

Guan Hoe Soon Restaurant
38/40 Joo Chiat Place
Singapore 427762

Tel: +65 6344 2761

Opening Hours: 11am–3pm, 6pm–9:30pm

5 Little Monkey Cafe

20 Kallang Avenue, #11-00 Pico Creative Centre
339411 Singapore

Tel: +65 8533 9168

Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 9:30 am – 7:00 pm
Closed on Sat & Sun.

Nearby MRT Stations: Lavender

Baba Chews 

86 East Coast Road
Katong Square
Singapore (428788)

Sun-Thu: 6:30am-11pm
Fri-Sat: 6:30am-12am

Chilli Padi Nonya Restaurant

11 Joo Chiat Place #01-03
Singapore 427744

Tel: +65 6275 1002

Sambal Stingray Singapore best food

Sambal Stingray

The stingray is cut into steak sizes pieces, marinated in a sambal sauce made from chilies, shallots, cane sugar, some tamarind, and calamansi juice. They then wrapped the stingray in a banana leaf and grilled over.  It is grilled and kind of baked in the sambal and its own juices all at the same time.

It’s truly something you have to eat in Singapore, with the unique cooking process, you can taste the essence of the banana leaf embedded in the stingray from the grilling.

Star Yong Kwang BBQ Seafood

Address: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1
#01-04 Alexandra Village Food Centre Singapore 150120
Open: everyday 04:30pm – 10:30pm
How to get there: There are many bus stops along that road

Teochew Porridge Singapore best food

Teochew Porridge

This set of dishes is another excellent meal and top recommendation in Singapore.  Along with a bowl of porridge, if you come with a group of friend you can order many dishes.

Some popular dishes include steamed fish, eggplant, braised peanuts, chicken, steam tofu, preserved vegetables, minced pork, Chinese spinach and some fried long beans mixed with dried shrimps.

Soon Soon Teochew Porridge

Address: 13 Simon Rd
Open hours: 8 am – 9 pm (closed on Tuesday)
Prices: Each side dish is about $4, totally depends on how much food you order
How to get there:  5-minute walk from Kovan MRT station

briyani rice Singapore best food

Briyani Rice

Long-grain bastami rice is used, and while the flavor of ghee is resent, it’s not overwhelming. There is fried onion, raisin and coriander leaves in the rice added more flavor and texture, and the addition of preserved lemon achar results in an overall intense, smoky mouthful.

Have a taste of the thick and earthy masala gravy in this dish. Taste the rice and you’ll notice that the chef added a scattering of aromatic spices and herbs like garlic, ginger, onions, coriander, and mint.

Briyani Express

Address: Geylang Serai Market and Food Center #02-119 No., 1 Geylang Serai 402001
Open hours: 10:30 am – 10:30 pm daily
Prices: $6/plate – Each dish can easily feed two people.
How to get there: 15-minute walk from Paya Lebar MRT station.

Fish Head Curry Singapore best food

Fish Head Curry

Just like many other Singaporean dishes, fish head curry is the result of a combination of cultures.   There are two main different types of fish head curry, the south Indian style, and the Chinese style.  The best Curry Fish Head should have a little sourness taste, an unforgettable taste of curry leaves, and the curry sauce come with packed flavor.

The red snapper fish head is first steamed and then cooked in a mildly spiced assam or tamarind based curry sauce together with tomatoes, brinjal, lady- fingers, sliced onions and fresh chillies. The fish is cooked perfectly, firm and moist with a delectable sweetness of the flesh.

Banana Leaf Restaurant

Address: 54 Race Course Rd, Singapore 218564
Open hours: 10:30 am – 10:30 pm daily
Prices: Full menu range of prices – around $50-$60 for 2 persons.
How to get there: 5-minute walk from Little India MRT station.

Chili Crab Singapore Best Food

Chilli Crab

Chilli crab is one of the most special family dishes in Singapore, and it’s among the most famous things to eat in the city when you’re visiting Singapore as well. – This is one of the national dishes of Singapore!

Crabs, which are often black mud crabs, are cooked in a thick goopy sauce that’s sweet, sour and salty. Many versions of Singapore chili crab include egg in the sauce to make it thick and richer, plus some blended chilies and tomatoes for flavor and eye-catching color. Despite the dish being called chili crab, it’s actually not spicy, but the chilies give more of a fragrance to this dish.

In addition to chili crab, black pepper crab is another crab favorite in Singapore. The pepper is strong, but not strong enough to be too spicy, just offering a slight kick that complements the sweet meat of the crab.

Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

Address: #01-04 East Coast Seafood Centre Singapore
Open hours: 2:30 pm – 12:15 am on Monday to Thursday, 1:30 pm – 12:15 am on Friday, 11:30 am – 1:15 am on Saturday and Sunday
Prices: $100 SGD per person if you go less than 4 persons
How to get there: East Coast area is not convenient if you take public transport.  Get Uber or Grab taxi would be a good choice.

Nasi Lemak Singapore food

Nasi Lemak

Nasi lemak is one of the most well known Malay dishes – Nasi Lemak is also a national dish that many people in Singapore would gladly eat for breakfast, lunch, dinner or supper.  The key most important part of any plate of nasi lemak is the rice, which is not just plain steamed rice, but it’s fragrant rice cooked with coconut milk to give it a rich nutty flavor and a light and fluffy texture, added some salt, and pandan leaves to give it a wonderful fragrance.

In addition to the rice, chili sauce (sambal chili) and fried anchovies (ikan bilis).

Selera Rasa Nasi Lemak

Address: 2 Adam Rd, #01-02, Adam Road Food Centre, Singapore
Open hours: 7 am – 5 pm (closed on Friday)
Prices: $5.50
How to get there: Take the MRT to Botanic Gardens, Adam Road Food Centre is just a 5 mi5-minute walk

Satay Singapore best food


This dish is common to find at hawker food centers throughout Singapore.  It’s originally from Indonesia with influence from India and the Middle East, satay (or sate) is very popular throughout Southeast Asia.  Satay is served with a sweet and mildly spicy peanut sauce, along with cucumbers and onions, and sometimes rice cakes.

It can be made by any type of meat, most typically used in Singapore hawker stores are chicken, beef, or mutton.  The meat is marinated in a mixture of spices and lemongrass, skewered, then grilled over charcoal, served with sweet peanut sauce and some fresh cucumber and shallot.

Alhambra Satay

Address: Blk 1 Geylang Serai #02-145, Geylang Serai Food Centre, Singapore
Open hours: 9:30 am – 5 pm on Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday)
Prices:  $3.50 – $5.00 SGD / skewer
How to get there: 10-minute walk from Paya Lebar MRT station

Yong Tau Foo Singapore food

Yong Tau Foo

There are many different kinds of Yong Tau Foo, many vendors have their own mix and style.  As the name suggests, yong tau foo includes a mixed variety of different stuffed pieces of tofu, which are often paired with minced pork or fish cake paste, and served in a light broth soup. It’s a food that’s very soothing and comforting.

Yong Xiang Xing Tou Foo is one of the most legendary yong tau foo hawker stalls of Singapore. The yong tau foo here came with a number of different tofu pieces and fish balls, all of which tasted very fresh and handmade. The soup was mild and soothing, seasoned with just a sprinkle of pepper, and a handful of green onions.

Yong Xiang Xing Tou Foo

Address: 32 New Market Rd, 01-1084 People’s Park Food Centre
Open hours:  1 pm – 5 pm  (closed on Monday, open the rest days of the week)
Prices: $4 / bowl or more if you get more items
How to get there: Chinatown MRT – the stall is located right in the middle of People’s Park Food Centre

Roast Duck Roast Pork Singapore

Roast Duck/ Roast Pork

There are different types of roast meat, typically including pork, pork belly, duck, and chicken, widely available in Singapore at Cantonese style food store.  The meat is marinated in a variety of different seasonings and roasted until the skin is golden and slightly charred for ultimate tender and juiciness, there is also smoke roast duck version which is very tasty that you must try.

You can either order a single plate of rice topped with roast pork or roast duck, or you can go with a bigger plate and order separate meat and rice to go with it.

Boon Tong Kee Kway Chap Braised Duck Roasted

Address: 70 Zion Rd, Singapore 247792
Hours: Open 11AM–10PM
How to get there: There are many buses to get to the shop, it’s very near to Great World City Shopping Center

Carrot Cake Singapore food

Carrot Cake

This is a standard Singapore dish that you’ll find at just about every hawker food center throughout the city, it is also called Chai Tow Kway. It’s a snack type of dish that also popular throughout Southeast Asia.  Carrot cake in Singapore doesn’t actually contain any carrots at all, but it got its name because it’s made with daikon radish, which is a Chinese dialect can refer to both daikon radish and carrots.

Carrot Cake is made with rice flour and shreds of daikon that is formed into rice cakes, fried in lots of pork lard, and eggs.

Song Zhou Luo Bo Gao

Address: #01-18, Bedok Interchange Food Centre, 207 New Upper Changi Road
Open hours: 6:30 am – 8 pm (Monday to Saturday)
Prices: $3 SGD / plate
How to get there:  Bedok MR station, the food center is just right next to the station

Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh

The pork ribs are boiled in water along with white pepper, lots of garlic, and salt until the pork becomes tender and all the flavor of the pepper and garlic is mingled into the pork bones to create a comfortingly flavorful soup.

Bak kut teh is eaten with a bowl of rice, and often some other Chinese side dishes like preserved mustard greens or braised tofu.  Remember to order hot Chinese tea for your drink.

There are quite a few bak kut teh restaurants in Singapore.

Yahua Rou Gu Cha

Address: 7 Keppel Rd, PSA Tanjong Pagar Complex, 089053
Open hours: 7 am – 4 am from Tuesday – Sunday (closed on Monday)
Prices: Ribs Bak Kut Teh soup cost $7 SGD per bowl
How to get there: It’s located along the coast highway, either take a taxi or take MRT to Tanjong Pagar and 10 minutes walk.

Oyster Omelette

Oyster Omelette

It’s a mixture of batter made with potato starch is fried in lard on a hot skillet, then combined with eggs, which sizzle into crispy goodness. The mixture is then combined with bean sprouts and topped with fresh oyster, served mostly raw.  The omelette was fried crispy, yet still gooey from the starch and the oysters were plump and fresh.

Ah Chuan Fried Oyster Omelette

Address: Toa Payoh Lor 7 Food Centre Stall #01-25, Singapore
Open hours: 3 pm – 8 pm (closed on Tuesday)
Prices: ranging from $4 to $8
How to get there: by taxi or bus, use Google map to get direction guide

Fish Bee Hoon White Noodles

Fish Bee Hoon White Noodles

Bee hoon is a type of rice noodle,The broth is made with fish and fish bones, an assortment of vegetables like spinach, and although there are some restaurants in Singapore that serve a clear version of fish soup bee hoon, most of the time milk is added to thicken the soup and make it more hearty and flavorsome.

The fish bee hoon here was pure, simple, fresh, and extremely good. The broth had a nutty, maybe sesame oil fragrance.  The soup was poured over a bowl of noodles, topped with crispy fried shallots and served.

Jing Hua Sliced Fish Bee Hoon

Address: Stall #77 at Maxwell Food Centre, 1 Kadayanallur St
Open hours: 11 am – 8:30 pm (closed on Thursday)
Prices: $5
How to get there:  short walk from Chinatown MRT station

Char Kway Teow Singapore noodles

Char Kway Teow

One of the ultimate local favorites stir fry noodles is Char Kway Teow.  It’s the combination of flat wide rice noodles, stir fried with egg, a sauce of dark soy sauce, shrimp paste, a bit of chili, and often some Chinese sausage and blood cockles.

The noodles were sticky and quite moist, and gooey, yet not stuck together, while the bean sprouts were crisp and juicy. The noodles had a slight shrimp paste flavor mixed with dark soy sauce, and were a little on the sweet side (which is typical for char kway teow), while being salty at the same time.

Hill Street Char Kway Teow

Address: Bedok South Market and Food Centre #01-41,16 Bedok South Rd
Open hours: 10:30 am – 5:30 pm on Tuesday – Sunday (closed on Monday)
Prices: $4 / plate
How to get there:  about a 10 minute walk from Bedok MRT station

Chicken Rice Hainan

Chicken Rice

This delectable dish can be found at almost every dining spot, from humble hawker centres to high-end restaurants.

The cooking method hails back to its Hainanese roots. The chicken is steeped in boiling water or blanched till it is fully cooked, before soaking it in cold water to ensure the meat remains tender. In a local twist, the chicken can also be roasted or braised in soya sauce for a different taste.

Everyone in Singapore has their own favorite version or favorite restaurant or hawker stall that serves it, each varying by the way the chicken tastes, the texture, the taste or oiliness of the rice, and then most definitely the different styles of sauces – some more spicy, others more gingery or salty.

Tian Tian Chicken Rice

Address: Maxwell Food Centre, 1 Kadayanallur St
Open hours: 11 am – 8 pm (closed on Monday)
Prices:  ½ chicken for S$12; S$4/plate
How to get there:  short walk from MRT Chinatown


Hup Hong Chicken Rice

Address: Yuhua Village Market & Food Centre, 254 Jurong East Street 24
Open hours: Morning
Prices: $3 / plate of chicken rice with extra gizzard
How to get there: about a 10 minute walk from Chinese Garden MRT station

Hokkien Mee Singapore noodles hawker food

Hokkien Mee

It’s a dish that has roots in China’s Fujian province, this dish has been adopted into Malaysia and Singapore when the Hokkien people migrated –  Singaporean version of Hokkien mee was created after World War II by Chinese sailors from Fujian (Hokkien) province in southern China. After working in the factories, they would congregate along Rochor Road and fry excess noodles from the noodle factories over a charcoal stove.

Hokkien Mee includes a mixture of both yellow egg noodles and white rice noodles that are fried in a wok with egg, often pieces of seafood, usually squid and shrimp, and bean sprouts. This simple dish of stir-fried noodles boasts a rich prawn stock that keeps fans coming back for more.

Nam Sing Fried Hokkien Mee

Address: Old Airport Food Centre, 51 Old Airport Rd
Open hours: 10:30 am – 3 pm  Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday)
Prices: S$4
How to get there:  near Dakota MRT station

Laksa Singapore noodles


This is one of the ultimate demonstrations of the combination of Chinese and Malay flavors and ingredients all in one dish. Laksa is a popular spicy noodle soup in the Peranakan cuisine.

Noodles, often rice noodles either white or yellow noodles, make up the foundation and starch of a bowl of laksa, followed by a gravy or curry, some fish cake slides, fresh cockles, shredded fresh lettuce and laksa leaf herbs.

There are many different types of laksa, some that include rich coconut milk, and others are more water based.

Sungei Road Laksa

This store is well known among laksa lovers

Address: 27 Jalan Berseh
Open hours: 9:30 am – 5 pm on Thursday to Tuesday (closed on Wednesday)
Prices: $3
How to get there:  short walk from Lavender MRT station, located under a complex near Jalan Berseh

Bak Chor Mee Singapore Noodles

Bak Chor Mee

This is truly a Singaporean dish. Bak Chor Mee, meaning minced pork and noodles, usually it is a combination of egg noodles, topped with minced pork, some other pork ingredients, and a sauce made with vinegar, chili, and soy sauce.

The noodle dish is served dry and it comes with a light broth soup.

It was slightly oily, with a wonderful vinegar sourness and chili fragrance. There are a number of legendary hawkers that serve Bak Chor Mee, and it’s a must eat Singaporean food for visitors.

Originally started back in 1935, at a different location, it is one of the most well known Bak Chor Mee hawker stalls in Singapore.  This’s definitely a bowl of noodles that’s worthy of standing in a line for.

Address: Block 466 Crawford Lane #01-12 Singapore 190465
Open hours: 9:30 am – 9 pm daily (closed on first and third Monday of the month)
Prices: Prices range from $5, $6, $8, or $10
How to get there:  near Lavender MRT station