Singapore Food

SINGAPORE LOCAL FOOD

Singapore is a hot pot of cuisines to eat, incorporating a rich heritage of food dishes consisting of Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian influences.

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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...


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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....


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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Satay

This dish is common to find at hawker food centers throughout Singapore.  It’s originally from Indonesia with influence from India and the Middle...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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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...


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Laksa

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...


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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,...


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Kaya Toast Breakfast

The coffee shops will use traditional brown-topped loaves that boast of a fine crumb with a pillow soft texture. Some also opt for soft buns or even...


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Wanton Mee

This is a popular Chinese Cantonese dishes that’s available at just about all hawker centers food courts throughout Singapore.  It’s the...


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