Newsflash: Singaporeans eat to live!
Here are the Top 10 foods you can find in Singapore.
10) The durian, king of fruits!
You can smell it from a distance, a “fragrance” reminiscent of the pungent blue cheese Roquefort, and identifiable by its prickly appearance, many have described the durian as smelling of rot. Despite this, it has a light texture of buttery custard on the tongue. Unique to South East Asia, don’t leave Singapore without trying it!
9) Kaya Toast, the perfect Singaporean-East-Meets-West Breakfast
Kaya is a truly Asian spread made from eggs and coconut milk. Eat this with two three-quarter boiled eggs, a thick teh tarik, and life is good.
8) Chilli Crab, a Singaporean Superstar!
Popular among locals and tourists alike, this dish is native to Singapore and it involves getting down and dirty by eating with your hands. Absolutely barbaric, but I wouldn’t have this hot hot hot delicacy any other way!
7) Roti Prata
Definitely a competitor for French Crepes, these Indian-inspired Singaporean pancake beat all its international counterparts. Served plain or with eggs/onions/cheese/mushrooms/etc., and accompanied by a bowl of spicy curry, this dish is palatable any time of the day for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a mid day snack.
6) Char Kuay Teow
A favourite of Singapore’s immigrant labourers of the past, this dish of rice noodles fried with lard is absolutely delicious.
A handful of vermicelli, served in a soup of coconut curry called Laksa, this is ooh la la la la. Frangrant, spicy, tangy… Need I say more? Go try it now!
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