Satay

Satay

Satay is one of Singapore’s most famous Malay dishes, a kind of roasted meat that is very popular in Singapore. The satin is usually sold in 10 strings, and the taste is even more unique, usually with onion slices, cucumber slices, and ketupat wrapped in coconut leaves.

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Laksa

Laksa

Along the East Coast Road can be found in the most popular Laksa shop, here is the legendary “Katong Laksa war” battlefield. Laksa is a Nyonya original dish, authentic Nyonya Lasha pay attention to the smell of coconut milk, shrimp sweet and homemade chili oil spicy flavor, and the staple food part must also use coarse rice flour. As with most Nirvana, the development of Laksa has also been affected by the various regions. Cream…

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Chilli Crab

Chilli Crab

Surrounded by the sea of ​​Singapore is located in the tropics, the locals for the summer heat to the drug will choose to add emphasis on spicy taste, seafood is also true. In addition to the most famous Singapore national hot pepper crab and black pepper crab, the pepper crab brothers and other eaten there are white pepper crabs, butter crabs, fans steamed crabs, salted egg yolk baked crabs and so on. The great meet…

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Hokkien Prawn Mee

Hokkien Prawn Mee

Also known as Hokkien mee (noodles), this fried plate soaked in pork bones and prawns made of aromatic stock. This noodles – including yellow noodles and thick “hoe” (fan) – have juicy prawns, squid, pork belly, eggs and crispy fried pork (optional), making all the tastes particularly good. It is squeezed with samba pepper and lemon juice to increase zing. As its name suggests, Hokkien Prawn Mee is a dish created by Hokkiens. But its…

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Hainan Chicken Rice

Hainan Chicken Rice

Hainan chicken rice is a very warm, fresh and juicy white chopped chicken cut into small pieces, with shiny yellow chicken meal, and then poured with soy sauce, sesame oil, sprinkled with onion or coriander (yán sui), plus a small Dish special chili sauce and garlic sauce made of special characteristics of food. As a national food representative in Singapore, Hainan chicken rice appears in hawker stalls, food plaza, upscale restaurants and even airlines. Hainan…

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Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh is made with pork ribs, unique herbs and spices and then simmered with water, usually using cloves, cinnamon, star anise, fennel and coriander, reflecting the integration of Singapore’s multiculturalism. In the colonial era, coolies live in poverty and their diet was seriously lacking in essential nutrients. The only “tonic” available to them was leftover pig bones which they stew together with Chinese herbs. This was the original version of the Bak Kut…

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