The food in Singapore is astonishing, which makes it remarkable that a small nation has a lot of great foods. With a large community of foreigners, Singapore is speckled with amazing food recipes, below are some of the best foods in Singapore.
Hainanese chicken rice
This dish is probably the best food in Singapore. This dish is a simple combination of cooked rice and a chicken poached in a poultry. This food is accompanied with garlic, chili sauce, and kepap manis.
Prata and murtabak
These flatbreads are similar to roti because they are accompanied with a plate of curry sauce. Mutarbak are mostly stuffed with eggs, meat or cheese. While prata are flaky, and these foods can be gotten at various hawking centers.
Char kway teow
This dish is made up of a flat rice noodle with a cherry flavor with help from a smoking wok. Char kway teow are combined with a dark and light soy prawns, bean shoots, garlic chives, and prawns. Other local version of this dish may include little cockles thrown into a smoking wok before serving.
This dish is not the usual cake covered up in cream cheese icing. This food is combined with sticky ego-brick sized rectangles of radish/turnip cake. A small piece of a preserved tunip adds an unusual texture that is chewy and crunchy. This dish is available in black and white versions, with the black using more of the dark and glutinous kecap manis sauce. This food may not be good looking, but it is tasty.
Kueh are attractive sweets cut in various bite-sized shapes and with various flavors. Try a squishy sphere of sticky rice flour combined with sweet potato and a syrupy Gulu Melaka; this recipe is a called an ondeh ondeh. Another Peranakan specialty called Nonya kueh lapis is a stacked rainbow jellies flavored by a pandan and coconut. This dish is best-eaten layer by layer for prolonged eating.
Kaya toast set
This local breakfast is made up of two eggs that are barely boiled in a small bowl, sprinkled with a powdered white pepper, seasoned with a soy sauce before mashing the eggs gently. It is then sandwiched with kaya (a thick coconut jam flavored with honey or pandan) and a thick butter slab, which is dipped into the broken eggs. This dish can be eaten with a strong black coffee with a dash of condensed milk.
Special Mention – Singapore Chilli Crab (P.s. It will cost you more than $5 but you definitely want to taste it!)
This dish is not as spicy as you may think and you should prepare to get messy when making this dish. Tomato-based gravy is used to cook the crab, and a beaten egg is used to make the crab thick. The chili can sneak up individuals who are new to this dish because it tends to be a burn slowly. This dish can be moped up with with a fried mantou bun.
Where to find: Fernvale Area Coffeehouse near Parc Botannia Condo