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Top Ten Food in Singapore

Bak kut teh​
Bak kut teh​

In Singapore, there are two styles of Bak kut teh served – Teochew style and Klang style. And it is the broth which makes bak kut teh styles different. While Teochew version features clear soup with peppery taste, Klang version has thick, cloudy soup with herbal taste. In our lion city, the former is more popular than the latter.

Wonton ​Noodles​
Wonton ​Noodles​

Aoy’s Thai Noodle Bar Changi Airport Terminal 3, Basement 2, 65 Airport Blvd, Singapore 819663 Opening Hours: 9am – 11pm (Sun – Thurs), Open 24 Hours (Fri – Sat) Won’t say this is a must-try, so much so that you can have come all the way here, but worth a mention.

Chai tow ​Kway​
Chai tow ​Kway​

Check out the top Chai Tow Kway restaurants : Hai Sheng Carrot Cake, Ke Shuan Xing Fried Carrot Cake, 89 Carrot Cake and more.

Dim sum​
Dim sum​

Dim sum has always been comfort food in Singapore, owing to many early Cantonese migrants bringing these wonderful little dishes to our little island. Through the decades, Singapore’s dim sum culture has also evolved include dishes from other styles like Shanghainese, Szechuan, as well as unique local modifications like multi-flavoured har gao (prawn dumplings).

Kaya Toast​
Kaya Toast​

However, there are many new renditions of Kaya Toast, usually swapping out the crispy toast for different breads: steamed, thick toast, french toast, crackers. You get the gist. In this list, I have compiled some of the best Singapore Kaya Toasts that I find quite spectacular.

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Laksa​
Laksa​

You can find both curry laksa and assam laksa in Singapore. But for the truly local version, go with the curry gravy option. A bowl of curry laksa can only deliciously shine with the help of spicy coconut-based soup, which is the soul of this Peranakan dish.

Fish Head ​Curry​
Fish Head ​Curry​

Well, folklore, food pioneer, or not, fish head curry is now commonly found in many restaurants in Singapore and almost every ethnic group in Singapore has their own interpretations, a testament to the popularity of the dish. We narrowed down the absolute best of each fish curry style in this feature.

Oyster ​Omelette​
Oyster ​Omelette​

Situated within Chinatown Food Street, the latest dining attraction in Singapore which adopts the concept of ‘old meets new’, the oyster omelette offered at this store is actually termed oyster egg ($8.00).

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Hae mee​
Hae mee​

30 famous local Singapore foods to eat in Singapore. Best places to eat Singapore, where to eat Singapore, Food Blog Singapore. Best hawker places.

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Satay​
Satay​

Chomp Chomp food centre is famous for delicious versions of numerous local dishes, especially satay, it is praised as one of the best satay in Singapore. What people like. The satay is well marinated and juicy, and the peanut sauce is thick, sweet and not too spicy.

Sambal ​Stingray​
Sambal ​Stingray​

The search for Singapore’s best sambal stingray begins. Thank goodness for whoever found out stingray wings were in fact, fleshy and delicious. Majority of people in the world, especially non-South East Asians, are unaware of stingrays’ edibility and often treat them as unwanted catches.

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Douhua​
Douhua​

Northern Chinese often refer to douhua as doufunao ... In Malaysia and Singapore, ... Food portal; References ...

Ais Kacang​
Ais Kacang​

Ice kacang (Malay pronunciation: [aɪs ˈkatʃaŋ]), literally meaning "bean ice", also commonly known as ABC (acronym for Air Batu Campur [air ˈbatu tʃamˈpʊr], meaning "mixed ice"), is a Malaysian dessert which is also common in Singapore (where it is called ice kachang) and Brunei.

Biryani​
Biryani​

5 BEST BIRYANI IN SINGAPORE! ... If one would read about it online, it was also noted for being one of the best places for Indian food in Singapore.

Nasi Lemak​
Nasi Lemak​

Nasi lemak is a dish that comprises rice made fragrant with coconut cream and pandan leaves. A light meal that is believed to be Malay in origin, it is traditionally accompanied by fried anchovies, sliced cucumbers, fried fish known as ikan selar, and a sweet chili sauce. Modern-day variations on the dish now offer an extensive array of other side dishes.

Mee Siam​
Mee Siam​

Despite its Thai-sounding name—“Siam” is the ancient name for Thailand—mee siam isn’t a Thai dish. Its origins are unknown, but it’s more likely that mee siam has its roots in Indonesian and Peranakan cuisine.

Mi Rebus​
Mi Rebus​

Mi rebus, mie rebus (Indonesian spelling) or mee rebus (Malaysian and Singaporean spelling) literally "boiled noodles" in English) is a noodle dish popular in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. It is also often called mi kuah (noodle soup).

Roti Canai​
Roti Canai​

Roti Canai at Singapore Malaysian Restaurant "Was lured here by the roti canai, what a disappointment =( The roti canai was homemade (a good thing), but it was too thick and a bit doughy.

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Fish Soup bee ​Hoon​
Fish Soup bee ​Hoon​

Jin Hua Fish Head Bee Hoon 金華. Sliced Fish Soup ($4 each). Well-known and given recommendations by various organisations, Jin Hua. nestled in Maxwell Food Centre, serves up a very generous portion of sliced fish soup and definitely embodied what it means to be value for money. I ordered a clear broth and another milky one to decide for myself which I like better. My conclusion is the ...

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Rojak​
Rojak​

Many others have tried to cover Singapore’s food and although I appreciate Chef Anthony Bourdain for his wonderful exploration of Singapore food in his travel journals, I feel only a local can truly express the adequate love for our unique cuisine.

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Hainanese ​Chicken Rice​
Hainanese ​Chicken Rice​

Hainanese chicken rice is one of few local dishes served in the menu of Singapore Airlines. It is also listed at number 45 on the World’s 50 most delicious foods complied by CNN Go in 2011. Chicken rice can be found anywhere in Singapore, from hawker stalls, franchised outlets to restaurants.

Duck Rice​
Duck Rice​

Top Best Duck Rice In Singapore Duck rice is one of the popular staple food in Singapore. There are different variations in how the duck rice is prepared b(...)

Char Kway ​Teow​
Char Kway ​Teow​

Local foodies patronize this food court to taste one of the best fried kway teow plates in Singapore and other famed foods like curry mee, wanton noodles and mee siam at one visit. What are so special. Char kway teow with more eggs is a highlight of Outram Park’s version. More eggs and less cooking time leave a creamy texture to the dish.

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Curry Puff​
Curry Puff​

Best curry puffs in Singapore 27 Mar 2017. Best curry puffs in Singapore. Curry puffs, or more affectionately known as curry poks, are undoubtedly an old-school favourite. This delectable golden puff pastry makes a perfect snack for any time of the day, with its crispy exterior stuffed to the brim (typically) with curried potatoes.

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Popiah​
Popiah​

Address: 79 Circuit Rd #01-98, Singapore 370079 | Opening hours: Mon – Sat: 5am – 9pm. 2. Qin Carrot Cake & Popiah. Old Airport Road Food Centre is one of the most famous hawker centres in Singapore and home to many local delights.

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