Singapore Food Guide in Photos – 12 Foods Worth Trying

Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow - char kway teow (black)

Place: Lao Fu Zi Fried Kway Teow
Hawker Center: Old Airport Road
Food: char kway teow (black)

 

Place: Freshly Made Chee Cheong Fun
Hawker Center: Old Airport Road
Food: chee cheong fun w/ char siew (bbq pork)


Place: Zhong Guo la Mian Xiao Long Bao
Hawker Center: Chinatown Complex Food Centre
Food: xiaolongbao


Place: Wang Wang Crispy Curry Puff
Hawker Center: Old Airport Road
Food: curry puff

Place: Komala Vilas
Neighborhood: Little India
Food: paper dosa, masala dosa, samosas    

Place: Nyona Chendol
Hawker Center: Old Airport Road
Food: chendol w/ red beans

Place: Amber Tandoor Restaurant
Neighborhood: Little India
Food: chicken tikka masala, chicken briyani, garlic naan bread


Place: Zam Zam
Neighborhood: Arab Street
Food: beef murtakbak, iced kopi’o


Place: Geylang Serai Satay
Hawker Center: Satay by the Bay
Food: 10 chicken satay, 10 beef satay


Place: The 1950’s Coffee
Hawker Center: Chinatown Complex Food Centre
Food: kopi and peanut toast


Place: Tian Tian Chicken and Rice
Hawker Center: Maxwell Food Centre
Food: chicken and rice


Place: Pepper Lunch Express
Area: Takashimaya Food Village, Orchard Road
Food: beef pepper rice

We ran out of time and could only fit so much into our belly’s in one day. With all this good food around and relatively low prices – I don’t understand why there aren’t more obese people in Singapore.

 

2 Replies to “Singapore Food Guide in Photos – 12 Foods Worth Trying”

  1. Yum! You two food bloggers too huh. This is another place i would like to go. They say they have the best street-food. What do you think? Have fun guys!!!

    1. The food was fantastic and great prices too! At the hawker centers (open air eateries) the vendors seem to have mastered cooking 1 or 2 dishes. People will go to 1 vendor for noodles, another for soup, another for grilled meat, maybe another for a juice drink – and all of it is sooooo tasty. It’s a great place to visit to try a bunch of different foods. We loved Singapore.

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