Singapore's Uniquely Singapore fame will never be such for nothing. In fact, it's even translated to its cuisine. Indeed, the food fare here is unique in its own way. The country is known for having a multi-cultural mix of inhabitants and this is synonymous to the hodgepodge of foods available. There's the local, genuinely Singaporean such as the Hainanese Chicken Rice, Chili Crab and Black Pepper Crab, Indonesia's famous Mee-goreng and Satay, Malaysia's Laksa and India's Roti, Teh Tarik and Fish Head Curry. Undoubtedly, the lion city is a complete melting pot of Asian taste and good eats are everywhere.
Hainanese Chicken Rice
Prawn Kway Teow
It is only in Singapore that I would brave the lines of street foods. It is here where Hawker Centers are considered the place to be for foodies and non foodies alike. Never mind the hot and humid ambiance, scrumptious foods are what you're here for. Should an open-air set up be an issue, air conditioned Kopitiam and Food Republics are the options for you. Contrary to the popular notion that all things in Singapore are expensive, food is not. Perhaps it's only about finding the right place to visit and making the right choice of food. A good eat may not necessarily be pricey. There are dishes that can be worth the queue at only S$ 3 - S$ 5. Whichever dining place you visit in Singapore, there is certainly something lip smacking for each discriminating palate.