11 Dishes To Try In Singapore…

Singapore is a gastronomic playground for the culinary senses. Mouthwatering local dishes and dishes from around the globe can be found here in this gourmet city. A tantalising adventure awaits you…

   1. Singapore Chilli Crab

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        Jumbo Restaurant

 

    2. Hainanese Chicken Rice

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        Chinatown Food Street Hawker Stall

 

     3. Satay

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        Satay by the Bay @ Gardens by the Bay

 

     4. Seafood Laksa

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   Food Republic VivoCity Shopping Centre

 

    5. Char Kway Teow (Singapore/Malay noodles)

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  Malaysian Food Street Resort World Sentosa Island

 

     6. Roti and Chicken Masala

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  Malaysian Food Street Resort World Sentosa Island

 

    7. Durian

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 Chinatown. Though this is a debatable must eat food, I could not get past the smell and bring myself to try this delicacy…  😦

 

   8. Gelato sticks

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Candylicious, Resort World Sentosa Island. They looked too god to eat! 🙂

 

   9. Indian Sweets

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   Ladoo and Barfi @ Little India Arcade Market        

                

   10. Singapore Sling

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 Relaxing at the Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa, Singapore

 

   11. Ice Cream Sandwich

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Refreshing ice cream blocks in a multitude of flavours, served in sweet bread or wafers sold on Orchard Road. My favourite is Mango!

Have you tried any of these recommendations?? Can you suggest any others? Let me know in the comments below 🙂

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59 thoughts on “11 Dishes To Try In Singapore…

  1. The spicy food up there looks too delicious for words, Lorelle. I am getting pangs for the laksa and the Malay noodles. I think I have to make do with homemade dishes for now! But I love the street food in Southeast Asia. The taste is so pronounced that the senses go into an overdrive. xx

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  2. Yum! This post made me hungry! I’ve only had a Singapore Sling but will take this list with me and rectify the situation next time I’m in Singers. I always think afternoon tea is a must eat in Singapore – we’ve tried a few places but Raffles is hard to beat!

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    1. Yes, definitely give them a try. Totally agree with you for High Tea. They were renovating the Tiffin Room at the Raffles so couldn’t get in there, but discovered the Fresh Fruit Lab where we had this extraordinary afternoon tea!!! Stay tuned for the post to come!! Xx

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    1. How lovely to have such a diversity especially for your kids.
      I’m glad I bought back happy memories for you, I can understand how much you would miss it. Do you return to Singapore often??
      Yes, we had a lovely break there. Thank you for asking. What’s not to love about Singapore? 😉

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  3. You are really killing me with all these dishes. They look absolutely delicious. I would like to try the chili crab and the laksa. We have a Malaysian / Singaporean restaurant in Los Angeles but I think the food is not as good as in the countries. I will like to try the real thing.

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