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  • Shopping - YourSingapore.com
    Lounges Wine Chill Dance Clubs Local Scene DJs Bands Live Acts Boat Quay Clarke Quay Robertson Quay Sports Recreation Sports Extreme Singapore Adrenaline rush Golf Themed Attractions Get wet Recreational Spaces Out in the sun Family Fun Things to do in Singapore Attractions Fun filled Adventure Perks for the whole family Something different Science Discovery Theme Parks Whiz Kids Young Explorers Hip Hangouts Ann Siang Hill Club Street Haji Lane Dempsey Hill Beauty Wellness Pamper yourself The Alternative Way Soothe Recover Relax Rejuvenate Hands on Activities Cooking Lesson Craft classes and activities Wine Appreciation Leisure Cruises Cruises from Singapore Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore Singapore Cruise Centre Your New Singapore Arts Culinary Stars Design Architecture Dining Nightlife Shopping Singapore Attractions Things to do Places to see in Singapore Tweet Shopping Overview TripAdvisor Review Style at every turn Be spoilt for choice as you satisfy your love for shopping at the revamped Orchard Road the new Resorts World Sentosa s FestiveWalk Luxury Fashion and The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands From luxurious goods and fashionable clothing to technology items gadgets and more find the best places to spot the latest trends and fill your shopping bags at this shopping mecca FestiveWalk at Resorts World Sentosa A world class shopping experience awaits with fashion and lifestyle luxury retail outlets Find out more The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands One of Singapore s largest luxury shopping destinations with over 800 000 square feet Find out more ION Orchard Set along the famous Orchard Road shopping strip with more than 300 food and retail outlets Find out more Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find us on Facebook Twitter Youtube Wikipedia Singapore Reviews About Singapore YourSingapore Brand Story A Brief History People Language Culture Key Facts Awards Accolades What s On Festivals

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  • Singapore Attractions, Sentosa Singapore, Art Museums - YourSingapore.com
    Quay Sports Recreation Sports Extreme Singapore Adrenaline rush Golf Themed Attractions Get wet Recreational Spaces Out in the sun Family Fun Things to do in Singapore Attractions Fun filled Adventure Perks for the whole family Something different Science Discovery Theme Parks Whiz Kids Young Explorers Hip Hangouts Ann Siang Hill Club Street Haji Lane Dempsey Hill Beauty Wellness Pamper yourself The Alternative Way Soothe Recover Relax Rejuvenate Hands on Activities Cooking Lesson Craft classes and activities Wine Appreciation Leisure Cruises Cruises from Singapore Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore Singapore Cruise Centre Your New Singapore Arts Culinary Stars Design Architecture Dining Nightlife Shopping Singapore Attractions Things to do Places to see in Singapore Tweet Singapore Attractions Overview TripAdvisor Review Have an activity filled day See all the Singapore Attractions the city has to offer with new attractions to visit and be part of Experience a wide range of activities and explore new locations you re bound to have a delightful time in Singapore Watch the sunset at Sentosa Singapore after a day at Universal Studios Singapore or discover your scientific and artistic sides at the new Art Science Museum at Marina Bay Sands You ll surely be thrilled wherever you choose to go Universal Studios Singapore Go on the ride of your life when you spend a day at Southeast Asia s first movie themed park Find out more ArtScience Museum Visit the unique ArtScience Museum and be prepared to see major international touring Find out more Sentosa Island Kick back and enjoy a day on Sentosa Singapore s sunny playground with beaches entertainment and more Find out more ION Sky and Salt Grill Offering 360 degree views from over 200 metres plus the unparalleled dining at Salt grill Find out more Copyright 2010 Singapore Tourism Board All rights reserved Find

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  • Chinese Cuisine - YourSingapore.com
    Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House No Signboard Seafood Open Door Policy OSIA Bar Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Chinese Cuisine Overview TripAdvisor Review Sample the delicate flavours of Chinese cuisine Chinese cuisine features various types of cooking from the different provinces of China and you ll discover that Chinese food aims to balance the yin and yang qualities of the food by blending a range of ingredients It also uses different kinds of food for their symbolism such as noodles for longevity oysters for good fortune and fish for prosperity Enjoy dim sum chicken rice and other delicacies If you fancy a Chinese meal in Singapore you can look forward to an incredible menu of choices While Chinese cuisine includes more than 80 different styles of cooking these can generally be divided into four or five main regions of China Cantonese food is known for its light creative cooking and subtle flavours Signature Cantonese dishes include Shark s Fin soup crispy deep fried chicken Won Ton soup and roasted suckling pig One of the most popular items is dim sum which includes steamed or fried buns dumplings and pastries stuffed with meat prawns sauces and herbs A favourite on the Hokkien menu is the fried hokkien mee a tasty dish created with a rich mixture of wheat flour noodles and rice vermicelli fried with garlic prawns pork sliced squid bean sprouts eggs and Chinese chives Served with thick chilli paste and a tiny lime it is most fragrant when served in an opeh leaf a species of palm Another much loved dish is popiah or spring rolls which are rolled crepes filled with shredded Chinese turnips bamboo shoots bean sprouts prawns eggs and Chinese sausage seasoned with garlic chilli paste and sweet bean sauce If you are in the mood for something lighter opt for Teochew food which is usually roasted or steamed with very little animal fat and seasoning such as steamed seafood clear soups and healthy porridge You can also take your pick from fiery Szechuan dishes characterised by their generous use of hot chilli peppers dig into mouth watering Hainanese chicken rice or treat yourself to the famous yong tau fu or bean curd stuffed with fish paste from the Hakkas No matter which form of cooking

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  • Indian Cuisine - YourSingapore.com
    Seafood Kew Garden Restaurant Kha Kim Choo s Kitchen KU DÉ TA Restaurant Kushigin Japanese Restaurant L Atelier de Joël Robuchon Lau Hong Ser Famous Rojak Lau Pa Sat Les Amis Li Bai Lor Mee The Lounge LP Tetsu Majestic Restaurant Makansutra Glutton s Bay Maxwell Road Hawker Centre Mezza9 Muthu s Curry My Humble House Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee Newton Food Centre Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House No Signboard Seafood Open Door Policy OSIA Bar Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Indian Cuisine Overview TripAdvisor Review Relish fiery curries tangy chutneys and more When you ve established that you want Indian food for your next meal your next decision to make has to do with whether you would like North Indian cuisine or South Indian food Here in Singapore you ll find plenty of both varieties In general you ll find that most Indian dishes are infused with flavoured spices and herbs such as cardamom cloves cumin coriander and chillies North Indian food is often cooked with yogurt while the dishes in the South frequently rely on coconut milk to temper the spicy dishes A North Indian menu at a restaurant like Spices of India features mild curries creamy yogurt based dishes tandoori items baked in a tandoori or clay oven fluffy naan breads lentils desserts and milk based sweetmeats while a South Indian restaurant such as Annalakshmi offers you vegetarian thosai and fiery curries enriched with coconut milk Often served on a banana leaf or a thali vegetarian meals consist of vegetables pickles chutney and bread South Indian cuisine also includes delectable seafood dishes from Kerala One of the most famous Indian dishes that you can try in Singapore is fish head curry but what may surprise you is the fact that it is actually not Indian While it does reflect Indian cooking in its complex use of spices the fish head curry is more of a local creation and is also available in Chinese cuisine as well Stroll by stalls at food centres around the city and you ll notice yet another hybrid form of food that is more Indian Muslim in nature Sample the roti prata a flaky griddle fried bread served with curry or try the murtabak fried bread stuffed with shredded chicken or

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  • Malay Cuisine - YourSingapore.com
    Mee The Lounge LP Tetsu Majestic Restaurant Makansutra Glutton s Bay Maxwell Road Hawker Centre Mezza9 Muthu s Curry My Humble House Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee Newton Food Centre Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House No Signboard Seafood Open Door Policy OSIA Bar Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Malay Cuisine Overview TripAdvisor Review Discover a world of spices with Malay cuisine Malay cuisine in Singapore offers you a mouth watering fusion of traditional dishes from Malaysia and distinct flavours from the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Java Like other Asian cuisines Malay cooking also depends on rice as a staple food to go along with their spicy dishes Get a taste of nasi padang and other Malay culinary delights Malay cuisine is well known for its aromatic blend of spices and herbs including the kaffir lime leaf and lemongrass shallots and garlic ginger and galangal curry leaves turmeric pungent belachan shrimp paste and chillies Visit a Malay stall at any food centre and take your pick of nasi padang a wide variety of spicy meat fish poultry and vegetable dishes served with rice Also visit Carousel a halal buffet in the heart of town or other Malay restaurants to savour the Soto Ayam a spiced chicken stock served with chicken and bean sprouts together with your choice of a potato croquette or compressed rice cakes Sit down to enjoy skewers of beef lamb or chicken satay served with onions cucumbers and the ubiquitous peanut sauce Another signature dish on the Malay menu is the nasi lemak packed in a banana leaf and beef rendang a hearty dish made of large chunks of beef cooked with spices and herbs Another fundamental ingredient in Malay cuisine is belachan a pungent dried shrimp paste often combined with freshly pounded chillies to make the popular sambal belachan that serves as a sauce to add flavour to any dish Neither Malay nor Indonesian cuisines include any pork for religious reasons and are generally referred to as halal Most dishes use coconut milk to take the edge off the spicy curries Freshly grated coconut is also used to garnish cakes and other types of desserts Malay desserts such as cendol are usually very rich in coconut milk and impossible to resist if you have a

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  • Peranakan Cuisine - YourSingapore.com
    Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Peranakan Cuisine Overview TripAdvisor Review A unique blend of aromas and flavours No visit to Singapore is complete without a taste of the unique Peranakan or Nonya food It offers you a fusion of Chinese Malay and Indonesian flavours combining aromatic herbs and spices such as lemongrass chillies tamarind paste shrimp paste and coconut milk that create a rich cuisine of braised dishes stews and curries Savour the distinctive dishes of Nonya cuisine The cuisine comes from the Peranakans the descendants of the original Chinese immigrants who had settled in Penang Malacca Indonesia and Singapore and inter married with the local Malays It s also referred to as Nonya an old Malay word which was used as a term of respect and affection for women of prominent social standing Peranakans believe that the distinct flavour of their recipes owes itself to the rempah a combination of spices with a very specific texture and density that is pounded into a paste with a pestle and mortar Small wonder that Peranakan recipes involve a time consuming and lengthy preparation and are handed down from one generation to the next Interestingly a Nonya was supposed to be able to judge the cooking ability of her new daughter in law merely by listening as she prepared the rempah with a mortar An imaginative and creative cuisine infused with delicate flavours Peranakan or Nonya food employs chillies belachan and coconut milk as vital ingredients in its cooking It blends the ingredients and wok cooking techniques of the Chinese with the spices used by the Malay and Indonesian community to create tangy aromatic and spicy dishes You ll be interested to learn that this unique cuisine displays subtle regional differences in its style of cooking For instance the dishes that originate from the Penang use tamarind and other sour ingredients more liberally displaying a Thai influence while those from Singapore and Malacca use more coconut milk exhibiting a stronger Indonesian influence Take for instance laksa a spicy Nonya dish made with rice vermicelli and coconut milk and garnished with seafood or chicken You ll find the sour assam laksa in Penang while it is the coconut milk based laksa lemak that is popular in Singapore Dine at a Peranakan restaurant such as Baba

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  • Ayam Buah Keluak - YourSingapore.com
    TA Restaurant Kushigin Japanese Restaurant L Atelier de Joël Robuchon Lau Hong Ser Famous Rojak Lau Pa Sat Les Amis Li Bai Lor Mee The Lounge LP Tetsu Majestic Restaurant Makansutra Glutton s Bay Maxwell Road Hawker Centre Mezza9 Muthu s Curry My Humble House Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee Newton Food Centre Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House No Signboard Seafood Open Door Policy OSIA Bar Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Ayam Buah Keluak Overview TripAdvisor Review A Peranakan Staple Though it s been around for generations Peranakan food and culture has only taken off with the help of numerous campaigns pushing it to the fore in recent years One of the culinary cornerstones of this Southeast Asian evolved culture is the Ayam Buah Keluak This dish is a staple Peranakan Straits Chinese favourite that is truly memorable for its acquired yet robust flavour and taste Strong traditions have resulted in this golden recipe being passed down from generation to generation making it a truly authentic Peranakan dish Made with chicken pieces and sometimes pork combined with keluak nuts an atypical type of nut which comes with a tough shell exterior but oozes a piquant liquid inside it produces an appealing yet unique flavor that must be tasted to be believed The dish isn t a simple one to make the rempah pounded spices alone is made of seven ingredients and takes half a day to fry Then you have to scrub every nut soak it in water for two days chop off one end of the nut and dig out the black flesh inside Then you have to pound or blend it with some spices You have to neaten the nut s opening with a cutter so that it s presentable before you put the flesh back in phew what hard labour Finally you put the stuffed nuts chicken and rempah on a simmer for another half a day until the sauce thickens Now that takes a lot of work So how about rewarding the hard work by trotting down to one of several Peranakan dining institutions to try it Restaurants like The Blue Ginger Spice Peranakan if you have the time to venture out into the suburb of Buona Vista and Baba Inn Lounge are some of

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  • Bak Kut Teh - YourSingapore.com
    Tetsu Majestic Restaurant Makansutra Glutton s Bay Maxwell Road Hawker Centre Mezza9 Muthu s Curry My Humble House Nam Sing Hokkien Fried Mee Newton Food Centre Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Soup Eating House No Signboard Seafood Open Door Policy OSIA Bar Restaurant OSO Ristorante Pizzeria and Osteria Mozza Plum Village Restaurant Pontini Princess Terrace Prive PS Café Quentin s Eurasian Restaurant Rang Mahal Restaurant Andre Roast One Rochester Rong Chen Bak Kut Teh Rumah Makan Minang Sabar Menanti Restaurant Saint Pierre Seafood Paradise Si Chuan Dou Hua Sky on 57 StraitsKitchen Les Saveurs Tambuah Mas Tatsuya Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice Tippling Club The Banana Leaf Apolo The Cliff The Disgruntled Chef The Lighthouse The Moluccas Room The Prime Society The Rice Table The Song of India The White Rabbit Tong Heng Confectionary Trapizza True Blue Cuisine Tung Lok Classics TWG Tea Ulu Ulu Safari Restaurant Waku Ghin Warung M Nasir Wild Rocket Yantra Yuan Chun Famous Lor Mee Famous Food Trails Dining Tweet Bak Kut Teh Overview TripAdvisor Review A Dose of Yesteryear Flavour Bak kut teh meaning meat bone tea dates back to the 19th century and is believed to have been introduced in Singapore by Chinese workers from the Canton and Fujian provinces It consists of meaty pork ribs simmered in a unique broth of herbs and spices the use of cloves cinnamon star anise fennel seeds and coriander in this dish reflects Singapore s diverse cultural influences The dish evolved as such in order to supplement the meagre often innutritious diet of the coolies of yesteryear and popular among the locals and tourists to international celebrities and dignitaries Yet the dark coloured soup rich in herbs and spices is just one of two versions of bak kut teh If you prefer a less herbal tasting soup that s just as satisfying you ll surely enjoy the other style of cooking which serves up a soup that is clear and peppery The different varieties of this popular dish is a reflection of how descendants of immigrants from different parts of China have adapted bak kut teh to suit their palate The Cantonese have a strong soup drinking culture and thus tend to add more medicinal herbs to the dish whereas the Hokkiens who prefer their food salty tasting add soy sauce to darken the soup of the bak kut teh Some of the most famous bak kut teh can be found along Balestier Road Founder Bak Kut Teh 发起人肉骨茶餐馆 347 Balestier Road Rangoon Road Ng Ah Sio Pork Ribs Eating House 黄亚细肉骨茶餐室 8 Rangoon Road and Joo Chiat Road Sin Heng Bak Koot Teh 新兴瓦煲肉骨茶 439 Joo Chiat Road and are available all through the day The dish can be enjoyed with both rice and noodles and is most often served with you tiao deep fried dough fritters A bowl of bak kut teh tends to come with pork ribs preserved vegetables and braised beancurd skins all of which make this a wholesome healthy and inexpensive

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