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  • Cendol - YourSingapore.com
    Jing Joël Robuchon Fine Dining Jumbo 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 Cendol Overview TripAdvisor Review The Quintessential Dessert Quintessential to Southeast Asian cuisine is the deliciously creamy and refreshing cendol a traditional dessert that was once sold on pushcarts during the 60s through the 80s Today this common dessert can be found at restaurants serving local cuisine and at most food centres The basic ingredients of cendol include coconut milk green starched noodles with artificial pandan flavouring and palm sugar Singaporeans are known for personalizing their eating experience and with cendol it s no exception Expect additional topping options such as grated

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  • Char Kway Teow - YourSingapore.com
    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 Char Kway Teow Overview TripAdvisor Review Old Time Favourite Yet another Singapore classic that stirs the passion of local foodies debates are common on where the best version of this sticky sweet savoury dish can be found in Singapore This extremely popular dish of flat rice noodles has a vibrant history In its early days char kway teow was mostly sold by fishermen and farmers who doubled up as food peddlers at night to supplement their income they used to use leftovers from meals to whip up this dish hence its multiple ingredient mix Char kway teow loosely translated as stir fried rice cake strips is made by stir frying flat rice noodles similar to the Italian tagliatelle with light and dark soy sauce a dash of belachan shrimp paste tamarind juice bean sprouts Chinese chives lap cheong Chinese sausages and cockles In its original recipe the rice noodles are also stir fried in pork fat using crisp bits of pork lard resulting in a distinctively rich taste In recent years the dish as evolved into a healthier version with hawkers serving up more greens and adding less oil This not only makes the dish healthy but the greens and bean sprouts give it a freshness and crunchy texture adding to the overall star quality of this old time favourite The clanging wok and sweet smelling hot air wafting from it gives it a heady sensuous dimension of sight smell and sound and that s even before you ve taken a bite Char kway teow is easily available at most food centres in Singapore such as at the Maxwell Road Hawker Centre and it s also a signature dish at the Princess Terrace Café Choose from either cockles or prawns to go with a plate of sizzling hot char kway teow and have a hearty meal that satisfies your sinful cravings If you re heading to Zouk for a spot of clubbing

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  • Chilli Crab - YourSingapore.com
    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 Chilli Crab Overview TripAdvisor Review Singapore s Sensous Signature Arguably one of Singapore s greatest culinary inventions this famous dish is a must have during your visit here It is often the first dish celebrities ask for when they arrive here and it is easily found at the many food centres and seafood restaurants throughout the city Some of the best places to lap up this stunning creation include No Signboard Seafood Restaurant Jumbo Seafood and Long Beach Seafood at the East Coast Lagoon Food Village which sits right by the beach at East Coast Park Other unique locations for seafood are Long Beach Seafood at Dempsey 长堤海鲜楼 邓布西山 Palm Beach Seafood at One Fullerton 棕榈滩海鲜坊 浮尔顿一号 and Singapore Seafood Republic at Resorts World Sentosa 新加坡海鲜共和国新加坡圣淘沙名胜世界 What makes this dish so special is its sensuous sweet yet savoury sauce created with a base of chilli and tomato sauces which will electrify your palate and satisfy your taste buds The red tangy sauce is made deliciously fragrant with light flavourings of garlic and rice vinegar while thickening flour and egg ribbons produced by adding

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  • Dumpling Noodles (Wanton Mee) - YourSingapore.com
    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 Dumpling Noodles Wanton Mee Overview TripAdvisor Review Wanton Delights Visit any food centre in Singapore and you will surely find this well known Cantonese noodle dish Some Wanton Mee stalls have been serving this dish for over 30 years so expect to wait in line for that perfect plate of dumpling noodles Served dry or in soup Wanton Mee comes in two distinct versions the Hong Kong style version or the Malaysian and Singaporean version Hong Kong style Wanton Mee is usually served in a clear broth with dumplings filled with ingredients such as prawns and pork The thin noodles are blanched quickly giving it an al dente texture Extremely popular in Cantonese restaurants a good Hong Kong style Wanton Mee should feature slightly crunchy noodles and plump dumplings with a translucent skin filled with goodies such as prawns pork and black fungus Some good family restaurants which feature Hong Kong style Wanton Mee include Crystal Jade Kitchen and Imperial Treasure Cantonese Cuisine The Singaporean and Malaysian versions are largely similar offering slices of Char Siew barbecued pork in addition to bite sized dumplings and leafy vegetables The local version is often eaten dry and sometimes comes with deep fried dumplings as well The sauce for dry Wanton Mee varies from stall to stall with the Malaysia version made with black soy sauce and the Singaporean version consisting of tomato sauce chilli sauce and sesame oil Char Siew plays an important role in local Wanton Mee with succulent and charred slices considered the best Egg noodles are also used and are usually yellow springy and flat Char Siew is also eaten with rice together with a sweet barbeque dipping sauce Char Siew marbled with fat is the most flavourful as it gives it a distinct charred taste However lean Char Siew has become more popular with the health conscious In recent years other variations of Wanton Mee have made appearances such as Kolo Mee from Sarawak Good and authentic local Wanton Mee can be found cheaply in food

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  • Fish Head Curry - YourSingapore.com
    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 Fish Head Curry Overview TripAdvisor Review Best loved Dish In The City The famous Singaporean fish head curry is the result of a hybrid of Indian Chinese and Malay influences which is why it is one of the spiciest most tantalizing and best loved dishes in the city Originally created by Singapore s Malayalee an Indian ethnic group from the Southern Indian state of Kerala community it is prepared by stewing the head of an ikan merah red snapper fish in a spicy hot curry with vegetables with the sour tasting tamarind flavour an unmistakable signature of this dish Visitors can either have it with rice or as the Chinese do it wipe the curry gravy clean with a soft bun The sweetness of the dough helps to neutralize the spices in the curry a great way to enjoy the dish even if you have a low tolerance for spice The Chinese tend to have it alongside smaller dishes

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  • Fried Carrot Cake - YourSingapore.com
    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 Fried Carrot Cake Overview TripAdvisor Review Carrots in Black or White Don t confuse this with its Westernised namesake This is a savoury fried dish that s common throughout Singapore So common that you ll almost certainly come across a stall selling this sumptuous number at every hawker centre that you visit during your stay here Made from an old world recipe that s been a local favourite for many years carrot cake is also known as chai tow kueh and actually consists of cubes of steamed rice flour and white radish fried in egg like an omelette and garnished with spring onions a recipe common to the Teochews in Singapore It can be served white plain or dark seasoned with sweet soya sauce and is perfect for those looking for a quick yet satisfying meal Some of the best carrot cake in town can be sampled at Makansutra Gluttons Bay near the Esplanade Theatre and Newton Food Centre Restaurants such as Hai

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  • Fried Sesame Ball - YourSingapore.com
    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 Fried Sesame Ball Overview TripAdvisor Review Open Sesame Originating from China these tiny golden nuggets are almost always found in Dim Sum restaurants or Chinese bakeries Known as Jian Dui these fried sesame balls are made from glutinous rice flour and contain an assortment of fillings Dim Sum restaurants and Chinese bakeries in Singapore are aplenty and you are sure to find this fried Chinese pastry on the menu Coated in sesame seeds these balls are fried till crisp on the outside and are not much to look at However once you bite into it you will realise what all the fuss is about Its sweet and chewy texture together with its hollow centre makes it a delicious snack The plain versions are light and nutty while those that are filled with sweet red bean or lotus seed paste are equally enjoyable Kuih Bom is the Malay version of this snack and is prepared the same way The only difference is that Kuih Bom often contains shredded sweetened coconut as well as the occasional green or red bean paste Other snacks and desserts made from glutinous rice flour include Nian Gao and Tangyuan Nian Gao a sticky and sweet pudding is traditionally eaten during Chinese New Year Meaning a greater or higher year in Chinese it is eaten steamed or pan fried and sometimes with egg during this time for good luck although it s also available all year round On the other hand Tangyuan is traditionally eaten during the Mid Autumn Festival Today however it can also be found at food centres and even in supermarkets all year round Served with a sweet soup it comes either plain or filled with a variety of fillings such as ground sesame ground peanuts or red bean paste Jian Dui with its golden colour and round shape resembling gold coins is a symbol of fortune and wealth There is a Chinese belief that as

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  • Hainanese Chicken Rice - YourSingapore.com
    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 Hainanese Chicken Rice Overview TripAdvisor Review Singapore s Choice Comfort Food In a country with so many stunning culinary gems competing against one another which you may ask is Singapore s national dish Well without a doubt only one dish stands head and shoulders above the rest as Singapore s favourite hawker dish Chicken rice This dish comes in several guises but its most popular version is the Hainanese Chicken Rice Hainanese chicken rice is a gem of a recipe adapted from early Chinese immigrants originally from the Hainan province in southern China The dish is simple bite sized pieces of steamed white chicken fragrant rice it s pre fried in chicken fat and cooked in chicken broth light or dark soy sauce and a delicious ground chilli and ginger paste For the dish to sizzle as a whole all parts must be equally up to par or else it ll easily slip into the realm of the mediocre In fact the accompanying ground chilli paste has the ability to make or break the dish too hot will make for an uncomfortable dining experience too mild will leave the dish tasting bland as a whole A lot of effort goes into the preparation of this flavourful dish with cooks first steaming the chicken until it is fully cooked before immediately soaking it in cold water This stops the cooking process and ensures that the meat remains tender and is also why the meat is usually served at room temperature Usually accompanied by a bowl of light chicken broth thin slices of cucumber chilli mixed with dark soy sauce and ginger paste a good plate of chicken rice can easily be found at many hawker centres in the city including Maxwell Road Hawker Centre for Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice 天天海南鸡饭 and restaurants like Boon Tong Kee 文东记 Big Bird Chicken Rice Restaurant at Balmoral Plaza 大鸟鸡饭店 Wee Nam Kee

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