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  • Nasi Lemak - 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 Nasi Lemak Overview TripAdvisor Review The Choice Breakfast Option Although a traditional Malay classic nasi lemak is a choice breakfast option that is also a favourite among the Chinese and Indian communities in Singapore Its name literally means rice in cream and is derived from its cooking style where the rice is cooked in coconut milk and lightly flavoured with pandan leaves for a fragrant aroma There are two versions of this classic the Malay original version has a straightforward offering of ikan bilis fried anchovies and nuts fried fish cucumber and sometimes an egg whereas the Chinese version like Chong Pang Nasi Lemak and the Changi Village Nasi Lemak take the Bus No 2 to the Changi Village market to sample this unforgettable version have a whole bunch of things like deep fried drumstick chicken franks fish

    Original URL path: http://www.yoursingapore.sg/content/traveller/en/browse/dining/signature-dishes/nasi-lemak.html (2012-12-22)
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  • Nasi Padang - YourSingapore.com
    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 Nasi Padang Overview TripAdvisor Review A Delightful Indonesian Fare Nasi padang which is of Indonesian origin Padang is a city on the west coast of Sumatra consists of steamed white rice with a wide variety of meat and vegetable choices ranging from wonderfully spiced dishes like curry chicken begerdel potato based cutlet fried spinach to spicy vegetable soup Nasi padang dishes are prepared in a hot dry style of cooking unique to Indonesian cuisine and are rich in flavour and aroma Singapore s local nasi padang stalls however have made a name for themselves by consciously blending healthier alternatives such as less salt added in dishes and bigger vegetable portions into their overall spread Nasi padang dishes are typically shared like a mini buffet with friends or family each member helping himself to his personal favourites and placing a scoop of everything on his plate of rice The most popular nasi padang stall in Singapore is Hajjah Maimunah Nasi Padang in the Kampong Glam district which provides a homely dining experience that s perfect for big groups wanting to sample a wide range of

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  • Otak Otak - YourSingapore.com
    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 Otak Otak Overview TripAdvisor Review Literal Brain Food Also known as otah this Peranakan Straits Chinese specialty is a delightful snack consisting of fish mashed with a heady mix of coconut milk chilli paste lemongrass and garlic It is then wrapped in a banana leaf that has been softened by steaming before being grilled lightly over a burning charcoal fire The recipe is known in several Asian regions and although otak otak means brains in Malay it s a name derived from its soft mushy texture While fish otak otak is the most common you ll also be able to find other variations made with prawns cuttlefish crab and fish head Otak otak is best eaten on its own as a snack and is a great complementary dish

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  • Rendang - YourSingapore.com
    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 Rendang Overview TripAdvisor Review Spice up your Life Rendang is a quintessential Malay dish with Indonesian origins This spicy dish is commonly found in Nasi Padang stalls and Indonesian and Peranakan restaurants in Singapore It is so popular that even Burger King created the Rendang Burger in 1987 to suit local tastes Similar to curry Rendang is traditionally made from beef slowly simmered with coconut milk and spices till the meat is tender and the gravy has been absorbed Other meats that can be frequently prepared as Rendang include chicken and lamb Lemongrass galangal garlic turmeric ginger and chillies are some of the spices that are used pounded into a Rempah spice mixture which is then used to coat the beef Coconut milk is then added and it is left to stew for a few hours However many people believe that it tastes even better if left overnight Originally served during ceremonial occasions such as Hari Raya Aidilfitri or to honour guests Rendang is now eaten all year round It is rare to find Ren dang on its own as it is often eaten with a variety of dishes in Nasi Padang These dishes include Ikan Bakar barbequed fish Ayam Goreng fried chicken and Sayur Lodeh vegetable curry together with rice Ketupat rice dumpling or Lemang glutinous rice roasted in bamboo sticks The Nasi Padang belt of Kandahar Street located at the historic Kampong Glam area houses numerous Nasi Padang stalls which are known for their tender and aromatic Rendang These include Sabar Menanti and Warong Nasi Pariaman two extremely popular restaurants in Singapore Other Indonesian restaurants serving authentic Rendang albeit in a more modern setting include Garuda Padang and The Rice Table both located along Orchard Road Highlights What s On

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  • Rojak - YourSingapore.com
    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 Rojak Overview TripAdvisor Review One rojak variation is adapted from Malay and Chinese cuisines which is a veritable toss of beansprouts greens tau pok or deep fried soybean cake yu tiao a crispy long strip of fried flour pineapple cucumber and a generous sprinkle of finely chopped roasted peanuts well tossed which gives it ample texture and a lovely crunchy bite with a spicy fermented prawn paste sauce The other is the Indian version which is also tossed in peanut sauce although this version has an added red flavouring and colour for that tinge of spiciness The Indian rojak can be personalised to one s specific tastebuds as most stall vendors allow their patrons to choose the ingredients that they want which includes baked potatoes steamed fishcakes prawn fritters octopus a mix of fried greens and many more Yet again this is a popular dish in Singapore so finding a rojak stall near you won t be too much of a hassle While the best rojak stalls are

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  • Roti Prata - YourSingapore.com
    Cuisine JAAN Restaurant 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 Roti Prata Overview TripAdvisor Review Roti prata evolved from the original pancake recipes from Pakistan and India and is a favourite in Singapore Roti means bread and prata means flat but it is actually closer to a pancake with a lightly flavoured and subtle sweet dough that makes for a gratifying meal especially in the mornings While commonly served plain with dhal or curry local menus now feature a variety of eccentric variations such as durian ice cream cheese chocolate and banana all worth a try for the adventurous diner It is also not unusual to see prata as it s commonly known to the locals being eaten with a sprinkle of sugar as this brings out its natural taste The sight of the prata maker making the dish is a sight to behold Look out for quick finger and hand movements a toss in the air and vigorous slaps and smacks just before serving to make it light yet doughy And forget about eating this with a fork and spoon the best way to sample the magic of the prata is by dunking it in the complementary curry usually mutton or fish based with your fingers Only then will you fully understand the phrase Finger licking good Between the many prata stalls you ll also find that the texture of the dough differs ranging from soft and chewy to super crispy with most being somewhere in the middle Egg lovers should also try the egg prata a filling and savoury version that s hugely popular with the locals The roti prata is ubiquitous throughout Singapore and chances are that you ll find a prata stall a stone s throw away from your hotel Just ask your concierge

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  • Satay - YourSingapore.com
    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 Satay Overview TripAdvisor Review Often served in bunches of 10 individual sticks are also sold it goes in accord with a dip of spicy and sweet peanut sauce and is usually accompanied with chopped onion cucumber and ketupat Malay rice cakes wrapped in a weaving pattern of coconut leaves Interestingly the peanut sauce made from a slew of spices and ground peanuts was first served in the Philippines where it was introduced by its colonial overlords the Spanish who in turn borrowed the recipe during their time in South America Though the satay sticks of today are factory processed strips made from bamboo it was the humble dried leaf stem of the coconut leaf which was first used to skewer the meat centuries ago Barbecued over an open flamed charcoal fire the satay is feverishly brushed with oil to give it a well browned glaze One of the most famous Malay dishes in Singapore

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  • Singapore Sling - YourSingapore.com
    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 Singapore Sling Overview TripAdvisor Review A Singaporean Original Created by Ngiam Tong Boon a bartender at the Raffles Hotel s Long Bar the Singapore Sling is a world famous cocktail and also owns the unofficial title of Singapore s national beverage New York has its Manhattan Moscow its mule and Long Island its Iced Tea In turn Singapore has the honour of having one of the hardest cocktails to make Formulated at the turn of the century the Singapore Sling was initially called the Straits Sling and was created as a lady s cocktail hence its pinkish tone Recipes vary but according to the Raffles Hotel the original consists of gin cherry liquer Benedictine pomegranate juice and pineapple juice from Sarawak pineapples to create the foamy top However many recent recipes use bottled juice while adding club soda for the foam A handwritten bar chit by Ngiam dated 1936 still hangs in the Raffles Hotel Museum The Million Dollar Cocktail was also created by Ngiam where it gained similar recognition after Somerset Maugham featured it in his short

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