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Discover The Street Food Of Singapore

If you are a foodie then you have come to the right place in visiting Singapore!

Singapore is where Chinese cuisine meets Malay and Indian cooking – and then blends them all together to create something truly unique!

In this blog, we will tell you what to eat and what to try out on your visit here and some places to do it!

TIONG BAHRU MARKET

A trendy place and definitely on the to do list for any visitor to Singapore. There is more than just food here – peruse some of the independent bookshops and other stores in the neighbourhood whilst you’re at it.

WHAT TO HAVE

CHWEE KUEH 

This is a steamed rice cake, which is topped with radish preserve and chilli.

PAU

This is a steamed bun with a filling of barbecued pork. The pau is seen as a great option for breakfast, so if you are passing by in the early morning, make sure you grab some!

SATAY BY THE BAY

With food stalls open every day between 11am and 10pm, this is the place to visit anytime to experience genuine cuisine on the waterfront.

WHAT TO HAVE

People come here to try the great meats and satays on offer.

…And even better still – the drinks stalls are open 24 hours!

OLD AIRPORT FOOD CENTRE

Situated in the east of the city, this is where food lovers come to try just about anything.

With many hawkers on the site, you can taste most things, in this forty year old famous food centre.

 

WHAT TO HAVE

HAND MADE FISH BALLS

A perennial favourite of the food centre, these are made with vinegar, soy sauce and a fiery sambal.

Dishes start at $3.

HOKKIEN FRIED MEE

These are yellow noodles of prawns and dishes start at around $5. Well worth a try!

MAXWELL FOOD CENTRE

This is close to the Central Business District and feeds hungry workers, as well as eager foodies, who go there especially to experience its’ culinary delights. This is an incredibly famous centre, so if you want to narrow down the vast choice on offer, here are our picks:

 

WHAT TO HAVE

MAXWELL FUZHOU OYSTER CAKE

This is also known locally as the ‘UFO’ and is an oyster cake, which has its gems (the oysters) hidden within the layers of the fishcake.

JIN HUA SLICED FISH BEE HOON

This is fish bee hoon, which is a kind of thin noodle soup. The fish is, of course, fresh and cooked into a milky broth.