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Singapore Foods

Singapore is yet another fantastic country to get your Asian food fix! Although there are many things that are a little expensive, the cheap stuff can be gotten rather easily. I’ll introduce some of the most famous food for you!


Singapore is a large melting pot of cultures. It incorporates a large part of Asia, and various other western cuisines. If you are a local, you might enjoy this sort of food! But here on this blog I’ll be introducing some of the top things you can eat in Singapore! I’ll try to introduce to you some of the most common ones!

Wanton noodles

The Singapore version of the Wanton noodles are totally from Hong Kong. This version is usually dry, with just a little bit of light sweet sauce. The combination of eating it together with pork, as well as a small bowl of super plain soup is amazing. The soup, although as incredibly simple (it’s only boiled water a little bit of MSG!) These noodles also come with dumplings as well, you have an option to get it fried or wet (comes in the soup). Absolutely tasty. Eat it!

Dim Sum

This is just another fancy way of saying ‘Chinese Dumplings’. These come in various varieties, such as the Siew Long Bao (make sure you eat it whole – there’s tasty broth in the middle), the Ha Gao (dumplings with prawns in them) and of course, the tasty Baos (lots of different options here – there are plenty of things such as the braised pork version, the sweet egg yolk version and some many others)

Be warned though, Dim Sum is somewhat considered ‘fine dining’ here in Singapore and isn’t exactly cheap, but that’s okay. It’s still totally worth it though!

Kaya Toast

Oh my god. This is SUCH a simple meal, yet unbelievably delicious. The traditional bread (sometimes served thick and lathered with coconut jam (known locally as ‘kaya’) and then a little bit of egg on the side is so simple but delicious.

The eggs are usually soft boiled and served with pepper and dark soya sauce. Depending on how you like your eggs will determine how you choose to eat it.

That’s all from Singapore today! We’ll see what else we can offer you with in our next post, where we talk about food from Indonesia!