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Want to Taste Singapore Street Food?

While traveling somewhere, don’t forget to get culinary around. You may taste different seasoning even you have tried the same dishes in your country. Absolutely, you will get a new dish that you can get in that city only. To ensure completing your holiday, taste their dishes and see how much you like them!

As if you go to Singapore, there are some dishes you should try. In this country, you will see many traditional foods you shouldn’t miss to taste. Going on holiday or travel without tasting the local foods is like a pair of shoes.

Here Are Some Street Food Recommendations

For you who want travel to Singapore, you need to find out what kind of their local dishes which you should try and where you get them. It helps you a lot to arrange your itinerary before d-day. You can adjust it with your destination tourism place you need to go.

Here are some recommendation street foods for tourist:

  1. Hainanese chicken rice

It is considered a national dish of Singapore. It means, while you are visiting Singapore, you must try this one. It should be eaten before you are going home. It is a chicken rice, so you can get rice and sliced chicken and some complementary.

The rice is cooked in chicken stock, chicken fat, pandan leaf, garlic, and ginger. The sliced chicken itself is cooked in boiling water, and then it is dunked in the ice bath before slicing them. The taste is so aromatic and tasty.

You can get this dishes anywhere. However, the most delicious dishes, you can get into Wee Nam Kee in 101 Thomson Road #01-08 United Square or Uncle Chicken Rice in 348 Simpang Bedok #02-24, Bedok Marketplace.

  1. Char Kway Teow

It is one of the other most well-loved Singapore’s street foods. It is fried rice noodle. As its name, char which means stir-fried and kwayteow which means flat rice noodles. Usually, it serves with Chinese sausage slices, bean sprouts, blood cockles, and dark soya sauce.

You can see this dish everywhere and the most delicious char kway teow is Outram Park Fried Kway Teow Mee in 531A Upper Cross Street #02-17, Hong Lim Food Centre. You also can get it in Hill Street Fried Kway Teow in Blk 16 Bedok South Road #01-41.

  1. Bak Chor Mee

Another popular street food in Singapore is bak chor mee. As its Chinese, it means minced pork noodles, and so you can get the noodles and pork as its main dishes with several complimentary. Usually, it serves thin egg noodles and tossed in feisty chili paste, black vinegar, and oil, with crispy pork lard, pork slices, pork dumplings, pork balls, and minced pork.

The most popular bak chor mee in Tai Wah Pork Noddle in 531A Upper Cross St #02-16, Hong Lim Market & Food Centre.

Those street food recommendations you should not miss while traveling around Singapore and don’t forget go to Orchad Road. Just try them and be careful if you have the food allergy or something like that either the Muslims.