Tag Archive: Best Local Food Singapore

7 Local Food Legends You Need To Try Before They’re Gone Forever

9 November

There’s no hiding the fact that food is the lifeblood of Singapore. It’s what keeps her people going, and it’s what brings them together. While some might say Singapore doesn’t have much culture, to begin with, to us, food is our culture. Of which, the embodiment is readily found in the form of a hawker centre. It represents a collection...

Chai Chee Kway Chap – Solid Kway Chap At Only S$3.40 You Must-Try When In Bedok

6 November

One thing that many of us Singaporeans love to indulge in is some good-old kway chap. This sinful yet satisfying dish is a popular favourite that is sold at multiple hawker centres all over Singapore. Despite looking so simple, a dish like kway chap is not easy to prepare. It requires a lot of tedious preparation such as proper cleaning of...

7 Local Hawker Dishes That Epitomise The Term “Wok Hei”

21 September

If you are a Singaporean, let alone Chinese, and you still don’t know what the term “wok hei” refers to, then you need to buckle up and read this article because you are missing out on some very important information. In Chinese, the term wok hei translates to, “breath of the wok”, which might sound dramatic (as all Chinese sayings...

Fuman Seafood Zi Char — Honey Milk Pork Belly That’ll Leave You Begging For More

18 September

Singaporeans tend to disagree with one another on many things. Whether it is about keeping or repealing certain laws or whether pineapples should be on pizza—we all have our own differences and opinions for different situations. However, one thing that we can all unanimously agree on is that zi char is one of the best things to eat in Singapore....

9 Best Laksa To Try If You’re All About That Lemak Life

15 September

Put aside what you know about Peranakan laksa because we aren’t talking about the sourish assam version. Here in Singapore, we enjoy laksa that’s rich, spicy and full-bodied. The sort that comes served with a coconut-based curry soup with rice noodles alongside ingredients like cockles, shrimp, tau pok and fish cake. Laksa is one of Singapore’s most iconic dishes and...

8 Great Mee Siam Places That’ll Make You Siam Your Exercise Plans

11 September

You can’t call yourself a true blue Singaporean if you haven’t heard of or tried mee siam. A Malay noodle dish that is commonly eaten for breakfast, this local comfort food classic is enjoyed by folks of all races. For those of you who don’t know what mee siam is, it is simply a dish that typically comprises bee hoon (rice...

8 No-Frills Roast Meat Places In Singapore For The Carnivores

9 August

People say that chicken soup is for the soul but we much rather have a plate of perfectly roasted meats any day. The crispy crackling skin, juicy meat and flavourful marinade get to us all the time. Oh yes, nothing beats devouring a roast pork, roast duck or char siew—you can have them during celebrations and even as comfort food....

Old Airport Road Food Centre Guide – 11 Of Our Ultimate Must-Eats

17 July

Ask any foodie where some of the country’s best local eats can be found and many would point you towards Old Airport Road Food Centre. With over a hundred stalls in a colossal hawker complex, one would naturally be spoiled for choice. Whether you’re looking to start your day proper with a brilliantly brewed cup of kopi, or simply indulge in a...

Toast Hut—The Best Of Coffee & Toast By Next-Gen Hawkerpreneur

13 July

Nothing beats a good ol’ slice of traditional kaya butter toast and a cup of coffee for breakfast. For the uninitiated, kaya is a custard essentially derived from a mix of pandan, coconut milk, eggs and sugar to give it a creamy texture. Although Kaya Toast and other traditional breakfast staples alike are commonly available, Toast Hut is one you should make...

Adam Road Food Centre – 6 Best Stalls That You Legit Need To Try

28 September

The hawker centre on Adam Road is among one of our top few favourites in Singapore. Although a lot smaller than its other counterparts across the island such as Lau Pa Sat or even East Coast Lagoon Food Village, this food centre houses a higher concentration of Malay and Indian food stalls, making it our go-to whenever those cravings kick...