Tag Archive: Local Food In Singapore

18 Zion Road Char Kway Teow – One of Singapore’s Hawker Legends

18 October

When you think of local food in Singapore, dishes that pop up in your mind immediately would definitely include Nasi Lemak, Chilli Crab and of course, Char Kway Teow. So, what makes a good plate of char kway teow? The answer is wok-hei, the amount of “liao” (ingredients) and the secret black sauce that gives the dish its amazing savoury flavour!...

Lai Xing Cooked Food – Delicious S$2.50 Kway Chap To Try At Hainanese Village Food Centre

15 September

If you’ve ever had a craving for some good and yummy hawker food that is under S$3, you’ll probably find a couple of hidden gems tucked away at the Hainanese Village Centre, which includes the mother-son duo kway chap specialists who run Lai Xing Cooked Food. Lai Xing Cooked Food at Hainanese Village Food Centre is known for their super...

The Living Room Eating House — Minimalistic Cafe Damn Good Bee Hoon & Mee Sua

19 December

The cafe scene in Singapore is always changing and it is not uncommon to find new cafes popping up all over our sunny little island.  However, the last place that we thought that we would ever find a cafe at is in a community club. Located inside of Leng Kee Community Club at Redhill is The Living Room House, a minimalistic,...

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...

10 Local Desserts Singaporeans Can’t Live Without

15 November

Photo Credit: healthguru Guess what Singaporeans would go crazy over? Sweet little desserts and treats to satisfy our sweet-tooth, that’s what! It does not matter whether we are talking about the launch of a new Bingsu stall or a Gelateria, you can eventually expect an exuberant response from the entire nation. However, despite the fad and the craze, we are still...

Koung’s Wan Tan Mee – Famous S$4 Wonton Mee In Aljunied

9 October

Commonly regarded one of Singapore’s best local foods, wonton mee has enjoyed widespread popularity for good reason. Be it for the noodles, chilli, char siew or the wonton, this simple yet classic dish will continue to remain as one of our favourite and go-to comfort foods in Singapore. And one of the best places to get some quality wonton mee without breaking the bank...