Tag Archive: 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...

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....

11 Best Char Kway Teow In Singapore That’s Worth The Heart Attack

24 August

Hawker delicacies are aplenty in Singapore, and perhaps one of the most popular local dishes is Char Kway Teow, and for a very good reason too. The combination of dark sweet sauce, pork lard and the fragrant and flavourful wok hei make this dish delightfully sinful yet satisfying. Apart from the usual artery-clogging dish we all know and love, another variation is its Penang...

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...

Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House – DIY Popiah Buffet At S$18++ On Weekends

7 July

Popiah is popular local snack made up of a thin, paper-like crepe wrapper that is filled with braised, julienned vegetables as well as other toppings such as boiled eggs, prawns and crisps followed by a dash of garnishing. It is not difficult to find popiah around Singapore—be it coffee shops or eateries, you wouldn’t face many troubles when it comes to satisfying...