20 Times Singapore Proved That It Is The Best Food City In The World

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Singapore is a city filled with colourful cuisines and all sorts of (fattening) goodies. Eating is a national hobby in Singapore and it is not exaggerating to say that Singaporeans are all foodies in our own rights.

Here are 20 Times Singapore Proved To Be The Best Food City.

Zion Road Char Kway Teow

#1 THIS PLATE OF CHAR KUAY TEOW FROM ZION ROAD

Nothing says comfort food like char kuay teow with egg, bean sprouts and lap cheong (chinese sausage).

Janggut Laksa

#2 A BOWL OF SAVOURY LAKSA FROM JANGGUT LAKSA

One of the best bowls of laksa you can find in Singapore! If you haven’t tried this, you haven’t lived.

Roti Prata

#3 THE BEST ROTI PRATA FROM RK EATING HOUSE IN SERANGOON GARDENS

Roti prata is a lifetime staple. ‘Nuff said!

Xiao Di Hokkien Mee

#4 HOKKIEN MEE FROM XIAO DI HOKKIEN MEE

If you love the wet version of Hokkien Mee, you will love Xiao Di Hokkien Mee’s renditon.

Long Beach Seafood Crab Beehoon

#5 CRAB BEE HOON FROM LONG BEACH SEAFOOD

This is a pot of delicious crab goodness.

Fatcat Waffles Salted Egg Yolk Sauce

#6 CHARCOAL WAFFLES WITH SALTED EGG YOLK SAUCE FROM FAT CAT ICE CREAM BAR

Salted egg yolk tastes great in desserts too.

Punggol Bazaar Tutu Kueh

#7 TINY KUEH TUTUS FROM LAU TAN TUTU KUEH

A sweet childhood snack with peanut or coconut fillings, Tutu Kueh is ever comforting.

kacang puteh man

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#8 KACANG PUTEH FROM KACANG PUTEH PUSHCART OUTSIDE PEACE CENTRE

Probably the last kacang puteh seller in Singapore.

yuan yang much chee

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#9 INTERESTING YUAN YANG MUAH CHEE FROM CIRCUIT ROAD FOOD CENTRE

Muah chee (chewy glutinous rice flour) is common but white and black sesame ones? Now that’s something.

Shiok Maki

#10 SHIOK MAKI FROM KOH GRILL & SUSHI BAR

The one dish that makes everyone go back to Koh Grill & Sushi Bar again and again is the Shiok Maki. It is a maki made up of avocado, unagi and aburi salmon, drenched with a supremely addictive creamy sauce that is seemingly a legit mixture of mayo and mentai, then topped with a copious amount of tobiko.

Chin Mee Chin Kaya Toast

#11 TRADITIONAL KAYA TOAST AND SOFT BOILED EGGS SET FROM CHIN MEE CHIN CONFECTIONERY

Chin Mee Chin Confectionery is an icon of Singapore in its own rights and you have to try their legendary kaya toast and eggs.

Red House

#12 THE ICONIC CHILLI CRAB

We Singaporeans sure love our chilli crabs. Its savoury chilli sauce goes well with deep-fried mantous (buns) too.

Eng Kee Wanton Mee

#13 A SIMPLE BOWL OF WANTON MEE FROM ENG KEE NOODLE HOUSE

A classic Singapore dish of noodles, char siew, vegetables, wantons (dumplings) and hot soup.

prawn otah

Photo Credit: Wee Lee Brothers

#14 APPETISING OTAH FROM LEE WEE AND BROS OTAH

This is another traditional snack made of ground fish meat that is seasoned and wrapped in coconut leaves before it is flame grilled.

Qi Ji Popiah

#15 THIS DELIGHTFUL ROLL OF POPIAH FROM QI JI

An alternative to the Western style crepes, the Chinese popiah has fillings such as steamed turnip, bangkuang, tofu, shredded omelette and chopped peanuts.

Chomp Chomp BBQ Stingray

#16 A PLATE OF SPICY SAMBAL STINGRAY FROM CHOMP CHOMP FOOD CENTRE

Hands down one of the best hawker food in Singapore.

Rojak

#17 LOVE ROJAK FOREVER

Even meat lovers will devour a plate of Singapore Rojak—essentially fruit and vegetable salad in sweet and spicy sauce.

Accor Food & Wine Festival Singapore Sling

#18 OUR SINGAPORE SLING IS WORLD FAMOUS

Yes, we have our very own national cocktail—the Singapore Sling.

Ice Cream Sandwich

#19 ICE CREAM SANDWICH

Buzzfeed needs to know that these Ice Cream Sandwiches are unique to Singapore. Yes, we own them.

Yet Con Chicken Rice

#20 HAINANESE CHICKEN RICE

And because there is nothing quite like Hainanese Chicken Rice in Singapore.