Stall in Singapore’s Chinatown specialising in hand-pulled noodles made right in front of you. But I loved the (wafer thin) xiao long baos here even more.
A wonderful guest post detailing an exquisite Omakase Shin experience at Shinji by Kanesaka, Singapore. The original is in Tokyo & it holds 2 Michelin stars.
3 exciting and ‘scary’ Singapore hawker dishes covered here: frog porridge, BBQ sambal stingray and see hum (blood cockles). Food paradise!!
Hainanese Chicken Rice (海南鸡饭) is a signature Singapore hawker dish of poached chicken with fragrant rice, served with a tangy chilli sauce.
I’ve recently thought deeply about why Singapore (and Malaysian) food in Australia just doesn’t taste the same as back home.
Eng’s Wan Tan Mee, wonton noodles in Singapore. Originally in Dunman Rd and Circuit Rd.
Food blogger explores all of Singapore in search of good coffees and brunch spots. Results were surprisingly good! Follow his coffee trail.
A quick tour of the popular hawker stalls (and family favourites) in this old established Singapore hawker centre.
Photo story – Migrant returns to Singapore to spend time with his mum who’s been diagnosed with cancer. The story pivots around food.