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Top 11 Authentic Food in Singapore You Want To Try - Must-try authentic food in Singapore

One of the best parts about travelling is being able to treat yourself to delightful food and these 12 types of food in Singapore make the must-try list of food.


Bak Kut Teh

You cannot visit Singapore and not enjoy a Bak Kut Teh. This pork bone tea is a popular type of street food and a common snack at most households


Wanton Mee

Wanton Mee has different variations in the neighbouring countries but the one found in Singapore has a distinct difference that make it unique and tasty. The dry noodle with the sauce and the thinly sliced pork meat are two of the secrets to make the dish in Singapore tastier.


Fried Carrot Cake

Although the name says carrot this dish does not have carrots as an ingredient. The white preserved radish which looks like a white carrot is what gave the name to the dish. It is made with eggs, preserved radish and white radish flour.


Dim Sum

The most loved Dim Sum is popular in Singapore and there are so many street stalls, restaurants and even hotels that you can order Dim Sum from.


Kaya Toast

Kaya toast is a popular breakfast in Singapore and you are bound to come across many restaurants and hotels that serve this kaya toast which is a sweet and savoury breakfast.



Laksa is a dish that is extremely popular in Singapore as it is loved not only by the locals but also the tourists who visit Singapore.


Curry Fish Head

The name of the dish gives it away as the dish is of a fish head that was cooked in a thick broth along with spices and other ingredients to add flavour.


Oyster Omelette

It is an omelette but with that extra salty taste of the oyster. You are bound to love the tangy taste between the eggs and the oyster.


Hokkien Prawn Mee

Hokkien Prawn Mee is a favourite for more locals as you can find a combination of fried egg noodles and rice noodles with a variety of seafood such as prawns, fish and squid. In order to add more flavour, the meal is prepared with pork fat cubes and some people add pork to the dish to make it richer. Hotels in Asia Pacific located in properties of the Park Hotel Group are known to make different variations of this as it is a dish that most people like to eat.



It is like barbecue skewers but also nothing like it. The meat is made fresh and fried on the stick and is then dipped in a thick spicy peanut sauce which makes the meat that much more delightful.


Ice Kacang

This is a pleasant dessert and street food that is perfect for the tropical weather in Singapore. You can find this delightful treat in most of the street carts in Singapore.

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