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13 should try food in Singapore - Treat your taste buds!

Singapore is a country that has some of the most delightful food that will undoubtedly give you a memorable food experience to remember for the rest of your life.


Bak Kut Teh

Bak Kut Teh translates to Pork Bone Soup which resembles exactly how it is made. Pork bones are boiled and pepper and a few other spices are added to liven up the soup. Newer versions include pieces of diced pork to add weight to the dish. This is a dish of the common man and is also known as Pork tea due to the colour of the broth.


Wanton Mee

This popular Wanton Noodle dish is a popular street food that is prepared at many street food carts and is a common takeaway dish for those who do not wish to be cooking after a long hard day at work. The wanton noodles dish is eaten dry with a bit of sweet sauce.


White Carrot Cake

Even though the name says carrot the ingredients do not include carrots. Made out of preserved radish, eggs and white radish flour cake this is a delightful snack which comes in the black Carrot Cake form and Crispy carrot cake form.


Dim Sum

Even though you come across Dim Sum in many East Asian countries, you are bound to find the Dim Dum in Singapore rather delightful as there is a wider variety of fillings and coatings available in Singapore. Restaurants located within popular properties such as Naumi Hotels Singapore are known to have delightful dim sum on their menus.


Kaya Toast

Kaya toast is a popular breakfast that is available at hotels near Marina Bay. The grilled bread absorbing the coconut and egg kaya is a delightful breakfast and an on-the-go snack.



Laksa is a traditional dish that has the influence of both Chinese and Malay cuisine. There are two main types of laksa known as Curry Laksa and Asam Laksa. The differences between these are the type of noodles and the types of fish.


Curry Fish Head

A mouthwateringly delicious side dish that is perfect not only with steamed rice but also egg noodles and even Indian roti. The broth is bursting with flavour and full of delicious spices,


Bak Chor Mee

A divine dish for meat lovers as this dish contains a combination of minced pork, meatballs, fish balls, liver and fish cake slices.


Orh Lua

Orh Lua which is an Oyster omelette is a shredded oyster dish which is a popular side dish or a street food dish which comes with a delightful spicy soy sauce


Hokkien Prawn Mee

The dish is a combination of fried egg noodles made in a rich prawn broth and topped off with a combination of seafood and pork strips.



The love for Satay is an international aspect as you cannot deny how amazing these skewers are. The peanut sauce that you get to dip it into is undoubtedly the winner of this succulent skewer dish.


Tau Huay

A dessert that can be eaten both hot and cold and is a popular Chinese sweet dish. The traditional preparation brings out a soft and slightly grainy texture which soaks up the sugar syrup poured over the beancurd tofu.


Ice Kacang

A load of sugar that comes with a combination of beans that you wish for and can be found frequently at street markets as it is a delightful snack for when you are shopping and sightseeing.