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Singapore Food Guide

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Updated: 2nd November, 2017
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Azmi Restaurant

SINGAPOREAN RESTAURANT

"Tasty chapati and curries."

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Usman Restaurant

SINGAPOREAN RESTAURANT

"Very tasty curry and naan."

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Imam Banana Leaf Restaurant

SINGAPOREAN RESTAURANT

"Tasty banana leaf and biriyani."

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Eminent Frog Porridge

SINGAPOREAN RESTAURANT

"Spicy and piping hot frogs in a clay pot with congee (rice porridge). A speciality of the Geylang area."

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Chinatown Food Street

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD

"Very popular tourist street for street food."

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Koh Grill & Sushi Bar

JAPANESE RESTAURANT

"Expect queues here. It's most famous for the Shiok Maki ($16.80) which is absolutely delicious."

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Yum Cha Chinatown

SINGAPOREAN RESTAURANT

"Popular old-style Chinese dim sum restaurant."

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Hwa Heng Beef Noodles

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"These are the second and third generation folks of the old and wonderful Odeon Beef Noodle back in the day. They created and made this popular."

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Ah Lim Oyster Omelette

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"This humble husband and wife team began in a street food cart before relocating and roosting in this corner hawker centre stall. He hunches over the cast iron pan and tossed up one of the best, roasty, crispy yet gummy starchy omelette topped with juicy quick seared oysters."

— Ranked #50 at the World Street Food Top 50 2017"

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Heng Kee Curry Chicken Noodle

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"Street food evolves and in the “meld” of culinary cultures, the Teochews are now famous for curry noodles, of all things, in Singapore. The curry is uber smooth and the fresh poached chicken does it justice and with that dollop of added sambal, this dish charges the system till it’s time to go home for the day."

— Ranked #45 at the World Street Food Top 50 2017"

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Keng Eng Kee Seafood

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"The husband and wife founder toiled in a humble hawker centre stall over 20 ago and today, because of their diligence, inventiveness and with the support of their older Gen Y kids helming the business, they have become an icon of sorts. Even 3 Michelin and celebrity chefs patiently wait for their signatures like the Moonlight Fried Kway Teow, the Ming Choo Tempura, spinach with crispy ikan bilis or anchovies plus their kid friendly Marmite Fried Chicken."  - Ranked #28 at the World Street Food Top 50 2017"

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Hill Street Tai Hwa Bak Chor Mee

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"They are the first family behind this Singapore invented dish and the second generation, already in his sixties, have now received"

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An Ji Sang Mee

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"The way this hawker fries up thin egg noodles or mee kia into a mount of crispy noodle is just part one of the artistry. Beef or"

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Kim’s Fried Hokkien Mee

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"They call him the “Rolex Mee Master” as his only way of telling you he has arrived as a street food vendor is to wear long sleeved shirt and a Rolex watch. But don’t be deceived, this old master artfully injects a lot of attention into the shrimp stock which he carefully fries, scoop by scoop, into his noodles topped with seafood and"

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Soon Wah Fishball Kway Teow Mee

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"In true traditions of the South Chinese Teochew folks, these fishball noodle masters make every ball by hand from seasoned fish paste. It’s served atop soup or sambal laced noodle with some greens."

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Tan's Tu Tu Coconut Cake

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"This is the family that invented the rice flour pancake stuffed with sugared peanuts and caramelised grated coconut. The daughter of the late creator now runs this humble yet efficient little stall in that same tradition of her father."

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Master Tang Wanton Mee

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"Master Tang is the 80+ year old chef which began his career after he left the toil of China in the hardship years. He learned from old experts and grew to become the chef trainer at the famous Crystal Jade group of restaurants."

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Chey Sua Fried Carrot Cake

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"They are believed to be the first to introduce the now popular fried carrot cake frittata style. They make their own cakes and the quality shines through."

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Sin Kee Famous Cantonese Chicken Rice

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"There is boldness in their rendition of this national dish of Singapore. The rice is oily enough, intensely flavoured and the chicken is chopped into confident and shiny pieces of poached goodness with a very coherent soy and sesame oil sauce."

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Nasi Ambeng Dapur Ummi

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"This is regarded as a Muslim dish created in Singapore, its own nasi tumpeng if you must. It was first served in Singapore in a restaurant back in the 80s."

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Hoy Yong Seafood Restaurant

SINGAPOREAN STREET FOOD (NOT VISITED)

"If ever there is such a thing as a “Singapore restaurant”, these no frills cze cha (cook and fry) stalls is it. Like many, Hoy Yong offers the"

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