What and where to eat?

Vibrant and surprising, this is Singapore, the Asian Tiger, a city, island and nation that with more than 5 million inhabitants has become a global icon. Together with Bangkok and Hong Kong, Singapore is currently one of the standards of Southeast Asia. Singapore is known for having two great national sports: eating and shopping. In a few places, food is taken so seriously and generates so much passion. This Food Blog is so far the best! In Asia, Singapore and Hong Kong are two great gastronomic centres. Singapore’s supporters argue that the city outperforms Hong Kong by having lower prices (by comparing the same level of service) and maintaining the same level of a Chinese rival.

There are numerous Food Blog and pages maintained on the internet by gourmets of Singapore of all ages and gastronomic interests addressing the food issue. Other pages are dedicated to sharing gastronomic experiences through the evaluations of their users. Questions like which is the best hawker or the best food court in the city or where you eat the best dish xo which is the best buffet or seafood restaurant and seafood generate heated discussions. Eating out is part of the day to day for a large part of Singaporeans. In addition, food plays an important role in family, religious, cultural and professional rituals of Singaporeans.

Flavours of Singapore – Food Blog:

Despite being a young country, Singapore ended up absorbing dishes from other cultures and creating versions that acquired their own identity with flavours that are only found in the city-state. The Laksa, the Hainanese Chicken Rice, the Roti Prata and the Rojak are some examples of dishes not originating in Singapore but that now have flavours or combinations of ingredients typical of the city.

The national dish is Chilli Crab, a dish born on the East Coast of Singapore that over the years, like the city itself, has been modified. But there are still places that claim to prepare the ancient recipe of Chilli Cobra. You can also try the Black Pepper Crab and the White Pepper Crab, more aromatic and less spicy versions.

Despite the fame of the drink created at the Raffles Hotel, Singapore Sling is far from being the national drink. Those who come closest to this concept would be coffee (Kopi, as it is called in Singapore) and tea (Teh in its local name) served in Singapore, which often with Malaysian influences adapted the city’s own colours.

The durian is the national fruit. With a very characteristic smell and flavour and an expensive price, it is a fruit that does not leave indifferent to those who taste it: either they love it or they hate it.

The Peranakan cuisine, a cuisine with Chinese roots and a strong Malay influence, also stands out in Singapore, having its historical origin in the first Chinese merchants who came to the island and married the locals. All thse are mentioned in the Food Blog.

The GUIDE OF SINGAPORE has a page dedicated entirely to the most typical flavours of Singapore.

These are the texts that we have already published in the GUIDE OF SINGAPORE about typical foods of the destination:

  • Bak Kut The
  • Biryani Rice
  • Char kway teow
  • Chilli Crab and many more!
  • Flavours of Asia

As the country has its roots in Malaysian, Indian and Chinese cultures, there is no shortage of restaurant options that offer the city’s visitors the best of these cuisines. You can also taste dishes from Indonesia, a neighbouring country of Singapore, in the city. It is worth noting that the kitchens of almost all the regions of these countries are present in Singapore. Nothing to eat only Chinese Cantonese food as Food Blog is used to in some countries. In Singapore, there are culinary traditions from various regions of China, India and Indonesia. You have more information on pages we have dedicated guide to Chinese cuisine, the Indian cuisine and Malaysian cuisine.

The offer of Japanese restaurants is large and ranges from kaiten (sushi served on a conveyor belt), through Japanese buffets to the art of traditional kaiseki. We have given more information on the Japanese cooking page of this guide.

Flavours of the world

The English and Dutch regional influence of the past, the presence of a large expatriate community and a large influx of tourists, coupled with the huge interest for local food created in Singapore the conditions for it to become a fertile ground for the Establishment of restaurants that offer the best of world gastronomy. In Singapore, you can find from restaurants with the signature of famous chefs to representatives of the largest chains of restaurants and fast food in the world. From the Brazilian churrasco, through the Turkish, Persian, German, French, Italian, Irish, Spanish cuisine to the Mongolian cuisine that is also present in the city.

Flavours for all budgets at Food Blog

To eat well in Singapore, you do not have to spend a fortune. The famous food of the Hawkers and Food Courts has prices around 5 SGD. There are numerous neighbourhood restaurants offering regional food at affordable prices. But if you want to try menus with the signature of renowned chefs, you will not miss options either.

Why travel to Singapore?

Touring the Singapore River by boat, eating in a hawker, seeing the skyscrapers from Merlion Park, visiting Little India, walking through Chinatown and having a drink in Clarke Quay are some of the experiences you can experience in Singapore. If everything said above can encourage you to visit Singapore, once you travel you will realize that the best of the city is its unique and unique environment. Singapore is a city where you will find people any day at any time: concerts, events and street life are common to all the inhabitants of the city.

Discover why tourism in Singapore increases year after year.

This part of the guide is dedicated to give you advice on the main dishes and sign up some establishments where you can find good food that is served in Singapore at all levels of sophistication and price. Check more at Food Blog.

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