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Into local food ...

Post by Guest123 » Thu, 21 Apr 2005 10:08 am

I'm working now since more than a months in Singapore, and still dont know what to order at the hawkers centers. Maybe i need a crash course.

Someone like to show me the variety of the local cuisine?

Me: 27y, male, from switzerland, living near sumerset mrt

glutton

Post by glutton » Thu, 21 Apr 2005 11:08 am

Mains:
chicken rice
yong tau foo
prata/murtabak
nasi briyani
nasi lemak
satay
fried oysters
sup kambing

Drinks:
soya bean drink
teh halia

Desserts:
ice kacang
chendol
tau hu hwa
:P

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Post by cinder » Thu, 21 Apr 2005 9:20 pm

sometime next month will arrange introduction session to my pal -new comer in singapore- of local food. if you patience enough till that time.. then you are welcomed to join us!

i by all means am not expert on local thingy - including food, but somehow manage to know what to order and know some 'stars' of singapore food :lol:

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local food!

Post by sue85 » Thu, 21 Apr 2005 10:29 pm

hmmm, here are some other things you cld order..

-- wanton noodles
-- minced pork noodles
-- char siew rice
-- carrot cake
-- popiah
-- duck rice
-- fish ball noodles
-- chicken rice

just some of my favs! ;)

usually most hawker centers will have one noodle stall, one rice stall, one indian stall, one malay stall etc...

takashimaya has a nice hawker center and near you also -- it's just a little bit pricier than most, but the food is v gd.

urbanight

go on a free food tour

Post by urbanight » Fri, 22 Apr 2005 11:06 pm

Why don't you go on a food tour with the people from Beetlebox Youth Hostel. They do it every Thursday evening. You just pay for what you eat and it is great way to learn about Singapore food. Anyone is welcome to join their tours.

http://www.betelbox.com/hostel_foodwalks_tours.htm

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