Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Singapore I love - FOOD

I was commenting to hubby a few nights ago over a big dish of Chili Crab that if ever I have to leave Singapore for good I would definitely miss the food. 
Yes, it’s really a food paradise here.  Well my mom’s kitchen boasts also of a wonderful gastronomic experience, but for the adventurous and the daring foodies, yes this tiny island state is a haven.
An amalgam of Chinese, Malay, Indian, Thai, Japanese, Italian, French, Portuguese, German, American, African, Mexican, Spanish, Russian, Swiss, Dutch and many more…
Char Kway Teow, Hainanese Chicken Rice and Fish Ball Noodles are some Chinese delicaies that are definitely worth the try.  It's hard to pass up an Indian breakfast of roti-prata, griddle-fried flaky white-flour bread served with mild chicken curry.  And who says no to the traditional breakfast of kaya toast, half boiled eggs and coffee?
Barbequed stringray topped with a magnificent sambal (spicy prawn and chilli paste) with lime or sugar cane juice is an eating experience you definitely would not want to miss.
Take a seat in after you ordered your banana leaf set. A choice selection of ready made fish, chicken, mutton, vegetable, in curry that comes along with briyanni rice.  Lime juice is definitely the obligatory drink that refreshes your curry scorched palates.
I could go on and on… And words are not enough to describe a uniquely Singaporean gastronomic experience.  You have to experience it yourself.  Hope this pictures would whet your appetite...Hmmmm Yummy…

sliced fish soup with milk

chilli crab :)

banana leaf set (briyanni rice chicken mutton)

fried tofu in thai style sauce

black pepper crab with rice

sea bass in something sauce...basta masarap pramis :)


japanese array

sushi, shrimps, baked mussels and crablets :)

Aston's black pepper chicken &  my to die for
potato salad (OA lang) but really its masarap

chicken curry

chicken curry and kopi (coffee with milk)

laksa (noodle in spicy milky broth)

Cafe Cartel's steak 

traditionally breakfast
kaya toast & half boiled egg with kopi or tea :)

And a whole lot more...These are just a few of my food adventure souvenir shots in Singapore.  So what are you waiting for, do visit Singapore and have a food experience of a lifetime. :)

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