Top 5 Local Food you SHOULD Try!! (in our opinion)

Singapore is Food City.
There are definitely many other (good) reasons to visit Singapore, such as the Night Safari, Marina Bay Sands etc but one CANNOT come to our little red dot without having some of our MUST-TRY!

Here at Bunc @ Radius, we introduce you our top 5 favourite dishes (in our opinion) that you should try.

1. Singapore Chili Crab

Who could resist this oh-so-yummy chilli crab that is popular among both locals and tourists? You can’t miss this when you visit Singapore. This spicy-sweet tomato gravy goes perfect with deep fried buns. We guarantee you’ll lick your fingers clean once you’re done and that’s right, get your hands dirty eating it!

We recommend: Jumbo Seafood along @ Riverside

2. Chicken Rice

Chicken rice, is everywhere. You will probably find one in every hawker centre in Singapore but Singaporeans just can’t get enough of it. But where is the BEST chicken rice?

We recommend: Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice (Maxwell Food Centre located at Chinatown)

3. Kaya Toast

Kaya (or also known as coconut jam) consists of coconut milk, pandan flavour and sweetened by sugar. Spoil yourself and enjoy the kaya toast with a generous helping of butter, you won’t regret it.

We recommend: Ya Kun Kaya Toast.

4. Roti Prata

Roti Prata is a salty Indian Pancake / Flatbread fried over a flat grill. It is often eaten with mutton or fish curry and sold mostly by Indian Muslims at coffeeshops and hawker centres. Unlike the normal pancake, this pancake belong to the savoury cateogry.

We recommend: Mr and Mrs Mohgan’s Super Crispy Roti Prata

5. Satay

Often mistaken for a kebab, the satay taste nowhere like a kebab. . There’s the peanut dip, sweet and spicy and the  meat is marinated with different local spices. Satay is usually served with refreshing sides of chopped raw cucumber and onions, along with ketupat (rice cakes steamed in woven coconut leaves).

We recommend: Haron’s Satay

Stay tuned for part 2: 5 things not commonly seen in Singapore!

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