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    Top dishes of the Singapore cuisine

    Never heard of Food Blues? The awesome track by Bobby Bare is a must-listen for all you food lovers out there! And talking of Singapore, the Lion City is a small country with a voracious appetite. You can’t even think of missing the Singapore delicacies even if you are on diet.

    And the breaking news is — Singapore cuisine is not just about prawns, fish and chicken but the cuisine has love for veggies too. So, we move from herbivores to carnivores giving you a quick idea of what to gorge on while in Singapore.

    1. Khway Chap

    The flavor of herbs and spicy effect makes it the most famous food in Singapore for Indians

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    Kway Chap is one of the most famous vegetarian dishes among all Singapore foods. The chap is dipped in spicy liquid which has handmade chili sauce, and believe us it’s amazing.

    Where to try: Tian Ci Vegetarian Food
    Cost for two: INR 300

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    2. Laksa

    Noodles dipped in natural herbs and creamy curry is a famous food in Singapore

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    Laksa among Singapore foods, is a peculiar dish in every way, be it the taste or presentation. The laksa paste is cooked with noodles till the time, the juice enters the noodles completely, and that is why it gives you a wow experience. The spices and the aroma would not let you leave this dish till you empty the bowl.

    Where to try: YWQ Vegetarian Bistro
    Cost for two: INR 550

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    3. Rojak

    Delicious food in Singapore being vegetarian

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    With beans, sprouts, pineapple, cucumber and peanuts melting in your mouth, your taste buds will fail to judge whether it is salty, sweet, sour or bitter. Chinese spices add an Indian touch and the red gravy temptation is tough to resist. The rating falls in the section of nice food in Singapore.

    Where to try: Soon Heng Rojak
    Cost for two: INR 300

    Non-vegetarians, here is your journey of gastronomical delight with Singapore cuisine.

    4. Fish Head Curry

    The most famous food in Singapore

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    In layman’s language, this is just ‘head in the soup’. And Indians have a soft corner for this dish because it comprises flavorful fish dipped in chili curry and is eaten with rice or bread.

    Where to try: Samy’s Curry Restaurant
    Cost for two: INR 2,000

    5. Chili Crab

    Delicious food of Singapore with chili curry

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    This is another signature from the gamut of Singapore traditional food. The tangy tomato curry and salted yoghurt remind you of Indian curries. Crab enthusiasts would love it with mini buns. Once served, the average time to finish this dish is just 10 minutes; you can’t resist it.

    Where to try: Roland Restaurant
    Cost for two: INR 3,000

    6. Chicken Rice

    Cheapest hence the national food of Singapore

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    This is not the typical chicken rice you are thinking about, this is the national food of Singapore. Be it a food stall, hawker, luxury hotel or an animal center, this dish is available at every corner in the country. Quite aptly termed as fast food in Singapore, it is the well roasted chicken dipped in soy sauce with garlic and ginger that differentiates it from the common chicken rice available everywhere. The subtlety has made chicken rice ‘poor men’s food’ in Singapore cuisine.

    Where to try: Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice
    Cost for two: INR 1,000

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    7. Char Kway Teow

    The carrot cake of Singapore cuisine

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    This is not diet food but yeah,who can resist this beautiful looking dish? Prawns and eggs are as exotic in Singapore cuisine like Dal Makhani and Butter Chicken in India. Char Kway Teow is made using the ‘breadth of wok’technique which is similar to ‘dum’ process in India. And yes, the taste becomes heavenly when fried pork becomes an additional variant of this famous food in Singapore.

    Where to try: Hill Street Fried Kway Teow
    Cost for two: INR 1,000

    8. Wantan Mee

    Wantan mee

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    The wholesome platter comprises juicy meat—dry and red, with greenery of veggies all around. Tastes best when this Singapore traditional food is combined with pork.

    Where to try: Dajie Niang Dou Fu
    Cost for two: INR 1,200

    Experienced loads of nice food in Singapore!! Now allow desserts to ‘clear the table’.

    9. Chai Tow Kuay

     The carrot cake of Singapore cuisine

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    This is the most weird, and different carrot cake that you would have ever tasted. You might be thinking why this is not red? That’s because carrot is sandwiched between white flour and layers of cake. To make it a little peppy the sweet dish is slightly tweaked. The carrot cake is cut into pieces and noodles loaded with soy sauce are filled in the void.

    Where to try: Song Zhou Luo Bo Gao
    Cost for two: INR 600

    10. Ice Kachang

    The icy wavy cup of beans and fruit

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    The dessert not only fills your tummy but is nirvana for a foodie’s wandering soul. The ice shaved mountain with fruits, beans and creamed corns is a sweet quencher. Yeah! This is for you healthy people around. One bowl full is only 10 calories, so health conscious people can afford to try it even twice a day.

    Where to try: Jin Jin hot/cold desserts
    Cost for two: INR 1,000

    We know your tongue is reaching the ground but you can’t eat the pictures right. Visit the Lion City for a sumptuous drive of food. Besides scrumptious Singapore cuisine, there is finger-licking desi food—like chole bhature, paneer tikka (cottage cheese) and breads dipped in curry—too. Song of India and Samy’s Curry Restaurant are two of the best Indian restaurants in Singapore where you can full yourselves in just INR 1,500 for two.

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