11 Ramadan Bazaars To Visit In 2018 When Geylang Serai Gets Too Crowded

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Alternative Ramadan Bazaars in SG   Image adapted from: @jihye_e21 Ah, Geylang Serai Bazaar , the talk of the town this season. With more than 1000 food and retail stores filling it’s streets by dusk, the place is filled with traditional apparel, delicious grub…and hundreds of other sweaty Singaporeans.  For...
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10 Local Foods For Overseas Friends To Try In Central Singapore Under 24 Hours

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Around the Singapore food scene in 24-hours   “What is the best Singaporean dish?” might be the million-dollar question that leaves you stumped. You won’t have the 50-50 option or enough time to call a friend, and you can’t escape your responsibility as a Singaporean to give your friends from...
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14 Legendary Singaporean Hawkers So Good They Can "Pang Gang" Early Every Day
Singapore's legendary hawkers   Adapted from  Source It’s annoying when lunchtime has barely started and you are eagerly anticipating your meal, only see your favourite hawker stall closed. It’s even more annoying when you have been queuing for the longest time, and when it’s finally your turn, the lady boss...
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10 Underrated Food Creations By Fellow Singaporeans That Are Better Than Cheese Tarts

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Novel Delights By Fellow Locals   Nowadays, it seems like everything great is imported. Think matcha ice-cream, frozen yoghurt or even dim sum. We always assume that amazing F&B creations are only from other countries, discounting the ability of locals to whip up innovative treats of that calibre. As a...
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13 Best Claypot Dishes In Singapore - Fried Porridge, Popiah & Frog Leg Steamboat

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Quirky Claypot Creations   Uncovering the lid to a steamy waft of drool-inducing fragrance, the reminiscence of home-cooked food like mother used to make, and that iconic caramelisation formed at the charring bottom. Such are the inimitable aspects of claypot cuisine that it is widely known and loved for. But...
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11 Best Kaya Creations In Singapore That All Coconut Lovers Must Try

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Singapore's best kaya products   More than a tasty way to start the day, good ol’ kaya toast is a sweet and carby solution to hunger pangs occurring at all hours. But when your love for the deliciously green coconut paste knows no bounds, there needs to be alternative kaya...
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12 Foods That Undoubtedly Originated In Singapore And Can Only Be Found Here

Reppin' The Local Food Scene     The great “national dish” debate has been going on for as long as mankind has picked up a fork and spoon. There’s just something about claiming the bragging rights to a delectable dish your country has bestowed upon the rest of the world....
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14 Super Shiok Makan Places In JB You've Missed Out On Until Now

Secret’s Out   All my life, I’ve sniggered at Singaporeans for claiming they’ve eaten the best in JB (you know nothing!). Raise your hand if you’ve only ever eaten at either City Square, Kam Loong Curry Fish Head, or Soon Soon Heng Bak Kut Teh. I bet all of you...
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Young Singaporean Hawkers - We Speak To The Unsung Heroes of Our Food Culture

Singapore's Young Hawkers   One of my most memorable experiences growing up was weekend breakfasts at hawker centres with my family. Our usual haunts were Ang Mo Kio or Toa Payoh, where I’d have my favourite bowl of fishball noodles or nasi lemak. Hawker centres are precious to many Singaporeans...
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12 Unbelievable Salted Egg Dishes You Can Eat In Singapore

The Best Salted Egg Dishes in Singapore   In a country obsessed with eating, we've seen many food trends come and go. One of the latest to hit our shores is the obsession over any dish with salted egg yolk sauce. Sweet or savoury, the salted egg flavour seems to...
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