- 11 Kadayanallur St., Singapore 069184 Singapore
Ignore the heat and come into this massive semi-inside building housing kiosks serving delicious and cheap food. Try the chicken rice, maybe one of the greatest dishes ever made, and wash it down with a ice cold lime juice. When in doubt get in the longest line and eat what the locals are having. A must do in Singapore,Popular with
- 2Newton Circus, Singapore5 reviews
You can't stop by in Singapore without experiencing authentic Hawker Food. Newton offers the best selection in one spot. It's a bit over priced compared to the other local hawker centers, but you can't beat having it all in one place. Try the Sambal Stingray and Oyster Omelette especially.Popular with
- 3333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867 Singapore
Came here back in 1999, and some locals in a newsgroup declared Chatterbox to be the best Hainan Chicken Rice in town. Well it was quite a feast at almost $12 at the time, considered very expensive, but somehow didn't quite compare to the ethereal version at Nam Ah 1964 in Hong Kong/Causeway Bay, a flavor and style I grew ...Popular with
- 41 Kadayanallur Street, Singapore 069184
This stall at Maxwell Food Centre is said to serve the best chicken rice in Singapore. The outside of the stall is covered with its positive reviews, including one from Anthony Bourdain. That said, this chicken rice won't appeal to everyone. The chicken is poached and the texture is a bit slimy. I did like the flavorful rice and the ...Popular with
- 51 The Knolls, Capella Singapore, Singapore
This lovely Mediterranean restaurant at Capella has lovely views and you could almost be forgiven for thinking you've landed in Bali. Good food with exceptional atmosphere. A nice spot for a decadent lunch or brunch. A great place to enjoy Capella even if you aren't a guest. The menu also includes a few Southeast Asian options but they are eye ...Popular with
- 753 East Coast Road, Singapore 428771 Singapore3 reviews
Curry laksa has been called the national dish of Singapore, and this institution off Joo Chiat Rd. does it as well as anyone. Dirt cheap, a large bowl of this coconut-and-prawn-paste base noodle soup, full of prawns and mussels, will set you back only $6 SGD. Singapore is a serious food city, and if you're curious about its signature dish, ...Popular with
- 949 East Coast Road2 reviews
*Closed* This laksa “was” great. I agree with John above, great to have a bit of competition. Unfortunately this has now closed. I don’t know if they have moved somewhere else or not, but I have not been able to find a new location. Now 328 is the last remaining laksa specialist in this area. A worrying development. This location ...
- 118 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039802 Singapore
Singapore is known for chilli crab or black pepper crab, but the best flavor is the white pepper crab at No Signboard - it is white pepper spicy and cooked with spring onions does not overpower the flavor of the meaty Sri Lankan crabs - give it a try! the chilli crab is good too more curry powder and less ...Popular with
- 17Blk 34 Whampoa West #01-93, Singapore 330034 Singapore
Boon Tong Kee is regarded by many as the restaurant with the best Hainanese Chicken, which the strangely call "Imperial Chicken." Indeed, it's better than any I've had before; it's moist, flavorful and meaty. The other dishes are great as well, particularly the spare ribs. Service was incredibly friendly, and this branch's location next to the MRT station can't be ...Popular with
- 19Tong Siew Fried Rice 41A Cambridge Road #01-23 Pek Kio Market and Food Centre S211041, Singapore, Singapore
Though the stall name states Fried Rice, but it is the Oyster Omelette (locally known as Orh Jian or Orh Neng) that is out of the world. If you are at Pek Kio Market Centre to eat the Wah Kee Prawn Noodles, check out this stall with a prominent sign $2.50. They serve only 3 items; fried rice S$2.50, fried ...
- 20179 Thomson Road, Goldhill Centre
Here's another suggestion for the local dishes in Singapore. Situated in a coffee shop beside Burger King (next to United Square Mall), this place is popular with the locals especially the lunch crowd from the nearby offices. Thus, avoid lunch hour. I love the chunky pieces of dory, fried to a lovely brown and succulent in milky broth (SG$4/$5 equivalent ...