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It’s no secret that Singaporeans love their food, and there’s certainly a lot to love. Our city is a treasure trove for foodies, offering a multitude of dining options.

 

Chilli Crab

Seafood aficionados shouldn’t miss chilli crab, a lip-smacking combination of sweet crab and egg-tomato gravy. A popular place to try some is No Signboard Seafood

Hainanese Chicken Rice

You can’t visit this nation without trying this highly popular poached chicken dish, Hainanese chicken rice. Sample the crowd-pleasing flavours at Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice at Maxwell Food Centre.

Laksa

The traditional place to head to for a piping hot bowl of laksa, a coconut-based curry noodle soup, is Peranakan enclave Katong. Among the choice options are 328 Katong Laksa.

Char Kway Teow

An unforgettable favourite is char kway teow. Flat rice noodles are fried with sweet and savoury soy sauce, chilli, eggs, bean sprouts, cockles, Chinese pork sausages, chives and sometimes prawns and fish cakes. No.18 Fried Kway Teow at Zion Riverside Food Centre does a scrumptious rendition.

A well-liked South Chinese Teochew dish is or luak or or jian, a fried oyster omelette made with sweet potato flour, succulent fresh oysters and eggs. A good spot is Katong Keah Kee Fried Oysters at the Singapore Food Trail.