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Mee Rebus, Chwee Kueh
Mee Rebus Decades ago, this dish was sold by itinerant hawkers who carried a pole across their shoulders. On one end of the pole was a basket containing a pot of boiling water; at the other end was another basket containing ingredients for mee r ...

Mee Siam, Mee Goreng
Mee Siam   This was originally a Thai dish of noodles made from rice flour noodles (vermicelli) and served in light, piquant gravy made from tamarind juice and dried shrimp, and served with toppings such as fresh calamansi, tiny cubes of fried ...


Nasi Briyani, Murtabak
  Nasi Briyani begins with uncooked rice fried gently in ghee or vegetable oil, together with a selection of spices and herbs such as cinnamon, pandan leaves, ginger, saffron and garlic.   This is then steamed in a stock made from ...

Nonya Kueh, Popiah
These Nonya kueh (cakes) are made from a variety of fulsome and flavourful ingre­dients such as coconut milk, sweet potatoes, tapioca, palm sugar and pandan leaves.  Presented together, they make up a colourful, pleasing platter, and ...

Otak Otak, Prawn Mee
Otak Otak is made of fresh mackerel pounded and marinated with coconut milk, ground chilli, onions, lemongrass, blue ginger and turmeric.  Then imagine this fragrant paste wrapped in a fresh banana leaf — which brings its own subtle fla ...

Peranakan Cuisine
Toward the end of the 19th century and into the early 20th century, there were Chinese traders who settled in Malacca, Penang and Singapore. Many of these men married Malay women, and their community came to be known as the Peranakans, or the Straits ...

Restaurant Meals Under $10
Guarenteed Awesome Meals on a Budget Photoworthy meals don't have to cost a bomb. Learn where to get a satisfying meal fix without going over budget. Create some tantalizing food porn from these selected food outlets that serve up a filling meal tha ...

Restaurants Kid Eats Free
WEEKEND SPECIAL  This weekend, bring your little one out at absolutely no cost! Do you miss your date nights? Where all you had to do was pay for two and not the little ones that popped out over the years? Having a family does not mean you h ...

Rojak
Rojak Rojak, which means “wild mix” or “combination of ingredients” in Malay, is built on a vibrant assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, which may include pineapple, cucumber, sweet turnip, water spinach, green apple, beansprouts, ...

Roti John, Nasi Lemak
Roti John The foreigners would always ask him to fry up an onion omelette, which they would eat with a side order of bread. They ate so much of it, and so often, that Mr Shukor decided to create a ‘two-in-one’ dish for them. He added the bre ...

Roti Prata
Watching this South Indian flatbread being made is almost as much fun as eating it! With a few deft flicks of the wrist, a skilled “prata” man transforms a small, elastic dough blob into a paper-thin sheet, snapping and flapping it thro ...

Satay
Satay Theories abound as to the origin of these bamboo skewers of sweet-spicy meat, barbecued over charcoal to an irresistibly smoky, savoury finish. Did they descend from the kebabs cooked by Arab traders who arrived here a century ago? Or were th ...

Streetdirectory Guide To Restaurants For Mothers Day
As we all know by now, Mother's Day is coming soon on 11th May - this Sunday! Without further ado, here's Streetdirectory's list of recommended restaurants for Mother's Day celebrations!   Asian Restaurant 1) First Culinary Restaurant F ...

Tea & Coffee
  Singapore’s coffee and tea (known as kopi and teh respectively) stalls have many signature specialities. There are basic combinations such as tea with condensed milk and sugar (teh), black tea with sugar only (the-O), tea with condens ...

Thai Food to Try
Thailand is one travel destination most Singaporeans frequent. With the good SGD-THB exchange rate, everything seems more affordable there in the land of smiles. We are undeniably fond of their native cuisines. Tomyam goong, padi thai, green thai c ...

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