Articles Tagged ‘“Singapore food”’

Must-Try Singapore Dishes

Must-Try Singapore Dishes March 22, 2012 | Food | Read More
One of the joys of travelling is trying out the local cuisine, and Singapore is rightly famous for its food. The city’s mix of ethnic cultures makes for a varied culinary landscape, so have fun checking out some of our picks of the must-try local dishes of Singapore. Chilli Crab Fresh Sri Lankan crabs...

Wet Markets of Singapore

Wet Markets of Singapore February 28, 2012 | Food | Read More
For an authentic shopping experience away from the organised calm of the air-conditioned malls, head down to a local wet market to take in the sights and sounds of local Singapore. Named because of the vast quantities of melting ice, and the constant washing-down of the fish and meat stalls, the wet...

Best Dessert Spots in Singapore

Best Dessert Spots in Singapore December 22, 2011 | Food | Read More
There are times when all of us would rather skip starters and main courses and head straight to the dessert menu. If this sounds like the norm for you, then check out the following dessert hotspots in Singapore, where it’s all about sugar and spice… and all things nice. Chocolate usually comes pretty...

Best Cheap Eats in Singapore

Best Cheap Eats in Singapore November 28, 2011 | Food | Read More
Singapore is not a cheap city by anyone’s standards. But for a city obsessed with designer brands and celebrity chefs, it is surprisingly easy to find cheap places to eat. For the most authentic culinary experience, all visitors should be sure to enjoy a meal in a local hawker centre at least once....

Best Neighbourhoods for the Foodie in Singapore

Best Neighbourhoods for the Foodie in Singapore November 22, 2011 | Food | Read More
Singapore is a food-obsessed nation so you won’t have to travel far to come across food stalls and restaurants selling all manner of delicious delicacies. However, there are a few standout areas within the city that you shouldn’t miss if you are dedicated to tantalising your tastebuds. Little India...

Best Italian Cuisine in Singapore

Best Italian Cuisine in Singapore November 18, 2011 | Food | Read More
For an Asian city, Singapore has a surprisingly large number of very good Italian restaurants. From pizza, to pasta to fine dining feasts, you’ll find plenty of choice when it comes to Italian cuisine here. Surprisingly Chinatown is a good place to head to for an Italian meal – Club Street is...

Where to take out of town guests for dinner in Singapore

Where to take out of town guests for dinner in Singapore October 19, 2011 | Food | Read More
Singapore is renowned for its diverse food scene and so out of town visitors are spoiled for choice when it comes to enjoying dinner here. A great experience for first-time visitors to Singapore is to visit a hawker centre. Singapore’s version of street food sees several food stalls all housed under...

Best Steakhouses in Singapore

Best Steakhouses in Singapore September 29, 2011 | Food | Read More
There are certain times when your hunger cravings demand a big fat juicy steak, dished up with crispy French fries and washed down with a large glass of red wine. If such a fancy takes you while you are in Singapore, then you are in luck as Singapore has some fine steak houses to cater to your carnivorous...

Best Sandwich in Singapore

Best Sandwich in Singapore September 28, 2011 | Food | Read More
Being an Asian city, lunch time treats in Singapore tend to be focussed around noodles, dumplings, soups and curries rather than the humble sandwich. You can find the odd sandwich shop, particularly in the financial district, where the large concentration of western foreigners make it worth their while,...

Clarke Quay Singapore

Clarke Quay Singapore September 27, 2011 | Food, Nightlife | Read More
Clarke Quay is where the young and restless come to play in Singapore. It is packed with restaurants, bars and nightclubs and buzzes with revellers every night of the week. The area received a dramatic $80 million makeover between 2004 and 2006 which included the installation of a ‘climate control...