Chinatown: Foodie Paradise

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Published on: July 7, 2013

There is no doubt that Singapore is a paradise for all people. If you are into foods, you are in the right place because there are many cuisines that you can try from Peranakan to Malay, Indian and Chinese dishes. Perhaps you should visit Chinatown first. One visit will certainly not be enough. You will be pampered and lured again and again by the delightful foods.

So, what’s smelling in Chinatown’s kitchen?


  • Hainanese Chicken Rice – Hainanese Chicken Rice is considered one of Singapore’s signature dishes. Steamed chicken is served with flavourful rice cooked in chicken stock, accompanied by a chilli and ginger sauce.
  • Hum Chim Bang – Hum Chim Bang is a puffy fried dough that can be plain or filled with a sweet red bean paste. For the best Hum Chim Bang, you can check out the stall at #01-28 Maxwell Food Centre. This place is popular.
  • Laksa – Laksa is made of rice noodles cooked in a savoury coconut curry with prawns, cockles and bean sprouts. It is sometimes served with shredded chicken, hard-boiled egg and tofu.
  • Ngoh Hiang  – Ngoh Hiang is a meat roll that is essentially minced pork and water chestnuts marinated with Chinese five spices, wrapped in tofu skin and friend. Stalls that offer Ngoh Hian also offer other snacks like yam fritters, prawn crackers and pink meat sausages.
  • Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle – Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle is a Chinese egg noodles topped with chicken marinated in soya sauce.

If you are looking for something in particular like the Ah Boling, Egg Tart, Fried Carrot Cake, Fried Kway Teow and Dim Sum, Chinatown offers this too. You can eat all if you are that hungry or craving.

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