Do you get any abrupt cravings for scrumptious food? Singapore Brings Up The Food Weld With Amazing Cosmic Foods!!

Post by Sayantika Mukherji | May 02, 2017

 I personally become hangry(anger when hungry) woman if I am not served with an appetising food course menu. When you are travelling to any country or city your search for mouth watery kinda food becomes more expeditious isn’t it ???Singaporean cuisine is always known for its diversity and contains elements derived from several ethnic groups, as a result of its history as a seaport with a large immigrant population. Influences include the cuisines of the native Malays and the largest ethnic group, the Chinese, as well as Indonesian, Indian, and western traditions (particularly English and Portuguese-influenced Eurasian, known as Kristang). Influences from other regions such as Sri Lanka , Thailand and the middle east are also present.Food has always played  quite essential role that has now become quite a necessity for satisfying the human soul.

In Singapore, food is viewed as crucial to national identity and a unifying cultural thread. Singaporean literature declares eating a national pastime and food a national obsession. Food is a frequent topic of conversation among Singaporeans. Religious dietary strictures do exist; Muslims do not eat pork and Hindus do not eat beef, and there is also a significant group of vegetarians. People from different communities often eat together, while being mindful of each other's culture and choosing food that is acceptable for all.

Let's get witty and start the never ending food search in Singapore:

Dim Sim:

In Singapore this is the Dim Sum or ‘Dian xin’. This is not exactly 1 dish, but a set of small dishes to be savoured in a group- a typical Chinese dining sharing custom.


The 2 most famous styles of crab cooking in Singapore are with a sweet, spicy tomatoish chilli sauce, or with black pepper sauce. Chilli crabs are usually eaten along with fried mantous (buns), which are dipped in the luscious chilli sauce. 

Minced Meat Noodles:

Typically, the dish is ordered ‘dry’ to savour full flavours of the sauce and you can choose between chilli or ketchup, and the type of noodle to use. Noodle choices are normally either Mee Pok (a flat noodle) or Mee Kia (thin noodle), while some stalls offer bee hoon, mee sua or mee tai mak as well.

Oyester Omlette:

A dish popular in Singapore Hawkers as well as Taiwan Night markets, this is a dish many foreigners and locals love. Stalls that sell carrot cake typically also sell Oyster omelettes as it’s a similar cooking process as well as utilizing a common ingredient: Eggs. Potato starch is usually mixed into frying the egg and gives a thicker, fuller taste.

Chuck out the ponderous routine's food and let your mouth go watery with Singapore's amazing delights!!