Singapore Eats

One of the things Singapore is known for is the many food places that they have. Since they are a hub of different cultures, the food options can be pretty diverse which makes for an interesting trip. Anyone who has been to this site will know that I love eating and so here's a recap of my eating spree in Singapore.

On my very first night, this is what we had.


I have to be honest and say that I prefer the Satay in Kota Kinabalu. It was tastier for me and had more oomph. This was also pretty good but the one in Kota was way better. Even the one that I had in Berjaya, Kuala Lumpur was actually better and they are the ones that look the most similar to each other.


The cereal prawn was amazing but the little cereal bits that decorate it is what makes it really good. It's quite addiciting so make sure you get only a healthy dose because you might end up eating the entire plate by yourself. Truth be told, you might push the shrimp to the side and just eat the cereals.


If you are fond of oysters, this is the thing to have. The oysters are fresh and you can feel the texture in every bite. Tasty and really in your face so if you are a bit queasy, you might wanna avoid this dish.


This is the carrot cake. I have no idea why it is called that but it was pretty tasty. I actually ate a lot of it. So if you are in the Makansutra area, make sure to get these dishes. You also get this view while eating which is why though the food is nothing awesome but just great, people go here.


The next day, I had a chocolate muffin from The Coffee Academics and I have to say that for 3SGD, this is one of the best chocolate muffin that I have ever had. It had this gooey choco filling inside that just adds a burst of flavor when you bite into it.


There's a hawker place right below Peninsula Excelsior and the Tom Yum there is just out of this world. Never have I ever had a Tom Yum this sour and spicy and just soooo good. I'm not even a huge fan but I felt that I finally knew what Tom Yum should taste like. Oh and this one costs only 5SGD.


This noodle dish called Char Kway Teow is one of the must try for me. Seriously. I had this one at Rasapura Masters in Marin Bay Sands Mall. It may not look appetizing but believe you me, THIS WAS SOOOO GOOD.


When you walk down the bridge from the mall, you will encounter a small cart with an old man selling ice cream sandwich. My brothers told me it is a must to try so I had Durian Ice Cream Sandwich which I totally loved.



In one of the many MTR tunnels, we chanced upon this place and had one of the best fishball noodle soup. Their fishball is WAY DIFFERENT than ours. It was almost like fish tofu and I am addicted to fish tofu. I can eat an entire pack by myself. Then again, that's me.



This salted egg crab was AMAZING. As much as I wanna share where this is, my brothers made me take a vow of silence but if you happen upon it, you will forget your name. IT IS DELICIOUS! Hint: It's near Ikea.


This fishball noodle soup is located in Bugis and cost less than 4SGD. 

 

I saw this while walking around on my last day and since I loved the Bak Kut Teh in Kota Kinabalu, I thought, this is a must try!


Sadly, this was too peppery for my taste. It felt like nilaga but sharper.


On my last day, my brothers took me to Pepperoni which apparently has one of the best pizza in town and I gotta say, HELL YES!


We tried 4 different flavors and there wasn't a single one that I did not like. It is pugon baked which made the pizza smokier and brought out the flavor more.


The only thing that I wasn't able to try was the Laksa but aside from that, I can say that I have a fair idea now of what Singapore has to offer when it comes to food. Bon appetit!

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