10 Best Street Food Joints in Singapore – Singapore is one of the best places which attract thousands of tourists each year. When it comes to food Singapore has perfect blend of taste and authenticity. Singapore has high classy food in top class restaurants and even best yummy street food joints. Singapore is quiet famous for street food joints. Check out 10 Best Street Food Joints in Singapore below.
10 Best Street Food Joints in Singapore
Sungei Road Laksa for spicy noodle soup
Sungei Road Laksa for spicy noodle soup is located in 27 Jalan Berseh#01-100. This place serves spicy noodle soup with bean curd puffs, fish sticks, shrimp and cockles. This is a combination of Chinese as well as Malay flavors. The dish is made thick and velvety with coconut milk. Ones you visit Little India never forget to visit this street food joint.
Fu Ming Shu Shi for chai tow kueh
This street food joint is located in Re Hill Lane Food Centre#01-49. This place serves white radish omelets which are quiet famous by the name carrot cake. It is also known as savory daikon. Dishes like steamed grated turnip with rice and tapioca flours. The gnocchi- like dough is stir fried with scrambled eggs and garlic is quirt tasty. The black version of the same dish is then fried with caramelized sweetish thick soy, while the white is finished with a more savory light soy sauce which is a uniquely Singaporean dish.
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Chinatown Smith Street Food Centre
Chinatown Smith Street Food Centre is located in Blk 335 Smith Street #02-135. This place serves China La Mian Steamed Buns, Xiao Long Bao. Xiao Long Bao is the soup in the bao is wonderful to taste and is oil free.
Ghim Moh Food Centre
Ghim Moh Food Centre is located in 20 Ghim Moh Road. Chwee Kueh is basically steamed rice cake which is served with a preserved radish relish which is served with chili paste.
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Ya Kun Kaya Toast
This food joint serves Kaya which is a pandan-flavored coconut jam. These soft breads are served with slice of butter in between the bread slices and with soft yummy boiled egg with it.
River South (Hoe Nam) Noodles House
River South (Hoe Nam) Noodles House is located in 31 Tai Thong Crescent. This street food joint serves wonderful yummy prawn noodles. The noodles are served rich stock soup or dry with the soup on the side, whichever you want! You can get it with prawns as well as extra pork ribs.
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Chomp Chomp Food Centre
Chomp Chomp Food Centre is located in 20 Kensington Park Road. If you want to taste best Sambal Stingray then this food joint will be destination for you. The sambal is a mix of shrimp paste, shallots, sugar, and walnuts which I always paired with sugarcane juice and spices. This dish is barbequed and topped with sambal chili. This dish is served in banana leaf.
Hong Kee Porridge
Hong Kee Porridge is located in Commonwealth Crescent Market and Food Centre. This stall serves Porridge with a handful of minced pork, ginger slices, and chives and egg is garnished on top. Raw fish porridge served with Sashimi fish is served. Pork Porridge is also served.
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Hai Seng Ah Balling
This delicious dish will be found in Stall 02-059, Chinatown Food Centre, Blk 335 Smith Street Hai Seng Ah Balling is Singapore’s version of the mochi. The rice balls are filled with crushed peanuts or black sesame and served in a sweet pandan-flavored soup.
Selera Rasa is the stall two in Adam Road Food Centre. They serve Nasi Lemak which means fatty rice which consists of rice dipped in coconut milk which is served with fried egg, fried fish or chicken wing, cucumber slices, roasted peanuts, fried anchovies, and sambal chili. All these are served in banana leaf.
Except these there are huge variety of other tasty dishes and foods in Singapore. Singapore is a great place to have unique food which is both healthy and tasty. Lovely place to be for tourists!!
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