Singapore – My First Food Hunt

Singapore – My First Food Hunt, Singapore, Singapore (B)

Malaysia and Singapore are two countries that differ greatly in terms of political ideology and economic policies after separation in 1965. Besides sharing a common history, one cultural component that is inseparable between these two nations is their love of food. Travelers who would come to this region would attest to the fact that both Malaysians and Singaporeans can actually recommend up to five different places for a local street dish and have the tendency to talk about what to have for dinner while having lunch. So, early this month my wife, my parents and I headed down south for a weekend of food, fun and more food. From chic cafes to good old-fashioned hawker joints, here’s a recap of what our digestive system had to endure in Singapore.

Hipsters hate it when people label a historic housing estate gentrified with chic cafes and unique stores as a “hipster neighborhood” but that was the vibe that I got when first arrived at Tiong Bahru. Our first stop for brunch was Forty Hands, where I had the Truffle Mushroom Toastie while Ayumi had the Salmon Hash served in a lovely Straits Chinese bowl. We loved the bread (I think it’s home-made) and I finished off with a cup latte is strong to my liking. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Singapore – My First Food Hunt
Guide Location: Singapore » Singapore
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Danial Ariff Bin Ahmad Nordin
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Forty Hands
  • Plain Vanilla Bakery
  • Abdhus Salam Rojak
  • Singapore Zam Zam Restaurant
  • Killiney Kopitiam
  • Warong M. Nasir

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