I'm not sure if I'm good enough to be introducing my city to the world, but I might share some good food!
There are definitely people who are better fitted at this. But let's just say my introduction will easily benefit even the very first timer on this sunny city island - Singapore.
We, pretty much was a deserted island and very much like a part of New York, where immigrants climb on our shores. Our ancestors are mostly Chinese and our native language is Malay, and we were once colonised by the British, and we're just a mix of all our neighbours.
Hence, cuisine or dishes we claimed to be our own is often challenged. But I don't care. The same dish is not going to taste the same across shore, and dim sum is not gonna be the same in every Chinatown on earth.
Prices are commonly around SGD20+ even for a large one. Can be found at..
- Lau Pa Sat / Telok Ayer Market
- Newton Circus / Newton Food Centre
- Makansutra Gluttons Bay
It can be found in any food court/centres and is usually sold with other noodles... which brings me to the next...
Bak Chor MeeMinced Pork Noodles, and what is special is the addition dash of mushroom + vinegar sauce.. A tinge of sour and savoury in every mouth. Most are served with a slice of pork liver but I'd usually opt out. This is a really cheap and common dish, found in any food centre.
There are of course many more good food here but there not many that I can give warrant for taste Everywhere. These 3 dishes can go hardly go wrong. I hope you'll get the chance to come and try them yourselves and that I didn't make you too hungry!
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