新加坡 is full of weird and wonderful local dishes to try during your stay. Here are the top 10 handpicked foods to try in 新加坡. Disclosure: as a vegetarian, I was not able to try the meat dishes selected for this feature. However for the sake of all meat lovers, these non-veggie friendly dishes come highly recommended by a 新加坡an local – thanks Josephine!
1.水煮蛋& Kaya Toast
新加坡 has one main traditional breakfast: Soft-boiled eggs (you slurp out of a bowl) and Kaya toast. Remember the good old days when bread was just white, thinly sliced, and lathered up with butter as a kid? Traditionally you will eat your kaya toast this way, however the spread is a sweet coconut flavour with a good dose of melted butter –Y.U.M.当然，这些天您可以根据需要订购黑面包！
最好的卡亚吐司& Slurpy Eggs in 新加坡:
基里尼·科皮蒂安（Killiney Kopitiam）: 67 Killiney Road, Singapore 239525
秦美琴 Confectionery: 204 East Coast Road, 新加坡 428903 (closed on Mon)
亚坤卡亚吐司: 18 China Street #01-01, Far East Square, 新加坡 049560 (there are over 30 outlets of Ya Kun in 新加坡)
2. Chwee Kway（水粿 点燃。水糕
新加坡’值得尝试的第二个早餐菜是一种热菜，也很素食（尽管它确实没有’t look to be –我问了一千遍），经常在小贩见’s Centres in 新加坡 and Johor. The base is a steamed rice cake that is topped with chai poh (preserved radish) and hot chilli. The younger generation avoid this carb-heavy dish, but it is well worth a try to taste the flavours of old 新加坡.
简伯水Ku： 30 Seng Poh Road，＃02-05， 中巴鲁市场和食品中心S（168898）
3. Bak Kut Teh（肉骨茶点燃。肉骨茶/排骨汤）
关于Bak Kut Teh的起源有很多故事’s origins, but my favourite is that during the days of olden 新加坡, a starving beggar came by a street stall selling pork noodles and begged for food. The stall owner himself was in poverty, but wanted to help him, so he boiled some left over pork bones and threw in some cheap spices to give the soup flavour. And the rest is history!
最佳Bak Kut Teh档位：
宋发白骨茶: 11 New Bridge Road ＃01-01， Singapore 059383
吴阿秀排骨汤: 208 Rangoon Road, Hong Building 新加坡 218453 (closed on Mon)
Ya Hua Bak Kut Teh: 7 Keppel Road，＃01-05 / 07， PSA Tanjong Pagar Complex, 新加坡 089053（周一关闭）
您可以’t go wrong with a pomelo salad. Pomelo is sort of like a grapefruit but sweet instead of sour. It goes fantastically in Asian salads and is a common ingredient for 新加坡ans in their entree course. Try it, it will surprise you!
飞飞云吞面：62 Joo Chiat Place, Singapore 427785
百佳闸运屯美屋: 91 明古连街＃01-53 Sunshine Plaza, 新加坡 189652
The curry laksa is an important dish for 新加坡 because it is a merge of both Chinese and Malay elements, of which 新加坡 is itself. This is most commonly known as Peranakan culture. There are plenty of differing version of laksa, so be sure to try a few!
Best 叻沙 in 新加坡:
328加东叻沙: 51/53 East Coast Road, 新加坡 428770
双溪路叻沙: Blk 27 Jalan Berseh, #01-100 新加坡 200027
詹古特叻沙: 1 Queensway, 金钟道＃01-59号购物中心， Singapore 149053
荣耀餐饮: 139 East Coast Road, 新加坡 428829 (closed Sun)
新加坡ans love their fried carrot cake, as do Malysians. Typically it encompasses fried eggs served with radish (chai poh) and white radish flour cake.
胡萝卜蛋糕 菜頭粿 (that’s商店的字面名称）: 肯普郡食品中心肯辛顿公园路20号 Singapore 557269 （在备用星期二关闭）
福明胡萝卜蛋糕: Blk 85 Redhill Lane, Redhill 餐饮 Centre, Singapore 150085
何忠胡萝卜蛋糕: 51 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Bukit Timah Market and 餐饮 Centre, 新加坡 588172
Needing no introduction, dim sum is a staple in many parts of the East and 新加坡 is no exception. There are many great places to try dim sum, but for the most tried and tested, be sure to check out 添好运.
添好运: 450大巴窑罗弄6， #02-02, ERA Centre, Singapore 319394
您可以’t come to 新加坡 without seeing chilli crab on the menu. It’s everywhere.
Best Chilli Crab in 新加坡:
红楼海鲜 Restaurant: 68 Prinsep Street, Singapore 188661
World of Wanderlust visited 新加坡 as a guest of 新加坡 Tourism Board. Some of these recommendations were suggested by STB, however my opinion is as always, my own.