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Unwaveringly astonishing and diverse, Singapore won’t allow itself to be left behind when it comes to culinary cravings. By offering multicultural cuisines from India, Malay, and China, they serve you with the finest ingredients in Asia. And what’s more thrilling is that you don’t have to go to the most expensive eateries in the country because even along the streets, you can finally have a taste of these Singaporean delicacies.

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  1. Frog Porridge

By reading the name, you probably thought how on earth you make a yummy treat out of a frog. Do you know that this is one of the cleanest food you’ll ever eat? The frogs are marinated with spring onions, soy sauce, wine, and spicy chili. Meanwhile, the porridge, with green onion sauce, appears viscous and light, perfect for your tummy’s delight!

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  1. Satay

Marinated and grilled, Satay is not your average skewered dish. Though it originated in Indonesia, Singaporeans have been loving the tasty meat. Also, you can choose from a variety of meat such as beef, mutton, chicken, and pork; it is accompanied by Ketupat or known as the rice cake with onions and cucumbers as toppings. Because it is in demand, many people, even the Chinese, start this kind of business and even offer a satay delivery.

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  1. Bah KutTeh

Adopted from China, this is by far one of the most popular dishes. The secret of the pork ribs’ juicy taste is the long hours of simmering in herbal broth. The soup is accurately blended with cinnamon, garlic, star anise, fennel, cloves, and Dang Gui giving Bah Kut The the best soup flavor you’ll ever taste. Lastly, the most important of all, Teochew the light ingredient that gives it the saltier taste.

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  1. OtahOtah

Aside from meat, this appetizing fish dish called otahotah is one of the delicacies that Singapore is proud with. The fish seasoned with special herbs and species is wrapped in coconut or banana leaves and grilled over fire. You can also try eating it with bread, rice, or noodles.

 

By just lingering within the streets of Singapore, you’ll be able to experience not just the country’s culture itself, but also its other Asian neighbors. Enjoy a diverse quality of life by appreciating a variety of cultures. Start it by eating their best street foods.