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The traditional bread is an old school rectangular white loaf, toasted on a bread grill, lathered with coconut or egg kaya, then slapped with a thick slice of SCS butter that slowly melts within two slices of warm bread. Star Yong Kwang B. This is far from it. The other variant would be the Klang Bak Kut Teh , a dark and highly flavoured herbal soup originating from Malaysia. Nasi Lemak is a very versatile dish and what was once a breakfast item, is now eaten during lunch and dinner too. The rice used in Chicken Rice is cooked with chicken stock, ginger, garlic and occasionally pandan leaves for added fragrance. Red gravy made with potato and spices is used in Indian Rojak instead. Recently, many new popular styles of cooking have surfaced as well, like salted-egg crabs or crab bee hoon. The whole chicken is steeped in sub-boiling pork and chicken bone stock to absorb the flavours and cook. It originates from Indonesia but has become a common hawker dish in Singapore. The wanton dumplings may be either deep fried or come in the form of soup dumplings. A grinding machine is used to produce the mountain of shaved ice on top of a bowl of assorted ingredients like red bean, attap chee palm seed , agar agar jelly, chendol , grass jelly or any other filling desired. A Curry Puff is a small baked pie enclosed with either short crust or puff pastry, the former being the more traditional option in Singapore.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It usually comes with a boiled egg, beansprouts, tau pok beancurd puff and is garnished with chives. As a tourist, this is a good check-list of authentic local cuisine in Singapore that you must eat when you visit. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}If you are a local Singaporean, you would have seen these dishes in the hawker centres below your void deck, in the food courts of shopping centres and in the quaint shophouses that are decades old. This version is smoother and can incorporate pretty much any flavour like mango, melon or sesame. The other Teochew version uses braised yam rice and braised duck meat, along with some tau pok beancurd puffs , eggs and peanuts on the side. A typical Nasi Lemak set comes with Ikan Bilis fried anchovies , peanuts, egg and sambal chilli paste. He boiled some of the leftover pork bones and added whatever cheap spices he had to flavour the soup, including star anise and pepper which created a soup that resembled tea in terms of colour. Is it Chinese, Indian or Malay? Another breakfast dish seen regularly in both Singapore and Johor, most stalls selling Chwee Kueh only open in the morning and close by lunch time. Most of the Bak Kut Teh here are of the pepper variety with mild use of herbs like star anise. Variants include adding XO cognac or brandy. This version is only eaten cold as heat would break the structure. The dough is tossed, flipped and stretched multiple times into a large thin layer before folding the edges inwards. This Tau Huay can be eaten hot or cold, sometimes with Tang Yuan glutinous rice balls , grass jelly or soya bean milk added as well. Roti Prata is of Indian origin, has a Malay name, and is eaten by the Chinese! This dish was the creation of post-war Hokkien noodle factory workers who would gather along Rochor Road and fry any excess noodles they had. In fact there are loads of variants of Laksa , differing in the type of fish used, broth and even noodles. Chilli sauce made with garlic and red chilli is served with Chicken Rice , and the dish sometimes comes topped with sweet dark soy sauce and heaped spoons of chopped ginger. The common version of Duck Rice , influenced by roast meats in Hong Kong, uses plain white rice with ruby red roasted duck, and is drizzled with braised sauce. A spicy peanut dip is also provided for the Satay and sides as well. Variants include the Assam-style fish head curry, which has an added tinge of sourness from tamarind fruit assam. In the past, meat was scarce and food sellers had to maximise every part of the fish including the head. These days, boiled fish slices are now an available option. Stalls are not restricted to any race and may be operated by the Chinese, Malays or Indians. Bak Kut Teh has been around in Singapore since we were still a developing country and deserves its recognition as a simple, humble dish. Singapore Hokkien Mee features a combination of fried egg noodles and rice noodles in a rich prawn stock with cubes of fried pork fat, prawns, fish cake and squid. The Indian-style of curry has heavier spices and flavours, while the Chinese-style is lighter and sweeter. Most commonly seen in Singapore though is the chopped up version with individual radish cake cubes. You can also easily save and view this list of places on TripAdvisor here. In recent times, a popular and more gelatinous, jelly-like version of Tau Huay has surfaced and for a period of time, drove Singaporeans to queue like ants to sugar. The stalls with better service will de-bone the chicken for you. It is traditionally wrapped in banana leaf and barbecued, then a sambal paste made with belachan dried shrimp paste , spices, shallots and Indian walnuts is smothered generously all over the top. This is a Teochew dish popular in both Singapore and Malaysia. Teochews just love braised sauce. This is another ambiguous dish which probably has a South Indian origin, but has been heavily influenced by the various ethnicities in Singapore. Due to cost-cutting or taste preference, some stalls might opt out of shrimp and cockles. Everything is then all mixed together with a sweet-savoury black, fermented prawn paste sauce. Chilli crabs are usually eaten along with fried mantous buns , which are dipped in the luscious chilli sauce. Typical meats include chicken, beef, mutton and even pork which is sold by the Chinese stall owners. Ketupat rice cake , onions and cucumbers usually accompany Satay. Meats like chicken, mutton, beef or fish is often included. Biryani or Briyani, Biriyani , Biriani and Birani is a mixed rice dish of Indian Muslim influence made using distinctive long grain rice, usually Basmati rice. Compared to Mee Siam , the Mee Rebus gravy is much thicker and viscous, lacking in the sour assam taste. No coffee shop in Singapore is complete without a Chicken Rice stall. Sometimes Chicken Rice stalls will sell Duck Rice as well, but the real good ducks are in specialised Duck Rice -only shops. The other distinctive variant is the Indian version. Trying not to scream like a little girl, crack open the eggs with your bare hands onto one of the two plates given and throw the shells onto the remaining plate. Spices used are also heavy in flavour like cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg and bay leaves. Some vendors add pork strips as well to add more flavour. Noodle choices are normally either mee pok a flat noodle or mee kia thin noodle , while some stalls offer bee hoon, mee sua or mee tai mak as well. There is a taste preference for either the more bitter variety or sweeter flesh. Potato starch is usually mixed in when frying the egg and gives a thicker, fuller taste. Choose pork rib meat in your soup for a more tender bite. What originally started as Fish Head Bee Hoon in the s has slowly advanced to using fish slices or chunks of fish meat in this age of abundance. Variations may include drizzling with gula melaka palm sugar , adding ice cream or other novelty toppings like durian or chocolate syrup. The spicy type sees chilli mixed into the noodles, while the non-spicy kids version will have tomato sauce mixed in. The traditional type is very soft, slightly grainy and soaks in syrup to be eaten together. Chilli is optional. The rice is steamed with coconut cream to give it a sweet fragrance. Satay is a dish of skewered, turmeric-marinated meat that is grilled on an open fire. It is also tossed in peanut sauce. The gravy is made from potatoes the starch makes it thicker , curry powder, peanuts, dried shrimp and salted soy beans. Some outlets also stretch the dough so thin that it turns crispy when fried on the metal pan. A Penang Char Kway Teow variation exists as well, using chives and prawns and lacks the sweetness that is distinctive of Singapore-style Char Kway Teow. A special vinegar chilli is also paired exclusively with Oyster Omelettes in Singapore. Tau Huay is a Chinese dessert made with beancurd tofu that is sweetened with sugar syrup. I know there are still dozens of dishes in Singapore that are true to our heritage, but if I were to cover them all, this list would take you two years to finish reading. This Singapore wanton noodle dish was probably influenced by Hong Kong cuisine, but has become entrenched in our culture over the years. The resulting rice grains are usually very dry and can be accompanied by curry or chutney. Dip the kaya toast into the eggy mixture for extra deliciousness! Stir-fried with egg, pork lard, Chinese sausages and fish cake, Char Kway Teow was intentionally made to be loaded in fats because labourers in the past needed a cheap source of energy, and what better way than to get that from one fatty meal. Traditionally wrapped in banana leaves, Nasi Lemak is a deeply-rooted Malay coconut rice dish. Variants include a version without the starch, which is priced slightly higher due to more eggs needed instead. Thus, pork bone tea was born. The stall owner was in poverty but wanted to help him. A good sambal is arguably the mark of a good Nasi Lemak. Yet another cross-cultural dish that has been popularly adopted by Singaporeans is the Roti Prata. Nasi Lemak is so popular in Singapore, the other races have adopted this dish in their own variations and offer a wide selection of additional ingredients like fried chicken drumsticks, luncheon meat and sotong cuttlefish balls. There is much debate on which establishment is the original Katong Laksa , but most bowls are delicious in their own way. Auntie will also ask if you want it spicy or not. Lime is usually squeezed over the fish right before eating as well. The Fish Bee Hoon Soup broth is made from fish or pork bones that have been boiled for several hours, and some stalls might add evaporated milk for a fuller taste. Another version easily confused by the same name is called Hokkien Char Mee , which is covered in a signature thick dark sauce and uses only one type of egg noodles. Popular in Singapore hawker centres as well as in Taiwan night markets, this is a dish that many foreigners and locals love. This is the classic kaya toast. A little bit of saffron is added to give the dish its distinct colour.