Wee Nam Kee Hainanese chicken rice, Gong Cha, and Lao Ban Tofu create dining addresses which should be visited when traveling to Singapore. If you are in a divided mind as to which courses to choose in Singapore’s extensive menu, try the suggestions below, and surely you won’t be disappointed. Let’s explore Top places to eat in Singapore — 5 must eat restaurants in Singapore with Living Nomads below.

Wee Nam Kee Hainanese chicken rice

Greasy yellow chicken pieces, soaked in elaborately concocted sauces _Singapore food_Source blogspot
Greasy yellow chicken pieces soaked in elaborately concocted sauces _Singapore food_Source blogspot

Considering the Singapore’s most famous and delicious Hainanese chicken rice restaurants, it is integral to name this. The whole Wee Nam Kee Chicken is cooked in the chicken broth with ginger and garlic. Rice is also cooked with fatty chicken broth, greasy; of which aroma makes grains soft as if they were melting in your mouth. “Recipes” for Wee Nam Kee Hainanese chicken rice are different from other brands in Singapore is its outstanding sauce, a mixture of spicy chilli sauce, yellow pasty ginger and silky, thick and less salty dark soy sauce with a perfect proportion.

Wee Nam Kee Hainanese chicken rice restaurant_Singapore food_Source Wee Nam Kee Hainese restaurant's facebook
Wee Nam Kee Hainanese chicken rice restaurant_Singapore food_Source Wee Nam Kee Hainanese restaurant’s facebook
Information of Wee Nam Kee Hainanese chicken rice restaurant_Singapore food_Source Wee Nam Kee restarant's facebook
Information of Wee Nam Kee Hainanese chicken rice restaurant_Singapore food_Source Wee Nam Kee restaurant’s facebook

Gong Cha

Gong Cha restaurant_Singapore Food_Source Gong Cha's facebook
Gong Cha restaurant_Singapore Food_Source Gong Cha’s facebook

Milk tea drink is very popular in Singapore and the most common brand is Gong Cha. When milk tea craze first appeared here, only a few flavors were available for diners to choose. But currently, Gong Cha serves numerous kinds of milk tea which can suit every consumer group’ taste. Au Lait Mango Tea and Au Lait Strawberry Tea are the most favorite, however, if you want to try a different flavor, the lemon jelly fig Gong Cha tea is also an ideal choice.

The cool and countless unique delicious flavors makes Gong Cha become popular milk tea brand in Singapore _ Source: www.musicmuseum.com
The cool and countless unique delicious flavors make Gong Cha become popular milk tea brand in Singapore _ Source: www.musicmuseum.com

Lao Ban Soya Beancurd

Lao Ban Soya is very loved in Singapore_Singapore Food_Source www.coldbodyliving.com
Lao Ban Soya is very loved in Singapore_Singapore Food_Source www.coldbodyliving.com

Made from fresh soy beans, what leads to the fame of Lao Ban is the soft and flexible layer. Right after the first spoon, smooth, aromatic and fleshy tofu will surely conquer any diners’ taste. So here is the snack visitors should not miss if you have a chance to visit Singapore.

Lao Ban Soya Beancurd_Singapore Food_Source blogspot.com
Lao Ban Soya Beancurd_Singapore Food_Source blogspot.com
  • Address: No. 1 Kadayanallur Street, # 01-91 Maxwell Food Cente, No. 51 Old Airport Street, # 01-127 Food Center- Old Airport Street.
  • Phone: +65 81812201
  • Opening Hours: Tue – Sat: 11:00 am – 20:00 pm ; Sun: 13:30 pm – 20:00 pm

He Zhong carrot cake

Carrot cake is famous dishes in Singapore can not miss_Singapore Food_Source blogspot
Carrot cake is famous dishes in Singapore can not miss_Singapore Food_Source blogspot

He Zhong is the busiest carrot cake brand in Singapore. It consists of the rice cake flour and steamed white radish, then the cook in Zhong He fry like eggs. Then, he will add chye Poh (pickled radish) and mix together with garlic and eggs to serve customers.

He Zhong Carrot Cake_Singapore Food_Source euminler.com

  • Address: #02-185, Bukit Timah Market and Food Centre, 116 Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 588172
  • Phone: +65 64685398
  • Opening Hours: Daily: 07.00 am – 10.00 pm, Opens daily

Grilled Sambal Stingray

Grilled Sambal Stingray_Singapore Food_Source magazine.parkhotelgroup.com
Grilled Sambal Stingray_Singapore Food_Source magazine.parkhotelgroup.com

Stingray is very toxic but in Singapore, this is the raw material for very popular street food. Grilled Stingray derived from Malaysia but in Singapore, it is cooked in a unique way with the special chili sauce named sambal. Firstly, they squeeze a little juice of a lemon and sprinkle the fish with it to deodorize the fishy smell, while preventing fish from being dry. Then cook the fish and finally” water” the sambal sauce. The aroma of fish mingled with the spicy of sauce will make diners be tickled to death and want to eat to no end.

Grilled Sambal Stingray_Singapore Food_Source www.mummyicancook.com
Grilled Sambal Stingray_Singapore Food_Source www.mummyicancook.com

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