5. Ais Kacang
Almost like a Singaporean falooda, the dish comprises of red beans, coconut milk, rice noodles, grass jelly, and palm seeds with shaved ice and drizzled with sugary syrup, sweet corn and coconut milk. You’ll find this in any street shop.
Originally merged from Peranakan culture, laksa hai two main types- curry laksa and asam laksa. Curry laksa can be found in Singapore while Asam laksa is predominant in Malaysia.
Best Laksa stall: Sungei Road Laksa
Everyone’s favourite oyster omelette uses common ingredients like eggs, potato starch and served with spicy vinegar chilly. You can find this at Simon Road oyster Omlette.
Fish Ball Soup
Fish balls can be alittle hard to stomach so try a sample at the Chinatown Food Street. The spheres have a slight gelatinous texture and strong aroma and every serving has a clear broth flavoured with garlic, red chillies, and onions.
This Indonesian equivalent of a thali, serves lush variety of vegetables, meat and seafood curries served with rice. You can team up your nasi padang with a glass of chocolate and malt drink .
Best place to eat: HJH Maimunah
Spend some time in the Singaporean markets and streets to get the best taste of these cuisines.