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Chwee Kueh is so simple yet so yummy. How do you explain the popularity of this little savoury cake? It’s hard to fathom but there is no doubt that Singaporeans love to have Chwee Kueh for breakfast. This traditional Teochew ...

Ever wondered if your favourite food truly originates from Singapore? Here’s your answer Singaporeans often say that local Singaporean food is always the best. This notion has been reinforced time and again, including when our “hawker heroes” faced off against ...

Recently, we’ve seen many new ice cream parlours. How much has ice cream changed over the years? By Cleon Ong As Singaporeans, food is definitely something that is always on our minds. No matter where we go or what we ...

Local food chains are aplenty in malls but some have ventured overseas. Here are some Singapore food chains flying the flag By CHIA HUI JUN Singapore is renowned for its dizzying array of food from different races, communities and countries. ...

Singaporean food is a source of national passion and pride. We look at some of Singaporeans’ favourites The recent food festivals in Singapore, and even Gordon Ramsay coming to put our hawker heroes to the test, are testament to the ...

Satay, easy-to-eat pieces of smoky barbecued meat, is a popular local food for lunch or dinner. Here are some superb ones There are two types of satay sold in Singapore: the Chinese style, which uses five-spice powder in its marinade, ...

Yong tow foo is one of the classic local Singaporean dishes. The founder of Gao Ji Food shares with us its origins Hakka yong tow Foo has been around in Singapore for a very long time. Gao Ji Food pioneered ...

Seen and heard of the best local Singaporean food Springy, bouncy and chewy fishball noodles are a local favourite but it is not easy to find a good one. Fishball noodles is a common lunch or dinner food amongst Singaporeans ...

Seen and heard to be the best local Singaporean food The curry puff is the quintessential local snack that satisfies those mid-day munchies with its crispy pastry shell and soft curried filling, sometimes with a slice of hard-boiled egg. Whether ...

Nasi Lemak is the quintessential breakfast for local Singaporeans. Here are some places to try Fragrant coconut rice paired with an egg, fried chicken or fish, and ikan bilis with a pat of spicy sweet chilli – simply the thought ...