Authentic Singaporean Dishes You Must Try In Your Life
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Singapore owes it to an international hub for travellers and foodies, with an abundance of food culture. These are some of the most addictive Singaporean foods which you may not find in other parts of the world. 

Kaya Toast

Kaya Toast, a famous breakfast and snack in Singapore and Malaysia, is made with kayak (thick and delicious coconut egg jam), crusty bread and butter. This dish is usually served in traditional cafes and paired with soft-boiled eggs, soy sauce and white pepper. When you order this dish, they serve it with condensed milk over a hot cup of coffee.


This is a popular bowl dish in which you will find slices of rice noodles among fishcakes, prawns and dried shrimp with rich coconut sauce. Local vendors tend to make several variations of this dish, some with lots of dried shrimp in a sauce, while others choose the gravy.


These are the brightly coloured cookies you can easily see at local buffets or in bakeries. They are often steamed, fried, and usually topped with dehydrated coconut, coconut cream, and yellow milk. 

Chilli Crab

Chili crab is a classic Singaporean dish. This cult dish is usually deep fried and is mixed with a sweet, salty and delicious sauce. This dish is found in almost every seafood restaurant in the city and is eaten by fingers.

Kuih Lopes

These triangular rice cakes are made from glutinous rice, topped with banana leaves with freshly grated coconut paste and black Gula Melaka syrup. 

To remember a place for a lifetime, it’s important to taste their delightful dishes. Most Singaporean dishes are rich in flavor and give authenticity.