Singapore Food Damn Good

Singapore, one of the developed island country in Southeast Asia attracts millions of tourists every year. Visitors not only get attracted by the modern smart cities of Singapore but also fall in love with the delicious sea food of the island.

Singapore Food Damn Good

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Though Singapore presents variety of food, I personally love the sea food items of the country. Following are few Singaporean food I am in love with:

1. Chilli Crab

I am from Odisha. I never miss a plate of Crab Curry prepared by Chilika Dhaba while passing by Chilika Lake. It’s so delicious that no one can afford to miss it. I have never imagined that a Crab dish can be more tasty than the Chilika Dhaba Crab Curry. But my perception changed when I tasted Chilli Crab in Singapore. Once you start eating Chilli Crab then it is simply impossible not to lick it all up. That is why it is one of the most requested dishes for anyone who comes to Singapore.

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2. Fish Head Curry

Can you imagine that any fish curry can compete with the Bengali fish curry? If your answer is “NO”, then go to Singapore and taste the Fish Head Curry once. I challenge, your belief would change. This spicy dish is a scintillating stew of curry cooked with vegetables and of course, the whole head of a fish.

3. Fried Carrot Cake

Before visiting Singapore, I had never liked carrot, though sometimes the desert item “Gajar ka Halwa” is not that bad in taste. With my impression on carrot, initially I avoided Fried Carrot Cake in Singapore. But the day I tasted it for the first time, realized that the carrot cake has no carrot actually, at least not of the orange variety. Instead, the core ingredients of the cake are rice flour and white radish which some call white carrot. The cake was so palatable that I ate the item very frequently then after.

This post has been written to promote the “Takeaway level: Singapore” activity initiated by Far East Hospitality.

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