With diverse cultures, different dietary strictures also comes into play. That’s why, you do not need to worry if you’re a hindu or a muslim looking for halal or vegetarian food in Singapore, as there are plenty of halal and vegetarian delicacies in Singapore. Some of the more distinct halal dishes you can find in Singapore is the ‘Roti Prata’, ‘Nasi Ayam’ and ‘Nasi Lemak’. Plenty of restaurants also have their own twist on their dishes so as to make it vegetarian-friendly.
Well known as a shopping haven, Bugis street is also known for its cheap street food. With dishes ranging from traditional muah chee to soft chewy crepes, crispy fried chicken chop to duck rice, one would be spoilt for choices.
One of the more famous food dishes in Singapore would have to be the iconic ‘Chili Crab’. Found in seafood restaurants all over Singapore, the Chili Crab, a stir-fried crab, coated with sweet, savoury and spicy tomato based sauce, is a dish worthy of being called one of Singapore’s national dishes.
For those that prefer staying indoors, food delivery is available islandwide in Singapore. With various food delivery companies like,Grab,Foodpanda and Deliveroo, you’re only a few taps away from having your favourite food delivered straight to your doorstep.