A famous food blogger, Seth Lui, has posted the 30 best local foods to eat in Singapore before you die. The blog has featured some of Singapore’s best dishes from a variety of different cultural backgrounds.
Singaporean cuisine is perhaps somewhat underrated on the world stage, with other Asian dishes taking a lead. Singaporean food takes a rich heritage of influences from Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian influences. This is what makes the list unique, as it is a hot pot of a variety of different cuisines.
The list includes some world renowned and some relatively obscure dishes. The more famous plates include Wanton Mee, Dim Sum, Satay, Biryani and Roti Prata.
The dishes which seem more alternative include Bak Chor Mee (a minced meat noodle), Popiah (crepe rolls filled with prawns, boiled egg and sausage), Rjak (dough fritters with radish, pineapple and roasted peanuts) and Mee Siam (noodles soaked in sweet and spicy gravy).
Cuisine is a fundamental part of immersing yourself in a culture. Asian food is loved all over the globe, but there is no-where better to taste your favourite dishes than in their originating countries. A spokesperson from Interdean responded to the list.
‘Singapore is becoming home to a great number of expats every year. Relocating can be an exciting, yet stressful time. When you are missing the comforts of home cuisine then it can be hugely helpful to have ‘must try’ lists like these to encourage you to try something new. The best way to make your relocation work out is to immerse in to your new culture and always attempt new experiences.’
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