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Food Trip in Singapore

In this blog entry, I will share food that I had during my Singapore Vacation.

Tak Po

This is where we had lunch on our first day. We had Har Gao, Prawn & Mushroom Dumpling, Chicken Rice, and Crispy Yam Dumpling. It was overall a good experience. Great food and at a reasonable price.

Location42 Smith Street, Chinatown, Singapore

This is really good! Crispy Yam Dumpling
Har Gao


Lau Pa Sat

Before heading to the Merlion Park, we decided to grab some snacks here. It's a Hawker style place where the best laksa in town can be found. We had some amazing egg tart from the store in the middle (too bad I didn't get the name) and some fresh pineapple juice (just ice and freshly squeezed pineapple). It's not the best combination but the egg tart is spot on.

 Location: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore

Smiling Egg Tarts


Maxwell Food Center

I had three meals in this hawker place: Japanese (some gyoza and onion pancakes), Thai (Pad Thai), and Chinese/Singaporean (Hainanese Chicken). I was able to try the Hainanese Chicken from Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken and I must say it was delicious! Juicy, soft, and spot on! Don't miss trying the Hianese.


Boiled and fried Gyoza
Pad Thai
Hainanese Chicken from Tian Tian


Tekka Centre

I love Indian food! That's why we had our lunch in Tekka Centre. It's a hawker style place with lots of Indian food choices. I couldn't even decide what I want at the beginning but end up with the most amazing Naan Bread I have tasted with matching Chicken Curry. It was spot on. Jomar ordered a random drink called Chendol which is really good.


Naan Bread with Chicken Curry
Fresh Buko and Special Chendol


People's Park Food Centre

We had some lemon chicken (which is pretty lame), laksa, and grilled chicken. The Singaporean Laksa was spicy by default (since I love spicy, I fell in love with it instantly!) Also, visit Bee Kim Heng because they sell the most delicious jerky ever.

Location: 1 Park Road, Singapore

Singaporean Laksa

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