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Restaurants in Singapore

Think about it .. how great would it be to eat a home cooked dinner in the midst of a lovely Singaporean family? Instead of luxurious touristic restaurants, you will be able to taste the authentic flavours of homemade Singaporean food.

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Food facts in Singapore

  • In Singapore, the food is viewed as crucial to the national identity
  • Singaporean food originated from Malaysia but has been influenced by many different cuisines
  • When people go out dining, it is more often at hawker centers or food courts than at restaurants
  • The Singaporean cuisine has been promoted as major attraction for tourists next to shopping



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Singaporean Specialty Singapore

Chili Crabs

This is by far the most popular national dish of Singapore. There are many ways to prepare crab, such as with cheese, peppers or eggs, but the chili version remains the most tasty one.