Want to go to Singapore to try their great cuisine? Here are some of the best that you should try once there:
This dish was mainly created from the merging of Chinese and Malay Cuisine. There are two types of Laksa: Curry Laksa and Asam Laksa.
Curry Laksa is more popular in Singapore while Asam laksa is moe common in Malaysian regions like Penan. The traditional version of Curry Laksa in Singapore commonly uses coconut milk, vermicelli, beancurd puffs, fish slices, cockles, and shrimp. A unique version of this dish known as Katong Laksa features vermicelli that is cut into pieces.
Curry Fish Head
This equivocal dish which probably has a South Indian origin has been mostly influenced by different ethnicities in Singapore and is known to be very delicious. Half the head or the whole head of red snapper is boiled in curry with different types of vegetables such as okra and aubergine. The Indian-style curry has heavier spices and flavours, while the Chinese version is lighter and sweeter.
Bak Chor Mee (Minced Meat Noodles)
This is a noodle dish which has an ingredient of pork, meatballs/fish balls, liver, fish cake slices, and a signature vinegary braised sauce that creates that sweetness. Commonly, this dish is served dry to savour the full flavours of the sauce.
You can choose to the type of noodles you want such as mee pok or flat noodle, or mee kia or thin noodle. Choices for the sauce are ketchup or chilli.