Great British Chefs
by Jennifer Cauli
Jennifer Cauli grabs her camera and spends three days tasting her way around the street food vendors of Singapore – a city that takes the best of Indian, Malay and Chinese cuisine to create something truly unique.
For the past few years the idea of visiting Singapore had been in the back of my mind, although admittedly mixed with a little bit of scepticism about the apparent sterility and rigidity of the city. That’s until I decided to go to Indonesia for a month, with a quick stopover on the island city-state. The idea of exploring the famous street food scene and to eat as much food as possible in only three days was really exciting.
Singapore is known for its street food, but you won’t find the usual open-air roadside stalls that are common in Malaysia or Thailand. Instead, you’ll find bustling ‘hawker centres’ spread over the city, packed with vendors specialising in either one or a handful of delicious regional dishes, usually for incredibly cheap prices.
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