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1 More Next Blog» Create Blog Sign In Best chinese restaurant in Singapore M o n d a y , 2 2 S e p t e m b e r 2 0 1 4 Blog Archive ▼▼2014 (27) Famous Singapore Culinary Styles ►►October (1) Singapore is effervescent with tourists, ▼▼September (2) expatriates and inhabitants from all over Famous Singapore Culinary Styles the world. Since ages, people hailing What Type of Teas Are Served In from different ethnic regions of China, Chinese Restaurant... Malaysia, India and Western countries have influenced Singapore’s gastronomy, ►►August (1) and the country is now regarded as a ►►July (3) foodie’s paradise. Singaporeans just love to eat out; you can find multicultural ►►June (4) feasting options at several of Singapore’s ►►May (4) restaurants, hawker centers and food ► April (2) ► courts. As majority of Singaporeans are ► March (5) of Chinese origin, you will find emphatic Chinese influence all around, and Chinese food ► February (2) recipes in Singapore restaurant are a common sight. Here is a list of various culinary styles that have become inseparable elements of today’s Singapore’s gastronomy – ► January (3) ► Malayan food ►►2013 (2) Simply because Singapore is located adjacent to Malaysia and a large chunk of its population is of Malayan origin, you can find a number of restaurants and food stalls serving MalayanMe dishes. The cuisine is widely reckoned for its aromatic blend of herbs and spices that includes Raymond Smith kaffir lime leaf, shallots and lemongrass, curry leaves, ginger and turmeric, galangal, Follow 27 pungent bleachan (shrimp paste) and chilies. Visit a Malay stall to pick nasi padang – a wide assortment of spicy fish, meat, poultry and vegetable dishes that are served with rice. View my complete profile Malayan desserts mostly consist of coconut milk, freshly grated coconut and palm sugar. Must to try dishes are Laksa (coconut based gravies) and Satay (grilled meat). Chinese food Chinese influence on Singapore dates back to centuries, and today their influence on its gastronomic styles is authoritative. You can easily find cozy restaurants serving authentic Chinese food in Singapore. Subtly flavored Cantonese cuisine as well as the fiery Szechuan cuisine recipes adorn the tables of these restaurants and eateries. Rice is the staple food in most Chinese dishes. Hot favorite dishes are shark fin soup, fried Hokkien Mee (this contains noodles, vermicelli, garlic, chili gravy, pork, prawns and many other ingredients), spring rolls and Teochew dishes, such as braised duck and steamed fish. Indian food Many South Indian families migrated to the island nation in 1940s and today there is a whole area known as Little India around Serangoon Road. Must try Indian dishes are Idlis, dosas, vadas and the north Indian tandoori chicken. Nyonya food Nyonya are a mix race of Malayan and Chinese, and they are known for their hot and spicy food loaded with flavors of turmeric and ginger. Their cooking methods are quite elaborate and recipes are creative. Famous dishes in this category are – Enche kabin (small pieces of chicken marinated in oyster sauce and soy) and chicken kapitan (a special chicken curry containing tamarind juice, fresh turmeric, candlenut, and shrimp paste) Apart from these Singapore also offers an assortment of western dishes that comprises of American, Italian and Spanish dishes. But the most widespread and ardent variety is presented by Chinese restaurant in Singapore that are just anywhere in the city. Posted by Raymond Smith at 04:07 +1 Recommend this on Google Labels: Authentic chinese food in Singapore, Best bar and restaurant in Singapore, Cantonese restaurant Singapore, Chinese food recipes in Singapore restaurant, Chinese restaurant in Singapore No comments: Post a Comment Enter your comment... Comment as: Select profile... Publish Preview Newer Post Home Older Post Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Simple template. Powered by Blogger.
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