As a food paradise, Singapore has plenty of signature eats. Here’s a handy guide to the best food experiences, from affordable fare to fine dining.
This charming bakery in an old shophouse offers the breakfast staple, kaya toast – toasted bread spread with sweet egg and coconut jam, and butter.
This popular eatery serves bowl after bowl of piping hot laksa, white rice noodles with prawns and cockles in a rich coconut-based broth.
7pm: Make your way to Guan Hoe Soon, one of the oldest nonya restaurants in Singapore, for a scrumptious feast. The menu's extensive so take the time to choose from a wide array of Peranakan (Straits Chinese) delights, from itek team (duck and salted vegetable soup) to beef rendang (spicy, slow-cooked meat dish).