7 dishes in Singapore that are both cheap and delicious

7 dishes in Singapore that are both cheap and delicious
UPDATED: 24 Mar 2018 11 Views

Coming to Singapore, you cannot skip these dishes here. They are considered the best food in Singapore that comes with a cheap price, so the customers can both save their budget, and still be able to enjoy good food. You will not regret it for sure!

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1. Hainanese chicken rice

Traveling to Singapore without enjoying Hainanese chicken rice is a pity because this is considered the "national soul of national hero" of lion island. Each serving consists of aromatic rice, chickens cut into pieces with a bowl of boiled chicken sweet water, a few slices of cucumber, chili sauce and wave sauce.

2. Durian

Durian in Singapore via Hello Singapore Tours

Singapore is not the only country in the durian region. However, this fruitful nation has built a durian-inspired theater, dubbed the "Durian Fruit Theater," probably the only one in Singapore.

Indeed, durian is a popular and favorite fruit on the Lion Island. It is especially sold in the Chinese neighborhood or Geylang. Durian in Singapore comes in a variety of flavors, ranging from large to rich, with smooth yellowish fruit juices to small fruits, just a little orange than grapefruit. bit.

3. Frog porridge

Singapore frog soup is one of the famous dishes that almost anyone in this country also has to try once. The most famous is the frog porridge in Lorong 9, Lorong 11 Geylang. Frog porridge consists of a porridge and a separate frog. Porridge cooked, smooth, smooth and frogs are marinated and stored in soy sauce. Frog meat served to customers look very attractive, yellow color, hot and fragrant aroma. The frog meat is not hard to eat but aromatic and spicy, suitable when eaten with white porridge.

Note that frogs are usually cooked quite spicy, you should be cautious if you can not eat spicy food. Prices for a soup porridge with frogs cost about 8 SGD a child. In addition to frog porridge, the restaurant also serves other dishes such as frog fried on bamboo shoots, fried vegetables, seafood such as squid, oysters.

4. Pork Noodles on Hill Street Tai Hwa

Pork noodle via FoodieFC

Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork is popular because of quality and price. The restaurant is also awarded a Michelin star in 2016. The restaurant serves pork blinds such as dry noodles, noodles, pig soup ...

To say the taste of the food here is very good, fresh pasta, fresh meat, liver pig liver, sweet soup bar. The price for each meal is 6-10 SGD (100-170 thousand VND). This is considered quite a soft price in this expensive country. The restaurant started to sell from 9 am, always in crowded condition so you may have to queue for quite a long time.

5. Chicken Soy Sauce in Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle

Chan Hon Meng, located on Smith Street in Chinatown, is a delicious and nutritious dish. This is a Michelin 1 star restaurant but the price is not more affordable, only about 40 dongs you have a full meal.

Therefore, the shop is always in the state of crowded, open sale in the evening, but there is only the afternoon was empty. In addition to the famous chicken noodle soup, the restaurant also serves rice, noodles, stir-fried vegetables and a few other dishes.

6. Dimsum

Dimsum via Singapore Tatler

If you are a dimsum lover, you should not miss this dish when traveling to Singapore. In addition to Dimsum restaurants such as Din Tai Fung or Tim, Wan Ho is quite expensive, in the most expensive country in Asia, you can still enjoy the dimsum in the more popular pubs, but the quality of food is still delicious.

You can enjoy a dimsum dinner with hot dumplings, chicken legs, soy sauce, chicken dumplings, sausage ... with the price of 3-7 SGD a dish at the popular Dimsum such as Swee Chon Tim Sum or Wen Dao Shi at 126 Sims Avenue. These are dim sum bars that are both popular with locals and tourists because of their delicious and affordable taste.

7. Bak kut teh

Bak Kut Teh is a dish originating from China, meaning ribs. Dishes of pork ribs are stewed with special water from herbs and spices. This is healthy food, can be eaten with rice, vermicelli, scrambled or even a bowl of Bak Kut The alone is enough to help you awake and tired.

You can find some of the famous bak kut teh restaurants on Balestier (Founder Bak Kut Teh, 347 Balestier Road), Rangoon Road (Ngang Soro Pork Ribs Eating House, No. 8 Rangoon Road) and Joo Chiat Road (Sin Heng Bak Koot Teh, No. 439 Joo Chiat Road).

Hopefully, you will enjoy your time in Singapore!

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