For the Foodie in You

There is nothing wrong if you are a food lover. As long as you exercise regularly, you can eat everything you want without thinking of calories. Life is better if you indulge but not to the point of overdoing it because it is unhealthy. Here in Singapore, you will be spoiled with many delectable choices. You can start with:

Hokkien Prawn Mee

Hokkien Prawn Mee is prepared by frying eggs, noodles, bean sprouts, squid, prawns and garlic together with a tasty stock. After cooking, it is sprinkled with lime and chilli to give extra punch and spiciness. If you want to taste the best Hokkien Prawn Mee, you should head directly to Geylang Lorong 29 and Nam Sing.

Kaya Toast

Kaya Toast is made of coconut milk, eggs, Kaya spread, sugar and other preserves. It is a popular snack here in Singapore that almost all coffee shops serve it. If you want to grab Kaya Toast for breakfast or as a snack, you should head to Ya Kun and Killiney Kopitiam. The toast is best paired with boiled eggs and coffee or teh tarik.


Laksa is a traditional Peranakan dish made of bean sprouts, fishcake, noodles and prawns. It is typically served with spicy and milky soup with chilli. If you want to grab Laksa, you should head to Katong Laksa, Terry Katong, Lucy’s, 48 Roxy, Sungei Rd and many more.

The good thing here is that there are many cuisines from Indians, Chinese and Malays. Some dishes are concoctions of two or more culture. You will never run out of choices. If you are a foodie, every dish is an adventure.