Foodie Singapore

[ Do not read if you are feeling hungry! ]

In 2014 I was still not a big fan of taking food photos, so these are not spectacular. I can’t wait to go back to Singapore and try more local food, as I feel I missed out on many things.


Typical Singaporean breakfast: soft boiled eggs and toast with butter and kaya (coconut jam)


Steamboat or Shabu Shabu. You pick the soup and then cook whatever you want in it.


The famous Singaporean chili crabs. 


Din Tai Fung soup dumplings (xiao long bao). This is a Taiwanese restaurant and they have branches in many places. Sadly, not in Spain.


Durian, «The King of Fruits». Its smell, taste and texture are like nothing I have ever eaten (or smelled!) before. You will know when you smell it.


Just a hint: you are not allowed to carry (or eat, of course) durian in public transportation. That’s how strong its smell is.

The great news is that you can actually acquire the taste for durian, and once you do, there’s no going back!


Singaporeans love rainbows! Rainbow cakes everywhere!


Chicken Satay with a spicy peanut sauce.


Thai Food! Green curry, some steamed veggies (I was missing my greens) and rice with pineapple.


Super fancy café. Observe coffee served in test tubes.


Chinese food at Paradise Dynasty at Changi Airport


Chicken rice, one of the most iconic dishes in Singapore. It is adapted from early Chinese immigrants originally from Hainan province in southern China.