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Singapore Food

Singapore: A Grilling Nirvana

Steven Raichlen | Posted 02.05.2016 | Taste
Steven Raichlen

The nearly five million people who make up this island nation at the tip of the Malaysian peninsula call it home. I call it a grilling nirvana.

How To Eat Your Way Through Singapore

Posted 04.05.2015 | Travel

Everyone’s favorite beer-drinking, cigarette-smoking, cuss-word-slinging, food-focused travel guide once said Singapore is “as close to foodie hea...

Surviving a 24-Hour Food Tour

KF Seetoh | Posted 01.10.2015 | Taste
KF Seetoh

It was scary as a participant, not knowing what else was ahead when this was among the first order of the day.

Interesting Foods to Try in Singapore

Viator | Posted 08.02.2014 | Travel

Singapore is undeniably one of the world's best foodie destinations, thanks in part to is blend of cultural influences that have created the ultimate fusion cuisine experience.

Singapore's Endangered Food Culture

KF Seetoh | Posted 01.27.2013 | Travel
KF Seetoh

The catch 22 of the Singapore food scene is that there is no culture of institutional continuity in this lucrative and well-loved food industry.

In Singapore, Food Future With No Past

KF Seetoh | Posted 11.06.2012 | Travel
KF Seetoh

To be a soldier of your food culture, you can't learn recipes, you gotta learn "feel."

The Immutable Laws Of Singapore's Hawker Centers

KF Seetoh | Posted 10.29.2012 | Travel
KF Seetoh

There are 107 hawker centres currently in Singapore, each housing up to 200 street food specialist stalls. If your gastronomic creed decree the need for such iconic hawker feed when in Singapore -- then chow down first on these guidelines to surviving a Singapore hawker centre.

PHOTOS: The Street Food Of Singapore

Kirsten Dixon | Posted 01.14.2012 | Travel
Kirsten Dixon

When I travel, I don't buy souvenirs -- the sombrero just never looks quite right back at home -- but I collect food memories. And a favorite is of a perfect starry night around a small metal outdoor table, surrounded by people I hardly knew, sharing Singaporean flatbread called roti prata.