Singapore's Local Dishes

Seafood

Seafood dishes are also another classic component of Singapore cuisine! Be it gathering around a big, savoury plate of Chilli Crab, or enjoying a bowl of Sliced Fish Soup, hawker stalls offer a sense of nostalgia and comfort. Another classic seafood menu item would be Curry Fish Head! Enjoy a night after work or sightseeing with Sambal Stingray.

Seafood

Seafood

Seafood dishes are also another classic component of Singapore cuisine! Be it gathering around a big, savoury plate of Chilli Crab, or enjoying a bowl of Sliced Fish Soup, hawker stalls offer a sense of nostalgia and comfort. Another classic seafood menu item would be Curry Fish Head! Enjoy a night after work or sightseeing with Sambal Stingray.

Fish Soup

Fish Soup

Fresh sliced fish, usually snakehead fish is used for preparation. Boiled with a variety of vegetables like tomatoes, lettuce, mushrooms, onions with fish stocks over many hours. Milk may be added for a flavourful finishing touch.

Oyster Omelette

Oyster Omelette

Very much like fried oysters except that no potato starch will be added into the mix and for people who a less filling side dish yet craves the freshness of Oysters and Egg. Unions and mushrooms might be added at different stalls to add on the flavour.

Chili Crab

Chili Crab

You can never say you've been to Singapore until trying one of the famous crab dishes (Chili, Black Pepper, Salted Egg). Wok-fried huge Sri Lankan Mud Crabs before adding on the signature chili gravy is a must-have because Singaporeans just love chili with everything. Finger licking good as you slurp up the chili gravy while feasting on the huge pincers. Don't be afraid to get your hands dirty although some shops might provide plastic gloves. Lastly, a little secret (order a side of fried buns to dip with chili gravy).

Curry Fish Head

Curry Fish Head

Huge Fish head cooked in coconut milk and asam curry powder gives you another favourite of Curry Fish Head dish. Known for the succulent taste of fish cheeks and neck brought out by the spiciness yet the milky sensation of the curry. An assortment of vegetables mostly goes together to make it a wholesome meal. You'll be surprised just how much meat there is on a fish head that is usually not on a menu.

Sambal Stingray

Sambal Stingray

Sambal stingray is also known as Ikan Bakar in Malay, it is a seafood dish well known in Singapore. Stingray is barbecued then it is coated in sambal sauce.

Fish Head Steamboat

Fish Head Steamboat

Fish-head steamboat is made up of a fish head plus bits of meat, skin and tendons which are sweeter and more flavourful than the white flesh of the fish. With different types of fish to choose from - ranging from promfret, garoupa, mackerel and snapper.

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