Singapore Street Food
Tender pieces of chicken marinated in spices, threaded on skewers, grilled to juicy perfection, accompanied by the traditional accompaniments of Chinese cut cucumber, onions and a spicy peanut sauce
A marriage of peanuts, coconut milk and spices, this aromatic and creamy sauce is a perfect accompaniment to Satay, Gado Gado salad and sesame peanut noodle salad.
Wonton Noodle Soup
Juicy pork and shrimp wonton dumplings served with egg
noodles in a clear light broth garnished with Chinese greens
Char Kway Teow
One of the most popular street food in Malaysia and Singapore, Char Kway Teow is smoky fried broad rice noodles with Chinese sausage and prawns; flashed in a fiery hot wok with a sweet black sauce.
Singapore Wok Smoked Drunken Beef Kway Teow
Tender stripes of beef marinated in Shaoxing Chinese rice wine and oyster sauce, flashed in a fiery hot wok and stir fried with broad flat rice noodles, choy sum and a very generous sprinkle of beansprouts.
An interesting tale follows, of how Roti John was invented, it is sometimes called Singapore’s version of the burger. Especially tasty for supper after a heavy night out! Minced lamb, red onion, eggs and sambal chilli cooked between two halves of crispy French bread.
A legendary Malay dish, fragrant creamy coconut rice served with boiled egg, cucumber, roasted peanut, fried chicken and the all important chilli sambal.
A spicy noodle dish with a curried soup base, served with succulent prawns, boiled eggs, chicken slices, bean sprouts, sambal chilli and a sprinkle of fresh Laksa leaves