The cuisine of Singapore is a rich fusion of the culinary traditions of the many ethnic groups that make up its population. Malay, Chinese, Indian and Indonesian dishes and ingredients are popular.
Singaporeans take their food seriously and talk about it endlessly. This small, affluent city-state is full of vibrant markets, redolent food carts and excellent restaurants with some of Southeast Asia's best cooking.
Typical Singapore Dishes
Try these recipes from Singapore.
(Malaysian Singaporean stir-fried rice noodles with shrimp)
(Malaysian, Singaporean coconut curried noodle soup)
(Indonesian batter-fried bananas)
(Indonesian beef simmered in coconut milk)
(Indonesian chicken skewers with peanut sauce)
(Indian, Pakistani yogurt-marinated and broiled chicken)
(Chinese steamed pork and shrimp dumplings)
(Indonesian stir-fried noodles with vegetables)
(Indonesian vegetable salad with peanut sauce)
(Indian potato and cauliflower curry)
(Singaporean Hainanese chicken rice)
(Indonesian cucumber pickle)
(Singapore chilli crab in a spicy tomato-chili sauce)
(South Asian yogurt condiment)