Thanks to its strategic location as a seaport, Singapore is home to a melting pot of cultures, making it a diverse international city with an eclectic culture and tasty cuisines.
If you’re looking for a gastronomical adventure in Singapore, why not try some lunch deals? Here are some of the best food options you can try when you visit the city.
Try some chilli crab at Crab Corner
Enjoy a sumptuous meal at Crab Corner, located at 1 Joo Koon Circle. The restaurant brings fresh and savoury crab dishes that foodies can enjoy. Some of their best-selling fares include chilli crab, black pepper crab and clay pot fish head curry.
Crab Corner also features a range of promotions for specific viands and meal sets, ideal for larger groups.
Check out the hawker centres for a variety of options
Locals and travellers alike can have good food at reasonable prices at hawker centres. You can find a wide range of local dishes on these food courts, such as char kway teow, laksa and chicken rice.
Despite the low prices (from S$2.50 to $5), foodies frequent these establishments because they serve quality meals. Some noteworthy hawker centres include the Chinatown Complex Food Centre, the largest hawker house in Singapore, and Maxwell Road Hawker Centre, featuring the Tian Tian Hainanese Chicken Rice stall.
Indulge your sweet tooth with kaya toast
Kaya toast has gone beyond being a popular breakfast option and a snack of choice for office tea breaks and shopping trips.
Kaya toast is widely available in Singapore, but some of the best kaya toasts come from Ya Kun Kaya Toast. The franchise has over 40 outlets in most of the city’s major shopping centres. The restaurant’s value set meals are ideal for first-timers, as the toast is complemented by a serving of soft-boiled eggs and coffee or tea.
You can also check out Conde Nast Traveler’s list of best restaurants in Singapore if you’re looking for more dining options. You’re sure to have an exciting dining experience once you set foot In the Lion City.