Singapore Street Hawkers

They say that food is part of a country’s culture; if that’s the case, then Singapore is more than ready to share their culture with anyone willing to learn. There are a lot of food that can be found in the Singapore Food Trail, such as the following:

The Sin Ming Road ‘Bak Kut Teh’

The Bak Kut Teh is more commonly known as ‘Pork Bone Tea’. It’s food that spans territories as it has two versions—the Malaysian and the Singaporean version. It also possesses different flavors, a perfect character dish for a restaurant that has been operating for 30 years.

Boon Tat Street ‘BBQ Seafood’

The Boon Tat Street food stall is one of the Food Trail’s pride and joy. Born more than 20 years ago, the restaurant has become part of what Singapore is best known for; Street seafood. The business has grown from a single stall to four spread through the city, with one located at the Trail. There’s also ones found at Glutton’s Bay, Smith Street, and Chomp Chomp Food Center.

Bugis Street Ah Huat ‘Hainanese Chicken Rice’

By now, Bugis Street Ah Huat has been serving their Hainanese Chicken Rice for 47 years or so. That’s a lot of time that passed; the expertise and the lessons learned from those years makes this dish truly something to be sampled. The current owner, Mr. Pua, took over his father and created something truly original with his father’s dish.