Street Food In Singapore Is Next-Level Good

Every country in the world takes pride in its street foods. It’s really no wonder why these quick bites have become so representative of each region’s culture. Due to our busy, on-the-go lifestyles, many locals and tourists alike opt to eat quick meals on the go rather than dining in fancy restaurants. Out of all the street food cuisines in the world, Singapore has got to be at the top of the list. Here are some mouthwatering dishes that prove it.

Hainanese Chicken Rice

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Hainanese chicken rice is so popular in Singapore that it has gradually become the country’s unofficial national dish. However, like many other dishes, was originally brought to Singapore from China, specifically from the island of Hainan. The dish is cooked by dipping a whole chicken into a flavorful pork bone broth until cooked. It is then sliced and served over rice, which is also cooked in chicken stock. Best served with a hot chili dip, ginger, and soy sauce!