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The Hainanese curry rice is an amalgamation of different cultures. It is essentially a fusion dish combining Hainanese Chinese, British and Indian – some, like food authority KF Seetoh, say Japanese – influences and cooking styles, and the result is a piquant and flavorful meal that warms the heart and tantalizes taste buds.

Thursday, 04 February 2016

Best Hong Kong cafés in Town

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They have great coffee. They have great food. They have great music. They have great ambiance. They are cheaper. These are just some of the many reasons why people prefer dining at Hong Kong cafés aka “Char Chaan Tengs” to restaurants.

Japanese-food

Beach Road is synonymous with Thai food, but it is home to several Japanese restaurants that serve some of the city's best sushi, sashimi and yakitori. If you're looking for a sumptuous, authentic Japanese meal that is prepared right from the heart by Japanese chefs, look no further than Beach Road.

Food porn is officially Singapore's second national pastime – because no meal can begin without the smartphones "eating". LOL! Singaporeans take their food seriously and our politicians are not spared the food porn craze.

Whether you are a foodie, Facebooker or Instagrammer, we urge you to take heed from these politicians...starting with the highly politicized Fengshan Market and Food Centre's orh luak. Sometimes, it is good to know what the politicians and MPs have to say about their constituencies' food because they are the ones who know their towns. Enjoy!

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Relax – it is good for you. And what better way to spend an evening relaxing at a suburban gastro bar with friends after dark, rather than partying at a nightclub until day breaks. 

Sometimes there is nothing more relaxing than chilling out. Forget Clarke Quay and its buzzing nightlife scene. The trend nowadays is to sit back, relax and indulge in some quality drinks at a gastro bar in Tiong Bahru. 

DauthenticThe Sultan of Brunei likes his cream rice fluffy and coconut-y with a subtle smell of pandan, sambal chili hot, fried egg runny and crispy, and chicken finger licking good. That is why he takes away packets of nasi lemak from Selera Rasa at Adam Road Food Centre whenever he is in Singapore.

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