One of the main activities in Singapore is eating. I learned this on our first day when we arrived at our first Hawker Centre, completely bemused by the sheer amount of stalls serving up all kinds of dishes I wanted to try. A family sitting near by sensed my curiosity and asked us to sit down with them and try their breakfast. A sort of crispy pancake that you dip into sugar and coconut. Delicious. The old grandma in the corner started motioning with her walking stick for her daughter to go and buy us a plate, she willingly obliged and a lovely brunch ensued. We were quite taken aback by their hospitality, and ever so grateful for it. I’d like to pay it forward and tell you about the most wonderful eating experiences I had in Singapore so you may enjoy it as much as we did. Continue reading “The 6 Best Places To Eat In Singapore”
It’s not much, but it’s enough to get a taste and a glimpse of this surprising country. Each of the three main islands, Hong Kong, Kowloon and Lantau, have their own distinct character and charm. A day on each is plenty, it’s a small country after all. But you don’t want to rush around or miss any of the numerous highlights on this short trip, so follow my guide for the best eats, sights and treats.
Whilst not all of my favourite street food in Hanoi are served on the street, this shouldn’t deter you as I have high standards, and sometimes that involves sitting on an adult sized chair in a ventilated room.
If you’re a serious foodie, it’s worth downloading an offline map like maps.me and saving your favourite places that you want to visit so you can find them more easily.
This is also a good time to mention that if a restaurant becomes popular, a copy cat will eventually pop up next door. If in doubt, always go to the busy one that isn’t vying desperately for your business.
Here’s my top pick of delicious dishes to be found in Hanoi, and my favourite places to eat them: