Singapore: Ultimate Fusion

Lang, Joan
October 2007
FoodService Director;10/15/2007, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p40
Trade Publication
This article focuses on hawker centers in Singapore, where individual vendors offer Southeast Asian cuisine. Each vendor specializes in a different food specialty, such as curry puffs or fried prawn noodles. Singapore's cuisine is fresh, flavorful and frequently spicy, but usually quite simple. Common ingredients include Chinese condiments, Indian spices and Malay herbs such as lemongrass, chilis, coconut and galangal. Singaporean cuisine is also closely associated with the food of Malaysia. Many specialties are noodle- or rice-based.


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