Some people rate a place based on the gastronomical delights and varieties it has to offer. On this count, Singapore should get 9 on 10, if not a full 10 on 10. With Singapore packages, tourists book themselves up for things which give more pleasure than a Federer’s backhand or a Depp’s maverick grins. After all, if you are a foodie, there is no bigger pleasure than the sight of a waiter trudging in with a tray full of your favorite things.
Here are some of the best places to eat in Singapore:
Jalan Sultan Prawn Mee:
If you are into prawns, this restaurant located at 2 Jalan Ayer should be a really satisfying place for you. While prawn noodles are its USP, you can also expect to discover some really crunchy crabs and relish-worthy cuttlefish. This place is good for breakfast, brunch and lunch. It stays closed on Mondays.
To savor a taste of local dishes in authentic traditional style, Immigrants at 467 Joo Chiat Road is a recommended joint. Here, the style is rather archaic and you can rediscover your love for heritage dishes. It opens its doors at 5 pm daily and is a great place to slip in for a supper or a dinner.
Just so that you don’t miss your Indian food, we would recommend Andhra Curry. Located at 41 Kerbau Road by Little India, this is a rather quirky-looking restaurant where you can find some drool-worthy Hyderabadi biryani. At the same time, it is a strong contender for serving the best south Indian dishes in the whole of Singapore. So, this is one to keep an eye on!
Maxwell Food Centre:
Try as we might, we just couldn’t put Chinatown out of the list. So, this age-old Maxwell Food Centre had to find a mention. When you are in Chinatown (a top attraction that features in almost all the Singapore honeymoon packages), you have got to sniff your way through scores of stalls and eateries which collectively make up this food centre. While you can devour almost anything, ranging from chicken to noodle to what not, your wallet doesn’t need to suffer since the food out here is pretty cheap.