If you are looking for Singaporean food, because you miss the food you savored during your last Singapore trip or you just want to experience a taste of Singapore (a medley and fusion of Chinese, Malay and Indian cuisine), don’t book your flights yet. You can get authentic and delicious Singapore cuisine that you get at Singapore’s hawker centers without paying travel tax by heading to My Singapore Food Street located at the 2nd floor bridge-way of SM Megamall.
Last Feb. 20, 2013, My Singapore Food Street opened officially to the public. At the opening ceremony was Vivien Tan, a fashion model, TV host, and restaurateur.
|Ms. Vivien Tan|
|Ms. Vivien Tan being interview by TV crews|
At the opening, the media and bloggers where introduced to some of the dishes of the restaurant.
Here are some of my favorites.
|Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice)|
|Hainanese Chicken with the 3 fantastic sauces (Sweet soya, sambal/chili, ginger)|
Teh Tarik, a Singaporean style preparation of coffee, was one of the highlights. They showed us how they make it. Here is the video:
What a great tasting coffee! I love teh tarik!
After having the coffee, Vivien told us about the Milo Dinasour, another of their signature drinks. Even after having coffee, I said I have to try it. I’m glad I did, it was a blast!
|Milo Dinasour (Milo Shake extraordinaire)|
The great thing about this place is you can go there so many times and experience the restaurant in a different way. You can go Chinese, Malay or Indian. Here are the items in their menu.
Next time I visit My Singapore Food Street, I would love to try the following:
I miss these two Indian dishes!
And one of my favorite Malay/Indonesian dish, the combination of Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice) and Chicken Satay; unbeatable combination.
|Nasi Goreng with Chicken Satay|
Looking forward to my next visit to My Singapore Food Street!
For more info and updates, visit their Facebook Page.
|The Chefs showing off with thier wok firing!|
|Yours truly Ted Claudio with the Operations Manager of My Singapore Food Street|
Credits: Photos without watermark and artwork from the My Singapore press release kit.