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Literally meaning ‘creamy rice’ in Malay, many dieticians will tell us to find a healthier alternative for it but really, few Singaporeans can resist the hearty and fragrant nasi lemak. Commonly sold in neatly folded coconut leaves...
 
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Much to my surprise, the secret doesn’t lie in the sauce, nor the type of crab, but how much (or little) the crustacean is smashed - which determines the richness of flavours the diner will experience...
 
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His customers flock from faraway places, as far as Hong Kong and China to tuck into his noodles at East Coast Road. That’s a long way to travel, but that’s how much mileage a food programme has brought Mr Alex See...
 
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It was said that a long time ago, a Peranakan man was so in love with satay sauce that he smothered it over everything he ate. This incidentally included a plate of steamed vermicelli or bee hoon and voila, a popular local dish was born!
 
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Think Amoy Street ginger tea, and many will associate it with Rafee’s Corner. Rafee’s Corner is one of the many stalls on the second floor of Amoy Street Food Centre. The stall’s humble beginnings can be traced back to 1958...
 
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Generous servings of steamed white chicken with glazed, jelly-like skin atop giant grains of rice infused with the essence of sweet chicken broth and a fragrant hint of pandan. Accompanied with the flavourful trio of chilli sauce...
 
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Spend some quality time with senior citizens living along Beach Road and more often than not, they will tell you about the old Alhambra cinema. Back in its heyday, Alhambra cinema was one of the places to be if you’re looking for a place to unwind...
 
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In Pixar’s movie, Ratatouille, the great Parisian chef Auguste Gusteau proudly proclaimed three simple words: “Anyone can cook”. It seems that this adage is especially true when it comes to us Singaporeans...
 
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Culture, heart and legend aptly describe the eastern enclave of Katong. A district synonymous and inextricably linked to a Singaporean dish. I’m talking about ...
 
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What kind of image does the name “Devil’s Curry” conjure? Does it strike fear in your heart? Well, fear not! ‘Devil’ is actually an adaptation of the Kristang word, debal, which means “leftover”.
 

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