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Friday, December 15, 2023

Singaporean Food

Aloha Everyone,

There is no Singaporean Cuisine. What one find are blends of Malay, Chinese, Indian and Indonesian plus Western influences. In the Philippines, “Singaporean Restaurant” maybe loosely translated. Some have strong French influence while others are pure Taiwanese cooking.

Lugang Cafe is an upscale eatery with a large selection of dim sum size plates. J.J. as usual helped choose dishes that are healthy for my diet. The main dish of duck was excellent and so was rice porridge served hot with garnishes.

Nan Yang is a small and casual cafe where we frequented on our previous visit. Located within 7 minutes walking distance from our current hotel, it is very convenient.

I ordered Haianese Chicken Rice and J.J. had Laksa, made of rice noodles in spicy coconut curry soup with shrimp, fish cakes, eggs and chicken.

Price we paid at Nan Yang is about 50% less and of the good quality. The food is served steaming hot. It was the perfect place to go on a wet and humid night.

Aloha -- Cathi