Best 5 Cheap Street Food In Singapore
If you looking for a cheap food, you should find a right hawker stall. There are about 6000++ Stall in all around Singapore. Not all of them is Cheap, and for the right information, not all of them are suit with your tongue. But we have a 5 cheap food with a good quality, most of the stall has a same style, and some of them is not good enough, since most Singaporean love to eat at the stall after work time.
Let we talk about 5 cheap street food in Singapore. May be its not familiar but you will remember about them.
This culinary is quite easy to find in Singapore, because almost every food court and many restaurants serve this menu. this food is quite comfortable for the tongue of many people, the portions are quite and it feels not much different from the Indonesian cuisines (Nasi Uduk) are both made from the basic ingredients of coconut milk. It does not hurt if you choose this food to prop your stomach. The price of this food is also quite cheap around S$2.5 - S$3.5 depending on where we buy.
Cheap prices and choice of side dishes make this food much favoured by most of Singaporean or even traveller, cheap prices, many choices of side dishes like Chicken, Sausages (Chicken or Beef) Fried Egg, Tempe, Mee hoon, Noodle, and many more can make this food easy to remember and be loved.
Chicken Rice Singapura
Chicken Rice is quite different from Chicken Rice in Indonesia. If in Indonesia, they eat chicken in whole form here chicken has been cut lengthwise. If the original version of this food is served with no topping of any kind. But there are also presented by using toppings. but the fragrance is same, yeah in Indonesia you can call this food as Hainam Chicken Rice or Nasi Ayam.
The different is if Singapore Chicken Rice does have The kind of toppings provided like Black-paper Sauce, Lemon Sauce, and so on. The Chicken Rice also come with Salted Vegetable soup (Ba Kut) For the taste this food is more strong and maybe a little bit oily than Indonesian Hainam Rice but still quite tasty for our tongue. Portions are also pretty big and the price is quite friendly range S$ 3-6 depending on the stall you visit.
Nasi Briyani (Briyani Rice)
This is a typical Indian cuisine in the form of rice, for the Indians is a food that is usually consumed, in Singapore this food is not the main food, if you want this, you need to go out and buy it from Indian stall food. This kind of rice is different from the form of rice, the shape is long, and little bit small, the rice is more tasty, more crunchy and more fragrant because the scent of Indian curry is very strong. usually this food is provided with a piece of Chicken and also Gravy Gurry Goat. (if you are lucky, there will be a piece of meat in the Curry)
This one food should be sought in the corner of the food court, but not too difficult to find. the price you should prepare starts from S$3 - S$7. Do not assume this food is expensive, The portion of this food is usually much larger than other foods. so this is Worth it!
Laksa is a food type of noodles put seasoning with Peranakan culture, which is combined with elements of Chinese and Malay. Laksa has several types, the best known being the Penang Laksa. the noodles are round white and slightly thick.
Laksa have a many form, like Assam Laksa, Katong Laksa, Laksa Lemak. Most of the Laksa is sour and it fragrance is unique. This food maybe is a favorite food for Singaporean. The price average S$ 3.5 - S$ 6. Depend on the place that you visit.
Char Siew Rice
is a "fork burn or roast pork", this named came after the traditional method of cooking long seasoned strips of pork on a fork over fire. Char siew pork rice is served with slices of Char siew, sliced cucumber, white rice and covered in a sweet gravy or dark soy sauce. Generally you can choose steamed white rice or Chicken Rice.
Love it "aroma", smell good and usually they give a unique ketchup sauce that taste sweet and salt. For the great food come with a good price for your pocket. Average price is S$2 - S$5.
Char Siew Rice