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    Singapore Sling
    The Singapore Sling is a South East Asian cocktail. This long drink was developed sometime before 1915by Ngiam Tong Boon, a Hainanese bartender working at the Long Bar in Raffles Hotel, Singapore. It ...
    Fried Carrot Cake
    Also known as Chai tao kway.  It is made with radish cake (steamed rice flour, water, and shredded white daikon), which is then stir-fried with eggs, preserved radish, and other seasonings. The r ...
    Nasi Lemak
    Nasi lemak is a fragrant rice dish cooked in coconut milk and pandan leaf commonly found in Malaysia, where it is considered the national dish. It is also popular in neighbouring countries such as Bru ...
    Rojak
    Rojak (Malaysian and Singaporean spelling) is a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The term "Rojak" is Malay for mixture. It is a ...
    Fried Sesame Ball (Jian Dui)
    It is a ‘fried dim sum’ coated in sesame seeds, these balls are fried till crisp on the outside and are not much to look at. However, once you bite into it, you will realise what all the f ...
    Hainanese Chicken Rice
    Hainanese chicken rice is a dish adapted from early Chinese immigrants originally from the Hainan province in southern China. It is considered one of the national dishes of Singapore. Hainanese chicke ...
    Hokkien Prawn Mee
    Hokkien mee is a dish in Malaysian and Singaporean cuisine that has its origins in the cuisine of China's Fujian (Hokkien) province. In its most common form, the dish consists of egg noodles and r ...
    Dumpling Noodles (Wanton Mee)
    Served dry or in soup, Wanton Mee comes in two distinct versions, the Hong Kong-style version or the Malaysian and Singaporean version. Hong Kong-style Wanton Mee is usually served in a clear broth, w ...