More of the local fare from Singapore.
It actually almost makes me cry just looking at these pictures. I wish food could teleport.
There's nothing better than a hot Singaporean breakfast. Whether it is fried beehoon (rice noodles), or my fav half boiled eggs and kaya (sweet coconut jam) toast. The eggs are barely boiled, so you crack them into the bowl all runny and delicious and mix it all up with soy sauce and white pepper. ONOMNOM
Then for lunch, you can hop over to your favourite/nearest hawker centre, in this case we went to the best kway teow stall (so she says) in Singapore across from Great World City. Me and my friend over ordered on fried kway teow (wide rice noodles), oyster omelette and fried carrot (turnip) cake as usual.
Next meal up: dinner. My sister and I headed to the famous Chomp Chomp hawker centre for our last hawker food before we flew to Hong Kong. On the menu: everything.
But I only took one picture of the popiah (kinda like a spring roll but 10000x more delicious) and the satay beehoon in the background.
Tissue prata was the best midnight snack. Perfectly crisp and sprinkled with sugar on top, and dipped into curry or the mutton soup.
There you go kiddies. A full day of meals in Singapore. That just made me so sad and nostalgic.
I'm going to eat a bowl of chili and homemade bread to comfort myself.