As we all know, Singapore is a city that has plenty of international flavors as well as local cuisine. Being a city that has many expats, this means that you can easily find excellent cuisine from a variety of cultures. Here is a our list of the top ten international food in Singapore.
Many people confuse Iranian with Turkish, Indian or even Greek food and whilst there are some similarities, Iranian cuisine is in a league of its own. Utilizing ras al hanout, saffron, preserved lemons, cinnamon and pomegranates, as well as a vast range of nuts, you can easily find something for every taste. Fruity, tangy, and just a little spicy, try chicken stew with walnuts, served with tahdig rice, which has a crunchy bottom (or top). Of course, you might also associate kebabs with Iranian cuisine and you wouldn’t be wrong. Enjoy a lamb kebab with plenty of yoghurt and mint tea for afterwards.
3A River Valley Road
Russian cuisine gets a bad name for often being quite dense and lacking complex flavours. However, there are also plenty of famous dishes that more than rectify this reputation. From blinis with caviar, to stuffed cabbage rolls, and grilled shashlik (similar to a skewered kebab), there is plenty to suit even the most refined of connoisseurs. For dessert, try Charlottka, a layered cake reminiscent of a Napoleon, washed down with plenty of vodka, of course.
545 Orchard Road
Far East Shopping Centre
Hawaiian cuisine is having a real uptake in popularity at the moment, thanks to poke, a mix of tuna or salmon, rice, edamame beans, wakame, and vegetables. Whilst this is one of the top recommendations when eating Hawaiian food, you can also try their pork buns, which are not dissimilar to those found in dim sum. Thanks to all the influences surrounding Hawaii, which range from China to Japan and Portugal, Hawaiian food is a lot more international than you may think.
A Poke Theory
27 Boon Tat Street
Greek food is loved the world over for being tasty, flavorful and occasionally healthy. From grilled meats in a gyro, served with salad, pitta and Greek yoghurt to spanakopita, a spinach pie and moussake, a type of aubergine and meat lasagne, you can be sure to find something you like. To finish, try baklava with honey and pistachios, which may hurt your teeth but leave you feeling entirely satisfied.
Mykonos On The Bay
31 Ocean Way
Cuban cuisine is also fast becoming more and more popular. It’s Caribbean and Spanish roots ensure that whatever you choose will be full of flavor. Try ropa vieja, shredded pork in a tomato-y sauce, usually served with crispy, salted potatoes. Then of course there is the famous sandwich cubano, consisting of toasted bread, cheese, ham, pork, pickles and mustard. There are also variations of traditional dishes of rice and beans, as well as pollo con arroz, which is chicken and rice.
3B River Valley Road