GLOSS Issue 3 ( September / October 2017 ) - Page 63

WA N D E R L U S T Bon Appetit As a result of its myriad vivid cultures and ethnicities, Singapore offers dynamic cuisines such as Indian, Chinese, Arab, and Malay. Quaint hawker centres, shopping centres, food courts, and archaic shop-houses cater to tourists all year round. Some of the dishes that are on Singapore’s dining tables, and ones you must try, include Hainanese Chicken rice, Satay, Durians, Nasi Lemak, Roti Prata, and Fish Head Curry. The restaurants that you may want to try out are Banana Leaf in Serangoon road where piping hot South Indian food is served on banana leaves instead of plates. If it’s seafood and local dishes you desire, head down to the very famous Newton Hawker Centre. It’s a lively food destination which will leave you craving for more. If you are looking for a slightly upmarket yet not- too-expensive multi-cultural culinary adventure that Singapore is famous for, visit The Straits Kitchen, at Grand Hyatt Singapore. Flavors from Malaysia, India and China are presented in a contemporary marketplace setting for an authentic experience. Arab Street and Geylang Serai also have treasures for you to explore and enjoy. No one leaves Singapore without a full belly. 63