Best part of Singapore to stay for a foodie
Replies: 3 - Last Post: Feb 20, 2012 8:24 PM Last Post By: huckleberry_fin
Jan 19, 2012 4:52 PM
Best part of Singapore to stay for a foodieI would like some opinions on the best place (part of town) to stay for a foodie? I've read Katong is good, but I'm also looking for nightlife in the area (no clubs, just bars). I plan on doing the Betelbox food walk and the Makunsutra tour, any other food tour/walk/event/class I should look into? I will be in Singapore for four days at the end of March after a month-long Asia trip, and I'm going strictly for the food culture, so hook it up!
If your a Singapore Native and willing to hang out with a nice American (30yr male, if you care, I don't) and show me some good food spots then send me a PM.
Jan 28, 2012 3:36 AM
2the betelbox and makansutra tour already covers preety much entire of singapore. heres a food blog that may help you in your search
or simply ask taxi drivers where to reccomend. tho the usual rules apply , long queue/lots of people eating from the same stall means that the food is most likely of some standard.
for drinks , do head down to raffles hotel at the long bar for the singapore sling. there are lots of bars along boat quay/clarke quay area where nightlife is happening.
do pick up singlish along the way as it'll ease your conversation when talking to the locals when ordering food or asking whats their speciality. as some stall owners do not speak english.
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