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Street food in Singapore
Last summer when I was going on a business trip to Singapore, I was afraid of two things: that there are very strict with cleanliness — thrown a candy wrapper or cigarette butt punished a little but not a prison, and it was very expensive. Both ears have been somewhat exaggerated. The city is really clean, but not sterile, debris found — even at the brand-new Gardens by the Bay under a Bush lay a plastic bottle. People behaving carefully, but without fanaticism. We with the photographer Yuri Palmin were the only people who rushed to pick up the napkin if it suddenly flew from our table. As for the high cost is especially true for those who live there. Tourist can also choose to settle in the Raffles hotel for a thousand dollars and order a tasting set in the restaurant, Waku Ghin for half that amount or find a modest hotel and eat in restaurants not (or not always), and on the street.
In the case of Singapore, it does not involve any hardship and danger. Street chefs was organized in the numerous hawker centre or food centre — pavilions with roof but without walls. The principle is the same as in the food courts of shopping centers: food is sold in different booths, the tables are shared. This is not some fast food, and the normal Singaporean cuisine, that is a mad mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian, with splashes of other’s traditions. Meals are on average $2-5, the portions are generous and promise not only saturation, but also a lot of emotions from bewilderment and fear to joy and admiration. To choose the shelves should be those where a long queue and also watch yelp and foursquare — where people discuss their favorite chefs.
Food centers in Singapore a lot, but if you come for a few days, you have enough of those in the heart of the city.
Lau Pa Sat, the former Telok Ayer Market (18 Raffles Quay)
It is the oldest market in Singapore, has existed since 1825, first, really, before there were sold not only food. Pavilion metal buckle similar to the structure of Gustave Eiffel, and is itself a landmark. In Lau Pa Sat is Singapore all the main dishes: spicy soup laksa, black pepper crab, soup of pork ribs bak kut the, chicken rice, etc., but here it is necessary to try the national dish of satay, because it is not available in all centers. This little Japanese skewers like yakitori, from a variety of ingredients. They are prepared outdoors on an open fire in the hellish smoke. Find out who the best, we failed, because representatives stands grasp you already at the entrance, and you do not have time to recover, as already ordered.
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