Kim Choo Kueh Chang. The home of Singapore’s Peranakan culture.

By |April 29th, 2016|

Mention rice dumplings to most Singaporeans and they will instinctively come up with the name Kim Choo Kueh Chang. Since 1945 this Joo Chiat favourite has been producing some of the island’s most loved sticky rice dumplings. The shop (which is one of our stops on the Singabites Katong tours) is now more akin to a […]

Michelin Madness

By |March 2nd, 2016|

You can count the number of Michelin starred restaurants I’ve eaten in with one hand. For a man who enjoys eating as much as I do many people look surprised when I say I haven’t been to that many but to be honest I’m just not that bothered with it all. Don’t get me wrong, […]

Singapore food guide. 10 must try dishes and where to eat them.

By |February 4th, 2016|

This was written by food and travel blogger Maria Laborde after a recent tour with us. You can see more of her great stuff on

The Singapore food scene is a spicy reflection of its multicultural heritage. Very much like Malaysia, the island nation has been a world-renowned trade hub for centuries. By the 400s […]

7 Reasons to take a Singabites food tour.

By |January 16th, 2016|

Stuck for something to do on your stop over in Singapore. Or maybe you live here and want to try something different. Here’s 7 reasons why we think you should give one of our food tours a try.
In a foreign land it can sometimes be a bit intimidating trying new […]

What is a hawker centre?

By |January 7th, 2016|

We’ve been lucky to welcome guests from all over the world at Singabites and a common question we always get asked is “What is a hawker centre?” A brief simple answer would be to describe Singapore’s hawker centres as food courts, but this only scratches the surface. Hawker centres are much, much more then this. Singapore […]

The Real Katong Laksa

By |January 7th, 2016|

You can buy Katong Laksa all over the world. From the East village in New York to food courts in Sydney this Singaporean favourite is one of our most loved exports. But what makes a normal Laksa a Katong Laksa? And how did it all come about?

Like any decent urban legend there is a story […]

SingaBites Blog

By |November 17th, 2015|

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