Are you craving for some delicious Singaporean food?
Singaporean cuisine offers an interesting mix of flavors, colors and textures, being influenced by Indian, Chinese, Malay, and Indonesian cultures. And apart from Michelin Star restaurants, the Lion City is also known as a great place to enjoy hawker food.
Now you can get some of these hawker-food favorites in Manila. Sample some of their best-selling chow such as the Hainanese Chicken for a hawker-food experience you will love.
You can satisfy your chicken rice cravings in two ways—classic and fried Hainanese. Enjoy succulent pieces of poached chicken breast paired with flavor-packed rice plus garlicky bokchoy included in the classic Hainanese Chicken Rice (P 268) set. If you want a bit of crunch and depth, order Fried Hainanese Chicken Rice for the same price.
Love rice? Try out their take on Nasi Lemak. The rice is soaked in coconut cream which makes it fluffy. The rice set comes with sliced golden fried chicken, chili paste (sambal), roasted peanuts, egg, and crispy, fried anchovies.
Cheesy Chicken Chop Noodle (P 238) is stir-fry noodles served with golden crispy chicken slices with nacho cheese.
If you’re craving something light, go order their Classic Kaya Toast. Kaya toast is toasted bread filled with butter and coconut jam (kaya). Best eaten with your hands and dipped in perfect soft- boiled eggs with soy sauce, this much-loved breakfast staple goes perfectly with a cup of coffee (kopi) or tea (teh).
Also, Nanyang ensures that their Homemade Laksa (P 238) will be your next favorite chow. Laksa is symphony of creamy coconut milk-based broth, rice noodles, and perfectly-cooked shrimp. This hot noodle soup brims with layers of flavor and spices.
If you’re looking for no-fail Singaporean food, get them from Nanyang. All dishes were spectacular and I'd say one for the books! I will definitely be back with the whole brood.
3rd Level, Greenbelt 5
Makati Avenue, Makati City
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