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Steamed Milk Fish Tom Yum Style

Steamed Milk Fish Tom Yum Style

Stinky beans (Parkia Speciosa) or Petai in the Indonesian language in spicy sauce with lean pork slices. These beans have high antioxidant contents, contains many amino acids and is regarded as an aphrodisiac. After ingesting Petai urine discharge will be smelly for a few hours.

Stinky beans (Parkia Speciosa) or Petai in the Indonesian language in spicy sauce with lean pork slices. These beans have high antioxidant contents, contains many amino acids and is regarded as an aphrodisiac. After ingesting Petai urine discharge will be smelly for a few hours.

Food as Art: Dim Sum creations from Janice Wong restaurant at the National Museum Singapore.

Food as Art: Dim Sum creations from Janice Wong restaurant at the National Museum Singapore.

Okinawa simmered pork knuckle.

Okinawa simmered pork knuckle.

A dessert of the Peranakan people of Singapore and Malaysia: Soft rice-flour cakes made fragrant with the essence of Morning Glory flowers, and eaten dipped in a Banana sauce

A dessert of the Peranakan people of Singapore and Malaysia: Soft rice-flour cakes made fragrant with the essence of Morning Glory flowers, and eaten dipped in a Banana sauce

Cubano Sandwich: Slow-roasted pork collar, melted Swiss cheese , mustard, pickles.

Cubano Sandwich: Slow-roasted pork collar, melted Swiss cheese , mustard, pickles.

Malay nasi padang: Ulam (salad): angle beans, chicory, Belimbing, cherry tomato, alfalfa, brussel sprouts.

Malay nasi padang: Ulam (salad): angle beans, chicory, Belimbing, cherry tomato, alfalfa, brussel sprouts.

Singapore Peranakan food. (Peranakans are the descendants of Chinese immigrant men who married the local Malay women. They have their own distinctive cuisine, haute couture, architecture and speak a patois that is a mixture of Malay and Chinese words. Seen here: Liver sausage which contains spiced pork, liver, shrimp and water chestnuts.

Singapore Peranakan food. (Peranakans are the descendants of Chinese immigrant men who married the local Malay women. They have their own distinctive cuisine, haute couture, architecture and speak a patois that is a mixture of Malay and Chinese words. Seen here: Liver sausage which contains spiced pork, liver, shrimp and water chestnuts.

Vegetable Rolls in Beancurd Skin with Watermelon Sauce: From Tim Ho Wan. SINGAPORE

Vegetable Rolls in Beancurd Skin with Watermelon Sauce: From Tim Ho Wan. SINGAPORE

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