There is no lack of choices when it comes to breakfast in Singapore and especially in this culturally diverse country, it is "no lack of choices" times three, four, five or more!
Personally, I classify some of Singapore's street-food as breakfast (or my breakfast cravings?) but they certainly are not the healthiest or most nutritious type of breakfast to start off your day, so indulge your Lontong, Roti Prata, Prawn Noodles, Radish Cake in moderation.
The eastern part of Singapore - e.g. Katong, Marine Parade, Joo Chiat, East Coast Road, offers a wide variety of popular Singapore street-food. Those living in the eastern part of Singapore are indeed spoilt for choices. If you are visiting Singapore, make sure you set aside at least half a day in the east region for food, before heading to central-downtown for fun and play.
Lontong, Marine Terrace
Prata Talk, East Coast Road
The fishballs and fishcakes are handmade without the use of preservatives.
Ru Ji, Old Airport Road
Joo Chiat Prawn Noodles, Crane Road, Carpmael Road
Not the most healthy or nutritious in any fact but the combination of soft radish cake and sweet sauce is just addictively yummy.
Bee Bee Carrot Cake, Marine Terrace
Tag: breakfast streetfood, singapore street food
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