5 Dishes You must Try in Little India

October 4, 2017

 

A visit to Singapore’s Little India not only gives you a chance to look at India’s traditional culture, but this is also a big opportunity for you to experience the flavor of a diverse array of Indian cuisines. Free walking day tours Singapore are perhaps the best way to explore Little India’s major attraction along with the gourmet offerings. Here are the top dishes you must try to satiate your taste buds when in Little India.

 

1. Butter Onion Raya, Raya Mysore Dosa & Ghee Onion Uthappam

These typical South Indian dishes are highly in demand among tourists in Little India. If you ever visit Little India, you must locate the place where the above-mentioned foods are available. The food contains no non-veg items. These dishes could be a good option for you if you a strict vegetarian.

 

2. Chicken Vindaloo

For the non-vegetarians, Chicken Vindaloo must be tasted to have the savor of a delicious cuisine that is highly popular in the Indian state of Goa. The word ‘Vindaloo’ derived from a Portuguese dish, which literally means ‘meat in garlic wine marinade’.

 

3. Hot Plate Fish Taucheo

The recipe of this delicious plate mainly includes steamed marinated fish added with some other important items like limejuice, cloves garlic, fish stock to name a few. This is simply a wonderful tasty food and must be tried while at your visit to Little India.

 

4. Baked Rosogolla

This famous Bengali cuisine is widely available in the Indian state of West Bengal. Gourmet retailers from Bengal (commonly called Bengalis) who are settled in Singapore’s Little India prepare Baked Rosogolla. Once you have a bite of this sweet dish you will surely fall in love with it.

 

5. Dal Makhani With Tandoori Roti / Pudina Paratha

These are typical North Indian dishes very popular in Little India. You can also have other veg and non-veg Indian cuisines, such as, Chicken or Mutton Dum Biriyani, Aloo or Gobi Paratha, Palak Paneer, Gobi Manchurian, Chicken Tikka Masala, Fish Tikka, Karhi Pakora.

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