Business is booming here, especially at the weekends. There are a variety of pasta, including dried noodles and clear soup noodles, and the most popular ones are curry noodles that can be added with extra garlic.
Located in the food street on Sentosa Island, there are many stalls and many Malaysian delicacies. The price on the island is a bit more expensive than outside the island, but it is also acceptable in tourist attractions. There is too much food.
It’s right next to Universal Studios. It’s cheaper to eat in Sentosa. It’s usually Malaysian cuisine. It’s not the best, but it’s cheap and you can pay by phone.
Wow. You can find all you want in this place. The hainan chicken is very tender.
There are many Southeast Asian snacks in the food festival.
Stir-fried rice noodles must be liked. It is the thinner fried rice noodles with bean sprouts, leeks, shrimps, etc. I think it tastes good because I like fried rice noodles. Of course, there are other local snacks in the food street, laksa, barley water, horseshoe water, curry rice and so on are not to be missed. tasty!
The Malaysian Food Street is at the exit of Universal Studios Singapore and is easy to find. There are a variety of local delicacies and Malay-style meals, such as Bak Kut Teh, Hainanese Chicken Rice, Prawn Noodles, Nasi Lemak, Fried Kway Teow, Curry Fish Head, Kaya Toast, etc. Everything is delicious .