While Paris and much of Italy have long been hubs for incredible cuisine, Singapore is gaining traction as a food-lover's destination. Here, a look at some of the local favorites you can pick up from a number of street vendors and outdoor markets.
1) Small plates Bites made for sharing are nothing new (Chinese travelers stopped for dim sum-style snacks on the Silk Road way back in ancient times), but there’s no denying that small plates are having a major moment right now. What better way to experience a destination’s cuisine than ordering a whole host of dishes to sample? Taste it: Spain Head to the Iberian Peninsula for the ultimate in leisurely pl
Michelin stars are nice, but when you’re traveling, you don’t always have time for a sit-down meal. That’s where street food comes in; cheap and portable, street food refers to the broad range of on-the-go nibbles you’ll find throughout the world. Street food is intimately local and one of your best chances to get a glimpse into daily life in your destination. We’ve put together this list of some the best street food
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