Andrew heads to Singapore to experience the diversity of food and culture. The melting pot is seen everywhere, including the hawker stalls where Andrew samples tasty treats.Go to Episode
Andrew has trouble choosing what to eat at these government-run hawker stalls that are clean, inexpensive and very popular.
100 Upper Cross St., Singapore
Hawker's Center - Adam Road
Andrew ventures to a smaller hawker stall to try Malay and Indian food.
2 Adam Rd., Singapore
This is one of Singapore's oldest and most colorful neighborhoods. Andrew visits an herbalist who offers tips on how to stay healthy.
Tee Eng Wang -- Lee's Restaurant
Andrew visits a restaurant where a doctor diagnoses illnesses and prescribes meals to make patrons healthier.
Banana Leaf Apollo
Directly across the Singapore River from Chinatown, this restaurant is located in Little India. It has been around for 3 decades and is renowned for its fish-head curry.
54 Race Course Rd., Singapore
Tin Jin Hi Seafood Restaurant
Andrew visits a restaurant where the chef started out as a hawker.
Big Dee's Grill and Damien's House
This restaurant specializes in traditional food that has been forgotten over the years.
True Blue Restaurant
This restaurant pays homage to Peranaken culture and is dedicated to preparing traditional foods.
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