Singapore

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.

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Tee Eng Wang -- Lee's Restaurant

Andrew visits a restaurant where a doctor diagnoses illnesses and prescribes meals to make patrons healthier.

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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

 
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Tin Jin Hi Seafood Restaurant

Andrew visits a restaurant where the chef started out as a hawker.

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Big Dee's Grill and Damien's House

This restaurant specializes in traditional food that has been forgotten over the years.

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True Blue Restaurant

This restaurant pays homage to Peranaken culture and is dedicated to preparing traditional foods.

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