Place: The Singapore Food Trail, Singapore Flyer, Singapore
Dish: High Street Tai Wah Pork Noodles, 'Rojak', and 'Lobak'
Price: Average SGD5 per plate
The ride on the Singapore Flyer was really great, and we had a fantastic view of the city of Singapore (which included the newly opened Marina Bay Sands Hotel, and the Gardens by the Bay) despite the drizzle. They say that the view is better at night, but unfortunately for us, we had other plans during the night. Nevertheless, we enjoyed ourselves thoroughly :-)
Did you know that the Singapore Flyer is the world's largest giant observation wheel? You can even have a full butler sky dining experience on the flyer while enjoying a four-course fine dining menu! For more info on the tickets, service offerings and prices information, check out their website at -->http://www.singaporeflyer.com/.
So back to the food.The Singapore Flyer is also home to a host of eateries where you can wine and dine. We settled on the Singapore Food Trail for lunch, as it is a one-stop place to sample Singapore's variety of hawker food. Did you know that the Singapore Food Trail is Singapore's first and only 1960s-themed food street. Here you will find Singapore's famous heritage hawkers and local delights.
I tried the High Street Tai Wah Pork Noodles which is the top 3 must try food at the Singapore Flyer. Absolutely delicious and I just love it! We also tried the 'Rojak', and 'Lobak'. Each plate cost on average SGD5, which I think is good value for money. I think this place is great for tourists and locals alike. Do come if you have not been here before! :-).
|High Street Tai Wah Pork Noodles|
|A stall selling drinks|
|High Street Tai Wah Pork Noodles Stall|
30 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039803