19 Mar '16, 2pm

Homesick for #Singapore's #Hawker Fare on @FathomWaytoGo

Homesick for #Singapore's #Hawker Fare on @FathomWaytoGo

Maybe it's the hot, muggy, crowded hawker centers, with food prepared in massive black woks over hot fires, by hands so calloused and experienced they don't register the scalding heat anymore. Every dish is absolutely personalized to your tastes. Because you speak directly to the cook, you can ask for less oil, more chili (always), and swap out ingredients you don't like for more of the ones you do. All, I might add, for dirt cheap prices (an average chicken-rice dish costs about S$2.50.) You just can't get this experience in New York.

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