Singapore is a resto and hawker haven; being a melting pot of different cultures has given rise to a great and vibrant food scene. And while we all wish that we can quickly fly out just for a bowl of laksa or chicken rice, at least you'll get to experience some of the very best that Singapore has to offer in Manila, even for a limited time.
In celebration of 50 years of diplomatic relations between the city state and the our country, Enterprise Singapore has set up the first-ever Singaporium at The Podium in Ortigas. Up until September 15, get to experience these awesome food stalls:
If it's a legit, filled-to-the-brim burger you want, then Wolf Burgers is your best bet. Try their signature Wolf Burger for a filling and sulit experience!
Aside from the pun (satay-sfaction, get it?), we're definitely loving these traditionally-prepped satay—perfect for when you want something that isn't too heavy.
There's a bit of history to Ming Fa: it started out as a fishball stand in Singapore's Chinatown in 1946. Now, it's known to be a huge manufacturing business spanning outside the country, offering laksa, chicken cutlet noodles, and fishball noodles, among others.
If you're a fan of East-meets-West dishes, then Collin's is for you. Try their interesting fusions which include Asian Seafood Spaghetti!
You'd wonder how one place can sell both Mexican and Turkish food, but it works! Enjoy a slew of kebabs and burritos, which are all certified Halal.
Craving for mixed rice, noodles, and everything stir-fry? Drop by Wok Hey and discover what "zi char" (a dining term that references Chinese cooked-to-order meals) truly means.
After a heavy meal, chill with Yeo's menu of beverages, from teas to soy drinks.
Chocolates, anyone? Benns is known to produce ethical, artisinal chocolates, working with Asian farmers directly to skip the middle man.
Singaporium also features lifestyle and retail brands, which include:
- Mighty Jaxx
- Play Nation
- Our Second Nature
- Her Velvet Vase
- Brynd Artisan