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Fusion Food 2020

Singapore is a food paradise – and the birthplace to many unlikely creations.

By Kelvin Low      7 August 2020

Instead of the usual chicken liver, the dish is accompanied by foie gras. The garlicky and gingery chilli remoulade is made specifically to go well with this dish. Another spicy alternative available is their Nasi Lemak Sushi.


Nasi Coco Supreme

Makcik Market by Tenderbest
www.tenderfresh.com.sg

This is Nasi Lemak, but spiced up with Japanese Tempura. Originally from Nasi Coco when it was operating in Clementi, this dish has returned at the Tenderbest Makcik Market, a premium lifestyle food superstore in Bedok.

Taking the core component of Nasi Lemak, fragrant coconut rice is served with deep-fried mixed tempura (prawns, chicken tender, luncheon meat, seasonal vegetables) and lava egg. It is complemented with in-house sambal and a secret “Ten” sauce.


Laksa Romana Pizza

PizzaExpress
www.pizzaexpress.sg

Romana Pizza, also known as Roman pizza, is characterised by being very thin and crunchy. It also has a very low edge, making it easy to distinguish from the other pizza type: Neapolitan pizza.

To create the Laksa Pizza, PizzaExpress uses prawns, mussels, squid, clams, quail eggs, fried beancurd and homemade laksa sauce. It’s probably the safer option of satisfying your laksa cravings if you are wearing white clothes!

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