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Where to go for great street food in the neighbourhood



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If you’re looking for some OG street food, you’ll never go wrong with Geylang. The area gets a bad rap for the unadventurous. After all, as Singapore’s most prominent red-light district, it’s easy to make a wrong turn into a sleazy alleyway. Yet, those familiar with the area will be able to meander their way through the best dining gems in the neighbourhood. Apart from classic Cantonesezi char plates, the locale also sees some interesting dishes including the divisive Frog Porridge. Read on for all our favourites.

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Published on: Saturday, January 30, 2021

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