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Before you visit Singapore, you should carefully plan what you will eat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner ahead of your trip, because there are so many tasty dishes there that you may be unable to decide.

Singapore's fish head curry is a national dish that can be found in Indian, Chinese, and Malay, as it combines the unique spice originating from India and the delicate flavor from China. Some are finished with Tamarind Paste, emphasizing its acidity, while others are more creamy added with coconut milk. Not only is the dish visually unique, but the spicy sauce and the meaty fish are truly delicious.

Sin Ming Roti Prata is a dish originating from Southern India that is usually served with flatbread, fish, and mutton curry. Today, Roti Prata may be served with a variety of spices and ingredients, including cheese, chocolate, ice cream, and even durians. Therefore, not only could it serve for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but also as desserts.

The two dishes are only a few out of the many delicious dishes in Singapore. These dishes are all unique and somewhat familiar as they are often combinations of different cuisines around the world. We strongly recommend you experience the wonderful food culture in Singapore.

Reference:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roti_canai