After strolling around the Esplanade and you find the restaurants their expensive, head on to Makansutra Gluttony Bay. Here, you'll be able enjoy Singaporean hawker favorites with a fantastic view of the Merlion.
We went there for dinner, and found the place full of people. After browsing through the offerings and even seeing a Filipino grilled pork belly stall, I decided to get a grilled stingray and compare it to the one I ate a few days ago at Albert Food Court in Bugis. After one bite, the stingray was excellent, tender, moist, with the right sambal flavoring to make it addictive.
Obviously, this place is for tourists or for those with guests visiting from another country. Sort of like Hawker 101 or Cliff Notes to Singaporean Hawker Food. Supposed to be, the tenants of the hawker stalls are curated and selected for being the best representative of the dish they're offering but price point differences aside, this is a trip worth making. But don't forget to eat at the more established hawker centers like Lau Pau Sat, Maxwell or Newton, to get a full understanding of Singaporean hawker foodie culture.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.