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Singapore In 12 Dishes

Author: Antony Suvalko

Another winner in the 12 Dishes culinary series brought to us by New Zealander Antony Suvalco and Sydney based Leanne Kitchen. A handy pocket guide, choc-full of information for the travelling foodie, who wants to get straight to the heart of good local food without wasting time. Can also be used as a travel guide for those who’d like a truly authentic experience.

ISBN: 9780473443337

Format: Paperback
Specs: 165 x 117 x 8mm, 140 pages
Publisher: Red Pork Press
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$24.95

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This unique guide is sumptuously photographed and chock-a-block with
invaluable information. It is the ultimate, pocketable companion for the travelling foodie, helping them cut to the chase, culinarily speaking. Made by food-lovers for food lovers, this book is for tourists who want a reliable entrée into local dining, without having to waste time. It's for those who want authentic food experiences and
to rub shoulders with locals. Focused squarely on the cuisine of a particular city, it is structured around 12 iconic dishes, with information on not just what these are but, most importantly, where they can be found.
But this book don’t stop at just 12 dishes. The restaurants listed represent much more than these essential bites - it is a starting points for one’s own culinary finds. It also includes a foodie shopping guide, bar listings, dining tips from well-known locals, where to find food streets and more.

Singapore in 12 Dishes is structured around iconic dishes such as laksa, bak kut teh, roti prata, chilli crab, nasi lemak and fish head curry. There are also sections devoted to Hawker dining (including a comprehensive photo ID of dishes), bars, where to eat Peranakan food, guides to ethnic enclaves Kampong Glam and Little India and how to combine coffee and cake with a walk around the art deco neighbourhood, Tiong Bahru.

• Easy-to-navigate with colour photography throughout
• Features a handy map, with major landmarks and restaurant locations
• Is pocketable, is exceptional value and has user-friendly content
• Restaurants for all budgets, with an emphasis on affordable options
• Listings put the traveller in the thick of local-style dining
• Handy foodie gift guide

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