Have you ever fancied going around the world in no less than 24 hours? Imagine going to places like Japan, Korea, India and France in just a short span of time. Sounds impossible, right? But having a taste of the culture and cuisines of these countries in just a single day is actually plausible. All it takes is a touch of your imagination and some cash to spend as you go on an exciting food trip featuring international cuisines.
Are you ready? ‘Cause here are some food places you might want to visit on your next weekend holiday trip.
Going to Japan for breakfast
There’s nothing like a warm bowl of breakfast as a perfect start for the day. And could you think of a better dish to warm you up than a good bowl of steaming ramen? At Ippudo, you could expect no less than that perfect serving of slurp-worthy ramen. Started by the Ramen King himself, Shigemi Kawahara, you can be satiated with any of the Hakata style ramen they offer. Go ahead, have a little peek of Japan through the inviting doors of Ippudo at 333A Orchard Road, Mandarin Gallery.
Lunch destination: Korea
From one Asian country to the next, let’s go to Korea for some hearty lunch. It’s time to feast on mouth-watering meat dishes like grilled pork and beef along with several kinds of delectable side dishes at this Korean food destination. You’ll even feel as if you’re exactly in their country when you visit Todamgol. Located at 31 Tanjong Pagar Road, you’ll get to enjoy authentic Korean dishes which will surely delight your taste buds and fill your hungry tummy.
Headed to India for dinner
Will all the red meat you had during the day, it’s fitting to give your stomach a break and go for something light like an Indian cuisine. You don’t need to fly to India either to get a taste of their authentic dishes, just head to Daawat Tandoori at 207, Upper Thomson Road, Yew Lian Park. Here, you have an expansive selection of vegetarian meals as well as menu items that have chicken as the highlight of the dish.
For something extra, go to France
Of course, any day won’t be complete without having something sweet to tickle your palate. For luxurious desserts, you could never go wrong with French delicacies. At 30 Penhas Road stands the sweet fortress of Antoinette. Antoinette is owned by Parisian patisserie Chef Pang Kok Keong and in this dessert shop you’ll have tons of choices to satisfy your sweet tooth.