Organized by the New Press Media Trust, "Singapore Food Supreme" has entered its sixth edition this year. The 60 participating hawker stalls and restaurants are divided into four districts by subway line: North-South District, Circle Line District, Northeast District, and East-West District.

The 10 stalls or restaurants with the most votes in each district can advance to the next stage, and the top three in each district will be selected by the judges. Judges will rate the food for taste, presentation, service, hygiene, and value for money.

Singapore must eat food inventory:

Kaya Toast: A Singaporean favorite for breakfast, it is spread with a local sauce made with eggs, sugar, coconut milk, and pandan spice. Serve with half-boiled eggs, a little dark soy sauce, and white pepper. Delicious eggs complement the tantalizingly sweet and crisp kaya toast, and the day is off to a good start.

Teh Tarik: Singapore's signature drink. The carnation brand condensed milk it uses is a well-known product in Singapore, and its blending process is also very artistic. The tea is washed back and forth between the cups, creating a rich foam, which is also the meaning of the word "Teh".

In Singapore, Teh Tarik has popped into countless coffee shops such as Starbucks and Coffee Bean, so it's fairly easy to get your hands on this specialty drink.

Chili Crab: In addition to the most famous Singapore national dishes, Chili Crab and Black Pepper Crab, Chili Crab Brothers also eat white pepper crab, cream crab, steamed crab with vermicelli, baked crab with salted egg yolk, etc.

Otah: Otah alone is quite flavorful as a snack, and it also has new effects when paired with other delicacies such as laksa and nasi lemak. It is also a food that can be found in the streets and alleys of Singapore. Every food center has one or two Otah stalls.

Kuay Teow: Stir-fried flat rice vermicelli noodles with light and dark soy sauce, shrimp paste, tamarind juice, bean sprouts, and chives. Most food centers in Singapore have char kway teow stalls, such as Maxwell Road Cooked Food Centre, Zion Road Cooked Food Centre, etc.

Black Glutinous Rice with Coconut Milk: Glutinous rice porridge is a common porridge that is also eaten in other countries and regions.

However, the difference in Singapore’s practice is that the black glutinous rice is boiled into a sticky shape, and the finishing touch is topped with rich coconut milk, which ingeniously combines the richness of texture and the richness of taste.