Signature Delights

Take a gastronomic trip through the rich flavours of Southeast Asia! Choose from an impressive line-up of Southeast Asia's most iconic hawker delights specially curated by the region's most acclaimed chefs and award-winning eateries.


Ayam Penyet Belado

Founded by Chef Faizal Admodirdjo, Waroeng Kita is famous for its delicious Ayam Penyet Belado. Originating from East Java, Indonesia, Ayam Penyet means "smashed chicken" in Javanese. The chicken is first marinated with a mouth-watering blend of aromatic herbs and spices, before being deep-fried to perfection.

Babi Sambal Matah

Babi Sambal Matah

Located in Seminyak, Bali the iconic Bali Pork Star is an eatery renowned for its mouth-watering fusion pork dishes accompanied by fresh and fiery Sambal Matah sauce, what makes them so unique is their cooking philosophy of serving traditional Balinese cuisine with a fresh twist.


Flying Roti Canai

Come be mesmerised as Chef Zainal Abidin twists, twirls, flips and pulls the elastic dough in the air to thin it - the theatrics makes you forget that this step is vital in ensuring that the resulting Roti Canai is crisp outside, soft inside and fragrant with every bite.


Klang Bak Kut Teh

Klang Bak Kut Teh is one of the few restaurants serving authentic Malaysia-style Bak Kut Teh. Klang's staple dish, which consists of tender pork ribs and herb-infused rich broth, has received great reviews from both locals and travellers.


KL Hokkien Mee

Founded in 1976, Mdm Lem's stall serves her famous dish, which features thick, chewy noodles dripping with rich, black gravy and succulent pieces of pork, squid and prawns. It’s all fried with flair over an intense flame to achieve a perfect balance of the flavours of light and dark soya sauce.


KL Pork Noodle

Located at Overseas Union Garden in Kuala Lumpur, Hong Cha Restaurant serves steaming bowls of signature pork noodle soup, which has become a local legend because of the generous amounts of ingredients such as squid and small prawns that give the soup a wonderful savoury-sweet taste.


Penang Ah Siew Popiah

Penang Ah Siew Popiah rolls, which are filled with fresh, tasty vegetables and are renowned for being light and airy.


Penang Char Koay Teow

The Lim Bros Char Koay Teow was founded by the Lim Brothers when they were just 16 years old. Since then, the duo has achieved fame in Penang and won many fans over with its Char Koay Teow - fried flat rice noodles. What makes the dish such a favourite is the delicious “char” flavour from the sizzling-hot wok.


Sempalit Curry Chicken Rice

Invented by Mr Damodaran Nair in Sempalit, Pahang in 1951 for Chinese customers, this beguiling, inviting and colourful chicken curry seduces the palate with just a hint of spiciness and plenty of creaminess. Since then, the secret curry recipe has been passed down for three generations to Chef Dinesh of KariGuys. The curry is still lovingly prepared the old-school way - in batches throughout the day using coconut milk, cumin, and a heady assortment of other spices for maximum freshness.


Singapore Shiok Summer Rolls

In keeping with the National Day spirit, indulge in celebrity food blogger Dr Leslie Tay’s Singapore-inspired Shiok Summer Rolls! Consisting of marinated pork belly, rice vermicelli, fresh strawberries (representing the national flag) and his special satay sauce which includes grated pineapples. It’s a delicacy where strong local flavours and refreshing taste of the original Vietnamese rolls collide in the most surprising ways! These incredibly flavoursome rolls are specially curated just for RWS Street Eats, but are limited to only 50 portions a day, so hurry and enjoy yours before it's all gone!


Phad Thai

Baan Phad Thai's version of Thailand's national dish is voted as one of the best in Thailand by travellers on Tripadvisor, Timeout, BK Magazine and Bangkok Best Dining. Interestingly, the secret 18-ingredient recipe comes with a dazzling range of protein choices ranging from vegetarian-friendly ones to crab and seafood.


Thai Boat Noodle

Traditionally served on the boats that travel through the canals of Bangkok, Thai Boat Noodles have become one of the most popular street foods in Thailand. The concept is simple: small portions of either rice or yellow egg noodles with minced pork or tom yam soup served up equally in small bowls.

Banh Mi

Banh Mi

Hungry for some Bánh Mì from Bánh Mỳ P? Then join the very long 'Q'. Rated as the best Bánh Mì in quite a few travel sites, the shop's sandwiches are famous for their crisp-yet-fluffy bread, fantastic fillings and superb sauces.



Popular amongst both locals and tourists, Ben Thanh Market's Beef Noodle Pho is an easy soup to fall in love with. The chewy noodles, savoury broth, the tender slices of beef make the dish a must-try Pho-sure!


Vietnamese Summer Rolls

Acclaimed Top Chef Vietnam 2014 finalist Chef Cam Thien Long (Steven Long) certainly knows his way around good Vietnamese Summer Rolls. His come with fresh, crunchy vegetables specially selected for their fragrance, aromatic leaves and cool noodles, which are all wrapped in paper-thin rice paper. A refreshing delight for summer, and a Vietnamese dish to remember.

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