5 weirdest foods sold in S’pore that we dare you to makan

So, you think you’ve tried almost everything overseas? You think that bug you makan in Thailand is the bravest thing you’ve done? Eh, Bro, wait long long. The weirdest foods might not be found in Singapore, but in Singapore, there’re some weird foods that if you can tackle, then you’re truly that food expert.  


Fried Scorpions

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Image: traveljournals.net

Yeah, if the thought of it makes you nausea, no worries, we feel you. The fact is that this is not in the main menu of the restaurant, but a request that you have to make. So if you’re in for something exotic, close your eyes and makan this.
Restaurant: Imperial Herbal Restaurant Address: 382 Havelock Rd, 169629  


Fried ants

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Image: littleobservationist.com

Wait, the look of scorpions is too much for you to handle? No worries, let’s learn how to walk first before running. In the same restaurant, and with the same SOP (i.e. you have to request for it as it’s not in the menu), you can get fried ants. They’re so small, people have said that it’s almost like eating sour crispy fried rice.
Restaurant: Imperial Herbal Restaurant Address: 382 Havelock Rd, 169629  


Fruit Juice Mee Siam

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Image: hungrygowhere.com

Mee siam with fruit juice? No, don’t worry: no one has accidentally toppled over a cup of fruit juice on your mee sian, although that could have been how the idea came about. Located in a hawker centre with the stall selling other low-priced items, you should really try this unique dish just so that you might be able to create the next Coke Fried Rice, you know.
Location: Famous Sungei Road Trishaw Laksa Address #02-66, Hong Lim Food Centre, 531A Upper Cross Street, 051531  


Crocodile Paws

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Image: travel.cnn.com

You know those angry predators you see in TV? Yes, that’s the creature we’re referring to. They look fierce, and their paws can be yours if you dare to makan it. It looks like a bigger version of chicken feet, and definitely packed more meat. That is, if you dare to makan it lah.
Restaurant: Cafe de Hong Kong Restaurant Address: 586 Balestier Rd, 329898  


Stir-fried Fallopian Tubes

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Image: travel.cnn.com

Oh, my, gosh. Maybe it’ll be better if you just think of them as pig’s intestines. After all, they look pretty similar. It has been said that they help in women’s fertility, but without any scientific basis, we’ll say it’s just old wife’s tale. Restaurant: Old Mother Hen Traditional Herbal Soup Address: 136 Sims Ave, Singapore 387458

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