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The Top 10 Singaporean Food Start-Ups Ready To Take Over The World

Innovative, mouth-watering, and very eager to please your hungry tummy. No one gets over Singaporean food. Ever.

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Let's waste no time and get started right now:

1. Phat, a.k.a fed by Phat, is constantly pushing the creative boundaries of fusion food, aiming to surprise you with both the looks and the taste.

a) "Chicken Rice Ball"

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Stuffed with soy sauce chicken, topped with a dollop of garlic chili and slivers of pickled cucumber.

b) "Snoop"

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Stuffed with a juicy frank and slathered with "lemak chili padi" topping, a spicy Malay gravy filled with shredded chicken. Finished with a generous scatter of "sambal ikan bilis" & roasted peanuts.

c) "Tato Bombs"

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The first brainchild of Phat, a new take on the traditional Malay "Begedil." A crunchy golden exterior encrusting a pillowy ball of smashed potatoes, herbs and spices with a molten cheesy center. Served with chilli-and-roasted garlic aioli.

Where to find: Phat sets up pop-up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. It does catering too. For updates, follow their Facebook and IG accounts.

Contact: fedbyphat@gmail.com

2. Bakes and Crafts is here to bless us with the cutest handmade pastries and crazy delicious Churros:

a) Macarons

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Literally, can't even rn. Cuteness overload.

b) Their Original Churro, "Red Velvet Churro" with chocolate sauce & "Pandan Churro" with Gula Melaka (palm sugar) sauce

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Some say you may need to queue 30-45 mins to get your hands on them...

But all say, "IT'S WORTH IT."

Where to find: 7Kickstart Cafe at the Singapore Management University, Li Ka Shing Library Level 1. Also at various local art markets and different public events. Available for catering. For updates, follow their Facebook and IG accounts.

Contact: hello@bakesandcrafts.com

3. Uncle G's Handmade serves a huge variety of food, but is most known for its roasted pork dishes.

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Roasted to perfection, the pork is tender and succulent with its layers of fatty goodness retaining the meat juice. The contrasting crispiness of the skin only brings out the chewy texture of the savoury meat below.

b) "Fried porchetta slice with sous vide egg"

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Recreating the classic Italian roast pork dish, stuffed with homemade sausage filling and paired with a runny egg.

Heaven.

Where to find: Uncle G's sets up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. It accepts advance orders too. For updates, follow their Facebook and IG accounts.

Contact: uncleghandmade@gmail.com

4. Momolato is the #1 Champion of Asia Pac Gelato World Tour. It's summer all year round in Singapore, so of course the best icy treats must come from here!

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Where to find: Momolato does pop-up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. Available for catering as well as customizations of gelato and popsicle to suit your private/corporate event. For updates, follow their Facebook and IG accounts.

Contact: momo@momolato.com

5. TwoMen Bagel House promises some badass bagels that you never thought you need so badly.

Please meet "The Lox":

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Danielfooddiary: "A crispy crusted bagel with chewy doughy texture, topped with smoked salmon (not too salty, light cream cheese capers and onions. Part of this feels like a burger, except with a much healthier slant."

Where to find: 16 Enggor Street, Icon Village Altez, #01-12. They also do pop-up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. Available for catering.

Contact: hello2men@gmail.com

6. The Sng Bao Society is bringing nostalgia back in the coolest form with their remake of the old school Singapore-style ice packs.

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They deal with countless fusion flavours and are always ready to whip up a new one: Vodka Ribena, Thai Milk Tea, Limo-gini, Baileys Green Tea, Stylo Milo and the list goes on.

Where to find: TSBS does pop-up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. Available for catering too. For updates, follow their Facebook and IG accounts.

Contact: hello@thesngbaosociety.com

7. South East Sliders shows off their radical take on traditional Singaporean dishes by re-making them into sliders.

"Limpeh Slider"

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Beef Rendang Slider -- stuffed full of braised beef cheek cooked with Asian spices, topped with caramelised onions, pickles, lettuce & melted Swiss cheese.

Where to find: 6 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks. SES also does pop-up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. Available for catering and lunch time delivery too.

Contact: info@southeastsliders.com

8. Pong is making you a husk full of handcrafted gelato with fresh fruits. Lactose-free and perfect for health-conscious gluttons as well as vegans!

Where to find: Scape 2 Orchard Link, #02-18C. Pong also sets up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. Take-home tubs available for preorder. For updates, follow their Facebook and IG accounts.

Contact: pong.gelato@gmail.com

9. The Quarters is one of the pioneers of the "Mod-Sin" cuisine in Singapore, aiming to give the local favourites a modern twist.

2) Durian Can Boleh (Crème Brûlée)

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Where to find: Icon Village, 16 Enggor Street, #01-09. The Quarters also does pop-up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. Available for catering too.

Contact: info@thequarters.sg

10. Green Pea Cookie is the snack you would hate to live without after the first bite.

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Started by a group of Singaporean and American students living in San Francisco, this unique snack is traveling back to Singapore to find some pea-lievers. Gotcha!

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They even got on Kickstarter and made a huge success! #sgpride

They also have a YouTube channel documenting their milestones:

View this video on YouTube

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Where to find: Order online at www.greenpeacookie.com. Also have pop-up store at different local art markets and various public and private events. For updates, follow their Facebook and IG accounts.

Contact: hello@greenpeacookie.com

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