We tend to be cautious diners and have usually avoided eating street food in Asia. Singapore was where we were urged to be braver as the hygiene standards are good and we thought it would be fun to try the experience. Glutton's Bay was buzzing when we arrived at 8pm and we had to hunt down a seat. The fact that it was obviously so popular gave us confidence and we shared a table with some local businessmen. All the stalls were busy.
We both had Hiananese Chicken rice which came as a set for $18 with broth and green veg. The lime juice was a little watery and not as good as the one we had the next day from a less touristy location. But overall this was a great introduction for the street-food timid and we would have gone back a second time if we had been staying longer.
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