September is here! Meaning we’re well on our way with the General Elections. There’s a long list of contesting parties this year, each with their own perks and quirks. With all the excitement and buzz surrounding our political scene, it’s hard not to feel hungry. With that said, we’re feeling a little kind so we’ve pinpointed what exact dish you should have in relation to who you support –
1 People’s Action Party | “Chicken Rice”
Chicken rice is dependable and you know you won’t go wrong. Even the cheap ones still taste pretty good. But yes, slightly over-consumed – Singapore does have other national dishes too!
2 Workers’ Party | “Oyster Omelette”
It is extremely delicious and a definite crowd favorite, could even contest to be a national dish.
3 Reform Party | “Carrot Cake”
Carrot cake is that food that serves all types of people – rich or poor. It’s tasty, affordable and has variety.
4 National Solidarity Party | “Tahu Goreng”
This dish may be slightly messy to eat as it goes all over the place, but its appearances do not make it any less tasty.
5 Singapore People’s Party | “Nasi Lemak”
Nasi Lemak is one of those dishes that work well only when all the sides complement each other. Each condiment doesn’t work on its own.
6 People’s Power Party | “Charcoal food”
So new and so cool that some of us don’t even know it’s on the food scene yet. Black waffles, black burger patties, black cupcakes etc. Very edgy and hipster.
7 Singapore Democratic Party | “Laksa”
Laksa is all about fairness. With most noodle/soup combinations, one will outshine the other. With Laksa however, the noodle is equally as important as the broth. Equality!
8 Singapore Democratic Alliance | “Century Egg Porridge”
Century eggs have a bold and distinctive taste, and leaves an unforgettable dining experience for those who try it for the first time. Needless to say, the dish grows on you.
9 Singaporeans First | “Salted Egg Custard Bun”
Salted egg is a trend that has been gaining a significant amount of attention recently, and is more popular with the slightly younger generation. Tastes good on the first bite, and hard not to like.