Top 5 Food Trends In Singapore, 2014

Now that 2014 is coming to an end. Let’s reflect on what are the top 5 Food trends in Singapore in the year 2014?

  1. Froyo

Froyo has taken oven the land of Singapore. With many new froyo establishments, such as Milk and Honey, The Cold Pantry, Beegurt and the most famous Llao Llao, that always has a snaking queue.

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  1. Soft Serve Ice cream

Another less healthy trend but follows a similar concept is the soft serve ice cream.

HoneyCreme has had many people going gaga over the instagram worthy ice creams. Sadly, I’ve tried SoftTree in Seoul before and I felt that it was definitely better as compared to the one in Singapore.

On another note, I love Tai-Parfait! The parfait was crispy on the outside but still had soft and fluffy cake texture. I added matcha ice-cream with matcha cream and azuki beans topping. YUMS.

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  1. Korean Fried Chicken

Honestly, I wish this trend would never ever leave the land of Singapore. I love Korean Fried Chicken ever since my exchange last year.

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For cheaper alternatives, try 4 Fingers! If you’ve more cash to spare, do try Choo Choo Chicken. I really love the soy and garlic flavours. Absolute YUMMERS.

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  1. Krispy Kreme

Krispy Kreme is undeniably the king of donuts. Last time, when I was in Shanghai, Krispy Kreme always gave out free glazed donuts to any customers who walked into its branch. I guess that’s how they tempt me to try all the other flavours. However, I believe the original glazed donuts taste the best.

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  1. Cold Pressed Juices

This is probably the most expensive food trend ever. I’m not sure why people are willing to fork out hundreds to detox their systems. I’m guilty of trying it once but probably never again!

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I’m quite interested to look into the future to see which of these food trends will continue to stay in the next year, 2015. I do believe most of them will and perhaps even more of such stores will continue to pop up in the next few years.

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