Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Food in Singapore 2: 'Wet' markets

This is the name given here to fresh food markets, and today, after we had lunch at the Smith St Hawker Centre in Chinatown, about which more anon, we had a poke around the Smith St Wet Market on the bottom floor of the big complex. Fascinating place--including amazing fish and seafood and river-food stalls, some of which which featured live frogs, eels, crabs, fish; lovely fruit and veg stalls, piles of dried and crystallised goodies of all sorts on other stalls, spices and sauces on others, butchers' stalls--everything you need to make all that great stuff they sell in the hawker centre upstairs!

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