How many of these have you tried so far?
Last year, it was all about mala. From ma la snacks to mala stalls popping up all over the island, Singaporeans simply couldn’t get enough of the spicy Sichuan pepper. Truth be told, the best part about food trends is that they can range from anything between sensible (the Mediterranean diet) to downright questionable (coloured/dyed foods).
And some trends might even sound bizarre at first but make total sense once you try them. For example, remember the cronut and cruffin craze? Well, croiffles (yes, you guessed it, a croissant-waffle hybrid) are bound to make their way here soon, as they’re already a thing in the US.
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While we still love a good salted egg yolk dish and mala hotpot, here are eight new trends to get on board with in 2019: