If you are eager to try the famed Singapore street food but don't know where to begin, come to Gluttons Bay by the Esplanade for a tutorial. Here you'll find lots of signs explaining the various options and friendly hawker stall uncles who will walk you through your choices and recommend their favorites. I always order the sambal stingray (skate with a spicy red coating), the chicken wings (impossibly juicy and delicious with a squeeze of lime) and black carrot cake (a white radish omelette). Get a fresh lime juice or a coconut to cut the heat and don't forget to bring your own tissues or napkins. Bon appétit!
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Gluttony at the Bay
Makansutra Gluttons Bay is a foodie's dream. This open-air market of food stations, strategically located at the bay with the Marina Sands skyline in view, is buzzing with hungry takers wanting to explore. Here you'll find a full selection of local Malay cuisine, great people-watching, and the occasional street performance. The food stalls are open late, until 2:00am and 3:00am on weekends, so pace yourself and save room for dessert.