Singapore Street Food Tour – CRAZY RICH ASIANS Style!

Crazy Rich Asians Food Tour in Singapore! Visit Newton Circus Food Centre and try delicious Singaporean food as seen in the movie Crazy Rich Asians.
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Crazy Rich Asians food …or crazy rich food? In today’s Crazy Rich Asians inspired food tour we visit a hawker center to try the BEST Singapore street eats. From satays to fried carrot cakes, let this Singapore food tour make you crazy hungry!

Newton Circus Food Centre, Singapore 纽顿熟食中心
500 Clemenceau Avenue North 

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Jason W says:

Love your channel. Great video!

Samuel Lim Wei Siang says:

Glad you ordered all the right items and from the right stalls. Some stalls in newton are not that good and just have jacked up prices

martin kullberg says:

I think I would like to try the odé-odé and the cake version of it. And you are cute.

A S says:

Food there is so cheap…those noodles for 3.75 would be $12 easy in the US.

Phoenix Legion says:

Omg I love your channel..the food you chose’s soooo yummy❤️

Cheryl Y says:

Singapore is like a bowl of *rojak* (you guys gotta try rojak too) filled with surprises and flavours in every corners of your mouth. Do check out the other Malay, Indian, Chinese and other cuisines available in Singapore. Too many options, too little time!

Ostrich Feather says:

Looks like Malaysian dishes?

SG 本土天王 - ROCO KING says:

Hi there !!! Welcome to Singapore !!! Crazy Expensive Asian style lol! I’m Glad u r enjoying our Sg hawker culture !! 我爱❤️台妹!

Chris Hansen says:

thoroughly enjoy watching u eat and u describe it well.

Goh Qiuyi says:

LOL! thats not kueh lapis

yola says:

4:11 I hear bisaya ☺️

I n v i c t u S says:

Hey TJ!! Just wanna say… If you ever need a new cameraman… 😀

Sean says:

I haven’t been to Newton Circus in decades. Though it is more popular for tourists.

Strumento says:

Who is watching this at midnight?

luv seoks says:

the satay sauce is just peanut sauce uh

Bei Xu says:

nice food, sucky weather, lol, I am good with sunny california here.

RDA FC says:

How are you not 400 lbs??? This stuff is delicious and in spite of all the food you eat you look pretty delicious yourself. Love your videos.

Sean says:

Where you people from?

Towkeeyoh says:

CRA was our best tourism ad.

jeanette jepson says:

Great video. Awesome food choices. You are the best chopstick noodle twirling YouTuber!

Sagar Official says:

Wow nice sis

Ayu and Adelia says:

Ondeh ondeh is actually deep fried, stuffed with mung bean and covered in sesame seeds.
What you mean is klepon 🙂

Patrick Brookings says:

You are just so damn cute and funny 🙂
There’s something very pleasing about how much you enjoy munching food, love it!!

[USOTREK] says:

Awesome video.. new subscriber here.. you did a really great job.. missing Singapore EVEN more now..

lilacwaters says:

carrot cake is amazing! This video was so enjoyable and informative

P C says:

excellent content BUT stop “oh my Godding” thanks 😉

Brian Baxter says:

Everything looked so good but thinking I would like the chicken and pork on a stick with the peanut sauce

Suprianto says:

@4:48.. This type of fried Hokkien Mee (Yellowish Colour) can only be found in Singapore…. Malaysia’s Hokkien Mee is black in colour, fried with Soya sauce and taste very different. Singapore’s Hokkien Mee is fried with Prawn stock, that’s what gave it that fragrance.

Kirsten Long says:

Hello from Malaysia! Love your videos. Oh by the way, it’s spelled as Nyonya, also known as Peranakan. =D

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