Sultan of Satay
Satay is a staple of Singaporean communal dining. It is also a great way for foodies to dive into the culture of the region. Resembling a kebab, these grilled meat skewers trace their origins to Arabian culture, but have since evolved into a unique dish. Bamboo skewers are used instead of metal ones, and satay is commonly served with a variety of dipping sauces. Chicken, beef and mutton are the most common meats employed in this dish. After being skewered and seasoned in a concoction of spices like tamarind and galangal, the meat is grilled over a charcoal fire.