Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It’s the first meal you eat after having spent an entire 8 to 12 hours not eating anything, which is just about the longest amount of time your stomach should be going empty anyway.
In Singapore, breakfast consists of pretty much almost anything and takes a variety of different styles and flavours. Meals at this time are usually sugary, salty or greasy in order to provide enough energy to keep a person going throughout the day and is probably a contributing factor to the overall rotundness of the nation.
In any case, breakfast is an important meal and to celebrate this fact, Cooler Becky is proud to present her personal top 5 items to eat for breakfast in Singapore over the next five days. In no particular order, of course, because she (almost) likes them all equally.
Om nom nom nom.