Food, delicious food!
After a half day of trekking or cycling around Ubin, you’re going to want to reward yourself with some of the finest cuisine in Singapore! Happily for you, the Changi Village hawker centre is in the vicinity of the Tanah Merah ferry terminal to and from Ubin, and offers a wide range of hawker foods from Hokkien Prawn Mee to Roti Prata. For a real local hawker centre experience, wander around the complex and see what takes your fancy! The only rules are: follow your nose, and the longest queues!
But if you’ve got the energy to explore some more, hop on the bus to Quentin’s, a restaurant offering Eurasian dishes, fusion cuisine which may be something you’ve never tried before. One of Singapore’s lesser known ethnic groups, Eurasian’s heritage comes from the mixed marriages of Europeans and Asians, and their cuisine directly reflects their roots. Think soy sauce and chilli, with European flavours like mustard and Worcestershire sauce - these curries and stews perfectly blend and balance unique flavour combinations and cooking techniques, bringing something to the table from India, China, Malaysia and Europe.