Hunanese cuisine is one of the Eight Great Traditions of Chinese cooking, and represents some of the spiciest food found anywhere in the country. Chillies are key to the production of many dishes, as are shallots and garlic, and the chefs of Hunan province are more fond of them than those of Sichuan, who tend to mix their peppers with the native numbing peppercorns of that region. At Hunan Traditional Restaurant on Mosque Street in the very beating heart of Singapore’s Chinatown, you can try the best that the province of Hunan has to offer, with a menu packed with traditional dishes and local favourites. Take the train to Chinatown or Telok Ayer to Outram for a meal to remember – just make sure that you get together as many of your mates as possible and that you book your table ahead of time.
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