“Wah” is a nice onomatopoeic sound, but when you’re talking about Wah! Gong Fu in the heart of Chinatown in Singapore, a more appropriate noise might be “ribbit”. While the excessive consumption of frog’s legs might be a stereotype of the French – certainly their military history includes plenty of examples of tasting defeat – there are more than a few froggy enthusiasts in Chinatown as well. If you go down to Pagoda Street, you’ll be able to taste the lower half of a frog cooked in pickled peppers and pickled mustard, with black pepper or buckets of chillies, with ginger and with shallots. They’re usually deep fried or fresh off the barbecue and accompanied by crispy fresh veggies, as they’re about as good a pair of amphibian pins as you’ll find anywhere in Singapore. We could go on, but it’s pretty clear that we’re hopping mad for Wah! Gong Fu. Book a table now.
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