Cross-cultural cuisine sounds like a fancy concept from upscale restaurants, but it exists in humble hawker settings too — take Chop Chop Biryani’s winning combo of spiced Indian basmati rice and Chinese roasted pork belly, for instance.
In a multi-racial city where the love of food unites all, can taste speak louder than who is in the kitchen? We speak to three different hawkers to find out what led them down the path to embrace a different culture’s food.
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