We've already established that prata is a popular choice for supper in Singapore. One interesting element of these prata places that completes the experience is the unique drinks that go along with your supper. Here are 9 Drinks that complete any meal.
1. MILO DINOSAUR
The Milo Dinosaur gives the regular iced Milo a twist by adding heaps of the chocolate and malt powder on top of the ice, which usually clump together into smaller, delicious Milo powder balls that pop to coat your tongue as you drink it.
Contrary to popular belief, this bright pink drink comprising of rose syrup and evaporated milk did not originate from Bandung, Indonesia.
3. TEH TARIK
Sold at almost every Indian drink stall, the hot milk tea beverage literally translates as pulled tea.
Go to any coffee shop in Singapore and you will hear the call of "kopi-o" at least once. "Kopi" is the Hokkien/Malay term for coffee, there are a number of ways to order your cup like a professional.
5. KOPI OR TEH CINO
Singapore's answer to the latte is the kopi cino. Condensed milk and hot water is stirred and poured into the cup, before kopi or teh is added into it carefully, giving it the appearance of having two layers.
6. ARTEASE BUBBLE TEA
Originally from Taiwan, the drink fad of flavored milk tea with chewy black tapioca pearls is still alive and well here.
7. AVOCADO MILKSHAKE
Present in various parts of Southeast Asia, it was famously brought into Singapore by Mr. Avocado at Alexandra Village Food Centre. Touted as the first avocado milkshake in Singapore, their shakes are the creamiest.
8. SUGARCANE JUICE
Each cup of juice is usually pressed on the spot with each order. Depending on your preference, a little lemon juice or plum juice is then added to it, making it one of the most refreshing drinks you can have to combat the hot, humid weather.
9. MICHAEL JACKSON
Here’s a drink that will send you moonwalking, famously nicknamed after the pop king who sang the "Black or White" song, the drink is a unique mixture of blackish cincau and white-ish soya bean milk.
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