The Singapore Noodles Podcast

The Singapore Noodles podcast features host Pamelia Chia, founder of Singapore Noodles, engaging in open, honest conversations with people who are keeping Singaporean food heritage alive in their own ways. Join us to learn about how we can take an active role in preserving and embracing our Singaporean food heritage and culture.


23: Holding onto our cultural identities while living overseas | Tony Tan, writer of Hong Kong Food City and culinary teacher
Show Details1hr
22: Life as a Hawker Daughter | Felicia Tan (The Everyday Singaporean Series)
Show Details42min 49s
21: Preserving humble and everyday Peranakan cooking | Lloyd Matthew Tan, Author of Daily Nonya Dishes
Show Details57min 35s
20: Ulam, the superfood of Southeast Asia | Dr Eric Olmedo, Principal Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnic Studies in Malaysia
Show Details48min 39s
19: What we can learn from the foreign domestic workers in our homes | Benjamin Lim (The Everyday Singaporean Series)
Show Details1hr 3min
18: What the act of gardening teaches us about cooking | Joanna Chuah, Founder of WWEdibles
Show Details57min 13s
17: Challenges and joys in learning from Singapore's elderly | Patricia Chen, Founder of Sekel Kitchen
Show Details59min 24s
16: Why food reviewers need to stop romanticizing hawker culture | Gregory Leow, Youtuber and Hawker Editor of Hungrygowhere
Show Details56min 2s
15: Putting street food and our hawkers on a pedestal | KF Seetoh, founder of Makansutra
Show Details1hr 7min
14: Reflecting on 2020 and looking ahead to 2021
Show Details45min 41s
13: The case for embracing your culture - clothes, food and all | Zaithoon and Taahira Booya, the mother-daughter duo behind Spice Zi Kitchen
Show Details48min 31s
12: In praise of Singaporeanness | Denise Fletcher, author of How to Cook Everything Singaporean and executive chef at Quentin’s Bar & Restaurant
Show Details53min 29s
11: A discussion on the Violet Oon ‘Peranakan nasi ambeng’ dispute | Azimin Saini, editor of Lifestyle Asia & founder of Tempeh Culture
Show Details1hr 15min
10: Pulau Semakau, more than a landfill | Firdaus Sani, founder of Orang Laut Sg
Show Details58min 11s
9: Why we cannot blame chefs for shying away from local cuisine | Alastiar Tan, chef at Restaurant Labyrinth
Show Details54min 41s
8: Why Filipino food is not what we think it is | Bryan Koh, cookbook writer & co-owner of Chalk Farm & Milk Moons
Show Details46min 6s
7: What the traditional Indian diet has to teach us about healthful eating | Devagi Sanmugam, consultant chef, cookbook author & cooking instructor
Show Details1hr 4min
6: Frugality, sustainability and reducing meat consumption | Ethel Hoon, chef at Klösterle & Hoon’s Chinese
Show Details46min 57s
5: Drawing on heritage to make vegetables exciting | Shane Stanbridge and C-Y Chia, founders of S+M Vegan and Lion Dance Café
Show Details34min 39s
4: Boldly challenging wet market conventions | Jeffrey Tan, founder of Dishthefish
Show Details35min 35s
3: Why you should visit your local spice (wo)man at the wet market | Jeya Seelan, founder of Jeya Spices
Show Details37min 56s
2: Inspiring a new generation of Singaporeans to care about heritage food | Shiny Phua, designer and founder of Ah Mah’s Legacy
Show Details33min 50s
1: Celebrating diversity in Singapore & why it matters | Damian D’Silva, Chef of Kin at Straits Clan
Show Details57min 33s
The Singapore Noodles Podcast: Trailer
Show Details1min 27s