Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
Patrons eat Michelin-starred soya sauce chicken noodles at Chinatown food centre in Singapore July 22, 2016. Reuters

Singapore might be one of the world's smallest countries but it makes up for its size by being one of Asia's biggest culinary capitals. Singaporean food has achieved the status of world-class food.

Singapore is truly the foodies' paradise. Be it high-end restaurants' buffet or the local street food platter, everything is found in every nook and corner of Singapore roads. A number of Malay, Chinese and Indian stalls offer a wide range of traditional food items at affordable prices.

Frog Porridge, Bah Kut The (meat bone tea), Sambal Stingray, Mud Crab and Red Snapper Head Curry are one of the best street foods of Singapore.

IBT Singapore has compiled a few mouth-watering pictures of Singapore street foods to give you a taste of it.

Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A bowl of $3.40 laksa is seen at Roxy Laksa stall at East Coast Lagoon Food Village in Singapore July 30, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
Hawkers sell rice dumplings at Chinatown food centre in Singapore July 29, 2016 Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
Hawker Chan Hong Meng, who won a Michelin star, sells soya sauce chicken at his Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle stall at Chinatown food centre in Singapore July 22, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A plate of $5.20 soya sauce chicken is seen at Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle stall, which recently won a Michelin star, in Chinatown, in Singapore July 29, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A plate of $5 satay (skewered meat) is seen at Asli Satay Club at Lau Pa Sat food centre in Singapore July 29, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A stall helper mans a satay stand at Lau Pa Sat food centre in Singapore July 29, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A plate of $3.70 rojak (fruit and vegetable salad) is seen at Balestier Road Hoover Rojak at Whampoa Food Centre in Singapore July 30, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
Hawker Wee Phong Sai, 66, cooks fishball noodles at his Thye Hong Handmade Fishball Noodle stall at Ghim Moh food center in Singapore May 21, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A plate of $2.60 nasi lemak is seen at Changi Famous Nasi Lemak at Changi Village Food Center in Singapore July 30, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A bowl of $3.70 bak chor mee (mince pork noodles) is seen at Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodles, which recently won a Michelin star, in Singapore July 28, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A hawker "pulls" tea at his Teh Tarik stall at Lau Pa Sat food centre in Singapore July 29, 2016 Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A cup of $1.10 teh tarik (pulled tea) is seen at Lau Pa Sat food centre in Singapore August 10, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A $2.20 bowl of fishball noodles is seen at Thye Hong Handmade Fishball Noodle stall at Ghim Moh food center in Singapore August 12, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
A bowl of $1.50 ice kachang (shaved ice dessert) is seen at Golden Swallow Dessert stall at Ghim Moh Food Centre in Singapore July 31, 2016. Reuters
Foodies can get a glimpse of Singapore's best street food
People eat at Lau Pa Sat food centre in Singapore July 29, 2016. Reuters