Nasi lemak - nasi is the word for rice, and lemak is Malay for "rich", referring to the star of the dish - rice soaked in rich coconut flavours. The dish classically comes with ikan bilis (fried anchovies), a small piece of fried fish or chicken, a few slices of cucumber, and a deliciously spicy chilli sauce. A short drive from Changhai airport, Changi Beach is well known for its nasi lemak.
Fresh coconut juice - served in a coconut, is a common drink found in South East Asia. Most stores serve both the large green coconuts, as well as the tastier young coconut, from which you can also scoop out and eat the tender, smooth flesh.
Chwee kueh - a "water cake", made with steamed rice flour, and served with tasty preserved vegetables and chilli sauce. The rice flour cake itself has a great soft and smooth texture when it is fresh and hot.
Fresh coconut juice is one of the things I miss most from Asia. Such a cheap affordable drink, and just so tasty and refreshing. All of this looks delicious though, I'll have to make sure I try a few of the dishes next time I'm in Singapore.