We're going to southeast Asia for just over two weeks next week -- Singapore, Penang, and Bangkok -- and we're looking for tips on where best to masticate and swallow.
We already know the basic principle of SEA chowhoundology: never eat in restaurants, just in street-vendor stalls. What we're looking for are specific recommendations, both for dishes (we're familiar with the cuisines as they are available in New York) and, better, for specific locations/stalls.
Any info would be much appreciated.
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