When the owner of Cahaya Muslim Restaurant on the fifth floor of the Far East Plaza (Scott Street in Singapore) saw us devour our first two courses - laksa and mee huon kueh - he offered us a small plate of home made fried wantons. The difference with his wantons, he explained, was that they were filled with fresh vegetables - carrots and turnips - instead of meat. Served with sweet sauce (that looked very similar to chocolate sauce), they really were scrumptious.
We had to waddle out of his place.
Read about our culinary exploration of Singapore.