The Digital Journalist
©Steve Raymer
Savory Indian food, often called "mamak," fills open-air stalls throughout Singapore's Little India. Shops sell everything from "roti prata", or unleavened bread, to "rojak," a kind of salad in which pieces of boiled potato, fried dough, prawn fritters, hard-boiled egg, bean sprouts, and slivers of cucumber are slathered liberally with a thick, spicy peanut sauce.