We’ve all heard of the famous Korean Spicy Noodles challenge and even had the taste of it. To some, it may be super spicy while others think it’s meh. If you’re one of those people, you might want to consider taking part in Singapore’s food challenges. From the spiciest chicken wings to a jaw-dropping burger tower, here are 5 monstrous food challenges you should join!
1. Spaghetti from Hell
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Southwest Tavern is famed for whipping up the spiciest pasta dish of all time – Spaghetti from Hell! As its name suggests, every bite into this will get you a taste of hell. This level 18 spaghetti has been slathered in the spiciest chillis such as the ultra spicy ghost peppers, chilli padi, and chilli flakes. Finish this plate from hell in 10 minutes (without water) and you’ll get to walk home with 2 towers of Heineken Draught Beer or a $100 voucher to dine at Southwest Tavern. Let’s see if you’ll come out alive after this challenge.
Address: 8 Boon Lay Way, Singapore 609964
Opening hours: 11am – 12am daily
2. Level 35 Buffalo Wings
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If you’re staying in the North, Sunset Grill & Pub would ring a bell. Smacked right in the middle of their poster, this pub boasts their insanely spicy buffalo wings. Also known as level 35 buffalo wings, it’s sure to leave you crying tears of happiness. The chicken wings have been smeared with their hottest homemade sauce that’s guaranteed to give you a good kick. Unlike most challenges, there’s no time limit for this and you can even drag your friends into it. Finish all 6 pieces and stand a chance to have your faces plastered on their wall of fame as well as bring home a certificate.
Address: 1030 Sembawang Road, Singapore 758501
Opening hours: 5pm – 11pm (Mon, Wed – Thurs), 5pm – 12am (Fri – Sun), closed on Tuesdays
3. The Beast Burger Challenge
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Do you think you have what it takes to be a beast? Or eat like one? Meet the beast of a burger by The Beast Southern Kitchen and Bourbon Bar. This massive burger contains a beef patty, pulled pork, southern buttermilk fried chicken, topped with coleslaw, lettuce, and tomato. All these sandwiched between a 9-inch custom-made bun. Of course, this dish had to come with a side of sweet potato fries. You’ve got a time limit of 1 hour to gobble down everything. Upon completion, you’ll walk away with a free t-shirt and meal as well as having your face on their wall of fame.
Address: 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329
Opening hours: 5pm – 12am (Mon – Wed), 5pm – 1am (Thurs & Fri), 11am – 12am (Sat & Sun)
4. Magma Ramen
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We know you can’t get enough of ramen. The spicier it is, the better it tastes. Give the Magma Ramen from Ramen Champion a try! You can up your spice level from normal to x5, x10, or x20. Picture a deep red soup topped with chilli padi and Sichuan mala spices served in a hot stone bowl. The noodles are said to be chewy so that’s supposed to keep you going till the plate is clean. Better than the Korean spicy noodles? We’ll leave it to you to make the conclusion.
Address: 201 Victoria Street, Bugis+, #04-10, Singapore 188067
Opening hours: 11am – 10:30pm (Mon – Fri), 10:30am – 10:30pm (Sat & Sun)
5. Satay Challenge
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The legendary Lau Pa Sat satay challenge has been living on for many years and it would be a shame if you hadn’t known about it. If you’ve got mad love for satay, this is your time to shine. The current record is eating 150 sticks in 20 minutes. Can you beat that? Take on this challenge and see how you’d fare. You might even be the next person to set a new record for this satay challenge! Plus, this meal will be free of charge.
Address: 18 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048582
Opening hours: 24 hours