Having been to Swatow and Teochew, i discovered that a lot of the food that many identify as “Singaporean” are actually Teochew. Here are the proof:
I think you’ll agree with me that these Teochew delicacies predominantly define what is commonly thought to be THE traditional Chinese food in Singapore. I thought being in Teochew was an eye opening experience, a mouth-watering one at that.
By the way, you might be interested to learn that Ham Chim Peng (咸煎饼) is a Hakka delicacy. Instead of “Kway”, the starch-derived staples in Hakka are called “Ban”.