I must agree with mr brown's profound discovery of "Singapore fried noodles" while in Australia.
I, too, have spotted "Singapore fried noodles" in the United States and the United Kingdom.
I was confused when I stopped to ask for directions in Northolt, UK, and a young lad who helped me said: "My most-loved food is Singapore fried noodles, do you like it too?"
I didn't know what to say — it felt foolish to admit I'd never heard of it.
How, and where, did "Singapore fried noodles" originate? Maybe if we adopt the recipe, it'll save us the humiliation when abroad of not knowing our "own" dish.
Giving the excuse that it is not a Singaporean dish would be odd, for it is a favourite in many countries…