On our first night in Singapore, we immediately had a semi-reunion with college friends at East Coast Park food village, a hawker place. It’s Friday night and there are a lot of diners in this open area hawker place. Our friends ordered food, chili crabs, satay, stingray and cockles!


Cute name huh? But locally, it’s called “batotoy”. I don’t know how it’s cooked but it’s served with a chili dipping sauce. Our friend ordered this once again at Rasapura Masters in Marina Bay Sands. Scooping out the meat out of the shell can get pretty addicting.

cockles at rasapura


  1. Makes me wonder where can I get that here in the Philippines? It’s intriguing me. 🙂


  2. Hayy we have been living for a long time in Singapore but we never had try this…did u like it?


    Badet Reply:

    Hmm, mas gusto ko pa yung luto dito sa atin na parang luto sa halaan na may luya. =)


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