The Health Promotion Board has a very useful tool where you can calculate the nutritional content of various hawker foods found in Singapore. I was surprised by some of my findings. Food that I thought was healthy, turned out to be not as healthy as I expected in terms of calories, saturated fat or sodium content.
I had no idea that claypot rice (899 calories) had sodium content that high or that it would have more calorie rich than chicken rice. That was a shocker. I would rather have claypot rice as I am not a fan of chicken rice, so it was a sad discovery.