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Singapore Restaurants

 

Singapore, one of the world’s culinary capitals, is home to chefs who have made a worldwide reputation. Modern Asian cuisine, which fuses European and Asian food styles with local ingredients, has arrived as a distinct cutting-edge.
 

Chinese Restaurants

 

Grand Shanghai 

This restaurant, formerly known as Ye Shanghai, tries to recreate the glamour of 1930s Shanghai. Sumptuous decorations and a jazz crooner lend to its mellow mood. The extensive menu includes soups, noodles, seafood (charged by the gram), meats, and dim sum.

Address: #01-01 Kings Centre, 390 Havelock Rd., Singapore, Singapore
Phone: 6836-6866

House of Mao Hunan Hot Pot 

The staff's Red Army uniforms and a looped video of the late dictator complete the schema, but it's the do-it-yourself approach to food that would most impress the Chairman. Select soup stock, condiments, sauces, vegetables, seafood, and meat, and then boil it in the large pot recessed in your table. You can also order noodle side dishes.
Address: #01-09/10 Orchard Hotel Shopping Arcade, 442 Orchard Rd., Singapore
Phone: 6733-7667

Indian Restaurants


Mango Tree 

For food from Goa and Kerala, on India's southwest coast, head to this beachside restaurant on Singapore's east coast. The most popular tables are in the outdoor area towards the water. Get here before 7 PM to watch the sunset over a pre-dinner drink.
Address: 1000 East Coast Pkwy., Block 23, Singapore
Phone: 6442-8655

Samy's Curry 

This south Indian restaurant in an airy colonial edifice has wooden-louver windows and overhead fans, but no air-conditioning. The simple banana-leaf eats, delivered by a parade of shuffling waiters, come with spoonfuls of zesty curries, fragrant rices, breads, and other assorted condiments. You'll need to get a S$2 temporary membership to the Singapore Civil Service Club to eat here.
Address: Singapore Civil Service Club House, Block 25, Dempsey Rd., Singapore
Phone: 6472-2080

Asian Restaurants

 

Nude 

A chic eatery favored by visiting rock stars and local celebrities. Try the tuna tataki (marinated tuna with Japanese seasoning, wasabi dressing, and salmon roe), duck breast with shiitake mushroom and duck liver sauce, or light lemongrass seafood pasta.
Address: #01-18 Wisma Atria, 435 Orchard Rd., Singapore, Singapore
Phone: 6333-5003

Vegetarian Restaurants

 

Original Sin 

Populs with non-vegetarians for its hearty Greek, Italian, Spanish, and Mediterranean dishes. Start by sharing the mezza plate (a platter of Middle-Eastern eats), before moving on to the piquant Lentil Tower (layers of char-grilled eggplant, roasted capsicum, cherry tomatoes, mesclun, and Haloumi cheese drizzled with mint vinaigrette), ricotta spinach cakes, or sundry pastas and pizzas.
Address: #01-62 Chip Bee Gardens, Block 43, 43 Jalan Merah Saga, Singapore
Phone: 6475-5605

Italian Restaurants


Sistina 

More than 20 pizzas are on the menu at this kid- and parent-friendly restaurant. The home-style Italian menu also has ample pasta, salad, meat, seafood, and dessert options.
Address: #01-58 Chip Bee Gardens, 44 Jalan Merah Saga, Singapore
Phone: 6476-7782

Zambuca 

The outstanding menu has some very enticing selections, including, for starters, the foie gras with apple compote, peppered fig, and port wine jus, or, as an entrée, the merluzzo croccante ai gamberetti (baked black cod and prawns atop green pea mash with prawn sauce and summer salad).
Address: Pan Pacific Singapore, Level 3, 7 Raffles Blvd., Singapore
Phone: 6337-8086

Local Cuisine

Sample delicious Asian cuisines at Lau Pa Sat hawker centre in the business district where you’ll find a wide variety of Asian cuisines at super low prices. Be sure to try a freshly blended tropical fruit drink.
 
Indian food that is inexpensive and tasty, and eaten from a banana leaf, can be found at Komala Vilas  in Little India.

Head south of Orchard Road, to the Singapore River, where Clarke Quay (>39) has many riverside restaurants and bars where you can while away a fine afternoon.
 
Seafood lovers should head for the East Coast to Lagoon Food Centre for plenty of fresh seafood. There are cycleways and waterside walking trails that will help you lose the pounds you put on over lunch.
 

Jumbo Seafood

Lots of tasty seafood dishes, but renown for its chilli crab.
Address: 1208 East Coast Parkway
Phone: 6442 3435

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