SINGAPORE TRAVEL: LIST OF RESTAURANTS IN SINGAPORE
Your “Singapore Travel” or travel in any place will never be complete without trying the local favorites. I have listed below various dining places offering various cuisines in Singapore.
Singapore cuisine is basically diverse as its peoples, a combination of Malay, Chinese, Indonesian, Indian and Western influences. Probably because of its convenience, many Singaporeans often eat at hawker centres, coffee shops or food courts.These hawker centres are widespread, they offer wide range of options ,cheap and usually feature hundreds of stalls in a single complex, with each stall offering its own specialty dishes.
Generally,a visit to one of these dining will be as eye-opening as gastronomically gratifying.
LIST OF RESTAURANTS:
Aoki Japanese Restaurant
Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Road, 02-17
One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, 01-02/03
Hort Park, 33 Hyderabad Road, 02-02
Makansutra Gluttons Bay
Esplanade Mall, 8 Raffles Avenue, 01-15
Eagles Centre, 31 Boon Tat Street, 01-01
Centros-Biopolis, 20 Biopolis Way, 01-01
The Rice Table Indonesian Restaurant(Rijsttafel)
International Building, 360 Orchard Road, 02-09/10
Brotzeit Berman Bier Bar & Restaurant
Vivo City, 1Harbourfront Walk, 01-149/151
District 10 Bistro & Wine Bar
10 Winstedt Road, 01-17
53 Armenian Street
Chili Crabs. This must try dish is made of hard-shell crabs cooked in semi-thick gravy with a tomato chili base. The steamed crabs are partially cracked, then lightly stir-fried in a paste comprising of chili sauce, ketchup and eggs.
Flutes at the Fort
Fort Canning Park, 21 Lewin Terrace
Fremantle Seafood Market
Clarke Quay, Block 3E River Valley Road 01-05/06
Sentosa Golf Club, 27 Bukit Manis Road
Les Amis Au Jardin
EJH Corner house, Singapore Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre, Cluny Road
Nabins Experience Arabia
32 Sultan Gate
Chip Bee Gardens, Block 43 Jalan Merah Saga, 01-62
Cuppage Terrace, 23 Cuppage Road
This article is part of my Singapore Travel Series.
Part 1 – Singapore’s Songs of the Sea
Part 2 – List of Restaurants in Singapore
Part-3-Marina Bay Sands
Part 4- Singapore’s Universal Studios
Part 5- Singapore’s China Town