Singapore Restaurants

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  • Singapore Restaurants & Dining

    Where to Eat in Singapore (and What to eat)

    This Singapore Restaurants section is your complete guide to dining in the Lion City, with a whole host of restaurant reviews and area-by-area top to guide to all the best places to eat in Singapore.

    Singaporeans tend to greet one another with the expression: ‘Have you eaten yet’ - a quirky reflection of their consummate food obsession. It is an around-the-clock activity which cuts across all barriers. It is said that the Singapore foodie would comb the island in search of that heavenly bowl of noodles or go on durian expeditions. Years ago, the variety would have been confined to the main racial cuisines – Chinese, Indian, Malay, Peranakan, Eurasian and a smattering of traditional British fare in a nod towards the colonial masters. Nowadays, with a growing cosmopolitan influence through tourists and new immigrants, the range has expanded to include Italian, Spanish, Lebanese, Turkish, Nepalese, Vietnamese, Thai and more. Explore our Singapore restaurants section below and get in the mood to dine in what is one of the food capitals of Asia. 

  • Bugis and Kampong Glam Restaurants

    Bugis & Kampong Glam Restaurants

    Predominantly Islamic in atmosphere, the Bugis, Kampong Glam and Arab Street precinct bristles with Malay, Indonesian, Lebanese, Egyptian, Turkish and other Middle Eastern Read More...

  • Bukit Timah Restaurants

    Bukit Timah Restaurants

    Bukit Timah Road is the longest road in Singapore and is now a prime residential area flanked on both sides by hotels and some great dining areas. Read More...

  • Chinatown Restaurants

    Chinatown Restaurants

    With its rich heritage, Chinatown is a veritable paradise for food lovers. Besides the sights, sounds and colours of this vibrant enclave, the culinary wealth offered here is Read More...

  • Clarke Quay & Riverside Restaurants

    Clarke Quay Restaurants

    Dining establishments have popped up on both sides of the River, taking advantage of the balmy breezes and lapping waves. Read More...

  • Geylang, Joo Chiat, Katong and East Coast Restaurants

    Geylang Serai Restaurants

    This district is known predominantly for its Malay and Peranakan cuisine, particularly good for Peranakan or Straits Chinese cuisine. This is a hybrid of Malay and Chinese Read More...

  • Little India Restaurants

    Little India Restaurants

    The sights, sounds, colours and aromas of this ethnic Indian enclave never fail to assail the senses. Wandering around the shops, one can get an idea of the exotic ingredients Read More...

  • Marina Bay Restaurants

    Marina Bay Restaurants

    Marina Bay is full of culinary choices to suit all tastes and pockets. Because of its scenic location, visitors face a challenge in deciding on which restaurant to choose Read More...

  • Orchard Road Restaurants

    Orchard Road Restaurants

    Being the island’s foremost retail hub and hotel belt, Orchard Road is equally renowned for its dining scene. From 24-hour fast food takeaways to posh-nosh outlets. Read More...

  • Robertson Quay Restaurants

    Robertson Quay Restaurants

    Less hurried than Boat Quay and Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay has come into its own with a string of pleasant dining spots that have attracted their own following. Read More...

  • Sentosa Restaurants

    Sentosa Restaurants

    Sentosa exudes a relaxed resort lifestyle with hotels, attractions and restaurants. One can find reputable restaurants in the hotels there as well as independent ones. Read More...

  • Singapore Dining Precincts

    Singapore Dining Precincts

    With food and dining rating so high in the city/state’s psyche, it’s no wonder that designated areas are dedicated to cuisine. When grouped together, it’s Read More...

  • Chinatown Food Street

    Chinatown Food Street

    Chinatown Food Street has had a bit of a makeover, making it one of the best places to eat cheap, tasty and authentic local food in Singapore. Read More...

  • 5 Best Buffets in Singapore

    5 Best Buffets in Singapore

    Our well-researched list of the 5 Best Buffets in Singapore is enough to make your mouth water in anticipation of your next visit, as well as increase your waistline in Read More...

  • CUT by Wolfgang Puck

    CUT by Wolfgang Puck

    With a three-Michelin stared celebrity chef in the kitchen and some of the most exclusive cuts of beef found worldwide, Wolfgang Puck’s ‘CUT’ restaurant Read More...

  • Singapore Food Trail

    Singapore Food Trail

    Taking on a distinctly vintage 1960s theme, the Singapore Food Trail serves up cheap, tasty, and authentic hawker food all in some rather impressive settings underneath the Read More...

  • Chinatown Food Street

    Chinatown Food Street

    Chinatown Food Street has had a bit of a makeover, making it one of the best places to eat cheap, tasty and authentic local food in Singapore. Read More...

  • The Line Restaurant at Shangri-La Singapore

    The Line Restaurant at Shangri-La Singapore

    Discover what the term ‘culinary adventure’ really means by heading to Shangri-La’s enormous international buffet at The Line restaurant – all for Read More...

  • 5 Restaurants on Duxton Hill

    5 Restaurants on Duxton Hill

    The reincarnation of Duxton Hill has created a new foodie neighbourhood in Chinatown. It’s now a real pleasure to walk around Duxton Hill, down tree lined lanes where Read More...

  • Lau Pa Sat Food Hawker Centre

    Lau Pa Sat Food Centre

    In the heart of the financial district, surrounded by the tallest buildings in Singapore you will find Lau Pa Sat, one of the most popular food markets in the city. Read More...

  • Mount Faber

    Mount Faber

    Offering one of the best panoramic views of Singapore, Mount Faber is a hill-top park on the outskirts of the city and makes for a great half-day break from Singapore Read More...

  • Tekka Centre

    Tekka Centre

    Tekka Centre is a landmark in the neighbourhood, serving up large dishes of fresh food to visitors and locals only steps away from the MRT at Little India. Read More...

  • The Loft Café

    The Loft Café

    The cherry coloured Loft Café on the corner of East Coast Road and Smith Street is a great find and a haven from the busy lanes and cramped shop houses of Read More...

  • The White Rabbit Restaurant

    The White Rabbit

    On the way up Dempsey Hill, you’ll pass a white stone chapel that once belonged to the British Army based in this area. Alice in Wonderland inspired White Rabbit Read More...

  • PS Café

    PS Café

    With four branches in Singapore, PS Café continues to grow in popularity due to a tasty, simple international menu and a chic European vibe. It is family-friendly Read More...

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