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As unrealistic as it may sound, Singapore has far more Fauna and Flora than many other metropolitan areas around the world and, as a matter of fact, it is one of the world's only two metropolises that part of their area is covered by an indigenous rainforest
This eatery specializes in the Nasi Padang cuisine of West Sumatra, Indonesia, and is particularly famous for its Nasi Lemak : rich rice in coconut cream, with various ingredients.
Very famous for its Niang Tou Fu: a lovely Singaporean-Hakka dish that consists of deep fried stuffed tofu, fish, meat and vegetables like Okra and Eggplant.
Located in a charming colonial villa, with a long verandah and spacious wood decks, and with the lush greenery of Fort Canning Park all around it... it can be said that the atmosphere in this fabulous Australian-style bistro is even better than the food...
Tucked at a quiet corner of Vivocity, this tiny café serves some lovely french café fare, including 'Tartines' (open sandwiches) with a great variety of luscious toppings, salads, quiches and the likes...
This lovely eatery serves fabulous French cuisine in a simple, unpretentious environment and at a very good price...
This lovely café has a 'social mission': to serve good food at a very reasonable price and still make enough profit, so some of it can be dedicated to the needy... In other words: the mission is not to be too greedy...
Housed in a beautifully restored colonial building, this charming little restaurant is the project of three artists who decided to serve 'artistic' vegetarian food that is both delicious and reasonably priced...