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Housed in an old shophouse along Serangoon Road, small and unpretentious Komala Vilas has been serving delightful South Indian Vegetarian dishes for more than 60 years, including a variety of Thali and some particularly nice "Thosai" (Dosa - A rolled crispy crêpe, stuffed with various fillings)
Simple eatery that serves some fabulous Teochew cuisine at a reasonable price.
This well established restaurant draws clients from far and wide, who come especially for its signature specialties: Fishhead noodles, Prawn paste fried chicken, Deep fried pork ribs, Fried Hor Fun noodles with fish and Stir fried slices of fish fillet with vegetables...
Kulfi, the Indian version of ice cream, is a rich and luscious dessert... For those of you who hang about Little India and want to have a try of this lovely sweet treat, Kulfi Bar is one of the best places to go to... They also have some unique Indian teas and a shop, selling Indian paraphernalia...
Ideally Located on breezy Boat Quay, facing the Singapore River (the word Kinara actually means riverbank in Punjabi), this restaurant serves lovely North Indian cuisine in very pleasant surroundings...
Located at Raffles City Shopping Centre, this popular establishment is possibly the flagship restaurant of Kuriya chain. It serves fine Japanese cuisine with strong emphasize on fresh seafood and Soba dishes... Kushiyaki grill sets are also quite delicious...
This small, almost homely restaurant serves outstandingly delicious Yakitori: those Japanese Shishkababs / Satay that come in a variety of tastes and styles (mostly chicken based)... alongside some other scrumptious Japanese fare, in a nice environment and at reasonable prices...
Located at the opulent Pan Pacific, this restaurant serves fabulous Japanese fare in an extremely beautiful set up. The comprehensive menu presents different Japanese cooking styles, so everybody can find something to his liking...