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New York New York looks like a typical New York diner and serves a decent "all day breakfast", as well as BBQ spare ribs, Giant Yankee burger, Mushrooms and cheese sandwich and more...
This small stall makes some of the best Lor Mai Fun around. It's a type of Glutinous (sticky) rice and they prepare a few versions of it (including sweet).
This food outlet is known all over Singapore for its Otah: A Malay-style fishcake, as well as for its 'Banana leaf wrapped Nasi-Lemak'.
This tiny stall is very popular for its Fried Kway Teow, one of Southeast Asia's favourites.
Occupying the 71 and 72 floors of Swissotel the Stamford, Singapore's (and Southeast Asia's) tallest hotel, this stylish bar is a good place 'to see and to be seen'...
Despite of its surprising location within a Christian book & music shop (ACTS Lifestyle), this little café serves excellent food at a good price and in a nice ambience.
Located on trendy Clarke Quay, Nectarie is a shrine for 'Dessert-gourmands' and 'Sweet toothies' alike...
Noble House has long become an icon of classic Cantonese cuisine in Singapore...