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This eatery is famous mainly for its Char kway teow, a popular Southeast Asian delicacy.
This basic eatery is one of the best places to try Yong tau foo, a Chinese soup dish with Hakka origins, that can be found commonly in Singapore and Malaysia.
Serving some of the best Bak Kut Teh around this side of Chinatown. Bak Kut Teh (translates to: Pork Rib Tea Soup) is a popular Singaporean-Chinese soup that consists of meaty pork ribs in a complex broth of herbs and spices, boiled together with pork bones for hours...
This lovely Teahouse - eatery (or Cha Chan Teng, as those institutions are commonly known in Hong Kong) serves a wide range of delicious Cantonese and Hong Kong style delicacies, 24 hours a day...
Ultra-stylish Oosh features a unique dining and entertainment concept... The trendy resto-bar-lounge comprises of several enclaves and sections, each with its own theme and character...
Olive Tree is one of Singapore's best choices for a Mediterranean-influenced seafood buffet.
Oscars Café & Terrace, at the Conrad Centennial Singapore, is a lovely café-style restaurant, serving a wide range of delicacies (both buffet style and a-la-carte) 24 hours a day / 7 days a week... Their Sunday-brunch-buffet is possibly one of the richest and best in Singapore...