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This lovely two-storied Café & Bar is a great place to listen to some nice live music (lots of 1960s and 1970s), and have some good food and drinks with friends...
Located in trendy Riverside Point, facing the Singapore River, this restaurant offers a lovely Mediterranean 'alfresco' dinning experience... The food they serve can be described as modern Mediterranean - European cuisine...
Located on Chinatown's Keong Saik Rd., this lovely café (part of a complex that includes a new age bookshop and a Yoga centre) proves that vegetarian and healthy food can be both tasty and filling.
Located at the luxurious Carlton, this splendid restaurant serves some of the best Hong Kong influenced Cantonese cuisine in Singapore, in pleasant and sumptuous surrounding...
Surprisingly housed within Hangout @ Mt. Emily, Singapore's hippest and trendiest backpackers hotel, Wild Rocket serves delicious food that is creative and imaginative, yet not too sophisticated or pretentious, in a lovely surrounding... The 'Wild Oats Bar' next door, with its spacious wood-deck and lovely garden, makes an ideal location for a pre-dinner (or after-dinner) drink and a chillout...
This famous Katong restaurant serves fabulous Japanese fare in a nice and elegant set-up... It actually consists of two different restaurants: Wahiro which is the main one, and Kushiyaki which is an annexed grill-restaurant, specializing in Yakitori (Japanese style satai... mainly from chicken).
The good old Waterloo enjoys a superb location, just behind the Museum of Arts. It provides decent accommodation in both double rooms and dormitories: The dormitories (and their showers) are clean and nice. The rooms are fairly spacious and give good value for money.