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Singapore - Bugis & Arab Street

Nestled on the second level of Bugis Junction, this lovely restaurant serves delicious French-influenced Japanese food in a very pleasant and somewhat homey ambience.
Here you can enjoy some seriously spicy, authentic Szechwan hot-pot (steamboat) dishes...
Sabeena's serves some very nice Rojak, a traditional Southern-Indian dish that has long become a Singaporean favorite...
Olive Tree is one of Singapore's best choices for a Mediterranean-influenced seafood buffet.
This humble eatery serves a variety of delicious Hokkien and Southeast-Asian dishes. Recommended dishes include Curry rice, Rojak, Hokkien Prawn Mee, Beef Noodle and Laksa...
This splendid café-restaurant serves some of the best Egyptian and Middle Eastern food in Singapore, in a cheerful and unpretentious environment.
Located at the famous Golden Mile Food Centre, this small food-stall serves some scrumptious Indo-Muslim Briyanis and Southeast Asian delicacies...
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...
Located in a beautifully restored historic shophouse along Arab Street, 'Nadezhda' is probably one of the only places in Singapore where you can get authentic Russian food...
Housed in a beautifully restored old house along Kampong Glam's Bussorah Street, this lovely restaurant serves 'Modern classics with Asian tradition' in a pleasing environment...
Singapore's largest ramen-chain makes a good choice for those of you who want to have a decent 'ramen' meal (or other Japanese stuff) in a fairly nice environment and at quite a reasonable price...
This lovely café-style restaurant serves some great Turkish and Middle Eastern fare in a nice and pleasing environment and at relatively moderate prices...
This relatively young restaurant-chain serves some great seafood through its two outlets in Singapore, in a young and lively ambience... The 'jewels in the crown' are the Live lobster specialties, as well as the outstanding Seafood platters...
Housed in a beautifully restored heritage building, within Singapore's Kampong Glam district (Arab Street), this two stars restaurant serves the classics of European cuisine, with the chef's modern interpretation.
This small and homey bistro serves nice Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine in a very pleasant environment. The menu is fairly extensive, food is good and so is the ambience...
As the name suggests, noodle dishes are the main fare here, and especially those of Southeast-Asia (although you can also get Japanese Ramen)...
This splendid restaurant serves lovely traditional Sichuan cuisine in a very pleasant environment. They have two outlets in Singapore and both are equally good...
Located in a shophouse near Masjid Sultan, this unpretentious café serves some lovely Middle Eastern and European food in a nice environment. Traditional Moroccan 'Tajine' dishes are the main draw here...
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...
Occupying a traditional old shophouse in Kampong Glam, this excellent restaurant serves some seriously delicious Lebanese fare in a very nice set-up...