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This small French takeaway allows you to choose from a selection of fresh & light French classics: soups, crepes and toasted focaccia bread with flavored butter...
Owned by the same group that owns the 'Noble House' and 'Lingzhi', this awarded restaurant serves some fabulous Pekingese cuisine in very pleasant surroundings...
Located within a classically restored Peranakan shophouse, this lovely Tapas & Wine Bar is popular among locals, expats and visitors alike.
After successfully running a café back in Saigon, the couple who owns this excellent restaurant decided to come and try their luck in the big city... Song Trang specializes in traditional cuisine from Vietnam's South-central coast region of Binh Dinh and serves authentic, delicious fare that bursts with flavor.
This restaurant chain serves decent Café-style American fare in a pleasant and unpretentious environment.
As its name may suggest, this lovely café-teahouse is actually located within an antique and vintage shop which provides the perfect décor for a traditional high-tea...
Established almost 20 years ago, this wildly popular restaurant-chain has long become one of the greatest success stories of Singapore's culinary scene...
Located at 'The Cathay', a historic art-décor cinema which was converted into a modern shopping complex, this excellent restaurant serves world-class fusion cuisine in a nice surroundings and at a very good price... The food they serve can be described as Western-influenced Southeast Asian cuisine...
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 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...
Shabu Shabu is the Japanese version of Chinese Hotpot (or Steamboat), where the diner cooks his own variety of thinly sliced meat, seafood or vegetables in a piping hot soup-base. The set also includes different dipping sauces for the different slices...
This humble food-court outlet serves some excellent Korean food in a non-pretentious environment and at very reasonable prices...
Generous portions of luscious American-style seafood at affordable prices is what has put this restaurant on the map... From scrumptious starters like Sizzling Louisiana prawns and Crispy deep-fried shrimps to their legendary Fish & Chips and the gigantic seafood platters...
After being around for almost 25 years, the good-old Tandoor has long become one of the icons of Indian culinary in Singapore...
Accommodated within a beautifully-restored early 1900s shophouse in trendy Peranakan Place, this bar has been serving fantastic cocktails and a whole lot of other booze for quite a few years, and it is still as popular as ever...
This small restaurant-chain serves delicious modern cuisine in a chic and contemporary environment and at a relatively good price.
Located in a charming colonial villa, with a long verandah and spacious wood decks, and with the lush greenery of Fort Canning Park all around it... it can be said that the atmosphere in this fabulous Australian-style bistro is even better than the food...
Nestled within Orchard Central, one of the quieter malls along "Singapore's Fifth Avenue", Ootoya has become known for serving simple, yet scrumptious and relatively inexpensive Japanese food, especially Teishoku set meals that come with a decent variety of sides, including rice and soup.