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Singapore - Geylang, East Coast & Changi

This charming café is possibly one of Changi's best hangouts, especially when you consider the number of regulars who frequent it...
Located along the beautifully restored Joo Chiat Rd., this legendary restaurant is possibly Singapore's oldest Peranakan eating-house, and has been serving authentic Peranakan cuisine, as well as Hainanese fare, for well over 50 years...
Located in a Peranakan bungalow along Joo Chiat Road, this well known restaurant serves fabulous Cantonese cuisine with a modern touch and, as its name hints, the owner-chef is a master of traditional wok-fried dishes (Zi-char).
The founder of this splendid restaurant is a well seasoned chef who decided, after working for many years in high-end Cantonese restaurants, to open a place of his own that will serve haute Cantonese cuisine at a relatively reasonable price...
Located in a charming Katong bungalow, with a beautiful lush garden around it, Cookery Magic is a unique culinary institution that offers both excellent cooking classes (with introduction to Singapore's diversified cuisines) as well as private dinning.
Good old Charlie's corner has been serving a wide variety of cold beers (and legendary Fish & chips) for quite a few years... The vivaciously decorated Café - bar is one of Changi Village's most popular joints...
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).
This popular restaurant has been serving delicious Peranakan fare (especially traditional rice dumplings) for the last God knows how many years...
Owned by one of Singapore's most successful restaurant-groups, Tung Lok serves fresh and delicious seafood at reasonable prices and in fairly pleasing surroundings...
This small and unpretentious shop serves some scrumptious homemade cakes, pastries and pies in a pleasant, no frills environment and at very moderate prices...
Established back in the 1960s, this popular eatery has long become an icon in Singapore's culinary scene... particularly known for its legendary 'Fried Hokkien prawn mee'...
Although very distant from the extravagant buffets you'll find at the city's ritzy hotels, the relatively small café is pleasant and has a buffet that features a good selection of scrumptious, authentic Peranakan delicacies... Great treat at a small price.
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...
This small eatery serves some fabulous Prawn Mee, a popular Malay dish that consists of prawns in a rich and scrumptious stock of prawns and pork, with noodles and flavorful ingredients.
Run by a few friendly old ladies, this unpretentious eatery specializes in Bak Kut Teh and Curry Fish Head, alongside some other Singaporean favorites.
This small and homey restaurant is a Singaporean culinary institution and has been serving fabulous delicacies from the Nasi Padang cuisine of west Sumatra, Indonesia, for more than 20 years...
The main focus is given to Zhi Char (Chinese and Thai style stir-fried dishes) and you can find quite a few Thai and Southeast Asian style seafood dishes on the menu... Strait forward good food that is fresh and full of flavor.
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 small and unpretentious food stall serves some of the most delicious Briyanis in Singapore.
Boasts an extremely wide variety of light, healthy Chinese & Southeast Asian vegetarian delicacies... including an impressive choice of 'meat imitations'.
Excellent variety of authentic Nasi Padang dishes (from west Sumatra, Indonesia), lovely Nonya-style Popiah (a thin paper-like crepe) and a good range of freshly baked pastries and tarts.
Has been selling some of the best Katong Laksa in Singapore for more than 50 years...
This small street-side eatery is another good place to try Katong-style Laksa
This humble shop has been serving some of the most authentic breakfasts in Singapore for the last god knows how many years... so if you want a true Kopitiam experience, pay them a visit when you are in Katong.
The name says it all... Crispy, delicious BBQ chicken wings are what this tiny outlet specializes in.
BBQ seafood and claypot dishes form a large part of the menu in this modest Teochew-style eatery.
This extremely popular food-stall serves some of the best Satay Bee Hoon in Singapore: a Singaporean delicacy that actually combines the Thai Satay sauce and the Chinese style Rice vermicelli (Bee Hoon).
This popular eateries-chain specializes in spicy, flavorful Southeast-Asian fare. The menu is not tremendously diversified but everything is good...
This excellent restaurant serves scrumptious seafood and other Chinese fare that is rich in both texture and flavor, in a pleasant environment and at surprisingly moderate prices...
Specializing in Nasi Lemak : A popular Southeast-Asian dish of rich rice in coconut cream, with various ingredients like fried egg, piquant sambal condiment and more... served with either fish, chicken or Otah (Mackerel)
This extremely popular restaurant-chain serves some of the best seafood in Singapore... The menu is extremely vast and in addition to the popular signature dishes, it features ever changing 'special of the day' items...
This iconic restaurant has been serving fabulous seafood dishes since god knows when... and although it has grown into a small chain, it is still as good and popular as before...
This popular culinary institution got its rather weird name many years ago, when it started as a small food stall with no sign... Plenty of water passed under the bridge since then and today, with five successful outlets, it is one of the best places in Singapore to indulge on Chinese and Asian seafood dishes...
Located in Marine Cove, on Singapore's east-coast, this lovely restaurant specializes in the coastal cuisines of the states of Goa and Kerala, in South India.
This humble Joo Chiat restaurant serves some fabulous Singaporean home cooking and seafood in an easygoing "kampong" (village) environment that resembles the atmosphere of the old-days eateries on the Island of Pulau Ubin, from which the owners and their business have come...