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This Marina Square eatery serves "creative comfort food" like gourmet burgers, freshly-made crispy fries, unique dips and good coffee, and is, therefore, a popular lunch-stop for those shoppers who look for something better than your average burger…
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...
For a real splurge, try the Sunday vintage champagne brunch at the posh Ritz-Carlton Millenia. The buffet features a sensational feast, together with unlimited supply of champagne (Moët & Chandon) and selected wines and cocktails...
Located at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental, this splendid restaurant has a long reputation for serving fine Cantonese cuisine, and its weekend Dim-sum buffet has earned a place for itself as one of the best places in Singapore for a truly delectable dim-sum feast.
This stylish restaurant serves what is possibly the best Italian buffet in Singapore, with a formidable spread that is not insanely diverse (although it is very rich) but really features the best of Italian cuisine...
This successful local chain is extremely popular for its splendid desserts, cakes and sweet goodies, but it also serves some delicious café fair and light meals in a fairly pleasant environment...
This cozy and somewhat elegant café is the Singaporean outlet of internationally known Israeli chocolatier, Max Brenner. Plenty of delightful chocolate creations is what draws people here...
With its fantastic location, on Pan-Pacific hotel's 37th floor, this luxurious restaurant pampers its patrons with a truly 'top of the world' dinning experience...
Located at the sumptuous Conrad Centennial, this excellent restaurant serves some fabulous modern Cantonese cuisine in a pleasant and relaxed environment...
In spite of its name, soups are not the 'jewel in the crown' of this popular local restaurant-chain, which is better known for its delicious home-style Cantonese food, and 'Samsui ginger chicken' in particular...
Established almost 20 years ago, this wildly popular restaurant-chain has long become one of the greatest success stories of Singapore's culinary scene...
This small and popular restaurant-chain specializes in a unique and distinctive section of the Chinese cuisine: cooking with herbs... 'Herbal roast duck' is, by all means, the restaurant's flagship and a must-try...
Located at the glitzy Pan-Pacific hotel, right in the heart of Marina Bay, this member of the famous Michelangelo group serves classic-contemporary Italian cuisine that combines the classics of traditional Italian cuisine with the chef's own innovations...
Paulaner Bräuhaus prides itself for being Singapore's only German microbrewery & Restaurant. The menu features a long list of both Bavarian, German and Intercontinental delicacies... from delicious finger-foods to serious, no nonsense stuff.
Rakuzen is possibly one of the best Japanese restaurants in Singapore. Especially when considering the value you get for your money... It may be lacking some of the ultra-sophistication that is common to all those Über-swanky restaurants, but it certainly serves fabulous Japanese fare in a sleek environment and at a sensible price...
This lovely restaurant features a unique concept : 'mini restaurant'... That means it is somewhere between a food court outlet and a restaurant... With the prices and the location of a high-end food court stall, but with its own seating area, its own character and, more important, with its truly good food that has nothing to do with the mediocre industrial stuff you sometimes get in those food court chains...
Owned by the famous Kuriya group, this popular restaurant-chain makes a good choice for those who want to have a nice Japanese meal in a no-frills environment and at a relatively inexpensive price...
Located at the opulent Pan Pacific, this restaurant serves fabulous Japanese fare in an extremely beautiful set up. The comprehensive menu presents different Japanese cooking styles, so everybody can find something to his liking...
This is the local offshoot of one of America's most reputable restaurant-chains and, possibly, one of Singapore's best steakhouses.
Located at the lively restaurants complex of 'Colours by the bay' in Esplanade Mall, surrounded by a nice garden and a beautiful cityscape scenery, Jang Shou serves some seriously good Korean BBQ in a nice environment and at relatively sensible prices...
This restaurant chain serves decent Café-style American fare in a pleasant and unpretentious environment.
This extremely popular restaurant-chain is a competitor of Manhattan Fish Market, and just like its rival, it prides itself for serving generous portions of fresh Western-style seafood dishes in a nice environment and at affordable prices...
This relatively new restaurant got its somewhat peculiar name thanks to the fact that the Philippines actually comprises 7,107 islands... and thanks to the owner's vision "to serve comprehensive Filipino cuisine that reflects the culinary traditions of all those islands... "
This lovely restaurant serves some of the best Vietnamese food you are likely to get in Singapore, in a pleasing and homey environment and at very moderate prices...
As its name denotes, this small and popular restaurant-chain specializes in the Sundanese cuisine of West - Java... While the Sundanese cuisine might be pretty similar to other cuisines across the Malay archipelago, it does maintain its own culinary distinction, mainly by using different spice-mixes than those used in other cuisines.
With a great choice of fresh ingredients you can create your own salad with, Grand Salads is a good choice for those who look for a light and informal meal around Marina and Suntec City...
Funky Bombay Café xpress makes one of the best choices for an inexpensive Indian Vegetarian meal around Suntec City Mall and its environs.
Shalimar Palace promotes itself as "the Indian Fusion Restaurant" and, indeed, the extensive menu features a wide choice of favorites from all over India, as well as some specialties of Indian communities abroad...
As its self descriptive name denotes, Putien Restaurant specializes in the cuisine of Putian area, on the shores of Fujian Province in south China, which is known for being light and simple, although it is fairly rich in ingredients...
Pleasant ambience, outstandingly good Cantonese food and impeccable service make Pearl River Palace one of the best Chinese restaurants around Suntec City and The Esplanade.
Nice Victorian-style décor creates just the right backdrop for the sensational tea and cookies that this splendid shop serves, alongside some rich and delicious cakes...
Located at the Esplanade Mall, this über stylish restaurant serves fabulous contemporary Chinese cuisine in an elegant and chic environment that is anything but "humble"...
Named after a famous 15th century Chinese Admiral-Explorer, the Cheng Ho is a replica of an imperial Ming Dynasty vessel, supposedly similar to the one that was sailed by the legendary admiral who gave it its name.
Serving an immense choice of international delicacies, Melt - The World Café, at The Oriental Singapore, is truly a worthy candidate for the "best buffet in Singapore" title…
Located at Raffles City Shopping Centre, this popular establishment is possibly the flagship restaurant of Kuriya chain. It serves fine Japanese cuisine with strong emphasize on fresh seafood and Soba dishes... Kushiyaki grill sets are also quite delicious...
Located at Raffles City Shopping Centre, Shahi Maharani restaurant serves the very best of North Indian cuisine in very pleasant surroundings.
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...
Traditional 'Hand-pulled noodle dishes' are the main draw of this restaurant, but they also serve other lovely dishes, both Cantonese and Singaporean-influenced, in a very nice surrounding...
Muthu's has been serving some of the best Fish Curry Head in Singapore for the last almost 40 years, alongside a wide range of both South Indian and North Indian specialties...
Located right next to the pool at the luxurious Mandarin Oriental hotel, this fabulous restaurant serves luscious, flavorful Mediterranean cuisine in a lovely surrounding...
Housed within a beautiful replica of a 1800s Mississippi riverboat, docking permanently next to Marina South Pier, this restaurant serves some very nice Tex-Mex fare in lovely surroundings...
This small and successful restaurant-chain serves superb Italian fare in a beautiful set-up... Excellent selection of wood-fire-pizzas, alongside some seriously scrumptious pasta dishes, antipasti, fish, seafood, chicken, lamb, beef and what not...
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.
While it is true to say that 'Restaurant-chains' and 'good food' do not usually go together... Thai Express, 'The world's largest chain of modern Thai restaurants' (so they claim) is definitely a pleasant exception...