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This rather simple eatery serves some excellent Teochew style seafood
Simple eatery that serves some fabulous Teochew cuisine at a reasonable price.
Good selection of scrumptious Southeast delicacies... from Hotplate prawns with eggplant to Assam fish head curry and from Thai style fried fish to Marmite pork ribs...
This tiny stall is very popular for its Fried Kway Teow, one of Southeast Asia's favourites.
Located at Boat quay, Jazz@Southbridge (JSB) is one of Singapore's best Jazz bars, with plenty of great live performances of both local and international artists.
Located at a beautifully restored townhouse, this splendid Bistro wine-bar serves the best of French and European cuisine in an exquisite and romantic environment.
Located in trendy Riverside Point, next to Brewerkz and overlooking the Singapore River, this ever-crowded restaurant is possibly one of the best places in town to have Mexican food, alongside some no-nonsense genuine Mexican Tequilas (they have an impressive collection of them).
This lively Clarke Quay resto-bar brings the rhythm of Cuba to the banks of the Singapore River. The menu features a relatively wide assortment of Latin-American dishes and the bar serves an impressive choice of Mojitos and other cocktails and alcoholic drinks.
Named after the picturesque "Red City" at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, this resto-bar serves a decent range of drinks, as well as some lovely Middle-Eastern mezze (tapas) and finger-foods in a charming environment.
Located in vivacious Clarke Quay, right on the bank of the Singapore River, The Tapas Tree is a lovely resto-bar that serves a great variety of delicious 'tapas' and other Spanish fare, in a pleasant and somewhat romantic environment...
Don't let the name confuse you, this place is as far as it can get from a coffee-shop... As a matter of fact, it's a very classy lounge-bar, modern-Japanese style, with mostly Japanese staff...
This café-bar-lounge is a great place to chill-out and have some nice food (and drinks) 'alfresco', in a lovely environment, right by the Singapore River...
Owned by celebrity-chef Emmanuel Stroobant, This semi stylish Belgian resto-bar is fantastically located on Robertson Quay, facing the Singapore River. Whether you just want to chill-out with a cold beer and a snack, or whether you feel like having a proper dinner... it has a pleasant atmosphere that is classy and easygoing at the same time.
This excellent bistro is actually owned and managed by the Singapore Academy of Law... The menu changes every week, but it usually features some familiar favorites from the French-European cuisine, with a 'modern twist'...
The nice thing about this small and lovely bistro is that there is no menu whatsoever... which means you are entirely at the mercies of the chef... The tiny kitchen produces some lovely French fare with a modern touch...
The Moomba serves excellent Modern-Australian cuisine in a very pleasant environment.
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...
This London-style pub enjoys a great location, right on Boat Quay's waterfront. Good ambience and good food (both pub grab and more serious stuff), alongside a wide selection of beers and alcoholic drinks.
Despite of its very French name (meaning 'my home') this homey indeed restaurant-café specializes in westernized Japanese cuisine, with a bit of a French touch...
Singapore's first Irish Pub is a cheerful place with nice ambience, good live music and some decent pub grab and western fare... It's also a popular venue to watch football and Rugby.
Owned and inspired by Belgian celebrity-chef, Emmanuel Stroobant, this swanky restaurant serves contemporary French cuisine with some Japanese and Asian influence...
Harry's is a popular Jazz bar, facing the Singapore River, with pleasant ambience and a decent crowd of mostly white collar chaps and tourists. The bar upstairs is more stylish, with nice views over the river.
This splendid restaurant is the local offshoot of a well established Milanese eating-house.
This Boat quay restaurant serves some lovely contemporary American cuisine, with emphasis on steaks and grilled meats, in an extremely pleasant environment.
This small and homey Mediterranean-style café specializes in contemporary Mediterranean cuisine, combined with the owners own innovations...
This modern yet elegant steakhouse serves some fabulous steaks and seafood in a lovely environment, facing the Singapore River, and at relatively good prices.
Traditional Australian pies (including some 'not so Australian' developments, like the Ratatouille Pie, the Mexican red beans with salsa pie and others...). Makes a nice, informal meal that doesn't cost much
Fantastically located on Robertson quay, overlooking the Singapore River, this fabulous brasserie serves the best of classic French cuisine in a semi-casual environment that makes you feel far more comfortable and relaxed than in a ritzy 'haute-cuisine' establishment...
Fantastic location, overlooking the Singapore River and lively Clarke quay. Generous portions of delicious American food, alongside a great selection of home-brewed beers, international beers and ales, wines, spirits and more...
Princess Terrace Café is one of Singapore's most favorite buffet-restaurants and one of the best places in the city to try rich, palatable and authentic Penang cuisine.
This trendy Clarke Quay venue comprises of a microbrewery, a bistro style restaurant and a bar with life music and a dance floor. The cuisine is contemporary-Australian, with lovely combinations that reflect the ethnic diversity of this southern continent...
Located within the prestigious Fullerton, one of Singapore's classiest hotels, this excellent restaurant is particularly known for its 'Gourmet Buffet Dinners'...
This lovely Clarke Quay Bar & Restaurant boasts an impressive selection of more than 200 fine single-malt whiskies and a "Scottish-inspired" cuisine...
Those sweet toothies among you should not miss this fabulous treat, with dozens of scrumptious desserts, assortment of cakes, chocolates, pralines, chocolate drinks and what not...
Young, good looking girls in minimalist attire serve generous helpings of delicious, calories-loaded American food... Other than the food, there are also plenty of live shows and social games...
Located on popular Clarke Quay, this lovely restaurant serves delicious Mongolian BBQ in a very nice environment. Their great selection of exotic sauces and the diversity of fresh ingredients you can choose from are both worth mentioning...
Located at the Mediterranean style Robertson Walk complex, near the Singapore River, this fantastic Churrascaria (Brazilian all-you-can-eat grill house) serves a wide array of scrumptious Brazilian grills in a great environment...
Owned by the same group that owns 'Garibaldi', this lovely Café-deli-patisserie serves the best of Italian desserts and café-fare in very nice surroundings...
Earshot is, without exaggeration, one of the nicest coffeeshops around the area of the mouth of the Singapore River... An easygoing place where you can browse through books and music, relax on one of the comfortable armchairs and enjoy some delicious café fare at a reasonable price and in a lovely environment...
This lovely café serves good sandwiches, cakes and light fare in a nice ambience...
This lovely café has a self descriptive name that says it all : a place where you can read till the cows come home... Comfortable sofas to couch on and a zillion books, magazines and newspapers to browse through...
Located on trendy Clarke Quay, Nectarie is a shrine for 'Dessert-gourmands' and 'Sweet toothies' alike...
In spite of its misleading name, this cute café and bookshop has nothing to do with French food and coffee... As a matter of fact, the small and cozy place serves light and homey Japanese fare in a very pleasant environment...
Owned and managed by chocolatier Laurent Bernard, this relatively small 'boutique café' and Chocolate bar is a real paradise for chocoholics and sweet toothies...
Owned by Les Amis, one of Singapore's most recognized restaurant groups, Canelé serves a variety of fabulous cakes, pastries and freshly baked breads, as well as some delicious café-fare in a very pleasant environment.
This splendid restaurant serves lovely traditional Sichuan cuisine in a very pleasant environment. They have two outlets in Singapore and both are equally good...
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 sumptuous restaurant serves superb Shanghainese cuisine in opulent and stylish surroundings that revives Shanghai's heydays, back in the 1940s, when prestigious clubs and restaurants flourished around 'Paris of the orient'...
This sumptuous restaurant serves fine Cantonese cuisine with a 'modern twist' in a luxurious and soothing environment...
Located on popular Clarke Quay, this fabulous bistro-restaurant is one of Singapore's most talked about dinning venues, and other than to serve outstanding food (European and Asian fusion), it also has some very good daily culinary courses, worth knowing about...
Located on the fourth floor of 'Singapore's first hip art design hotel', The Gallery, this excellent restaurant serves fabulous contemporary cuisine in a very pleasant environment...
Located on River Valley Road, near the junction of Sultan Mohammed, this elegant restaurant serves some of the best steaks you can get in Singapore for this kind of reasonable prices, together with fabulous Swiss and Central-European cuisine...
Saint Julien serves splendid French cuisine, with a lovely view... The kitchen specializes in 'cuisine Bourgeoise' (the French term for 'middle-class cooking'), which in essence refers to lovely, down-to-earth cooking...
Elegant Le Tonkin serves lovely French-inspired Vietnamese cuisine, in a very pleasant ambience that somewhat revives Hanoi's heydays... during the time of French colonialism... You can either dine indoors or plunge into one of the cozy sofas at the courtyard and have your drink there...
Despite of its Far East sounding name, this lovely restaurant serves mostly Mediterranean and Western fare, alongside some Southeast Asian specialties. The place is owned and managed by a husband and wife who are totally passionate about their job...
Ideally Located on breezy Boat Quay, facing the Singapore River (the word Kinara actually means riverbank in Punjabi), this restaurant serves lovely North Indian cuisine in very pleasant surroundings...
Ivory kitchen boasts a winning combination of great location (right on Clarke Quay), fine dinning and reasonably large portions (unlike many of those swanky restaurants that serve sample-sized portions on huge plates...)... Serving delicious South Indian coastal cuisine...
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...
Bonta might not have been around long enough to become an icon, but it surely is a very promising young restaurant, worth knowing about... It's a modish-contemporary restaurant that serves great combination of traditional and modern Italian cuisines in a lovely environment...
As its name suggests, this small 'trattoria' specializes in freshly-baked pizzas, and pleasant aromas of baking do fill the air... Delicious homemade pastas are also a good reason to come here... You can seat inside and watch the 'kitchen in action' or have your meal 'alfresco'...
Located at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, on the south bank of the Singapore River, this popular restaurant serves excellent and authentic Italian food, in a soothing and pleasant environment and at relatively reasonable prices...
Marutama is a good place to enjoy a decent Japanese Ramen: A Japanese dish of noodles which is served in a broth, with a variety of toppings, such as sliced pork, chicken, seaweed and more... Marutama offers four delicious soup bases to choose from, and a good choice of toppings and side dishes...
Located along the vivacious entertainment strip of Mohamed Sultan Road, this chic resto-bar serves some outstandingly delicious Japanese fare, in a young and modish environment and at a fair price...
Located at the colossal 'Great World City mall', next to the Singapore River (the upper part), Kuriya Japanese Fresh Fish Market serves fresh and delicious sashimi at a reasonable price...
Located on the second floor of 'Singapore's first hip art design hotel', The Gallery, this superb restaurant serves some of the best Yakitori grill dishes in Singapore...
This relatively cozy eating-house is the local outlet of a very famous Japanese brand of noodles - 'Sapporo Nishiyama noodles'... In order to keep their authenticity, they bring all the ingredients directly from Hokkaido, Japan, and the results are quite good...
This lovely restaurant serves fabulous Japanese - Korean style 'Yakiniku grill' in a very pleasant environment.
Named after the exotic Persian city, that has become known for its manicured gardens and its artistic carpets and silverware, this lavish Clarke Quay restaurant serves the best of Iranian cuisine in a flamboyant 'one thousand and one night' surroundings...
This highly awarded restaurant started its way on Singapore's east-coast, back in the 1950s... Much water has flowed under the bridge since then, and today it occupies one of Singapore's most prime locations, right next to the Merlion, facing the mouth of the Singapore River...
Stretching along the Singapore River, within the vivacious dine & wine precinct of Clarke Quay, this excellent restaurant offers a great 'alfresco' dinning experience, alongside a decent selection of wines, cocktails and other drinks...
This small shop makes some of the best ice creams and sorbets in Singapore... They have a decent choice of about 50 flavors, including some creative and 'localized' ones...
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...
Occupying one of Singapore's best possible locations, within the impressive neo-Palladian building of the Asian Civilisations Museum, facing Boat Quay and Raffles landing site, this restaurant is famous both for its outstanding food, as well as for its ambience and style...
Owned by the same internationally recognized group that owns the IndoChine Waterfront next door, this fabulous restaurant can be described as the more down-to-earth, café-style sister of IndoChine, serving both western and Southeast-Asian fare in an uber-pleasant environment...
This excellent restaurant is famous for its delicious Kurobuta pork dishes... particularly for its 'Tonkatsu' (Japanese schnitzel) and 'Shabu Shabu' (the Japanese version of hot pot)...
As its name denotes, this lovely restaurant specializes in Ramen, just like the heroes of the mythological Japanese food-comedy after which it is named... The restaurant's signature dish, Kyushu Jyagara Ramen, consists of a soup base that is cooked for 48 hours, in order to bring out the full flavor of the pork bones in it...
Located on trendy Robertson Walk, Queen's Tandoor serves the best of North Indian cuisine in pleasant surroundings.
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...
This quirky and fun café brings a whiff of fresh breeze to the usual seriousness of Singapore's Business District... Delicious café fare and creatively presented Thai food are the main thing...
Tucked at a quiet corner of Vivocity, this tiny café serves some lovely french café fare, including 'Tartines' (open sandwiches) with a great variety of luscious toppings, salads, quiches and the likes...
As its name denotes, fresh pasta is the main thing here, and it comes in a good range of textures and styles.
Perched on the 33rd floor of OCBC Centre, one of Singapore's tallest skyscrapers, Peach Garden serves superb Cantonese cuisine, with a slight modern touch, in an elegant and pleasing ambiance.
This simple Japanese eatery serves some of the most authentic ramen-dishes on this side of town, in a nice and unpretentious environment and at relatively good prices...
This world-class restaurant serves the crème de la crème of Italian food, with an emphasis on northern Italian cuisine, in an über-elegant surroundings...
The French Kitchen, a collaboration between Chef Jean-Charles Dubois, who actually heads the kitchen, and celebrity-chef Emmanuel Stroobant of Saint Pierre, serves the classics of French cuisine, with a slight twist, in a contemporary and snug ambience.
Run by an extremely talented and passionate young chef and his wife, Sage serves the classics of European cuisine, with a modern twist that takes the familiar flavors to new heights...
Loyal to its name, this lovely Clarke Quay restaurant serves a decent choice of dishes from different cuisines across the Indian sub-continent, in a pleasant riverfront setting.
Overlooking the less touristy section of the Singapore River, trendy Dozo serves some of the best contemporary Japanese cuisine you can find in Singapore, in a pleasant and tranquil ambience.
Praised as the best Ramen restaurant in Singapore by one of the city's leading food bloggers, Ramen Santouka in "The Central", right opposite Clarke Quay, certainly treats the famous Japanese noodle dish with all the respect it deserves and prepares the best of it, with superior stock that has cooked for a long, long time…
Hot Stones is a Clarke Quay Surf & Turf restaurant that features a unique dining concept, whereby diners roast their own meat, or seafood, on a tableside sizzling-hot stone slab, and although similar restaurants do already exist in different cities across the world, Hot Stone's nice setting and the quality of its food make it well worth visiting.
'The Clinic' is a somewhat kinky Clarke Quay bar, where you can have your cocktail and bar bites while seated in a wheelchair next to a surgeon's table...
Housed in Liang Court, right next to Clarke Quay, Saizeriya serves nice Italian food with a Japanese "touch" in a pleasant setting and at very, very affordable prices…