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Singapore - VivoCity, Sentosa Island & West

This popular chain serves a wide variety of fresh and lovely café fare, through its outlets across the city. The menu features a great selection, so everyone can find something he likes...
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 well known restaurant brought a unique dinning concept to the Singaporean culinary scene: Cooking with medicinal herbs. Alongside the chefs, there are Chinese herbalists on duty, ensuring that the food will not only be delicious but will also be good for you...
Dinning in a revolving-restaurant always has its special charm, and this excellent, well established Cantonese-Pekingese restaurant is no exception...
This small and popular restaurant-chain specializes in a unique and distinctive section of the Chinese cuisine: Cooking with herbs...
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...
This popular restaurant-chain has been serving decent wood fired pizza long before the 'so-called authentic Italian eateries' started to pop up like mushrooms after the rain... While the food here might not be as 'authentic Italian' as what you can find in some of those swanky chef-restaurants, it is quite good and flavorful and it comes in generous portions...
With restaurants all over East Asia, this extremely successful international group serves fine Japanese cuisine in a nice set-up and at a sensible price...
Peramakan started its way a few years ago, as a rather humble (and crammed) eatery on Joo Chiat Road. After a successful beginning on Joo Chiat, the couple who owns the place decided to move to a bigger and more up-market outlet, near the waterfront of Keppel Island's marina...
This modern waterfront venue actually comprises of three different styles under one roof: A prestigious New York style restaurant and steakhouse, a Gastrobar lounge and a Bakery Café.
Good selection of burgers and hotdogs, made from real meat with no preservatives or additives.
Located on the beautiful roof-garden of the colossal Vivocity mall, this restaurant is the Singaporean outlet of world-known Swiss chain, Marché. The menu is vast enough for everyone to find something he likes... From the 'all-you-can-eat salad bar' to traditional Swiss fare and international delicacies...
Located on top of Mt. Faber, with commanding views of the harbor and Sentosa Island, this resto-bar's main attraction is, naturally, its location...
For something different, you should try this fabulous restaurant... Although getting here is a bit of a hassle, you can combine the gourmet experience with a visit to the beautiful Labrador Nature-Reserve, which makes the effort worthwhile...
For a different (and delicious) light meal, opt for this small café - deli, specializing in Vietnamese Bánh mì baguette sandwiches.
Located within VivoCity mall, the White dog serves nice, modern café-fare in very pleasant surrounding... It has a lovely, spacious open-air veranda, with wood deck, where you can dine 'alfresco' and enjoy the harbor view...
The 1920s neo-classical red bricks building of St. James Power Station, where Singapore's first coal-fired power plant used to be, has been converted to a mega nightlife spot, where Singapore's young and restless go to see and be seen...
Sashimi and Sushi are the main draw here... Thick and succulent slices of delicious Sashimi... just as good as what you can expect from a luxurious restaurant, but at a price which is just a fraction of what you would have paid in one of those snooty establishments...
Brotzeit is a lovely resto-bar which serves some decent German beers and food in a very nice environment. There is an 'alfresco' area with views over the harbor and Sentosa Island...
Located right on one of Sentosa Island's most beautiful beaches, within the swanky 'Shangri-la Rasa Sentosa Resort', this stylish restaurant serves some superb Mediterranean and Southeast-Asian seafood specialties in a wonderful environment...
This popular chain specializes in Chinese healthy teas and healthy foods, containing medicine herbs.
Specializing in a variety of crispy fritters and other authentic street snacks.
This eateries-chain puts its emphasize on good, strait forward Cantonese fare, with special attention given to roasted meats, dumplings and noodle dishes.
This lovely restaurant is the first overseas outlet of one of Indonesia's most popular restaurants... It is owned by Tung Lok, the same tremendously successful group that owns LingZhi and Noble House, and it specializes in authentic Nasi Padang cuisine from the region of West-Sumatra, Indonesia...
This small restaurant-chain serves some nice 'Kushiyaki' Japanese-style-grill in a lovely set up and at a relatively reasonable price... The menu is quite diversified, so everyone can find something to enjoy...