You can't forget the sinfully good taste of Singapore once you've tried it. We serve up the best places to chow down in one of the world's great food cities.
This hipster health-food haven serves up dishes that look like they’re straight out of the pages of Kinfolk.
Make a beeline for the Sunday Brunch buffet, which features fresh seafood and hearty roasts.
Nothing embodies the quintessential Singaporean experience quite like a visit to a hawker centre.
Affordable seafood and assorted other tze char dishes.
Make like you’re in Texas with a visit to Burnt Ends.
Helmed by Michelin-starred chef Jason Atherton, the modern European cuisine on offer at Pollen is inspired by the exquisite greenery found in the Flower Dome conservatory.
Sometimes, instead of hitting the newest restaurant, it’s refreshing to visit a trustworthy establishment that has been consistently serving up excellently prepared meals for years.
Middle Eastern. Dude food. Loud music. Chummy service.
Helmed by the pioneer of modern Singaporean (“Mod Sin”) cuisine, chef Willin Low’s flagship restaurant is a true feast for the senses and a celebration of all things Singaporean.
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