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  • OverEasy

    Enjoy a magnificent view of Marina Bay at OverEasy. Casual,yet classy, this American style diner is located at One Fullerton. What better place to catch all the F1 action and New Year's Eve fireworks?

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  • Quayside

    The perfect place to eat seafood in Singapore is at Quayside Seafood at Clarke Quay. You not only get an amazing view of the Singapore River but also amazing food and ambiance.

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  • The White Rabbit

    Housed in an immaculately restored 1940s chapelamidst the verdant environs of Dempsey Hill, The White Rabbit is a popular escape, especially for Sunday brunch or dinner.

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  • Level 33

    The world's highest urban craft brewery, this elegant bar and restaurant is renowned for its range of traditional craft beers,brewed in front of your very eyes.

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  • TAO Seafood Asia

    The sophisticated vibe at new quint essentially Singaporean restaurant TAO Seafood Asia makes it a great place for business lunches.On the menu are local seafood favorites and Chinese classics, including chilli crab ($6 per 100g), pot roasted cod ($38) and desserts such as double boiled bird’s nest ($48).

    #02-10 Asia Square Tower 2, 12Marina View, 6844-9969, S(018961)
    www.taoseafoodasia.com

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  • Hidden Gem

    An old-school meepok (Chinese flat noodles) store by day and a hip Japanese eatery by night, Bincho serves up omakase sets ($50-$80) featuring dishes such as chicken thigh tare, and boasts a cocktail bar offering shochu-based “Japeritifs” (from $22) and Japanese whiskeys (from $17).

    #01-19, 78 Moh Guan Terrace, 6438-4567, S(162078)
    www.facebook.com/binchohuabee

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  • Bak Kut Teh

    Old Tiong Bahru Bak Kut Teh, $7.50

    For a local, Teochew-style bak kut teh, it’s hard to look past the bustling Old Tiong Bahru Bak Kut Teh, where the broth is more peppery and garlicky than the more herbal Malaysian variety. The pork is cooked to a near-perfect tenderness, and the slightly cloudy soup has the right mix of peppery kick and a light sweetness. #01-31 Tiong Bahru Market, 58 Seng Poh Road (6224 4990). MRT: Tiong Bahru. Tue-Sun 6.30am-9pm.


  • Chicken Rice

    Hainanese Boneless Chicken Rice

    Despite competition from the likes of Tian Tian at Maxwell Food Centre and Wee Nam Kee on Thomson Road, this Bukit Merah stall wins it for the quality of its meat. There’s no fancy stuff – it just comes out on a red plastic plate with chilli and dark sauce, rice and a few sprigs of coriander – it’s all about the perfectly tender chicken, which has been compared to foie gras, especially the creamy livers. Tian Tian’s famous endorser Anthony Bourdain, alas, never visited this one. #01-15 Alexandra Village Food Centre, 120 Bukit Merah Ln 1. MRT: Queenstown. Mon-Sat 10am-8pm.


  • Chomp Chomp

    Chomp Your Way Through

    This age-old food centre is one of the most famous in Singapore, and is known among locals as the Serangoon Gardens Food Centre. Over the years, it’s been frequented by many Asian celebrities, so when you savour a meal here, you might even find pictures of these celebrities framed and hung up on the walls.

    Chomp Chomp springs to life in the evenings, when food lovers from all over the island flock to the food centre to enjoy local signature dishes such as grilled stingray, barbecued chicken wings, carrot cake, ice kacang, popiah, Hokkien Mee and more. You’ll enjoy a quality dining experience where you can watch the spontaneous acts of kamikaze-type chefs as they prepare your food, and the vibrant, bustling atmosphere of the place.

    To best enjoy Singapore’s tropical balmy weather while savouring our famous local delights, snag a table on the timber deck facing the road – but remember to bring lots of tissues, as you’ll be sure to work up a sweat by the end of the evening.

    • OPENING HOURS: Daily 6pm - 12am
    • CUISINE: Local
    • BUDGET: $10 - $40
    • STYLES: Hawker
    • AMBIENCE: Alfresco, Family, Big Groups
    • FEATURES: Dinner
    • RECOMMENDED FOR: Barbecued seafood
    • ADDRESS: 20 Kensington Road Singapore 557269.
  • CUT

    Redefining the American steakhouse. Catering to the true meat connoisseur.

    CUT is Chef Wolfgang Puck’s modern take on the American steakhouse. Hailed as one of the top three in the United States, its signature menu features a smart, sophisticated selection of the finest cuts of beef.

    Signature Dishes:
    • Bone Marrow Flan, Mushroom Marmalade, Parsley Salad
    • American Wagyu / Angus “Kobe Style” Beef From Snake River Farms, Idaho
    • American Blue Crab & Shrimp “Louis,” Spicy Tomato-Horseradish
    • Sautéed Dover Sole “À La Meunière”, Preserved Lemon, Parsley

    OPENING HOURS
    Main Dining Room:
    Sunday to Thursday: 6pm to 10pm
    Friday to Saturday: 6pm to 11pm

    CUT Bar and Lounge
    Monday to Sunday: 5:30pm to 12am

     

    WEBSITE: CUT Singapore - Wolfgang Puck

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