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Eating Out in Singapore

Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destinations. Visitors and travellers from all over the world visit Singapore to enjoy awesome sights, great shopping and mouth watering food.


Singapore has an exciting range of culinary styles and dishes which are influenced by Chinese, Malaya, Indian and Eurasian cuisines.

If you happen to visit Singapore in April, you can relish good food at the Singapore Food Festival!

While in Singapore, you must make it a point to try some of Singapore's local delights which are easily available at food courts and coffee shops.  These include - Hainanese Chicken Rice, Laksa and Satay, to name a few.

Enjoy Sumptuous Meals In Style While In Singapore

Following is a list of some of the popular European and other restaurants & eating joints in Singapore

  • Dragon Pearl, Orchard Road - Mouth watering Chinese delicacies including Dim Sum.

  • House Of Sudanese, Temasek, Boulevard - If you like Indonesian food, you will love House of Sudanese!

  • Tandoor, Cavenagh Road - Named after an Indian cooking style, Tandoor serves excellent Indian spicy food.

  • Lemongrass, The heeren, Orchard Road - This Thai restaurant offers plenty of salads, Thai delicacies and not to be missed desserts!

  • Golden Peony, 2 Temasek Boulevard - Enjoy Cantonese cuisine here.

  • Genki Sushi, Orchard Road - Japanese food, freshly prepared and served hot!

  • Original Sin, Holland Village - A must visit for traditional, Mediterranean food

  • One Ninety, Four Seasons Hotel, Orchard Boulevard -  From breakfast to meals through the day, visit One Ninety for continental, Japanese and other delicacies.

  • Just Steak, Upper Circular Road - Visit for all American delicacies.

  • Olive Tree, Hotel Inter Continental - Popular for its Mediterranean lunch and dinner buffets.

  • O' Briens Irish Sandwich Bar, Marina Square - If you want to grab a quick bite, this is the place for you. Tasty sandwiches await you!

  • Rang Mahal, Raffles Boulevard - North Indian Cuisines at its best!

  • Savior, Far East Square - This classy French joint is a great place to enjoy the brilliance of French cuisine.

  • Komala's Restaurant - For vegetarians, this is a god option. Malaysian, Sri Lankan, Indian and Thai food.

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