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Restaurants

Restaurants Directory

Restaurants are at the higher-end of the scale of dining spots in Singapore - they are comparatively more formal and more expensive. One usually orders from a set or an ala carte menu, and offerings tend to specialise in a particular type of cuisine - such as North Indian, Italian, Peranakan or Cantonese-style. Most are stand-alone establishments but some form part of a larger chain of restaurants; others are affliated to hotels and are found on hotel premises. The atmosphere of the venue, as well as the variety and quality of dishes served, varies between establishments, but patrons can generally expect a high standard of hygiene and service at these places.


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1-Twenty Six
1-Twenty Six
902 East Coast Parkway, #01-26 Playground @ Big Splash S449874
A chic getaway in the East, 1 TwentySix is the first sea-fronting chic chill-out concept introduced by One Rochester's team. From the sleek floor-to-ceiling glass windows and curvilinear bar in the restaurant, to lush foliage and contemporary furniture outdoors, its sleek architectural design reflects today's cosmopolitan lifestyle living. Wine and dine or simply sip and slip away into the sunset evening by the beach.
7 Sensations
7 Sensations
9 Raffles Boulevard, #P3-07 Parco Millenia Walk S208413
7 Sensations is named for the 7 culinary elements in their menu: Asian fusion, Western, Japanese, Thai, Peranakan, cakes and beverages. 7 Sensations brings in a mixed crowd of aunties, Buddhist nuns and the arty set – all smacking their collective lips at the eclectic vegetarian menu and organic fruit juices.
Absinthe
Absinthe
48 Bukit Pasoh Road S89858
Located in a charming restored shophouse, Absinthe provides sweeping landscape views through its glass panels. Having an intimate meal within the confines of its cellar surrounded by only the best wines could quite possibly be the most romantic gesture ever. After ogling at its wonderful ambience, select from the restaurant's first class dishes that won't let you down.
Ajisen (Bugis)
Ajisen (Bugis)
230 Victoria Street, #01-01 Bugis Junction S188021
Founded in Japan in 1968, Ajisen is an international brand with over 400 chains worldwide. Known for its anti-ageing ramen soup, Ajisen serves up affordable mid-range Japanese food that doesn't skimp on quality. A feature of its ramen is Senmiyu; a rich brown sauce that accompanies the fair Tonkotsu soup. Ajisen's unique culinary methods ensure that all the flavors are sealed into the sauce.
Al-Ameen Eating House
Al-Ameen Eating House
2-4 Cheong Chin Nam Road S599729
Al-Ameen is a popular destination with locals looking for tasty, affordable Malay fare in their neighborhood. Hungry diners tuck into local favourites such as the perfectly crisp tosai, plates of tasty nasi goreng or delicious nuggets of chicken tikka, butter chicken and prata, before washing it down with a super-sized 'Milo dinosaur', the nickname for a popular cocoa-flavoured beverage, served with extra dollops of cocoa powder.
Annalakshmi Janatha Restaurant
Annalakshmi Janatha Restaurant
104 Amoy Street, Telok Ayer Conservation Area S59413
Enjoy home-cooked South Indian food in buffet style, prepared by volunteer housewives. The buffet counter is entirely vegetarian, including dishes such as dhals, soups, cauliflower curry, yoghurt dips, and papadums. Annalakshmi Janatha Restaurant is a social enterprise which operates on a 'Athithi Dhevo Bhava' philosophy, which means 'the guest is God'. The eatery's distinctive ambience provides a unique cultural experience. Diners here pay what they think their meals are worth, but most do
Au Jardin by Les Amis
Au Jardin by Les Amis
1 Cluny Road, EJH Corner House, Singapore Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre S259569
Located amidst the lush greenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Au Jardin by Les Amis is an elegant restaurant serving fine French cuisine. Housed in a beautifully restored 1920s colonial bungalow, Au Jardin by Les Amis consists of amain dining room on the upper level, a private dining area on the ground floor, and an alfresco dining area located along the garden terrace. With a menu of contemporary French dishes, Au Jardin by Les Amis serves a semi-buffet brunch on Fridays and Sundays. It
Au Petit Salut
Au Petit Salut
40C Harding Road, Tanglin Village S249548
Nestled in the verdant enclave of Dempsey Hill as a charming dining destination facing Singapore Botanic Gardens, Au Petit Salut is one of the finest places in town to delight in premium French traditional cuisine. Be seduced by the classy interior with its dark wood finishes that subtly blend with clean white walls, emanating a sophisticated yet homely ambience to enliven your senses. With an extensive variety of seafood, duck, lamb and beef choices served in intimate surroundings, you will
Baba Inn
Baba Inn
103 Frankel Avenue, #01-03 S458225
Baba Inn & Lounge takes on a casual air, yet there is nothing casual about its food. Peranakan cuisine is complex and requires a meticulous hand, and this family restaurant manages to impress with its range of traditional dishes such as Nyonya 'ngoh hiang', assam prawns and Nyonya 'chap chye'.
Baits
Baits
26 Sentosa Gateway, #01-217/222 The Forum, Level 1 @ Resorts World Sentosa
Baits, offers an all-encompassing menu that focuses on serving Singapore-style seafood and a myriad of local favourites to satisfy any craving. Showcasing a sumptuous line-up of meat and poultry fare such as a delectable Baits Singapore Style Chicken Rice as well as fiery Mala dishes - which both Singaporeans and tourists have come to love. Seafood lovers will be reeled in by the sumptuous array of dishes with a large seafood tank brimming with a variety of live morsels such as geoduck, live
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