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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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Kazu Sumiyaki Restaurant
Kazu Sumiyaki Restaurant
5 Koek Road, #04-05 Cuppage Plaza S228796
Kazu Sumiyaki Restaurant serves mainly yakitori, the Japanese speciality of grilled chicken served on skewers. This eatery is popular with many expatriate Japanese even though it's tucked away in a quiet corner of Orchard Road. It may be a small restaurant, but it serves up a storm of delicacies, from foie gras to pork belly, mochi, gingko, sashimi, tempura and, of course, yakitori. Reservations are a must.
Kew Garden Restaurant
Kew Garden Restaurant
315 Outram Road #02-313, Tan Boon Liat Building S169074
Tucked away on the second storey of a nondescript building, Kew Garden Restaurant is the perfect place to sample signature dishes from Singapore, such as Hakka Yong Tau Foo. With its unpretentious and simple interiors, Kew Garden Restaurant is known for being one of the few Hakka restaurants remaining is Singapore. With its home-cooked type of Hakka food paired with its wallet-friendly prices, Kew Garden Restaurant is a great place to dine in for a casual night.
Kha
Kha
38 Martin Road S239059
Kha is the first of the exciting trio of dining venues to open at Martin No. 38, a location that has been revamped in the recent years to emerge as one of the hot spots in Singapore. Armed with an array of charming boutiques and cafes, Martin No. 38 was inspired by the industrial warehouse lofts in New York and London. Indulge in modern interpretations of uniquely-presented classic Thai cuisine within chic, sensuous and slightly theatrical surroundings. Diners can also enjoy sensational cockt
Khmer Delight Cambodian Restaurant
Khmer Delight Cambodian Restaurant
922 East Coast Road S459114
The One and Only Cambodian Restaurant In Singapore Khmer Delight aims to serve authentic and contemporary Cambodian cuisine to our customers. At the same time, it also aims to promote Cambodian culture and add an additional highlight to the tourism in Singapore. A small and cosy restaurant, with touches of Cambodian feel, families can dine in feeling right at home. Cambodian Cuisine Cambodian food is closely related to the cuisines of neighboring Thailand and Laos and, to a lesser extent
Kim Choo's Kitchen
Kim Choo's Kitchen
109 East Coast Road S428800
What used to be a small Nonya rice dumpling stall in the 1940s has become an established Peranakan restaurant. Upholding the Peranakan tradition and her mother-in-law Madam Lee Kim Choo's famous recipe, Helen Lim serves home-cooked Nonya favorites, including Beef Rendang, Ayam Goreng (fried chicken), Babi Pongteh (braised pork), cabbage rolls, and of course, the restaurant's famous Bak Zhang (Nonya rice dumplings). Sticking true to its heritage, Kim Choo's Kitchen is decorated with many authe
Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant
Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant
405 Havelock Road, 3F Furama Riverfront Singapore S169633
Established since 1985, relish the best in Halal Indonesian cuisine over a delectable buffet spread as well as a savoury a la carte menu at Kintamani Indonesian Restaurant. The chefs turn up the heat and present diverse offerings with traditional Indonesian fare from Chef I Gusti Nyoman Kaler, as well as a modern update with fusion Indonesian cuisine from Chef Noldy Herling Bawiling.
KU DÉ TA
KU DÉ TA
KU DÉ TA, 1 Bayfront Ave Marina Bay Sands SkyPark S018971
Hailed internationally as the leading lifestyle destination in Asia, KU DÉ TA debuts in Singapore's most exciting high-altitude venue, the Sands SkyPark. It's predecessor in Bali has been voted as one of the top ten global hotspots by The New York Times, and a bigger and much anticipated platform has been set up for its latest addition in Marina Bay Sands. It features a restaurant with an al fresco dining area, a Sky Bar, a Club Lounge, and a Poolside Terrace offering guests a chance to sample
Kunio Tokuoka
Kunio Tokuoka
26 Sentosa Gateway #02-139, Crockfords Tower S98139
This four Michelin-star Japanese restaurant features traditional haute Kaiseki cuisine, which has been integral to the Japanese Tea Ceremony from as early as the 16th century. Located at Crockfords Tower at Resorts World Sentosa, the theme of the restaurant follows 'Rimpa', a Japanese concept based on tradition and innovation. Using the finest ingredients from Japan and around the world, and infusing it with modern and traditional Japanese cooking techniques, be charmed by Kunio Tokuoka's arti
Kushigin Japanese Restaurant
Kushigin Japanese Restaurant
5 Koek Road #01-01/02 S228796
Another yakitori house in Cuppage Plaza, and a popular hangout for Japanese businessmen and expatriates, Kushigin manages to whip up an impressive 40 different types of yakitori on the menu. With its laid-back ambience, the restaurant specialises in home-cook Japanese cuisine including dishes such as kaki maki (plump Japanese oysters wrapped with pork belly) and the tomato cheese yaki (a Japanese take on the Italian lasagna).