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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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Madura's Restaurant
Madura's Restaurant
115 Syed Alwi Road, Little India S207683
Located in the 24-hour Mustafa Shopping Mall, Madura offers awesome briyani, tandoori kebabs and a long list of curries. Good food at inexpensive prices more than make up for the occasionally brusque service. Madura's also provides a party hall venue for functions and outdoor catering services.
Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant
Majestic Bay Seafood Restaurant
18 Marina Gardens Drive,Flower Dome, #01-10 S018953
Seafood lovers will definitely take to this restaurant, which is located below the Flower Dome at Gardens By The Bay. This 120 seater looks startlingly like Pollen, and it's no wonder as restauranteur Loh Lik Peng is behind  this venture as well. Dine here for a stylized version of Peking Duck and Kopi Crab. Dim Sum is also served during lunchtime, and recommended dishes include the homemade tofu with pork floss.
Majestic Restaurant
Majestic Restaurant
Ground Floor, 31-37 Bukit Pasoh Road S89845
The cuisine is modern Cantonese served on individual plating. Chef’s specialties at the Majestic restaurant include signature dishes such as the combination platter of crispy wasabi prawns and peking duck served with pan fried spiced foie gras, braised live lobster in a creamy milk and lime sauce, grilled rack of lamb in Chinese honey accompanied with pan fried carrot cake, and the oven baked sea-perch in a fine Champagne sauce. The Majestic will serve all dishes on its extensive collection
Mezza9
Mezza9
Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road S228211
Unique to Grand Hyatt Singapore, mezza9 offers a multitude of culinary delights capable of satisfying diverse taste buds all at the same time. This is a lifestyle restaurant that provides nine different dining concepts available in one single venue. Mezza9's award-winning martini bar serves up the largest selection of martinis in Singapore and offers a wide variety of grilled, roasted and baked food items, including desserts for takeaway, customised cakes for all occasions and exciting merchandi
Moi Lum Restaurant
Moi Lum Restaurant
38 Maxwell Road, Airview Building S069116
Moi Lum Restaurant was founded in the 1920s by founder Mr Khong Yu Lum. The restaurant has been selling their legendary Crispy Fried Chicken 梅林烧鸡 and Golden Coin Beancurd 金钱豆腐 for the past 80 years. The restaurant started out by renting a shop space in a little coffee shop eatery selling and producing wanton noodles along Tanjong Pagar Road. When the coffee shop owners, Cheong Hou Coffee Shop, offered to sell the premises to Mr Khong Yu Lum, Mr Khong seized the opportunity as a y
Muthu's Curry
Muthu's Curry
Various Locations, including 138 Race Course Road, #01-01 S218591
Established in 1969, this small humble eatery was the first to introduce fish-head curry to Singapore. The recently refurbished Muthu's Curry features an open-concept kitchen and tandoor ovens used to prepare its authentic South Indian dishes.
My Humble House
My Humble House
8 Raffles Avenue, Esplanade Mall, #02-27 S39802
My Humble House is a culinary contradiction, in that its name in no way reflects the quality of food served (or prices, for that matter). With its dark hues, muted lighting and chic furniture, this elegant venue, which comes replete with towering tables and chairs, evokes grandeur and elegance rather than a homely setting. Fusing modern influences with Chinese cuisine, some of the all-time favourites include tiger prawns with citrus cream on grape salsa, shark's fin in abalone with hot and sour