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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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Tambuah Mas
Tambuah Mas
290 Orchard Road, #B1-44 The Paragon S238859
Founded in 1981, Tambuah Mas is Singapore's oldest Indonesian restaurant serving home-style dishes from Padang, Sulawesi and Java. Its featured recipes have been handed over from generation to generation consist of a distinctive blend of spices made from the freshest ingredients. Some of its signature dishes include Tahu Telor (deep-fried beancurd), Kepala Ikan Istimewa (fish head curry), Rendang Lembu (braised beef), Ikan Pepes (grilled fish), Ayam Goreng Istemewa (fried chicken), Es Cendol Kac
Tatsuya
Tatsuya
22 Scotts Road, Goodwood Park Hotel S228221
If sashimi is your thing, then Tatsuya is definitely one of the best places to go for it. Seat on any of the 23-seat sushi bar and be dazzled as chefs skillfully whip out your cravings for toro tataki or lightly seared tuna belly, one of Tatsuya's must-try item alongside many other Chef Ronnie Chia's creations. Seasonal offerings are also available in the menu which are changed once a fortnight.
ThaiPan (Mandarin Gardens)
ThaiPan (Mandarin Gardens)
13 Siglap Road Mandarin Gardens S448907
The best restaurant need not be a posh and expensive joint. At the legendary ThaiPan restaurant, patrons can save the hassle of dressing up and satisfy those hunger spots in a jiffy. Try their signature dishes on the menu to avoid disappointment.
The Banana Leaf Apolo
The Banana Leaf Apolo
48 Serangoon Road, #01-32 Little India Arcade S217959
With the opening of the new Banana Leaf Apolo last January 2006, the Little India Arcade suddenly found itself on every serious food-lovers map. The branch of the famous Banana Leaf Apolo boasts of having a wider selection of courses sampling from both North and South Indian dishes. A hit since its opening, the Banana Leaf Apolo at the Arcade has been frequented by ministers, local and international celebrities, executives and people who simply want to enjoy a tasty meal, with an authentic India
The Chocolate Bar
The Chocolate Bar
10 Bayfront Ave, Level 57 Sands SkyPark, Tower 2 Marina Bay Sands Hotel
Marina Bay Sands houses Singapore’s first Chocolate Bar. For $38 per person, patrons can experience this full-blown chocolate buffet which serves up 57 hand-crafted chocolate-themed items created by executive pastry chef Alejandro Luna and his team.
The Cliff
The Cliff
The Sentosa Resort & Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Rd S99891
Set in stunning interiors with commanding views of the South China Sea, The Cliff, an award-winning restaurant, features a show kitchen, cascading water features and a split-level platform built over lush jungle. Meticulously created by renowned Japanese designer, Yasuhiro Koichi, The Cliff’s interiors combine the powerful touches of glass, light, stone and water. Opened in 2003, The Cliff continues to enjoy its status as one of the best fine-dining restaurants in Singapore and on Sentosa Isla
The Club At Marina Bay Sands
The Club At Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue, S018956
The Marina Bay Sands Club provides the perfect retreat at any point of the day,  serving light meals for most of the day from healthy breakfast options to fine pastries in the afternoon and light evening snacks and cocktails at the wine bar by night. The Club is only available to Suite & Marina Bay Club room guests during the daytime and early evening, but is open to all in the late evening. On weekend nights, The Club features wine degustations, as well as signature dish samplers from
The Lighthouse
The Lighthouse
1 Fullerton Square, Level 8 Fullerton Hotel Singapore S49178
Perched on the apex of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, The Lighthouse is a chic and trendy Italian restaurant which boasts of a with stunning view of the waterfront and a warm interior. Choose from the winning wagyu beef carpaccio, tagliolini with truffles, risotto with foie gras or grilled pork cheek, all of which will delight your tastebuds and leave you wanting more. To end off the dining experience, sink your teeth into the limoncello, a dessert made by Chef Martinelli himself which consists
The Mango Tree Indian Coastal Restaurant
The Mango Tree Indian Coastal Restaurant
1000 East Coast Parkway, B23 Marine Cove S449876
Tucked in a cosy corner of East Coast Park, The Mango Tree is ideal for a chilled-out, intimate-dining experience. From the ancient wooden latch-door at the entrance to the oak walls lined with antique standing Indian pillars and marble inlays, this small restaurant evokes pure charm of the Indian tradition. Mango Tree stands out from its Indian cousins as seafood dominates its menu. The range of selection may be intimidating, but you may start the seafood galore off with their Meen Polichatu
The Nautilus Project
The Nautilus Project
2 Orchard Turn, #04-09 ION Orchard S0
Located at the top of one of Orchard Road's latest shopping mall, the Nautilus Project serves the freshest seafood offerings in town. Feast to a sumptuous array of seafood dishes which are sure to please your tastebuds, and if you're in the mood for their specialty dishes, try the raw oysters served with crushed ice and ponzu sauce or the seafood plate off the icebar menu. Alternatively, choose from a range of Mediterranean, Carnivore and Oceanic platters from their extensive menu.
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