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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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Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant
Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant
76 Bras Basah Road, 2F Carlton Hotel S189558
Dim sum junkies will fall in love with Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant. It's an old brand name that has been around for decades, attracting a loyal following who come for its speciality dim sum and Peking duck, and its large assortment of a la carte dishes on the menu. Brightly lit, and always lively, this grand restaurant is always crowded, so it's probably a good idea to make reservations to avoid disappointed.
Waku Ghin
Waku Ghin
10 Bayfront Avenue, #L2-02, Casino Level 2 Marina Bay Sands S18956
Waku Ghin is a first-rate restaurant that features a sake bar and caviar lounge, as well as an impressive, arcing display of the 3,000-bottle wine collection. A choice of intimate, private dining rooms, afford small parties the privilege of watching skilled chefs prepare food in front of them on steel cooking plates. Waku Ghin's drawing room is the ideal place to relax with after-dinner drinks, while soaking in the sensational floor-to-ceiling view of the Singapore skyline.
Waraku Japanese Restaurant (The Central)
Waraku Japanese Restaurant (The Central)
6 Eu Tong Sen Street #03-89/97/98 The Central @ Clarke Quay S59817
Waraku in the Japanese language connotes “Peace and Harmony” and it aspires to provide each and every customer with a memorable dining experience that delivers excellent cuisine, impeccable service and beautiful ambience; all at a reasonable price. Waraku Japanese Restaurant has been bringing authentic Japanese cuisine from Kyoto prefecture in Japan to a loyal and growing following of Japanese expatriates and locals alike. Waraku Japanese Restaurant appeals to both businessmen and familie
Warung M. Nasir
Warung M. Nasir
69 Killiney Rd S239526
Warung M. Nasir is a cosy little eatery surrounded by cafes and restaurants all around. The variety in nasi padang dishes speaks for itself. Named after its founder, the evergreen Malaysian singer, M. Nasir, this restaurant is particularly noteworthy for its Nasi Padang. From spicy sayur lodeh (vegetable soup) and the popular beef rendang to Oxtail soup, every special home-cooked recipe can be found here, along with a generous portion of steamed rice.
Westlake
Westlake
4 Queen's Road S260004
Traditional Chinese delicacy haunt for food lovers. Serves a huge variety of food from dim sum to traditional Chinese dishes, crabs, and other types of seafood to choose from. Come visit Westlake and let our truly authentic flavours of the orient take you to a paradise of luxurious fine Asian dining set in the heart of Singapore.