Food and Drink
The food in Singapore is fantastic. The country has an annual Food Festival which features local cusine like Haianese chicken rice, laksa, chili crab, satay and much much more. Head to Marina Bay for a 'steam boat' buffet. It is pretty cheap just $10 or $12 and you can feast on a variety of food like crab, prawns, beef, , pork and chicken.
Just pick your food from the counter and cook it in a hot pot of soup - either Tom Yam or Chicken - and you can also grill it on a hot plate. Eat all you can but there is a fine of $5 for food wastage, though it is seldom enforced. Just take the subway to Marina Bay and get out the station and take bus number SBS 400 and ask the bus driver, he will be able to direct you.
Chinatown Food Street
Savour the local delights like satay, seafood and wan ton noodles. The stalls operate in late afternoon till night. The road is beautiful decorated with lights, and prices are reasonable. It is a dining experience you will never forget.
East Coast Park Seafood Centre
Offers numerous seafood restaurants. You can eat beside the beach to enjoy the sea breeze. Most restaurants sell delicious chilli and pepper crabs. Reservations may be needed during weekend or during the holidays.
If you have little time to spare while on your way to Sentosa, just stop by at the hawker centre opposite of Habourfront and try the variety of Muslim food like Nasi Pandang, Mutton soup, and Mee soto.
African Heartbeat Restaurant & Bar
Here is another truly satisfying restaurant where the dress code is casual and the food is fantastic!
21 Science Park Road,
Just as the name suggests, steak is the main attraction of this restaurant. For those meat lovers, the steaks here are cooked to perfection and at a reasonable price as well.
20 Upper Circular Road,
Mama Africa Restaurant and Wine Bar
Relatively expensive but it is a one stop food festival for your taste buds. Ranging from sweet potato to ostrich meat this restaurant has it all.
88 Telok Ayer Street,
Pasta Fresca Da Salvatore
Pasta Fresca has several outlets in Singapore, Malaysia and even China. It is very popular among the locals, but not the place to go for a romantic dinner.
La Smorfia's speciality is Seafood. It is open daily for lunch and dinner and it is quite a fancy restaurant to go to.
If you are the adventurous type and willing to try anything thats different from what you are normally used to then this is the place for you. This cafe serves up some of the most unique and different types of food around. However it is set a little on the expensive side for dishes such as salad!
92 Club Street,
Morton's Steak House
Morton’s Steak House is said to be the best Steakhouse in Singapore. The steaks are very well cooked and the prices are reasonable. They don’t just do steak but also cooks fresh seafood. Morton’s Steak House has a friendly atmosphere.
5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797
The Patissier is the best pastry shop in town and are praised by many. The shop offers a wide range of cakes at a good price. The cakes have been described as pretty and delicious by many.
18 Ann Siang Road, Singapore, Tel: +65 6737 3369
4 Mohd Sultan Road, Singapore, Tel:+65 6220 5565
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