Places for Foodies in Singapore

Travelling a place will not be complete without tasting the delicacy or the pride of the place you are travelling in. In Singapore, one’s taste buds will not be disappointed as there are a lot of restaurants and places that offer assortment of good food. Singapore is truly a haven for foodies. This place is a one-stop-shop city for restaurants all over the world.

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Have a taste of Asian cuisine by tasting some of Asia’s famous delicacies such as Unadons and Orh Nee. Unadons is a delicacy famous in Japan but can easily be found in Singapore especially in Mikuni, Shin Kushiya, Keyaki, Ikoi Japanese Restaurant and Nadaman. Most of the chefs in these restaurants are really from Japanese descent. Malaysian cuisine especially the Orn Hee can be tasted in Tien Garden, Swa Garden Teochew Restaurant, Chao San Cuisine Liang Kee and Teow Chew Meng.

Chicken dishes such as the famous Buffalo wings, roasted chicken and chicken pies are served in different styles and flavour in restaurants here. The best chicken pies are baked and served in Swiss Link, Cottage Pies Cafe, The Gourmet Pie Company and The Pie Kia Shop. Buffalo wings are marinated to their great taste and cooked perfectly in restaurants like Wings World, Buckaroo BBQ & Grill, Brewekrz, Spathe Public House, Sunset Grill & Pub and Bobby’s Bistro. Chickens roasted to perfection can be ordered in DB Bistro, Bank Bar and Bistro, Toots Brasserie, Cocotte and Level 33. Their roasted chicken is best paired with salad, mashed potatoes or side dish cooked in butter.


French bread, Italian Bread, Singaporean Bread, bread from China and all other types of bread there is can be bought fresh from the oven and still hot in Singapore. Artisan Boulangerie Co., Maison Kaiser, TIong Bahru Bakery, Paris Baguette Cafe and The Bread Project boast their incomparable croissant. Croissant and bread enthusiasts must not leave Singapore without visiting one of these bakeries.

As a cherry on top, have a stop at The White Rabbit, Laurent Bernard Chocolatier, Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, Le Bistrot Du Sommelier and Cut by Wolrfgang Puck to grab some luscious soufflés for dessert.



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