offers residents and travellers every type of restaurant and food
imagineable. From hawker centres that sell very good cheap food to some
of the best restaurants in Asia.
people travelling to Asia for the first time are sometimes concerned
about eating on the street or at hawker centres, but you need not be.
Even in neighboring countries such as Thailand etc it is generally very
safe to eat on the street, mainly because street vendors tend not to
freeze, refreeze etc they know exactly what they can expect to sell in
one day and plan for that with the freshest ingredients. In Singapore
the government take this to another extreme and insist on cleanliness,
they have very strict hygiene laws and if the hawker is not respecting
them they will be rapidly closed down and fined.
we will give you a guide to some of the best restaurants and hawker
centres in Singapore to give you an idea of where to go when you are
there. So you know, most hawker centres will have pictures of the food
they serve so it can be a great place to experiment. The more modern
'food courts' will also normally have people that speak some English,
which will also help you making a decision. Hawker centres and 'food
courts' tend to be very good value and could be described as an Asian
fast food joint but with only fresh produce that is actually good for
you! We will be adding to the list of restaurants all the time so do
bookmark this page and keep checking back.
Circus - Hakwer Centre
- Perhaps the most famous of all the hawker centres and especially
popular with late night revelers. As with all hawker centres there are
many different stalls to choose from offering a wide variety of food.
This hawker centre is one of the oldest and is open air so it can be a
little sticky if you prefer the comfort of air conditioning.
City - Hawker Centre
- Granted these new and very popular air conditioned varieties of hawker
centres should probably be better described as Food Courts but for our
purpose we stick with hawker centre as they run on the same concept with
the difference being that they are in luxurious shopping malls and are
fully air conditioned. This one at Raffles City is excellent and a great
way of experiencing a hawker centre in complete luxury.
Hotel - Afternoon Tea - Tiffin Room
- Not so much a restaurant but a memorable experience all the same and
something which should not be missed. If you enjoy history, elegance, or
just afternoon high tea, then the Afternoon High Tea at The infamous
Raffles Hotel is a must. The hotel offers two varieties, one in the
Tiffin room, which is the one we recommend and another in the billiards
room. There is a very strict dress code so do dress appropriately to
avoid disappointment and reservations are strongly recommended. The
Afternoon High Tea consists of teas, coffees, and a buffet line up of a
good selection of hot and cold food.
- Another must in Singapore this converted convent area is magnificent,
especially at night and something you should not miss when in Singapore.
It houses a whole variety of restaurants including Japanese, American -
Tex-Mex, French, International, Chinese and the list goes on. Some
restaurants here are open air allowing you to dine in these beautiful
surroundings in the heart of Singapore under the stars. More on
the individual restaurants to come.
Quay and Clarke Quay
- Every seen the famous pictures of the Singapore skyline with the tall
skyscrapers and the small shophouses by the river ? Well those small
shophouses make up Boat Quay and a bit further along is Clarke Quay.
Both are pretty much the same although Boat Quay does house more bars.
Both though offer riverside dining with indian, Thai, Chinese,
International food etc available. Another must.
Feel like staying in the hotel with a bottle of wine and pizza? Rockies
pizza which has two outlets in Singapore will deliver to most hotels and
their pizzas are truly excellent!! Call 64689188 for
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