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European
Orchard Road
9 reviews
Proprietor and culinary star Ignatius Chan proves that great food needs only the simplest backdrop to generate global buzz. — Condé Nast Traveler
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French
Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah
7 reviews
In this city obsessed with all things new, the timelessly elegant Les Amis, founded in 1994, has retained its lofty position as a Singapore French fine dining institution. — Gayot
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Asian
Chinatown & the CBD
7 reviews
The standard belief is that Peranakan cooking is reserved for home-cooked meals and, therefore, restaurants are not as plentiful -- and where they do exist, they are very informal. — Frommer's
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Asian
Colonial District & the Quays
7 reviews
There are many places in Singapore to get good southern Indian banana leaf, but none quite so unique as Samy's, out on Dempsey Road. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
Central Area/City Area
4 reviews
Popular with locals and expats alike, this trusty Italian restaurant in the funky old Tanjong Pagar neighborhood never disappoints. — Frommer's
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Asian
Sentosa Island
3 reviews
Originally founded in Taiwan, Din Tai Fung is a casual Chinese restaurant serving traditional dim sum, rice, and noodle dishes. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Marina Bay
4 reviews
Do not come to Singapore and miss a visit to Spago. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Seafood
Marine Parade
3 reviews
Cracking into a chili or a black-pepper crab is one of those signature Singapore dining experiences, and there may not be any place that does it better than Long Beach. — Fodor's
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European
Marina Bay
6 reviews
Belgian chef-owner Emmanuel Stroobant whips up what is widely regarded as some of the best foie gras dishes in this smart, award-winning modern French restaurant. — Insight Guides
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French
City Hall
4 reviews
It's all about the details in this fine-dining establishment helmed by chef-owner Sam Aisbett. — Lonely Planet
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Asian
Orchard Road
4 reviews
A favorite first stop for newly arrived visitors to Singapore, this seemingly endless buffet runs the global gamut. — Gayot
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Asian
Downtown Core
5 reviews
Confit of lobster in a rich stock, garnished with mushrooms and string beans, is hearty but delicately flavored. Even the humble homemade tofu, served with spinach, is wonderfully light and pillowy. — Concierge
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Asian
Little India & Kampong Glam
3 reviews
This casual, cafeteria-style Indian restaurant is one of the best (and busiest) of its kind in Little India. — Fodor's
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Cafe
Tiong Bahru
4 reviews
Make sure to include Forty Hands on your cafe hopping trail. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian
Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah
4 reviews
This al fresco cafe set in the island’s most central and bucolic green space starts every morning with comforting breakfasts like corn beef hash. — Gayot
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Cafe
Eastern Singapore
4 reviews
It's very expensive, usually busy, and the service is notoriously rude, but as much as you're itching to criticise it, the food is fantastic. — Lonely Planet
7
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European
Marina Bay
5 reviews
Heirloom beetroots from Italy emerge as an artsy tumble of gels, ice cream and meringues, alongside stracciatella and a smudge of floral-tinged honeycomb harvested in Cameron Highlands. — Time Out
7
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Colonial District & the Quays
4 reviews
With slick stonework and glass, mood lighting and luxury finishings, this does not feel like your typical Indian restaurant. — Time Out
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Asian
Chinatown & the CBD
4 reviews
A Chinese herbalist at this cavernous dining hall is sure to have a remedy or two in mind; in fact, more than 100 dishes with specific therapeutic goals have been created here. — Fodor's
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Japanese
Orchard Rd, Holland Road & Bukit Timah
3 reviews
There's something for everyone at Grand Hyatt Singapore's stylish 400-seat restaurant, which offers nine different "kitchens" serving everything from Thai and Chinese steamboat cuisines. — Fodor's
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