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Singapore restaurants

Singapore is better known for its convergence of cultures than for its own culture, and its dining scene reflects that. While many of the city's restaurants draw on the cooking of its three main population groups—Chinese, Malay, and Indian—there are also numerous eateries serving sophisticated international cuisine. If Singapore does have a distinctive culinary tradition, though, it's noodles, especially laksa, a dish of velvety white rice noodles in curried coconut gravy, usually served with baby shrimp, fried egg, and chicken. Locals tend not to be fussy about mealtimes: Over the weekend, brunch flows seamlessly into early dinner. Dining prices here can be expensive; a high-end dinner will cost about the same here as it would in a major American city like Los Angeles.

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Power brokers seal lunchtime deals in this light-filled, white-on-white dining room just off the Fullerton Hotel lobby. In the evenings, there's a more relaxed...more

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Les Amis, Singapore

Les Amis, sister restaurant to Au Jardin and Casa Verde, is the culinary embodiment of high-society Singapore. It's lavish but elegant, has the right...more

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Mag's Wine Kitchen

Though set up like a bar—one raised woodblock communal table extends the length of the room—food is hardly an afterthought at this wine and cigar...more

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Osteria Mozza

Admirer Luke Mangan admits, "I'm a big fan of anything Mario Batali does"—and he's particularly enthralled by Batali's Singapore export. As at the Los...more

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Rang Mahal

As authentic as any place in Little India, this restaurant in the waterfront Pan Pacific Hotel is also posh enough for a special occasion. The dining room is...more

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Salt Grill

Singapore's food hawkers have long been the source of many a blogger obsession, but a recent blitz of celebrity chef-helmed restaurants has put the tiny nation...more

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Can't stand the thought of braving crowds and brutal heat to sample Singapore's famous food stalls? Street-food style has taken up residence indoors at the...more

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Tiffin Club

This whitewashed traditional Chinatown shophouse, nestled between incense-filled Buddhist temples and Singapore's seedier hotels, has such a lengthy and...more

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Ya Kun Kaya Toast

Since 1944, this chain of air-conditioned kopitiams, Singapore's answer to coffee shops, has been a breakfast and lunch favorite among those not counting...more

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