This remote halal restaurant leads to beautiful sunset views from a jetty. Pick from hearty local fare like satay (barbecued meat skewers), chilli crab, mee goreng (fried noodles with seafood) and barbecued stingray.
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Overlooking Changi Beach, Meyer House occupies a colonial bungalow built in 1927. Inside, the decor recalls the1930s with an elegant bar and dark wood panelling. Enjoy generous portions of pizzas, pastas and burgers.
Housed in the former quarters of the fire chief of the Hill Street fire station, the black-and-white colonial mansion that holds this restaurant is obscured from view by lush greenery. Fine-dining Japanese-French fusion is the star here, with a focus on seasonal ingredients. You can also enjoy the multi-course sampling menu, or wine-pairing.
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Kick back in this unpretentious eatery tucked inside a quaint wooden shophouse on the outskirts of Little India. As its name suggests, Morsels dishes up small plates of fusion fare. Highlights here are the Hokkaido scallop ceviche and Firecracker Duroc pulled-pork shell pasta.
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Traditional and modern Thai cuisine is prepared skillfully here. Housed in a colonial mansion in verdant Labrador Park, this off-the-beaten-track spot makes for a romantic night out.
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The Boiler brings Cajun boiled seafood to the warehouse-filled estate of Tai Seng. Here, you can messily dig into bags of boiled seafood – including seasonal crabs, prawns, mussels and clams – without shame. The Boiler also has a good selection of sides, including crispy fish skin (coated in salted egg yolk).
Offering a hearty, carnivore-friendly menu, this joint by the Kallang river is a great place to get away from the bustle of the city. Seating is outdoors-only, so dress comfortably to enjoy the atmosphere and food. Don’t forget to snap an Instagram shot of the majestic 30kg hog roasting on a spit.
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Ensconced in a quiet residential neighbourhood, Cacio e Pepe serves up rustic Italian fare in a cosy space with cheery yellow walls. Dishes here feature time-honoured pairings like prosciutto ham and melon, while there also sumptuous pizzas, pastas and risotto. Look out for their weekend specials like hearty lamb shank.