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When it comes to cuisine, Singapore is a giant melting pot, serving up favorites, be they American, Chinese, Indian, or Thai, from around the globe. While you’re here, be sure to try Nyonya cuisine, a blend of Chinese, Malay, Portuguese, Dutch, British, Thai, and Indonesian flavors. Dining options are available twenty-four-hours a day in this fast-paced city.

Top Restaurants in Singapore

Au Jardin

Inside the Botanical Gardens, this '20s plantation house gives new meaning to tropical garden dining. Enjoy French haute cuisine and solid wines for dinner. The Sunday Provencal brunch is superb.

The Botanical Gardens, EJH Corner House; Cluny Rd., 011-65-6466-8812,
Tags: expensive | editor pick | french

Chilli Padi

The Katong area is known for restaurants specializing in Nyonya cuisine (Chinese and Malay dishes fused with Portuguese, Dutch, British, Thai, and Indonesian flavors). Try these tangy, piquant specialties at Chilli Padi.

#06 -27 Bedok north Street 5,, 011-65-6275-1000,
Tags: moderate | global fusion

Dempsey House

The ex-Singapore Army base is now a one-stop hangout for young professionals seeking lunch, tipple, and massage. The Barracks café offers soups, sandwiches, and desserts; the House wellness center promises relaxation with spa rooms and Jacuzzis.

8D Dempsey Rd., 011-65-6476-6050,
Tags: moderate | trendy

Equinox Restaurant

Perched on the 70th floor of Swissotel The Stamford Hotel, the Equinox offers stunning 360-degree city views via its 3-story windows. The food – a mix of Western and Asian options – isn't bad either.

2 Stamford Rd., 011-65-6837-3322,
Tags: expensive | smart splurge | views

Hai Tien Lo Restaurant

Head to the Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore for award-winning Cantonese cuisine and commanding views of the night skyline. Try its signature dish, deep fried prawns with wasabi mayo.

7 Raffles Blvd., 011-65-6826-8240,
Tags: expensive | editor pick | views | chinese

Muthu's Curry

Serves tasty, affordable curries in mod surroundings.

138 Race Course Rd., 011-65-6392-1722,
Tags: budget

Newton Circus Hawker Centre

Singapore's reputation as a melting pot of cultures is evident at the popular Newton Circus Hawker Centre, where various types of cuisine – rice, noodles, curries, meats – are served out of food stalls.

Scotts Rd.,
Tags: family | budget

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