We are super fortunate to have a guest post from Ekaterina, who shares with us the 10 best and most unique restaurants in Singapore.
Singapore is a famous country for not only a variety of tourist attractions but also delicious cuisines. This country has an elite restaurant system that combines world-famous ingredients, recipes, and settings. This article is going to introduce to you the top 10 most excellent restaurants in Singapore for visitors to enjoy during their time in the city, whether it is a day, weekend, or week in Singapore.
Unique Restaurants – Singapore
Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House
This restaurant serves Chinese food made in a remarkable style. One of the most special eating here is chili pomelo crab, which is made from quintessential chili crab from Singapore, light tomato-based gravy, and pomelo pulp. Others Chinese dishes such as Chinese spinach with preferred stock and chicken duck eggs, braised XO mee pok with king prawns, and so on are also available. Foods from Blue Lotus Chinese Eating House seem to be simple but very delicious.
Address: 31 Ocean Way #01-13 Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375
Neon Pigeon is famous for its vibrant concept and well-executed Japanese dishes. This is a well-priced and casual dining destination. Apart from cocktails, Neon Pigeon also provides Japanese craft beers, sake, and whiskeys. This restaurant has a well-built menu with cross-cultural cuisines. Here, you can offer snacks, miso soups, seafood, and meat or vegetable dishes. All of them are served in small plates, which remind diners of traditional Japanese culinary culture.
Address: 1 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089109
Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck Restaurant
The central dish of this restaurant is, of course, Peking duck. The first part of this eating appears to be beautiful lacquered thin skin eaten with sugar dipping sauce. Slices of duck breast come next, and the rest is made into a broth or fried with noodles.
Address: 290 Orchard Road The Paragon #05-42/45, Singapore 238859 (Always book in advance)
Open Farm Community
This restaurant has a rustic design with a backyard full of commodities and herbs. Open Farm Community provides diners with strange and creative Indonesian, Chinese, and Vietnamese cuisines. Foods are served on beautiful French plates; all make visitors feel like they are in a multi-national home.
Address: 130E Minden Rd, Singapore 248819
Cibo Italiano Ristorante
It is said to be one of the best Italian restaurants in Singapore. Almost all authentic Italian foods are served in this restaurant. The most famous dish of Cibo Italiano Ristorante is Ravioli Aragosta & Granchino – a kind of pasta made with Italian crab and lobster, tomato, olive oil, and garlic. If you love Italian cuisine, do not miss this destination.
With a vast selection of wine, this is a great restaurant choice for your girlie weekends in Singapore.
Address: 428 River Valley Rd, Singapore 248327
New Ubin Seafood
Singapore food is amazing and this restaurant’s menu seems to reflect the taste of Singaporean in modern times. This food stall is famous for eating such as chili crab, “Heart Attack Fried Rice,” U.S. Black Angus rib-eye steaks, and so on.
Address: 63 Hillview Ave, Level 6 Canteen, Singapore 669569
Penang Seafood Restaurant
This food stall is famous for its Malaysian-style Chinese food. Penang Seafood Restaurant’s menu includes wheat noodles which are bathed in a seafood-based stock and clams, garoupa, the fermented pork belly, baby spinach soup, and so on. All of them are promised to please all diners, even the particular ones.
Address: 32 Aljunied Road, Singapore, 389817
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