Homerun Nievera, Foodfinds Asia | Singapore is known for having an atmosphere like no other and the food can bring people together. From the national dish to one of the most recognized names in cuisine worldwide, you can’t go wrong with Singapore restaurants. Here are the top five restaurants that you just have to try during your trip. Make sure to book a hotel near the restaurants that interest you the most. You might find that one visit just isn’t enough.
Tian Tian Chicken Rice
1 Kadayanallur St
Maxwell Food Center
When visiting Singapore, even if you are there just one day, you have to stop to enjoy the national dish of Singapore, chicken rice. One of the most famous places to enjoy both the food stall atmosphere and this popular dish is Tian Tian Chicken Rice. This hawker food stall, specializing in chicken rice, is a favorite of both tourists and locals.
Sungei Road Laksa
27 Jalan Berseh
#01-100, Jin Shui Kopitiam
Another food staple in Singapore is Laksa, made of rice noodles and curry. Sungei Road Laksa’s claim to fame is their recipe was given to them by a customer who then disappeared. The lines can be long at times. However, since they only serve one dish, that line moves along at a quick pace, so don’t shy away and miss out on an opportunity to try one of the best Laksa restaurants in Singapore.
10 Dempsey Road
If you’d like to eat a bit more formally, Blu Kouzina offers some of the best Greek food in Singapore. Dolmades, a traditional dish of stuffed vine leaves, is one of their most popular dishes and not to be missed. However, if you are in the mood for lamb, your mouth will water. This reasonably priced restaurant will give you a sense of the multicultural atmosphere Singapore is known for.
15 Duxton Hill
Sometimes you feel like having a drink more than a bite to eat. If you’d like to have the option of both, Lucho Loco is the place for you with the air of a Mexican bar, serving both drinks and food. Try their tacos and enjoy a drink, and you will realize why this place was so important when establishing the foodie scene in this neighborhood.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
1 Cluny Road
The Halia, a restaurant located in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, stands out because it incorporates ginger in many unique ways into nearly every dish. For example, the halibut fillet is served in a broth infused with ginger. This garden is not to be missed, but the food might just make you come back for more.
It’s not hard to see why those who love food also love Singapore. You can visit several countries at once just by walking down the street and popping into the restaurants that line it. You can visit food stalls for some of the best food and then dine in luxury at world-renowned establishments.