Dining

With its rich multicultural heritage, Singapore serves up a true melting pot of flavours and foods. You can see a reflection of the nation's cultural diversity in the array of local specialities. 

There is also a wide range of international cuisines – from Thai, Korean, Vietnamese to Mongolian food. Whatever you’re in the mood for, you’ll find it all in this little red dot.


Annalakshmi

Annalakshmi

Eat as you like and pay as you feel here at Annalakshmi, One of the rare restaurant business models that allow you to pay whatever amount you view as reasonable, Annalakshmi sure has raised the bar for innovative contributions to charity.

With a wide variety of Indian vegetarian dishes in its buffet spread, this unpretentious restaurant puts great thought into its food, besides giving back to the society.

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Chinatown Food Street

Chinatown

Chinatown Food Street celebrates the assembly of speciality dishes from main Chinese dialects and the different races in Singapore, all under one roof. Located on Smith Street in the heart of Chinatown, it seeks to create the most authentic Singapore dining experience for locals and tourists alike.

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Lau Pa Sat

Lau Pa Sat

The itinerant hawkers plying push-carts of yesteryear were once a common sight at the Lau Pa Sat Festival Market, but they’ve long been replaced with a permanent food centre offering a choice of breezy, alfresco dining, or clean, air-conditioned space. 

The signature chilli crab and steamed cockles with a spicy dark sauce rarely fails to impress, while other local favourites such as fried hokkien mee, laksa and chicken rice are still highly sought-after, even after so many years. 

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Makansutra Glutton’s Bay

Glutton's bay

Surrounded by retro-inspired push-carts and offering a spectacular view of the Marina Bay skyline, this open-air, moon-lit food centre is a hotspot for visitors and the sleepless in Singapore. 

Take your pick from a wide range of famous local treats such as fried carrot cake, oyster omelette, chilli crab and roti jala (lacy pancakes served with delicious curry), or try the more unusual roti kaya fondue.

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