It's in Quarke Quay and offers exquisite Thai food. There are rice dishes, entrees, desserts ... If you like Thai food, the place is highly recommendable. It also has the typical terrace overlooking the city, so you are assured a rather interesting time. It came out to about 20 euros, which is not cheap, but it is normal in that area.
One of the most popular restaurants in Singapore. It has American food and surely the reason for it´s success is the attire (or lack thereof) of the waitresses. This is probably great for tourists but the truth is that they serve excellent American food. It is a bit expensive though and you´ll easily spend 20 EUR:
Right next to Quarke Quay and just in the financial business area, is one of the most typical areas of Singapore to have dinner because the views are really cool and it is the most popular place to eat shellfish. It is true, though, that it is a little overwhelming. It's like the typical beach site (although it is not) that everyone wants you to sit down in their establishment and you have a ton of places to choose from, with photos of their dishes.
This is the perfect place to dine and experience the beauty of Singapore. It is a place where each experience sticks with you a little bit. There's a food court in almost every place, but with typical food. Very interesting. Yes, they can be a little annoying if you're the kind of person ve wants to sit in place and eat in peace. I recommend you go up top and sit on the wooden kegs that are there. It's more comfortable and you'll be closer to the best vantage points. Be sure to try the test Raya Sates, a spectacular fish.
This is a place you must stop by if you feel like going out at night for a little while. Run by Jose, a Spanish person from Santander, the place has everything to visit: a restaurant, a screening room on the middle floor and above, a terrace offering views of Singapore that are priceless. This is an ideal place for a drink and also where you can always find more than one Spanish person ve goes there.
As an place made for tourists, there are plenty of places to eat something in Singapore. The most fun part is one in which there is a common area and plenty of food stalls that are typical of the largest ethnic groups in Singapore: Chinese, Malay, Thai ... I came across the Indian one and the truth is that the food was excellent, and came out to be around 10 euros, which is not bad at all for a good meal.
A very nice, simple and comfortable spot, in an area by the river with plenty of restaurants. They brought some delicious bread with a few different sauces out to start. The waiters are very friendly, and we were well looked after. We ordered two pizzas to share between four people. They aren't as large as what we're used to in Brazil, so if you're really hungry, you might even order one just for yourself. But the chef/owner is from an Italian family, so he knows what he's doing. The pizzas cost roughly SG $20, and are excellent quality. Plus, they offer pasta, meat, fish ... something for everyone.
This is another one of the big food centers that are in Singapore. It strikes me as being like Lau Pasat, but it's atmosphere is genuine. There are places open 24 hours a day. It's situated in Chinatown, on the outskirts that separate CBD, and you can enjoy one of the best cane sugar juices in the city.
A friend who worked with me recommended this as a good place to have a drink, and I'm glad that we did. It's in the CBD, surrounded by skyscrapers. There's a dress code - no shorts, no sandals - I went with polo, jeans and smart trainers on a Thursday, but at the weekend you'll need dressier shoes. Admission was $ 50 SNG (about 32 €). You go up the elevator to the floor 72 and start to hear the music. It's a spectacular place with beautiful views all around. Highly recommended!
Located at Clarke Quay, this is one of the best known places to try the crab with Chile, a restaurant specialty, the shell of a Tiger crisper and it is along the Singapore River. It is most definitely a special place