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Make your way to Takashimaya department store's basement level 2 and enter Japanese snack food heaven. Ditch the food court fare (on the left) and wander the aisles to fill your tummies - you can, with the free samples alone. Although a few Parisian bakeries, a Korean snack shop and even a Harrods store vie for your attention, the winning eats here are the Japanese snacks. We tell you what to eat and what to buy.
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Yakitori skewers from Tori Q | While the chicken ($1.20 per stick) and pork ($1.10 per stick) are the most popular, we like the glazed quail eggs on a stick ($1.20). Eat in moderation.
From Tim Ho Wan's Baked Buns with BBQ Pork to Dian Xiao Er's Roast Duck with 10 Wonder Herbs and Hanare Japanese Cafe's Bara Chirashi here are the iconic dishes that have put these restaurants on Singapore's food map
What used to be a red-light district in the 1960s is now home to an eclectic mix of local and international flavours. From stir-fried Chinese food to tapas, kopi-o to handcrafted cocktails, head on to this Chinatown street
Desserts in Singapore have taken a sophisticated turn. Delicate, picture-perfect creations combining unusual flavours and techniques; they're a feast for the eyes, a sweet fix and an instant Instagram hit. Get your sugar fix on at these sweet spots