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Are you dying for a taste of Fugu? Now you don't have to fly to Japan to grab a bite of this unique delicacy. Conveniently nestled at the hip of Mohamed Sultan district, FUKU is the first restaurant in Asia outside Japan to serve the poisonous puffer fish served through fish kaiseki-style, or full course traditional set menus.
Sodam Korean Restaurant and Bar is the perfect place to enjoy your favourite Korean foods and drinks. A casual restaurant here at Tras Street that is worth sharing a palate with your family and group of friends.
The Boiler is a Southern American-inspired restaurant that serves up fresh seafood in Cajun style known as Seafood Boil. It aims to ignite your five senses by bringing back the harmonious spirit of fresh tasty seafood and unassuming dining atmosphere all under one roof.
Come to wild rocket - after all, this is what happiness is about - sharing good food and drinks, having lively conversations and laughter around a table with family and friends in a wonderful environment.
Managed by Déliciae Hospitality Management in partnership with Resorts World Sentosa, PISCO is a family style restaurant featuring the vibrant culture and cuisine of South America for a truly unique gastronomic dining experience.
Tenkaichi is a Japanese den of foods that offers Japan's most popular foods in variety of style. You can have Wagyu beef BBQ buffet and steamboat buffet with very good price. You could also try the imported griller that is healthier, and smokeless and environment friendly.
Newly opened, National Gallery Singapore's restaurants Odette, Aura, Yan, Smoke & Mirrors, National Kitchen, Gallery & Co. threaten to steal the show from the largest public collection of Singapore and Southeast Asian modern art
The thosai, a dish of South Indian origins, may appear humble and inexpensive, but requires deft skill and a fermentation process to achieve the perfect taste and texture. Singapore’s South Indian eateries serve several varieties of this dish – some you may have tried before, and a few you should make plans to sample, pronto
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