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Recommended restaurants

Baja Fresh Mexican Grill at Rendezvous Gallery is the restaurant chain's first outlet of America, serving a range of popular traditional flame-grilled Mexican specialties.
The Line is an International buffet restaurant with more than 16 culinary stations.
This counter-only seating Japanese restaurant offers ala carte and omakase meals for lunch and dinner. Choose from a variety of fresh seafood and vegetables that are deep fried a la minute.
House has an award-winning spa, bar and cafe all rolled into one.
Saveur is a casual French eatery located at Purvis Street.
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Recommended hawkers

Fried with garlic, fish sauce, preserved turnips, eggs fried a la minute, a sprinkling of spring onions, and with a choice of white or black sauce
The trademark yellow-orange basmati rice made with saffron and spices tease your tastebuds while the marinated meat provides the “bite”
There’s the standard plain, or egg version, but this pan-fried dough also comes with cheese, onions, chocolate sauce, even ice-cream
Marinated spiced beef, mutton and chicken on skewers, dipped in chunky peanut sauce, this is one hawker delight you won’t mind arriving a little ‘burnt’
Thick rice noodles in a soupy gravy made with dried shrimp, a bowl is never incomplete unless topped by freshly-chopped laksa leaves
Noodles tossed in a piquant mix of chilli-vinegar sauce with slow-cooked mushrooms and a liberal dash of lard oil