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Recommended restaurants

Wild Rocket is great for sharing good food and drinks, having lively conversations and laughter around a table with family and friends.
Located at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, Mellben Seafood specialises in crab dishes especially its Claypot Crab bee Hoon.
Centrally located in the heart of Singapore, SET is a new and upcoming restaurant at POMO serving contemporary fusion cuisine at affordable prices.
Platypus Kitchen is a Mediterranean bistro in Bugis Junction that specialises in hand-made pasta dishes and seasonal Mediterranean fare.
The Line is an International buffet restaurant with more than 16 culinary stations.
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Recommended hawkers

The trademark yellow-orange basmati rice made with saffron and spices tease your tastebuds while the marinated meat provides the “bite”
Fluffy rice made richer by coconut cream, with spicy homemade sambal and crispy ikan bilis or sausage or fried chicken
There’s the standard plain, or egg version, but this pan-fried dough also comes with cheese, onions, chocolate sauce, even ice-cream
A Chinese delicacy consists of peppery pork rib soup, rice and a variety of side dishes
Thick rice noodles in a soupy gravy made with dried shrimp, a bowl is never incomplete unless topped by freshly-chopped laksa leaves
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’