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Recommended restaurants

OTTO Ristorante is located at Red Dot Traffic Building and serves authentic Italian cuisine in a warm Italian setting.
Since its opening in 1988, Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant has continually been applauded as one of Singapore’s finest Cantonese restaurants.
Located at Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, Mellben Seafood specialises in crab dishes especially its Claypot Crab bee Hoon.
Carousel at Royal Plaza On Scotts is an Halal certified international buffet restaurant.
Nestled among the greenery of the Saddle Club, this airy, laidback cafe in a classic black and white colonial building serves a menu of Western fare.
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Recommended hawkers

Noodles tossed in a piquant mix of chilli-vinegar sauce with slow-cooked mushrooms and a liberal dash of lard oil
A Chinese delicacy consists of peppery pork rib soup, rice and a variety of side dishes
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’
Cockles and lard, what’s not to like? This is a well-fried dish of flat rice noodles-and-cockles in sweet black soy sauce
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