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Recommended restaurants

Since its opening in 1988, Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant has continually been applauded as one of Singapore’s finest Cantonese restaurants.
Platypus Lobster Shack serves affordable gourmet with a huge selection of mouth watering lobsters.
Saveur is a casual French eatery located at Purvis Street.
OTTO Ristorante is located at Red Dot Traffic Building and serves authentic Italian cuisine in a warm Italian setting.
The Line is an International buffet restaurant with more than 16 culinary stations.
Highlights at Basilico include a rotisserie, traditional wood fired pizzas, an espresso bar, walk in wine cellar and hand crafted desserts.
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Fluffy rice made richer by coconut cream, with spicy homemade sambal and crispy ikan bilis or sausage or fried chicken
Thick rice noodles in a soupy gravy made with dried shrimp, a bowl is never incomplete unless topped by freshly-chopped laksa leaves
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
There’s the standard plain, or egg version, but this pan-fried dough also comes with cheese, onions, chocolate sauce, even ice-cream
Raw fish flesh finely minced and beaten into a circular bouncy form mixed in with sambal-infused noodles and a variety of condiments
Noodles tossed in a piquant mix of chilli-vinegar sauce with slow-cooked mushrooms and a liberal dash of lard oil