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Recommended restaurants

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.
This popular steamboat chain from China serves food in the typical Sichuan style hot pot with a selection of meats, vegetables and sauces.
The Line is an International buffet restaurant with more than 16 culinary stations.
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.
Centrally located in the heart of Singapore, SET is a new and upcoming restaurant at POMO serving contemporary fusion cuisine at affordable prices.
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Recommended hawkers

Fluffy rice made richer by coconut cream, with spicy homemade sambal and crispy ikan bilis or sausage or fried chicken
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
Raw fish flesh finely minced and beaten into a circular bouncy form mixed in with sambal-infused noodles and a variety of condiments
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”
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’