This famous Singaporean restaurant started out serving Cantonese Chicken Rice in a small Chinatown stall in 1979. The signature juicy and tender chicken with its ginger, chili, and dark soy sauces sold itself gaining a wider popularity. By 1983, they opened their first restaurant on Balestier Road. By 1999, they added other homestyle dishes and then…
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Palm Beach Singapore
Palm Beach Seafood just turned sixty-one! Always cited for its food and service, it offers authentic Singaporean cuisine. Its location at One Fullerton provides an awesome panoramic waterfront view just next to the Merlion and across the icons on the Singapore River. We view the live seafood before the chefs take them away to cook for…
Food Opera at Ion Orchard
Above ground are the luxury shops of ION Orchard Singapore. But when you get to the Basement, at Food Opera, there’s a whole new world … a comfortably furnished food hall that brings together some twenty-seven hawker stalls offering traditional Singaporean street food to try at reasonable prices. Hainanese Chicken, Hokkien Mee, Chicken Satay, Char Kway Teow, and…
Les Amis Singapore
Diner’s Choice 2017 has this 2-star Michelin restaurant on the list. It’s in the same building as Isetan Orchard but you have to go to the back of the building (parallel to Orchard). It has a low-key entrance with the impressive awards just outside the door to keep you busy while waiting for opening time….
St. Regis Singapore Afternoon Tea
More Palate Education on this trip trying out afternoon tea while on travel. What I Liked About This Afternoon Tea: Elegant Lobby 2. Clean, beautiful restroom so you can feel good while prepping yourself for holding your tea sandwiches.. …and it has an easy chair on which to change your Singapore-streetwalking shoes to dining shoes….