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Give in to temptation at this open-air foodie's paradise. Perched by the waterfront, the restaurant comprises 12 top-notch city hawkers with charming little carts which are all loaded with lip-smacking street food. Diners get to feast on delicious munchies under the stars. Choose from large portions of chicken rice, juicy crabs, succulent oyster omelets and spicy barbecued chicken wings, then relish your meal with a tall glass of sugarcane juice or beer as the city lights twinkle in the horizon.
At the Cherry Garden, dining is a cheery experience. Located in the Mandarin Oriental, the Cherry Garden has two private dining rooms for social and business events in addition to their spacious main dining area. Menu highlights include Steamed Crystal Pumpkin with Sausage Dumplings, Pan-Fried Sea Scallops, and Chilled Fresh Mango Puree. Their exotic dishes are complimented by a selection of Chinese teas and wines. They also serve brunches that are sure to delight even the pickiest of diners.
Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle is one of the best street food stall in the city. If you don’t mind the long queue, you are sure to be able to taste some superlative food they cook out here. One of the oldest serving stalls in the city, it offers amazing pork noodles with unforgettable taste and flavors. This famous noodles preparation has been featured in many leading newspapers and has won many accolades from patrons for many years. If you are near the stall, you must either eat here or pack a parcel for home to give your family a surprise treat.
This dim sum restaurant is the perfect choice for a light meal that’s bursting with authentic Asian flavor. Originating in Taiwan, Din Tai Fung was once named among the Top 10 restaurants in the world by the New York Times. Their signature dish is xiao long bao – delicate little dumplings filled with your choice of pork, seafood or vegetables plus a squirt of savory soup broth. Other dishes include fried rice with pork and herbal chicken soup. The dumplings, though, are definitely the main attraction, and glass walls around the kitchen allow you to watch the dumpling-making process from start to finish.
With the city an immense melting pot of cultures, it is a certainty that Singapore's street food is unmatched in terms of flavor and variety. If you want to enjoy the best of her wide spread of street food and escape from the humid climate, head to Straits Kitchen for a deliciously rich buffet! Dotted with themed stations around the restaurant, choose from Indian, Chinese, Malay, Peranakan and other Asian fare cooked to your personal preferred perfection in front of your eyes. The Indian food station with its heavy metal Indian-themed plates is recommended for its deliciously spicy curries. An incredible buffet for an incredible feast!