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Top Dining Venues in Singapore: A Gastronomical Affair

A sizzling pot of global cuisines, Singapore is the Food Capital of Asia Pacific. With dining options ranging from Street food to award-wining Fine-dining restaurants, there is something to satisfy any palate.

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Forlino

Forlino

One of Singapore's Fine-dining restaurants, Forlino offers the best of Italian cuisine and impeccable service. Sitting on top of the two-story One Fullerton with floor-to- ceiling glass panes, the restaurant offers breathtaking views of Marina Bay. Forlino's 1000- label wine cellar promises the perfect accompaniment to the restaurant's gourmet food.

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Bacchus Boathouse

Bacchus Boathouse

Situated in the heritage maritime building old Fullerton Waterboat House and serving contemporary European cuisine, Bacchus Boathouse plays tribute to the city's Colonial past. Despite the restaurant's spacious interiors, wooden deck and rooftop bar (which offers 360 degree views of the Marina Bay), the restaurant's limited seating allows privacy.

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Keyaki- A Japanese

Keyaki- A Japanese

inspired rooftop garden and the restaurant's traditional Japanese architectural design creates the perfect setting for an authentic Japanese dining experience. With the restaurant's Master Chef Kagata being one of the few chefs in Singapore with a license to handle the rare Japanese delicacy Fugu (Puffer Fish) and specializing in kaiseki and sashimi while also serving custom-made dishes, it is not surprising that the restaurant is popular among Japanese Food lovers.

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The Song of India

The Song of India

In a locale of Colonial bungalows including The Heritage Singapore near Orchard Road is The Song of India is one of Singapore's best Fine dining Indian restaurants. This award-winning restaurant with its beautiful Kerala-style landscaped garden, elegantly appointed private dining rooms and contemporary Indian art collection (which diners can even purchase!) serves the elegant cuisine of Lucknavi Royals with a modern twist fit for Indian royalty. With a choice of over 90 a la carte dishes and the best wines, dining at The Song of India is bound to be a memorable experience.

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True Blue Cuisine

True Blue Cuisine

Next to the Peranakan Museum, True Blue Cuisine is a perfect exhibit of Peranakan culture and cuisine. This award winning restaurant houses a private collection of photographs and Peranakan antiques including antique jewellery that can be purchased, thus creating an ideal setting to savour traditional Peranakan dishes.

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Maxwell Road Hawker Centre

Maxwell Road Hawker Centre

A former Wet Market in the 1950s, Maxwell Road Hawker Centre is one of the most popular hawker centres in Singapore. Situated in the heart of China Town, the Maxwell Road Hawker Centre has over a 100 stalls, including the famous Tian Tian Chicken Rice and Zhen Zhen Porridge stalls offering the widest selection of Singapore's local cuisine offering a convenient food solution to those living in Long stay apartments in Singapore.

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Iggy's

Iggy's

Named as one of the World's Best Restaurants, Iggy's serves modern European cuisine, and boasts an extensive wine collection. Entertaining 40 guests in a single sitting, the restaurant has two separate rooms for private dining.

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Jumbo Sea Food

Jumbo Sea Food

Established in 1987, this local sea food restaurant chain is known for serving live sea food prepared in a Singaporean- Chinese style. The restaurant's iconic chilli and black pepper crabs, crispy baby squid and sambal kangkong are favourites among the 4000 diners who dine daily at Jumbo Sea Food.

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The Prime Society

The Prime Society

Housed in former Army barracks, The Prime Society Grill and Steakhouse blends Colonial charm with modern interiors. The restaurant's menu is designed centering the restaurant's top-quality Australian beef which is served with the best complementary red or white wines.

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JAAN Restaurant

JAAN Restaurant

This award winning restaurant sits on the 70th floor of Swissotel The Stamford hotel commanding breathtaking views of Singapore city's skyline. The European- inspired 40-seater restaurant is where renowned Chef Royer serves some of Singapore's best contemporary French cuisine with the perfect accompaniment of wine from its collection of 500 labels of wine.