Best mooncakes in Singapore 2021
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Copper Chimney, Little India: Not Affiliated to the Famous Bombay Chain. But It’s Probably One of the Best Indian Restaurants in Singapore
Every dish at Copper Chimney at Little India is fantastic.
Trattoria La Vita, Clarke Quay: Itameshi (Italian-Japanese Cuisine), I Love It But My Friend Says It’s Average
My friends and I have differing opinions on Trattoria La Vita at Clarke Quay.
Dignity Kitchen, Boon Keng: They Train and Hire Disabled People at This Halal Food Court. Underprivileged People Can Come Here to Claim Meals.
Social enterprise Dignity Kitchen at Boon Keng serves good hawker food.
Drunken Farmer, Stanley Street: Spa Esprit Group’s Natural Wines and Everything Sourdough (Pizzas, Waffles, Even Fried Chicken)
Drunken Farmer’s pizzas are made from a 159-year-old sourdough starter and a dough that takes 30 hours to rise.
Dopo Teatro, Esplanade: Itameshi Cuisine (Italian Classics with Japanese Ingredients) and Pizzas Made from 36-hour Fermented Dough
Taking over Barossa Gastrobar at level 1 of Esplanade Mall, Dopo Teatro (or “after theatre” in Italian) is the latest dining concept from Creative Eateries and aims to provide patrons with a taste of traditional Italian cuisine combined with premium Japanese ingredients.
Dindigul Thalappakatti, Little India: I Tried the Outlet in Chennai and It Was The Best Biryani Ever
Originally from Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Dindigul Thalappakatti at Little India is famed for its biriyani.
Overall, Chojiro is a good sushi restaurant.
Ice Edge Cafe at Kovan is not bad.
Red Eye Smokehouse is probably the best among the three American-style BBQ restaurants in Singapore.