Guriru by Teppei at SGH Medical Alumni Association serves charcoal-grilled seafood.
Mimi Restaurant, Clarke Quay: Affordable AND Delicious Reunion Dinner Sets at 150 Year-old National Monument
Mimi Restaurant at Clarke Quay offers CNY menus starting from $288 for 4 pax.
Nana Curry, Holland Village: Michelin Bib Gourmand Stall Opens a Restaurant
Not sure why Nana Curry is empty, but it is not bad.
Cumi Bali, Tras St: They Moved but the Indonesian Food is Great As Ever
What differentiates Cumi Bali from other Indonesian restaurants is them serving homely, hearty food.
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.
Takada Grill & Bar, Tanjong Pagar Centre: Charcoal Grill Restaurant by Japanese Chef
Takada Grill and Bar used to have freeflow beer before COVID. They stopped it to prevent gatherings but hopefully they will resume the beer buffet. Their grills are good.
Yum Sing!, Clarke Quay: Hawker Food by Putien in 60s 新世界 Setting
Yum Sing restaurant by Putien serves hawker food in a 60s setting.
Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier Seafood, Boat Quay: $29.80++ Steam Pot Includes US Live Oysters, Scallop, Clams, and More
Tian Tian Fisherman’s Pier Seafood’s fare is decent. However it would not be my first choice when I think of seafood whenever I’m in the vicinity.
OmoteNashi Dining Gosso, Boat Quay: Many Japanese Customers at Yakitori Joint But It Was Middling
OmoteNashi Dining Gosso, aka Gosso Yakitori Dining, at Boat Quay attracts many Japanese, but it was middling for us.
Ba Shu Sichuan Restaurant 巴蜀演义, Bedok: It’s Not 8th Uncle 八叔, It’s the Old Name for Sichuan Region
Ba Shu Sichuan Restaurant 巴蜀演义 at Bedok serves really good food.