Silk Road restaurant at Amara Hotel serves Sichuan cuisine, and there is a guest chef from Inner Mongolia specializing in wheat noodles which are priced reasonably.
Silk Road, Amara Hotel, Tanjong Pagar: Inner Mongolian Chef Presents Provincial Homemade Wheat Noodles and Dumplings From $8 to $14!
Carol Mel Cafe at Tai Seng defies all odds and becomes an excellent cafe.
Unlike the usual Japanese yakiniku restaurants which use beef, The Hitsuji Club at Boat Quay uses Australian, grain-fed lambs that are 6 to 8 months old. And it’s super delicious.
Jimoto Ya, China Square Central: Hokkaido Ebi-Tonkatsu Ramen Created by Michelin-Starred Chef Nobumasa Mieda
Jimoto Ya at China Square Central boasts of a ramen creation by a Michelin-starred chef using prawn and pork broth.
Whole Earth, Tanjong Pagar: VERY SMELLY, Expensive But Excellent Food at the Only Vegetarian Restaurant to Be Awarded by the Michelin Guide
Awarded Michelin Bib Gourmand, Whole Earth serves Peranakan-Thai vegetarian cuisine.
New openings in Mar 2017 Singapore: 43 new restaurants, 17 cafes, 4 bars, and 12 hawkers.
Don Ho, Keong Saik Rd: Back Alley Restaurant Serves Modern Australian Small Plates Amidst Hawaiian Verdure
At the back alley of Keong Saik Road, Don Ho is a bar and restaurant that serves good cocktails and small plates of Modern Australian cuisine.