Claypots Full Circle at Amoy Street is Mediterranean-Asian seafood restaurant and bar that prides itself on the its fresh seafood and sourcing for them locally as far as possible.
We thought Uncle Leong Seafood at Punggol was gonna be another mediocre experience. We were pleasantly surprised.
Pastaria Abate at Tanjong Pagar makes their own pastas and they are delicious.
Long Phung at Joo Chiat has been around for a decade but it seems that they remain unbeatable as the best Vietnamese food in Singapore.
Chill Gen by Xin Wang aka 潮eat代 at Cineleisure serves affordable buffet hotpot, great for NS boys, students, and young working adults.
Grand Jeté Cafe at Ngee Ann City is a Japanese-Western cafe that serves sandwiches, pasta, salads, rice dishes and desserts.
From now to 31 October 2018, Ginger at PARKROYAL on Beach Road is offering a buffet named The Wonders of Pincers, which includes five flavours of crabs and a lobster.