9 Most Popular Places to Eat in Singapore

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Singapore is a country with a large variety of best cuisines from around the world as Singaporeans are true food lovers. Singapore Food Festival is a popular festival held every year in July, and every tourist keeps an eye on it to enjoy the quality delicious food. There are many Chinese restaurants in Singapore and it has a good share of great Western restaurants. They especially specialize in seafood restaurants. In various shopping malls, international food chains like McDonald’s, KFC, Subway, Burger King, MOS Burger or Dairy Queen are commonly found. Whenever tourists come to Singapore and want to experience the taste of the city then they would often think of where to eat in Singapore, so here are the 9 most popular places to eat in Singapore.

1. Chinatown’s Maxwell Food Court

Maxwell Food Court

Maxwell Food Court

Maxwell Food Court is the most popular food court in Singapore where you can get delicious meals at affordable prices. It is one of the best places to eat and the most famous and favorite Chicken rice dish which is considered close to the National dish. It is located in Chinatown at the place of market. It is a huge market with many tempting hawkers’ stalls that attract the locals as well as tourists. Maxwell Road food court and Tian Tian is particularly famous for its longest queues as they serve amazing food at reasonable prices.

2. Tiong Bahru Food Court

Tiong Bahru Food Court

Tiong Bahru Food Court

Tiong Bahru Food Court is one of the oldest food courts in Singapore, which is located just outside of the City Centre. It is a newly built modern building but gives a traditional look of 1950’s style market. This food court is an amazing busy market that has Singapore’s best hawker stalls in an array. The atmosphere created here is entertaining with a musician on an electric piano. The best dishes served are the traditional lor mee which is a delicious yellow noodles dish served with gravy and the famous nasi lemak which is one of the best drinks of Singapore.

3. Ya Kun Kaya

ya kun kaya toast singapore

ya kun kaya toast Singapore

Ya Kun Kaya is a popular breakfast restaurant, which serves the Kaya toast in breakfast. It is located in China Street with a lot of crowd sitting at the sheltered terrace of the Ya Kun restaurant every morning. The menu of the restaurant solely revolves around the toast but provides a calm and comfortable environment. A famous dish served here includes half boiled eggs and thick toast with kaya coconut jam, which is served as the main ingredient. You can spend quality time here with a cup of condensed coffee which is delicious.

4. Jaan

Jaan

Jaan

Jaan is one of the best restaurants in Singapore, located at the Stamford Road. It gives the perfect views of the Marina Bay Sands from the window tables. They offer appetizing French cuisine with fine dining experiences. They serve good quality food with amazing taste but it is an expensive place to eat. The service is flawless and they can arrange a simple dinner to cherish or a romantic environment on demand. It has a beautiful interior decorated with artistic arrangements and themes to add flavor to the already amazing food.

5. The Loft Cafe

The Loft Cafe

The Loft Cafe

The Loft Cafe is the best café for breakfast and light dinners, located in Chinatown. It is famous (although not mainstream) and serves one of the most delicious meals in the town. It has a cool and modern atmosphere and is situated in a loft as the name suggests. It serves as an oasis of western tasteful dishes at moderate fares and it is perfect for the lazy latecomers for breakfast or lunch. The best food items they serve are blueberry or banana pancakes with syrup. Their expertise lies in making burger meals, which are truly delicious.

6. IndoChine Waterfront

 IndoChine Waterfront

IndoChine Waterfront

IndoChine Waterfront is located at the Empress Place, which is directly opposite to Boat Quay. The restaurant is on a terrace outside the Asian Civilizations Museum from where the visitors can enjoy gorgeous views of the river. It is a world-class dining restaurant that offers genuine Indochinese cuisine. It has glorious interior decoration, as it has a grand backdrop of lotus flower shaped Czechoslovakian crystal chandeliers that heads to the unique Buddha statue. The use of the rich antiques and specially made chairs with stainless steel and leather make this restaurant a heavenly place to visit. The restaurant is considered as a great place for romantic dinners as it provides both privacy and comfort. The prices of this restaurant’s menu items are reasonably high though as they serve delicious food in a modern environment.

7. Epicurious,

Epicurious

Epicurious

This lovely cafe is situated at the Robertson Quay and offers lunch and dinner for four days a week and food the whole day on Saturday and Sunday. It is popular for its gourmet breakfasts and for many other food items. If you are thinking about what to eat in Singapore, just go to Epicurious and try the Green Eggs with Han Burger or you can also go for the most famous pesto scrambled eggs and prosciutto with freshly squeezed juice.

8. Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

Long Beach Seafood Restaurant is located along the beach at the East Coast Parkway. It is known for serving the best seafood in Singapore. It has a large variety of seafood dishes including black pepper crab and butter crayfish. Long Beach is one of the most crowded seafood restaurants which have become popular with the locals and thus it is an ideal location on the sandy beach facing the sea. The increasing crowd shows the mouthwatering taste of the special duck they serve. This is prepared especially in a distinctive manner and is available only at the main branch. Long Beach Seafood Restaurant has made a good name in just a short period of time.

9. International Muslim Food

International Muslim Food

International Muslim Food

The famous International Muslim Food stall has a never ending queue for Singapore’s best nasi lemak. They also serve Malay-style coconut rice with fried chicken, eggs, chili and many other food items that Singaporeans love to eat. They have quick service and serve delicious food at affordable prices. This continues to attract many tourists from around the world.

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