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Dining within the interior proffers proximity to the waterfront panorama as the restaurant’s inner scape falls cozily within the vista of the buzzing riverfront nightspots of Clarke Quay and Boat Quay. Taiwanese flair emanates from the restaurant’s agglomeration of dishes, while a night within comes decked with multiple seatings within an ambience imbued with sleek oriental motifs adorning a dusky cinnamon interior fashioned with geometric inlays reminiscent of palatial resplendence.
Melding authentic Spanish flavours with fresh ingredients, Serenity Spanish Bar & Restaurant offers a variety of dishes served in the form of tapas, salads, soups, paella,fideua, and more. Feast on their sizeable serving of signature cochinillo suckling pig, served whole roasted on a large wooden platter with crispy skin, or make your way through the hefty tapas menu consisting of more than 42 dishes.
Established in 1987, the Singaporean home-grown seafood restaurant group laid its roots with its first restaurant located in the East Coast Seafood Centre. After years of continuous effort in providing quality food and service, the group has a total of five restaurants offering customers its signature live seafood dishes prepared in local and Hong Kong styles. Some of these dishes include chilli crab, salted egg golden prawns, live red tilapia deep fried with Nyonya sauce, and steamed bamboo clam with minced garlic. JUMBO Rewards card holders get to enjoy a number of privileges like birthday gift vouchers and a 10% discount on any ala carte or set menu items.
Conceived in 2009 with the intention of honouring the tradition of hotpot dining in Singapore, JPOT boasts a range of soup bases ranging from mild to spicy, served in individual pots to make for a hygienic dining experience. At JPOT, emphasis is placed, above all else, on the quality of the cuisine served. Choice of ingredients include fresh poultry, seafood, and local delights.
Boasting a close proximity to the Jurong Bird Park off Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim, the media-commended Japanese diner sits within the green landscape of the The Village at Jurong Hill. Enticing barbecue enthusiasts with its Japan-imported equipment and variety of grilling menu which includes a signature buffet as well as premium and wagyu beef buffet, the restaurant uses natural ingredients which are spared of MSG and preservatives in its meal preparation.
A treasure trove of oceanic delights awaits at Singapore Seafood Republic, with over 70 signature dishes from four of Singapore’s best-loved seafood restaurants - Tung Lok Seafood, Palm Beach Seafood, JUMBO Seafood, and The Seafood International Market & Restaurant. Hoisting a locally-based cooking style renowned beyond the island’s shores by way of two prior outlets located in the bustle of Shinagawa and Ginza in Tokyo, Singapore Seafood Republic boasts servings of tried and true marine medleys in a family-friendly atmosphere, combined with fresh ingredients and a modern interior.
Hailing from the land of bubble tea and stinky tofu, Lee’s Taiwanese houses a variety of street food depicted from the famed Keelung Temple Street night market, serving up authentic local Taiwanese delicacies such as braised minced meat rice, pig intestines vermicelli, spicy beef noodles, red bean ice, and more. The Taiwanese-owned restaurant also uses ingredients imported from Taiwan to retain the good ol’ taste of Taiwanese street food.
A member of the ever-expanding food and dining brand of the Suki group of restaurants, seven-outlet Sakura stands apart from its buffet-specialised siblings via its internationally-mixed spread of Oriental as well as Western favourites. Boasting a daily presentation of up to 100 types of dishes, the sushi, seafood, and grilled meat joint also runs specials like the charcoal-grilled King Crab feast and the Snow Crab-paired promotions. Ensuring a high-quality dining experience with ingredients which are approved by the Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA), the locally-made brand offers rates for senior citizens and children for all three of its prime dining times.
This steakhouse concept restaurant with over a thousand locations across 22 countries carries a friendly, casual, and relaxing ambiance that embodies the spirit of the Australian Outback. Favourites made with fresh ingredients and choice cuts like pasta, burgers and fries, as well as signature picks such as baby back ribs, chicken on the barbie, and grilled pork chops all tempt patrons craving for a taste of wholesome dishes and succulent meat grilled to perfection.
Following the rich tradition of bak kut teh, Ng Ah Sio, named after the owner Mr. Ng Mui Song’s father, carries on the legacy of its predecessor who opened shop in the 1950s. The pork-based peppery broths with hints of traditional herbs were a hit amongst the Chinese migrants, one of the most basic of comfort foods familiar to them and within the community. In present day Singapore, patrons still flock to this family-owned establishment that has branched out with four outlets across the island, now serving other favourites such as blanched pig liver, braised winter mushroom, and tau kua pok.