With some of the best dining establishments from around the world, Singapore has rightfully earned its reputation as a foodie paradise.
, literally means coffee shop (coffee in Malay and shop in Hokkien), and is commonly found all over Singapore. It serves as a place for people to eat and drink, or just gather around to chat. For an authentic Singaporean breakfast try Chin Mee Chin
in the Joo Chiat neighbourhood or Toast Box
, a chain found in many shopping malls.
If your clients love the idea of dining al fresco, here are some restaurants that will let them savor their food in the open. For a delicious meal set in lush natural greenery, pay a visit to The Halia at the Singapore Botanic Garden
or Labrador Nature Reserve with its Thai restaurant Tamarind Hill
. Or maybe if they are history buffs, head to Indian restaurant Song of India
and Peranakan eatery Indocafe
. Both are housed in black-and-white colonial-era bungalows. Dempsey Hill, meanwhile, is home to restaurants such as The White Rabbit
that sits in a beautifully restored chapel. With so many interesting al fresco eateries and Singapore’s year-round balmy weather, they have no reason to stay indoors.
After Dinner Surprises
What’s a good meal without dessert? You can stop at one of the many dessert spots that have opened in Singapore, such as 2am:dessertbar.
Run by young but lauded Cordon Bleu-trained chef Janice Wong, the eatery serves up delectable concoctions. The perfect way to end a day wining and dining in Asia’s food paradise. Your clients will find 2am:dessertbar
open Monday to Saturday from 6pm to 2am.
Some other famous dessert places are :
- Dopa Dopa Creamery at South Bridge
- The Plain Jane at Serangoon Ave
- Tarte by Cheryl Koh at Scotts Road
- Denzy Gelato at Bishan Street
- Putu Piring at Haig Road