Guides to Restaurant & Food in Singapore

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Here you can find a list of guides about food in Singapore, best-of-lists and features of popular restaurants. In our feature reviews the restaurants are visited personally by our team and have quality photographs and some even videos that go along with them.

Also be sure to check out our Guide to Singapore food and a ranking of the Top 50 Restaurants in Singapore as decided by our members.

Best of Singapore Food Lists

Singapore Restaurant Reviews

A Coffee Paradise at Maison Ikkoku - Caféfest 2014 Feature A tribute to traditional bakeries in Singapore - A behind the scenes photojournal Teadot - Latest Cafe in the West serving Brunch and Heavenly Teas with a Twist Ricciotti's 10 Year Anniversary Menu - Affordable Italian Goodness
MEDZS launches new Asian menu Lobster Joint "Pince and Pints" Opens! Claw your way into the hottest restaurant in town Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Matsuri opens at Parkway Parade Supermuffin at Pacific Marketplace - Muffins made into a meal!
Hai Tien Lo's New Set Menu - Cantonese Cuisine with Modern Flair Street 50 unveils exclusive National Day buffet menu Oscar's Presents the Davao Cultural & Food Festival at Conrad Centennial Singapore Outback Steakhouse - World's Largest Steakhouse Chain Unveils 2nd Outlet and New Menu in Singapore
Jimmy Monkey Cafe and Bar - A taste of Australian goodness - Caféfest 2014 Feature The Halia at Raffles Hotel - New Communal Dining for friends Meet The Person Behind Halal Café Cake Love - Caféfest 2014 Feature Chef Saul Bolton's 6-Course Dinner at The Cliff in Sentosa's Most Historic Resort
Meet The People Behind Jimmy Monkey - Caféfest 2014 Feature Meet The People Behind Maison Ikkoku - Caféfest 2014 Feature An Inside Look at the RWS Durian Fest 2014 Poulet Finally Introduces a New Menu. French Food Lovers Rejoice!
Cake Love - A retro-themed Halal café participating in Cafefest 2014 SAHA Signature Indian Restaurant & Terrace Bar Chabuton Ramen Singapore Food Review Singapore Food Festival 2014 - A Celebration of Singapore's Food Heritage
Olivia Cassivelaun Fancourt (OCF) - Old-world French Elegance and Romance 1 Market - Savour Dishes from Around the World from Celebrity Chef Wan this Ramadan Osia Restaurant - An underrated gem at Resorts World Sentosa New TART speciality store opens at Star Vista!
CP Launches 10 New Sausages and Cold Cuts GRUB - The Jewel Of Bishan Park Is Now Open For Weekday Lunch!

Singapore Food Guides


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Bryan loves exploring and sharing the best of Singapore and the best travel ideas with readers. He creates innovative start-ups that he hopes will allow him to live a life doing what he loves. He enjoys photography, film making, coding and writing - and the process of getting better at them. He is trying to learn fashion after someone said he looked like a 40 year old. He is not 40 years old.


He's Editor-in-chief at local lifestyle portal TheSmartLocal.com and regional gaming portal SC2SEA.com where he also runs an events management company. He is co-writer of Korean Travel Guide "Mad for Singapore" by Chosun Media with his wife Chloe Park. He thanks you for reading this and apologises for talking in third person.



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