Enable JavaScript to run this app.
Skip to main content
OpenTable logo
  1. Home
  2. Singapore
  3. Singapore

Best Asian Restaurants in Pasir Ris


283 restaurants available nearby

A photo of Melben Seafood Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Pasir Ris
Melben Seafood Restaurant serves some of our favourite Chinese food in Pasir Ris at prices that are impossible to resist. The quality of the ingredients is high and dishes are really authentic. Then, also on the menu are plenty of Singaporean and other Southeast Asian classics, with signature dishes including crayfish laksa, Hokkaido scallops with kiwi and fish roe, as well as creamy salted egg prawns. The Melben restaurant itself is casual and the welcome is always warm, and it’s perfect for larger groups, all-you-can-eat and eating outdoors. You’ll find Melben Seafood Restaurant at Market Square on Pasir Ris Cl. Advanced reservations are definitely a good idea.
A photo of Sama Sama by Tok Tok restaurant
Very Good(15)
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Changi
Indonesian food is given a modern and creative spin at Sama Sama by Tok Tok in Singapore. The Changi restaurant is a contemporary space that brings recipes from across Indonesia to its spot on Airport Boulevard. Classics like nasi kuning and mutton satay are given a modern twist, while kerupuk, sambal and cendol for dessert should not be missed. Situated on the third floor of the Jewel, you can enjoy the stunning views while indulging in your meal. Sama Sama means you’re welcome in Indonesian and this shows the philosophy at the heart of Sama Sama by Tok Tok’s approach to hospitality. A popular spot, we recommend booking to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Jing Long Seafood Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Bedok
From humble beginnings to a renowned seafood restaurant that promises to pleasure your tongue whether you’re eating out with intimate friends or in polite company, Jing Long Seafood Restaurant is going from strength to strength. This heaven for crab lovers is located in the heartlands of Singapore’s Bedok, along Bedok North Avenue, and while Jing Long now offers a real fine-dining seafood experience, the authenticity of its offering remains true to its origins as a Singaporean seafood street stall.
A photo of Jianghu Hotpot restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Bedok
JiangHu Hotpot in Singapore serves authentic Chinese hotpot that is both delicious and satisfying. Located on New Upp Changi Road in Bedok, you’ll love JiangHu Hotpot’s autumn courtyard themed interior as you tuck into the great flavours of hotpot that is so popular all around the world. With options of fresh fish, beef, veg and mushrooms as well as an array of broths, including Szechuan, you just can’t beat a night out at JiangHu Hotpot. Everything is carefully put together to not only taste fantastic but look stunning doing it – influencers take note. To avoid missing out, book your table in advance.
A photo of Arteastiq Bistro Jewel Changi restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Changi
Arteastiq Bistro Jewel Changi is a compelling choice for Fusion/Eclectic cuisine aficionados. What it sets apart is an exceptional commitment to culinary innovation, as evidenced in its offering, such as the lychee tea and the diverse Christmas set. One reviewer applauded the food presentation, expressing that it far exceeded their expectations. This kind of creativity and exceptional plating are indicative of a classic fusion approach. The restaurant's unique style and the distinctive flair in their dishes make Arteastiq Bistro Jewel Changi a standout in the fusion and eclectic food scene.
A photo of Suki-Ya - Tampines Mall restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Tampines
Three cheers for shabu shabu, one of the hottest food trends on the scene! Synonymous with the best shabu shabu offerings in the city, Suki-Ya at Tampines Mall on Tampines Central 5 is a legend in the city’s Japanese hot pot dining scene. You control your dining destiny at Singapore’s Suki-Ya – the Tampines restaurant lets you choose your own hot pot ingredients, buffet-style. There’s no limit to how much you can eat (as long as you don’t take longer than 80 minutes)!
A photo of Gurame Indonesian Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Tampines
Gurame Indonesian Restaurant in Singapore offers a wide range of delicious Indonesian delicacies which locals just can’t get enough of. Located on Changi Coast Walk in Changi, Gurame Indonesian Restaurant’s menu has something for everyone with treats like udang bakar – butterflied large tiger prawns grilled in a sweet sauce; sate ayam – slow-grilled chicken skewers; and the stunning gurame goreng – golden brown fried gurame fish. If you’re looking for somewhere sophisticated to meet up with friends and colleagues or for somewhere special next date night, then you’re looking for Gurame Indonesian Restaurant. Bookings are essential to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Bedok
Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant in Singapore serves top-quality halal-certified Korean food in a stylish modern setting. The authentic home-style cuisine is both absolutely delicious and healthy and with an atmosphere that is always relaxed, it’s perfect for family treats, kicking back with friends or even intimate dinners for two with your special someone. Located on Chai Chee Road in Bedok, just a few minutes away from Bedok MRT station, Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant serves everything from noodles and stews to BBQ, small bites, set menus, decadent desserts and so much more, so no matter what you’re in the mood for you’re sure to find it at Muk-Bang Korean Restaurant.
A photo of Lee Do Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Geylang
Famous throughout Singapore for their cold crab, Lee Do Restaurant is an award-winning establishment serving up authentic Fuzhou cuisine. Located on Ubi Avenue in Paya Lebar, Lee Do Restaurant draws in Chinese cuisine loving foodies from all over the city-state. Begin your meal with some shark’s fin soup or the red wine chicken soup before sharing some suckling pig with friends or trying Lee Do Restaurant’s acclaimed cold crab dish. Other delicious options include grilled spiced prawns, half-shelled scallops with garlic, black pepper beef and braised pork ribs with broccoli. Finish your meal off with a traditional Chinese dessert like the longan with almond jelly or a refreshing fruit platter. To guarantee a table at Lee Do Restaurant, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
A photo of Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎 - Bedok restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Asian • Bedok
There’s a new hotpot spot in town! At Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎 Bedok, you can choose your soup base from mushroom, chicken, mala, pork bone and more. The best bit? You can combine multiple broths! Choose your meat and veggies to add to the hotpot and you’re good to go. We’re sure you know how it works anyway! The restaurant is full of hanging lanterns, traditional artwork and is dimly lit, which makes for a welcoming and romantic atmosphere. The prices are fair and the service attentive. All this makes for a great experience at Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎 Bedok, a newcomer to Singapore’s hotpot scene.
‘About the restaurant’ descriptions have been generated using an artificial intelligence model comprised of OpenTable proprietary data that has not been independently verified by OpenTable. The content is presented as-is, for informational purposes only.
  • Privacy Policy
  • Terms of Use
  • Cookies and Interest-Based Ads
  • Cookie Preferences
Copyright © 2024 OpenTable, Inc. 1 Montgomery St Ste 500, San Francisco CA 94104 - All rights reserved.
OpenTable is part of Booking Holdings, the world leader in online travel and related services.
Booking Logo
Priceline Logo
Agoda Logo
OpenTable Logo