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Best Creative Western American Restaurants in Raffles Place


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A photo of Hero's restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • China Square
Hero’s Singapore is the place to be for live music and live sport. On Circular Road around Boat Quay, Hero’s Singapore is a huge, Wild West-style place where a good atmosphere is guaranteed thanks to a regular live band and many, many TV screens. The kitchen offers an irresistible fusion of Indian and Western food which means kebabs, wraps, pizzas and plenty more besides, and in terms of drinks Hero’s Singapore is one of a kind. In the VIP area, guests can pour their own cold beer right at their table and track exactly how much they’re drinking (and spending) on an electronic display. For one heck of a good time, we really can’t get enough of Hero’s Singapore.
A photo of BQ Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • Kembangan
BQ Bar in Singapore is a stylish bar on the riverside that serves some of the best cocktails in town, including spectacular martinis and of course its famous mojito – and if you really want to get the party started, try the speciality shots. Located on Boat Quay, BQ Bar also serves a wide range of Western-inspired dishes that are sure to delight the taste buds and can be enjoyed in the comfort of the restaurant or al fresco on the patio by the water. Whether you’re after a place to chill and people watch for an afternoon, somewhere for a fun and fancy dinner, or to really cut loose and enjoy yourself, you can’t go wrong with a table at BQ Bar.
A photo of Group Therapy Cafe - Duxton restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • China Square
The Group Therapy Cafe in Singapore is on a mission to bring back community and meaningful relationships for the modern urban environment. They have created their cafe to encourage relationships to form over great food, coffee and sweet treats. You can find them on South Bridge Road in Telok Ayer, and once you’re inside the serene and relaxing setting, you can’t help but relax after a stressful day in the big city. Group Therapy Cafe offers a fantastic range of tasty food, from pancakes and crepes to fresh pasta and pies - so everyone will find something that they fancy. If you’re looking for a great place to relax and meet new people, the Group Therapy Cafe is the place for you!
A photo of Cat Café Neko no Niwa restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • Kembangan
Cat Café Neko no Niwa is proud to be Singapore’s first cat café and a proven hit with both locals and visitors alike, being continuously awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence ever since 2014. Situated in a conservation shophouse by the Singapore River in Boat Quay, this charming spot offers the purrfect place to unwind with coffee, cakes and cats. The adorable feline company is undoubtedly a heartwarmer and guests pay a time-based fee to enjoy time with them.
A photo of Zazz Pizza restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • China Square
Zazz Pizza at Cross Street Exchange is a popular Italian restaurant making waves on Singapore’s dining scene. Authentic wood-fired pizzas take pride of place on the menu at this trendy spot, all made from hand-tossed dough and a selection of exciting ingredients. Served with a smile and baked in a flash, you're sure to be serenading the chefs once you sample the resident Parma Burrata pizza or a classic calzone. With a host of homemade pasta dishes and panini on offer as well as a well-stocked drinks fridge, Zazz Pizza is the perfect place to catch up with friends for a memorable meal. Get a taste of la dolce vita and head down to Zazz Pizza today!
A photo of Lombardo's restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • Chinatown
Standing tall on Singapore’s Duxton Road, Lombardo’s is a big hit with the city’s burger aficionados. Stacked to the heavens with delicious toppings, Lombardo’s most famous burgers include the Singapore Fling with wagyu beef, crab meat and melted cheddar; Pork-A-Licious with pulled pork braised in beer; and Moo’s & Blues with Angus beef, melted Stilton blue cheese and avocado. With hearty sandwiches, veggie options and tasty sides also on the menu, you’re guaranteed to leave Lombardo’s fully satisfied. If the idea of tucking into fabulous food and an ice-cold beer sounds like your kind of evening, you’re bound to fall in love with Lombardo’s at first bite. A table reservation here is often the hottest ticket in town, so we recommend snapping one up at the first possible opportunity.
A photo of Ash & Elm restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • Bugis
Ash & Elm in Singapore serves award-winning Western cuisine across three distinct kitchen spaces, including a charcuterie and cheese room, a wood-fired oven and an open charcoal grill. Located on Middle Road in Bugis inside InterContinental Singapore, Ash & Elm’s philosophy is built around the culinary world’s most primitive cooking technique: fire. Set in a striking venue, with all the charm and energy of a classic brasserie, the restaurant prides itself on the use of fine produce sourced from around the world.
A photo of Outback Steakhouse restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • Somerset
Outback Steakhouse Singapore is part of the iconic worldwide steakhouse chain that serves up premium cuts of meat, alongside chicken, ribs, seafood and pasta. This lively venue is focused on providing high quality food in a warm and welcoming environment, making it the ideal choice for relaxed meals out with friends or the whole family. Inspired by Australian culture and cuisine, expect to find steak cuts including ribeye, porterhouse and the signature Outback special sirloin served with sides of your choice. Wash it all down with a unique cocktail, glass or wine or imported beer and settle into this Somerset restaurant for a meal to remember. Located on Orchard Road, reservations at Outback Steakhouse in Singapore are essential.
A photo of Mischief restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Creative western • Kembangan
Mischief Singapore is a fusion restaurant in Esplanade that takes Southeast Asian street food recipes and puts an American twist on them, with impressive results. Using ancient techniques, exciting international ingredients and a creative flair, head chef Mark Tang is on to a very good thing at Mischief Singapore, located in Esplanade Mall on Raffles Avenue. This is the ideal spot to hit up with a group of friends, family or colleagues because the menu is perfectly suited to sharing lots of small plates, tapas, platters and more – accompanied by a bucket of craft beers, of course! As you can already see, this is one buzzing eatery so you’d best grab a reservation in advance to avoid disappointment!
A photo of Gudetama Cafe Singapore restaurant
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Price: Moderate
• Creative western • Marina Center
A “Food Playground” with animated walls, waffle ceilings, and egg shaped booths, Gudetama Café Singapore is a perfect place for every occasion. Started by homegrown brands, Joe & Dough and The Soup Spoon, fans can enjoy all-day dining with comfort food and handcrafted beverages.Ride on an Egg-citing journey with your family and friends for a “Kawaii” moment!
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