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Best Indonesian Restaurants in Bayfront


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A photo of Sky Lounge restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • Kembangan
Sky Lounge in Singapore boasts an enviable location on the 22nd floor of the Peninsula Excelsior Hotel, meaning guests can sit back and enjoy breathtaking views of the city’s iconic skyline as they dine on expertly crafted Western dishes. With a cocktail list as expansive as the spectacular panoramas on offer, Sky Lounge in City Hall is an ideal destination for business associates, casual diners or larger groups looking for a classic gourmet experience. Situated on Coleman Street and just a three-minute walk away from the picturesque historical landmark of Fort Canning Park, seats at this elegantly designed restaurant fill up quickly, so plan ahead and book now to avoid disappointment!
A photo of Taliwang Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • Kampong Glam
Taliwang Restaurant in Singapore serves an eclectic mix of Indonesian and Western dishes that have captured the hearts and stomachs of many locals. No matter what you're in the mood for, Taliwang Restaurant’s extensive menu will definitely have something delicious to satisfy your cravings. Some of their most popular dishes include the Ayam Bakar Taliwang, the Ikan Barak and of course the ever-popular satay rembiga, so trust us when we say you want to come hungry. Located on Kandahar Street in Bugis, Taliwang Restaurant is perfect for catching up with friends or for your next date night, its relaxed atmosphere and inviting decor suitable for any occasion. So if you’re looking for something delicious for lunch or dinner, Taliwang Restaurant is highly recommended.
A photo of Coconut Paradise Amara restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • Anson
Coconut Paradise Amara in Singapore is a charming family-run Indonesian and Malaysian restaurant. Located on Tras Street in Tanjong Pagar, Coconut Paradise Amara offers a wide range of classic dishes that both locals and tourists can’t get enough of. You’ll love the stylish modern decor as you sit back and relax with friends, treat the family or even enjoy a quiet meal with your special someone. Open for lunch and dinner, if you’re looking for something a bit special and delicious then you’re looking for a table at Coconut Paradise Amara on Tras Street. To ensure you don’t miss out, book your table in advance.
A photo of Pagi Sore – Telok Ayer restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • China Square
Chef Liyana Kwan has been leading Pagi Sore to the top of Singapore’s food ranks for over a quarter-century, but she and her son are as dedicated as ever to keeping things fresh and progressive, while also displaying a deep respect for culinary traditions. Pagi Sore’s restaurant at Far East Square is the guiding light for contemporary Indonesian food in Telok Ayer, and there is no better place to take the pulse of Indonesian cuisine in Singapore.
A photo of Coconut Paradise - Chinatown restaurant
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Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • China Square
Located on New Bridge Road at Chinatown Point, Coconut Paradise specialises in authentic Indonesian cuisine cooked to absolute perfection. Serving locals for over 10 years now, this charming restaurant certainly does not disappoint. From the menu you can expect to find Singapore soft shell chilli crab; Indonesian chicken curry; steamed fish with otah gravy and deep-fried sea bass with balado chilli – all of which are packed with flavour. Offering delicious food, exceptional service and a stylish atmosphere, there’s a lot to love about Coconut Paradise. Popular for good reason, reservations at Coconut Paradise Chinatown are recommended to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Padi @ Bussorah restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • Kampong Glam
Located on Bussorah Street, Padi @ Bussorah serves up home-style Malaysian cuisine crafted from authentic, time-tested recipes. Specialising in nasi ambeng, a communal dish that allows you to try a mix of different Malaysian staples, Padi @ Bussorah is the perfect place for a big, group dinner with family or friends, and with its cosy setting and friendly service, we’re sure you’ll feel right at home. No matter if you’re a meat lover or vegetarian, you’ll find plenty of choices on the menu at Padi @ Bussorah, and everything is halal too. To guarantee a table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
A photo of Dancing Fish Signature - Singapore restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • Boulevard
Dancing Fish Signature Singapore specialises in a unique combination of Malaysian and Indonesian cuisines – and, Orchard locals can’t get enough. Perfect for catching up with friends or family, this stylish restaurant is the first space to open in Singapore, coming after huge success in Kuala Lumpur and now bringing the flavours of this iconic restaurant to Orchard Road. The talented team create balanced dishes made with fresh ingredients without any MSG or other nasties, plus the menu is brimming with a wide range of options we’re quite sure you’ll fall in love with. Aesthetically pleasing, carefully designed and award-winning, Dancing Fish Signature is a must for lovers of quality Asian cuisine. Reservations are this Singapore restaurant are essential to avoid disappointment.
A photo of Kota88 Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • Bedok
Kota88 Restaurant in Singapore specialises in Masakan Tionghoa Indonesia food, a delicious mix of Chinese and Indonesian cuisine originating from Chinese immigrants in Jakarta. You’ll find a fantastic range of classic Chinese recipes augmented with Indonesian spices, chilli and coconut milk. Located on East Coast Road in East Coast, Kota88 Restaurant is great for when you want a new take on an old favourite, or if you’re in the mood to try something a little different. kota88 reservation.
A photo of Gurame Indonesian Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • 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 Fiesta Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Indonesian • Queenstown
Fiesta Restaurant in Singapore serves some of Singapore’s freshest Chinese food. Yep, you heard that right – Fiesta Restaurant’s name might suggest it’s a Mexican or Spanish restaurant, but it’s far from that! Take your pick from delicious options like finely sliced tofu with century egg, fish filets in hot chili oil, Sichuan style double cooked pork belly, kung pao chicken, black pepper venison served on a hot plate and fried mutton sliced with cumin. You’ll find Fiesta Restaurant at the National University of Singapore Staff Club down Lower Kent Ridge Road, smack-dab in the heart of Buona Vista. Reserve ahead to secure a table at this busy restaurant.
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