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Best Malaysian Restaurants in Clifford Pier


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A photo of The Landmark restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • Kampong Glam
With over 4,000 square feet, The Landmark is one of Singapore’s most extravagant dining destinations replete with three different dining spaces at the Village Hotel premises on Victoria Street. Whether you choose to stop in for a breakfast feast, an unforgettable lunch or dinner, or you want to host an event that leaves a lasting impression, The Landmark is where you can make it happen. With so many international choices to select from, you’ll have something new to try during each visit. Buffet highlights include the free-flow biryani; cereal tiger prawns; spicy chilli crab; assorted satays; fish head curry; roast beef slice; chicken kebab; sup tulang churros; ice cream and a whole lot more. Book now for an extravagant dinner at this Singapore landmark. Dear diners, please note that non-Quandoo vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with online bookings. If you wish to use non-Quandoo vouchers, please contact the restaurant directly.
A photo of Straits Chinese Signatures - Esplanade Mall restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • Kembangan
Since 1953, Straits Chinese Nonya has been serving up their brand of Peranakan cuisine to the people of Singapore. The Esplanade Plaza location – you’ll find the other branch in Keck Seng Tower – at Raffles Quay is known all over town for its commitment to great service, amazing food and a one-of-a-kind atmosphere. A magnet for foodies of all types, Straits Chinese Nonya prides itself on its authentic dishes and welcoming atmosphere, the perfect place to bring the whole family for a taste of real nyonya cuisine.
A photo of Padi @ Bussorah restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • 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 True Blue Cuisine restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • Bras Basah
True Blue Cuisine Singapore celebrates all-things Peranakan. Specialising in authentic and delicious Peranakan cuisine as well as showcasing the culture, lifestyle and history of the Peranakan people, True Blue Singapore is a haven for lovers of this iconic style of dining. Located in City Hall along Armenian Street, you can expect to find traditional fare served in three dining spaces all designed with impressive Peranakan art and furniture that creates a charming ambience. In terms of the menu, True Blue does not serve any pork or lard-based dishes, but instead offers delicious signature dishes including rendang sapi of beef simmered in a flavoursome coconut sauce; chap chye of cabbage stewed with vermicelli glass noodles, fungus and mushrooms, and plenty more besides. A favourite for good reason, book a table now at True Blue, located just next to the Peranakan Museum – you won’t be disappointed.
A photo of Coconut Paradise Amara restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • 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 Dancing Fish Signature - Singapore restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • 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 PeraMakan restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • Bukit Merah
Award-winning and utterly loved by locals, PeraMakan restaurant is a specialist in both traditional and contemporary Peranakan cuisine. It’s a restaurant that demonstrates how proud its owners are of their Peranakan heritage via food that’s bold, fresh and never with preservatives or additives. The menu offers something for everyone with an impressive variety of meat dishes as well as vibrant Peranakan salads and soups and just as many options for vegetarians. You’ll find PeraMakan Singapore at Harbourfront’s Keppel Club, not far at all from Telok Blangah or Labrador Park MRT stations. Reserve a table now.
A photo of Walaku restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • Geylang
Walaku is a cool and casual Singapore restaurant serving Asian, Western and Fusion cuisines in a way that we can’t get enough of. Whatever cuisine you go for, the food at Walaku is delicious, hearty and perfect for enjoying with your loved ones. You can expect everything from smoked duck laksa to black ink pasta. Then, for dessert, why not indulge in some waffles? You’ll find Walaku on Joo Chiat Road. It’s a great place to head with the family or a big group of friends for a wonderfully social meal out that’s guaranteed to leave you smiling. Reservations are essential.
A photo of Bijan restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • Geylang
Bijan in Singapore is the spot to go to if you’re in the mood for fantastic Malaysian cuisine prepared in a halal kitchen. If you’re in the mood to sing for your dinner, then Bijan’s special karaoke room is for you. Gather up a bunch of your nearest and dearest, get those vocal cords ready and warmed up with a nice spicy soup and get ready to sing your heart out. If you’re in need of something a bit more serious, then the meeting room is perfect to impress colleagues and business associates. Whatever your needs are really, Bijan has got it covered, so there’s no excuse not to head over to Guillemard Road in Paya Lebar and join the fun at Bijan. To avoid disappointment, advanced bookings are highly recommended.
A photo of Chilli Padi Nonya Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Malaysian • Geylang
So, you want to eat like the locals? Step over the threshold of Singapore’s Chilli Padi Nonya Restaurant and it’s immediately clear you’ve come to the right place. Housed in a large and colourful building on Joo Chiat Place, the space is full of quirky character where authentic decor adorns every surface. With a focus on traditional Peranakan cuisine, come hungry and ready to introduce your taste buds to a new side of Asian food.
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