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Best Mediterranean Restaurants in Serangoon


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A photo of Al Borgo restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Tanglin
Serving Italian specialties that are as pleasing to look at as they are to eat, Al Borgo in Singapore’s Bukit Timah has quickly made a name for itself owing to its traditional Mediterranean cuisine. Complete with a classy, comfortable environment and a large menu of Italian wines, Al Borgo has an atmosphere that’s ideal for both a romantic evening or a casual lunch with the family. Situated on Bukit Timah Road, right at Alocassia Apartments, Al Borgo is serving a taste of Italy to Singapore’s food lovers.
A photo of Beirut Grill restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Kampong Glam
Standing proudly on the historic Bussorah Street in the Bugis and Arab Street neighbourhood, Beirut Grill is a boutique Arabic lounge boasting authentic Lebanese and Middle Eastern flavours, great entertainment and a picturesque backdrop of the majestic Sultan Mosque. When you come to wine and dine at this award-winning venue, expect only the best. The team sources high quality spices and herbs direct from the finest shops in Lebanon resulting in famous mezza dishes, mouth-watering kebab platters, sizzling kefalotyri cheese and so much more. On weekends, diners are treated to lively bellydancing and Arabic music to enjoy indoors or al fresco style. Beirut Grill has been showered in praise over the last few years – including scoring the TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Award, a listing on TimeOut’s Recommended Restaurants for 2020 and the title of Wine & Dine’s Singapore’s Top Restaurant for the third year in a row. Book a table at beirut grill singapore now!
A photo of Tapas Club - Orchard Central restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Somerset
Tapas Club Orchard Central is bringing the food of Spain to Singapore, giving locals the chance to savour the flavours and quality that make Iberian Peninsula cuisine so popular. Serving classic Spanish tapas in a bustling dining space, this Orchard restaurant is dedicated to authenticity and atmosphere. This starts with the food and guests can expect a menu featuring both traditional recipes and premium ingredients. Make a reservation and taste traditional Spanish food.
A photo of Alaturka restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Kampong Glam
Widely regarded as one of the best Turkish restaurants in Singapore, Alaturka is an eatery with a loyal following of fans. Home to some of the city’s finest Mediterranean-inspired fare, this Bussorah Street venue brings traditional Turkish dishes to life. Incredibly authentic and at times irresistible, Alaturka’s selection of refreshing salads, seafood mains and grilled meat kebabs are sure to set pulses racing with excitement.
A photo of 21 on Rajah restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Novena
One of the most sought-after restaurants in Balestier, 21 on Rajah is well known for its warm hospitality and legendary buffets. One can’t help but fall in love with the Mediterranean and Asian fare at 21 on Rajah, with each tantalising dish plated to perfection. Notable highlights from the menu include an Asian-inspired smoked duck salad, braised lamb tagine with prunes and an indulgent strawberry shortcake. Big fans of communal dining, the team at this stylish Singapore spot go above and beyond to ensure every minute you spend here is an enjoyable one. A halal restaurant that truly ticks every box, we recommend making your way down to 21 on Rajah sooner rather than later.
A photo of IstanBlue Meze & Grill House restaurant
Very Good(59)
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Kampong Glam
Dear diners, please be aware that non-Quandoo vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with online booking. If you wish to use non-Quandoo vouchers, please contact the restaurant directly. Baghdad Street in Singapore is packed with Middle Eastern eateries, but nowhere else can you find the incredible baloon bread than at number 17 Baghdad Street, the site of MAVI Restaurant & Grill. An extensive menu is on offer here, with all grilled dishes being cooked over a traditional Turkish charcoal fire. Turkish coffee is of course available, but who could ignore capping off a mixed mezze platter with a cup of traditional Turkish tea? Found in Bugis, Istanblue is right in the heart of Singapore.
A photo of Istanbul Turkish Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Kampong Glam
Istanbul Turkish Restaurant in Singapore prides itself on its authentic decor and atmosphere that will transport you to the Middle East from the moment you step inside. Authentic Turkish food is in easy reach as they are situated in the heart of Bugis on Baghdad Street, only a short walk from the Bugis MRT Station. So, whether you have a hankering for baba ganoush or a classic shish kebab, you’re never far away. Their menu includes loads of traditional Turkish and Middle Eastern dishes, as well as some newer ones, from many different types of kofte to a Turkish take on pizza with lamb, mozzarella and an egg. Book your table through Quandoo today!
A photo of Deli Moroccan restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Kampong Glam
Singapore’s Bugis district has a firm ambassador for Moroccan cuisine in Deli Moroccan. Bugis itself is named for the Indonesian Buginese people, who converted to Islam some five centuries ago. The Islamic influence is indeed strong in Deli Moroccan, whose dishes bear the imprint of Mediterranean, Berber, and Andalusian traditions. Indeed, Moroccan cuisine is one of the most diverse in the world, and Deli Moroccan’s Bussorah Street premises are the perfect showcase for these warm, delicately spiced specialities. Check Deli Moroccan’s lunch specials!
A photo of La Cala restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Bugis
La Cala Singapore is a Spanish and Mediterranean restaurant in the heart of Bugis, one that we really can’t get enough of. It’s a contemporary space on Fraser Street that’s casual and great for lunch or dinner. The menu is as authentically Spanish as it gets and features tapas, paella, fresh fish and seafood, premium meat and a few options fresh from the charcoal oven to boot. There’s so much to recommend, but we really love the pigeon paella or the Catalan-style slow-cooked lamb rack. La Cala Singapore is right by Bugis MRT so it’s easy to get to no matter where you’re coming from, just be sure to arrive armed with an advance reservation.
A photo of Pano Kato restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Mediterranean • Tanglin subzone
Adored by foodies across Singapore, Pano Kato's love for authentic Mediterranean cuisine knows no bounds. From classic Greek dishes with grilled meat and fish to wood-fired Italian pizzas, the chefs at this Tanglin Road spot enjoy whipping up some scintillating food. In fact, just one glance at Pano Kato’s menu should be enough to have you on the edge of your seat. Add into the mix the fact that Pano Kato also serves up some of the finest coffee in the neighbourhood and you’ll soon see why this restaurant and deli is the talk of the town. Conveniently located in Tanglin Mall, we recommend snapping up a table reservation at Pano Kato at the first possible opportunity.
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