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Best Pan-Asian Restaurants in China Square


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A photo of Royal Palm - Clarke Quay restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Kembangan
Make your special occasion one to remember at Royal Palm, a stunning event venue found inside The Central on Eu Tong Sen Street in Clarke Quay. With its chic and modern decor, amazing city views and an extensive menu of international cuisine catering to all dietary requirements, Royal Palm is the perfect place to hold a wedding, group function or corporate event. Located within walking distance of the Clarke Quay MRT Station, Royal Palm’s location couldn’t be more convenient. Book now for an unforgettable dining experience right in the heart of Singapore.
A photo of Town Restaurant restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Pan-asian • Clifford Pier
Town Restaurant is ideal for a power breakfast or idyllic dinner with views of the Singapore River. This vibrant restaurant will take you on a global gastronomic journey, with its focus on refined international flavours. Enjoy a choice of signatures or hearty selections, and wind down with balmy breezes from its al fresco deck — complete with a refreshing Happy Hour cocktail in hand. On Sundays, Town Restaurant is one of the top choices for brunch in the city, coming alive with merrymaking and gourmet indulgence.
A photo of The Courtyard restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Pan-asian • Clifford Pier
Located in the heart of the historic Fullerton Building, The Courtyard is a timelessly elegant setting for leisure dining and the daily ritual of English afternoon tea. - The Courtyard's Traditional Afternoon Tea experience stays true to the English ritual with a classic assortment of finely cut sandwiches and delicate pastries. On selected days, a harpist enchants the high-ceiling atrium with melodious tunes. Enjoy a round of storied teatime staples, from the simple yet elegant cucumber sandwich, favoured by aristocrats in the Victorian era, to the distinctive Battenberg Cake — a quintessentially English dessert, created in 1884 as the royal wedding cake for Princess Victoria, granddaughter of Queen Victoria, and Prince Louis of the Battenberg family.
A photo of Hickory restaurant
Very Good(10)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Boat Quay
Hickory in Singapore is a restaurant and bar that offers each and every one of its guests the warmest of welcomes. A venue with a real community spirit, this North Canal Road establishment boasts exciting food and drinks menus as well as a convivial atmosphere that you’ll want to bottle up and take home with you. From Australian steaks and cajun fries to large sharing platters, the food at Hickory is hearty and heavenly in equal measure. Add into the mix an ice-cold beer or an expertly crafted mojito, and you have all the ingredients needed for an entertaining evening. Moments away from Clarke Quay MRT stop, reserve yourself a table at Hickory today!
A photo of Babasan by Uncle Kiisu restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Kembangan
Located on Circular Road in Boat Quay, diners might walk past Babasan by Uncle Kiisu if it were not for the neon sign out front that draws you into its mix of loud, bright decor, yet with a touch of rustic ambience. Babasan by Uncle Kiisu specialises in telling stories through its food, such as with its take on the casual Japanese steamed egg being taken up a notch with the addition of truffle or mother of all wok porridge. There’s also the macbabasan, which is a play on the big mac, while ending the meal with a yuzu muah chee served with coconut ice-cream is always a good idea. Because you eat with your eyes first, great care is taken that each of their dishes is worthy of a post on Instagram. Large Instagram posts showing some of their signature dishes line the walls. Check out this quirky eatery for yourself and you won’t be disappointed.
A photo of Tandoori Culture - Boon Tat restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Chinatown
Popular with Singaporean foodies for good reason, the Boon Tat branch of Tandoori Culture is the place to go for an authentic Indian feast. As their name suggests, they specialise in fragrant food cooked in a traditional tandoor oven. If this sounds like a bit of you, book a table and head down to Telok Ayer today.
A photo of Izy Fook restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Chinatown
Izy Fook in Singapore is a chic and trendy restaurant that serves up stunning contemporary Japanese food. Everything from grilled swordfish with a seaweed sauce and parmesan cheese to melt-in-the-mouth grilled wagyu beef with Hokkaido rice and seasonal truffles is whipped up here. On top of the fantastic quality of food, Izy Fook also boasts a wonderful range of drinks from wine and beer to traditional sake imported from Japan. Located on Club Street in Chinatown, reserve a table at Izy Fook and discover some of the best Japanese food in Singapore!
A photo of 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Kembangan
The menu at 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung reveals the more subtle aspects of Michelin-starred Chef Alvin Leung’s epicurious genius. It showcases a fascinating array of his favourite Asian recipes inspired by his travels around Asia, particularly the cuisines of Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Singapore. Chef Alvin’s creative twists on well-known Asian classics breathe new life into old, familiar recipes and inspire a fresh appreciation for the flavours and ingredients you always thought you knew. The centrepiece of the restaurant’s open kitchen is the hot coal grill. Serving up a selection of mouth-watering meats and seafood chargrilled to perfection throughout the week, the Demon Grill is the star attraction of the restaurant.
A photo of Noosh Noodle Bar & Grill restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Kembangan
Singapore’s Noosh Noodle Bar & Grill is an Asian restaurant like no other. Situated in the Esplanade on Raffles Avenue, head chef Ummi Abdullah serves up Halal dishes that fuse the best of Eastern and Western cooking. That means that at Noosh Noodle Bar & Grill you’ll find curly fries on the menu alongside Asian dishes like Niboshi ramen or Laksa.
A photo of Teochew Restaurant Huat Kee restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Tanglin
Since 1969, Teochew Restaurant Huat Kee has been serving up traditional Teochew cuisine to the people of Singapore, from its humble beginnings as a small outlet on the pavement of a coffee shop to an elegantly decorated upscale eatery located inside the RELC building on Orange Grove Road in Orchard. Among the most famous of the Chinese cuisines, Teochew Restaurant Huat Kee is a popular choice among the foodies of Singapore and here you can experience some of the most authentic that the city-state has to offer. Chow down on some steamed pomfret or cold crab and tucked into one of Teochew Restaurant’s signature dishes like the yam paste with pumpkin and gingko nuts. Book a table now! See below for Teochew Restaurant Huat Kee's special menus!
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