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Best Pan-Asian Restaurants in Paya Lebar

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A photo of Walaku restaurant
4.3
Awesome(141)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • 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 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung restaurant
4.4
Awesome(2)
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 Lee Do Restaurant restaurant
4.0
Excellent(71)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Geylang
Famous throughout Singapore for their cold crab, Lee Do Restaurant is an award-winning establishment serving up authentic Fuzhou cuisine. Located on Ubi Avenue in Paya Lebar, Lee Do Restaurant draws in Chinese cuisine loving foodies from all over the city-state. Begin your meal with some shark’s fin soup or the red wine chicken soup before sharing some suckling pig with friends or trying Lee Do Restaurant’s acclaimed cold crab dish. Other delicious options include grilled spiced prawns, half-shelled scallops with garlic, black pepper beef and braised pork ribs with broccoli. Finish your meal off with a traditional Chinese dessert like the longan with almond jelly or a refreshing fruit platter. To guarantee a table at Lee Do Restaurant, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
A photo of SHAO 燒 restaurant
4.2
Awesome(14)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Bedok
Chef Jack moved from London to open SHAO 燒 in Singapore armed with his passion for Chinese cuisine and great cooking skills. The menu here is large with a focus on seafood and a wide array of classic Chinese dishes. But it’s the signature BBQ crab that is the star attraction. Seasoned differently than Singapore’s classic chili crab, the BBQ crab at SHAO 燒 comes with your choice of chili, wasabi or a salt and pepper dip. The restaurant itself is minimally decorated yet it retains warmth and is inviting. All this makes for an elevated dining experience on Frankel Avenue in the heart of Singapore’s East Coast at SHAO 燒.
A photo of Noosh Noodle Bar & Grill restaurant
4.5
Awesome(0)
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 Feast @ East Buffet Restaurant restaurant
4.4
Awesome(6)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Marine Parade
Located on the third level of the Grand Mecure Singapore Roxy Hotel, Feast @ East Buffet Restaurant in Singapore is a feast for all the senses. Singaporean and Peranakan dishes comprise the menu. Local classics like laksa are usually available, but with a buffet setup and a daily revolving menu, there’s also something different on offer. Book a table and enjoy the new Feast Roxy inspired by the tropical foliage and the comforts of home is open with an All-Day Menu filled with culinary favourites such as Diving Laksa River Prawn, Possible Chicken-less Basil Rice and Cheesy Otah Panini.
A photo of Enjoy Eating House and Bar restaurant
4.0
Excellent(96)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Kembangan
Enjoy Eating House and Bar in Singapore believes that life is too short to not enjoy what you eat. As a result, Enjoy Eating strives to make sure every moment spent at the restaurant is a moment well spent. With great food and fantastic service, Enjoy Eating House and Bar is an absolute must for locals and tourists alike. Located on Jalan Besar in Bugis, they offer authentic and delicious Singaporean cuisine. Perfect for family outings, catching up with friends after work or even a romantic night out with your special someone, Enjoy Eating House and Bar is a delight from start to finish. But don’t risk missing out at this Singapore restaurant. Book your table in advance!
A photo of Crab at Bay Seafood Restaurant restaurant
4.1
Excellent(75)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Geylang
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. It’s not quite on a bay, but it might as well be given the maritime bounty on offer at this restaurant along MacPherson Road. Just a fifteen minute walk from MacPherson station, Crab at Bay Seafood Restaurant is a specialist when it comes to Chinese-style fish and seafood. Every day the kitchen sources Singapore’s freshest seafood, from clams and tiger prawns, to lobster, crabs, squid and an assortment of fish. The signature crab bee hoon is a big hit in the city-state, as is the classic steamed and buttered lobster. Looking for some esoteric Chinese classics? Go for the shark’s fin with crab meat soup, or moving away from seafood, the essence of chicken with frogs’ legs, whatever that is. You’ll just have to book a table and find out for yourself!
A photo of Le Xiao Chu 楽小厨. restaurant
4.3
Awesome(46)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Geylang
Le Xiao Chu 楽小厨 in the Balestier district, is fast becoming one of Singapore’s favourite Chinese restaurants. And, with its fantastic service, exquisite food and the fact that they’re open daily until late, it’s easy to see why. Locals can’t get enough of the chye poh tofu, Sichuan potatoes, mala yabbies and, of course, the extremely popular and absolute must try, claypot seafood porridge. Located on Balestier Road across the street from the Balestier Hill Shopping Centre and only a few minutes walk from the Toa Payoh MRT station, there is no reason not to book a table and see why everyone is falling in love with Le Xiao Chu 楽小厨.
A photo of New Ubin Zhongshan Park restaurant
4.3
Awesome(38)
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Novena
New Ubin Zhongshan Park in Balestier is a must-visit for lovers of Singapore’s tastiest seafood specialties. Well-known for its delectable zi char dishes, New Ubin’s menu is a celebration of big Asian flavours. Whether you choose to order the crispy pork jowl, the mud crab and bee hoon soup or the steamed red garoupa, you’re guaranteed to be raving about your meal for weeks to come.
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