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Best Pan-Asian Restaurants in Punggol


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A photo of Ponggol Seafood restaurant
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Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Punggol
Since 1969, Ponggol Seafood has been leading the charge in Singapore’s culinary world becoming a household name among seafood lovers and fish fanatics throughout the area. Famous for their chilli crab, the folks at this local legend are professionals when it comes to undersea delicacies, utilising cooking techniques and processes that have been passed down from generation to generation. Found on Punggol Point Road at Punggol Settlement, Ponggol Seafood is right on the water, perfect for al fresco dining and watching the fishing boats go by. The first of its kind in the area, Mr Ting Choon Teng built Ponggol Seafood to last, and there’s no signs of it slowing down anytime soon – come in for their buffet and taste the best dishes the restaurant has to offer. Book in advance to save a place.
A photo of Royal Palm Orchid Country Club restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Yishun
A resort-style dining venue in Singapore, Royal Palm at Orchid Country Club gets the art of elegant eating absolutely right. Located on Orchid Club Road in Yishun, you’ll find international cuisines to suit any palate at Royal Palm: local, western-style, Mediterranean, Indian and even seafood, all of which can be enjoyed as a halal lunch or dinner buffet every day. Royal Palm’s delicious food means making a reservation in this northern part of Singapore is absolutely worth it.
A photo of Georges At The Cove Singapore restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Pasir Ris
This Balinese beach bar and restaurant boasts stunning views out over the water, and its beautiful natural surroundings are enhanced by friendly staff and elegant decor to create a special ambience. Located beachfront along Pasir Ris Road, Georges At The Cove is the envy of many a Singapore eatery because the ability to sit under the stars and enjoy staggering panoramic views out to sea make this a unique dining experience. The busy kitchen serves up a mouthwatering spread of both Asian and western grill options, and even the fussiest of eaters will find something they love. It’s hard to fault Georges At The Cove, it’s a place to kick back, feel the gentle sea breeze on your face and enjoy good food, great music and superb drink deals at the bar. For those who deserve that little bit more than the norm, this spot fits the bill.
A photo of Wildseed Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Seletar
Wildseed Grill & Bar Singapore is the evening version of Wildseed Cafe. It’s one of the most charming and intimate places to eat in Seletar thanks to plenty of wild greenery and an edible garden that you’ll be sat in as you dine. There’s a bar menu if you’re just visiting Wildseed for a few drinks, but you’d be unwise to pass on the chance to enjoy Wildseed’s dinner and snacks menu. On it you will find pizzas and pasta dishes, platters that are built for sharing as well gourmet burgers and, of course, premium grilled dishes. Wildseed Grill & Bar Singapore is nestled away on Seletar’s Park Lane where it’s worth arriving with an advanced reservation if you want to be sure of a table.
A photo of Mei Ji Da Pai Dang restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Pan-asian • Yishun
Mei Ji Da Pai Dang in Singapore serves up some of the best steamboat delights around. This restaurant dishes out delicious seafood, Chinese specials and local favourites, so you’ll have plenty to choose from when dining at this friendly restaurant. The specialty here is definitely the fish head steamboat, a must try for seafood lovers and hotpot addicts alike. You’ll find Mei Jie Da Pai Dang on Singapore’s Yishun Avenue, steps from SAFRA Yishun and Dipterocarp Arboretum – no matter when you plan to visit, be sure to book a table ahead of time when visiting this busy steamboat restaurant.
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!
A photo of Walaku restaurant
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 New Ubin Zhongshan Park restaurant
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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