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Best Southeast Asian Restaurants in China Square


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A photo of Gin Khao One Raffles Place restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Raffles Place
There’s more to Gin Khao One Raffles Place than its signature watermelon fried rice. This 65-seater Raffles Place restaurant located in the heart of Singapore’s CBD is taking Thai cuisine to new heights, with its brigade of highly-qualified chefs adept in presenting a unique and experimental take on time-honoured dishes, without any compromise in standards. A hit with busy executives based around Raffles Place, the service here is outstanding as well – a true hallmark of Thai hospitality. Seats tend to fill up quickly, so why not book ahead to avoid disappointment?
A photo of Tandoori Culture - Boon Tat restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast 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 Un-Yang-Kor-Dai restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Kembangan
Un-Yang-Kor-Dai in Singapore serves up an eclectic mix of Lao, Thai and Isan cuisine that is taking the city by storm! Located on South Bridge Road in Raffles Place this hyper-stylish restaurant features an open kitchen and an interior that’s decorated with community artwork and handicrafts which gives it a real homely and charming atmosphere. All this makes it the perfect place for getting together with friends to catch up over great food or for bringing the family together for a treat. If you’re looking for a great range of truly spectacular Asian cuisine, then look no further than Un-Yang-Kor-Dai. Space is limited though so don’t forget to book beforehand.
A photo of Pagi Sore – Telok Ayer restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • China Square
Chef Liyana Kwan has been leading Pagi Sore to the top of Singapore’s food ranks for over a quarter-century, but she and her son are as dedicated as ever to keeping things fresh and progressive, while also displaying a deep respect for culinary traditions. Pagi Sore’s restaurant at Far East Square is the guiding light for contemporary Indonesian food in Telok Ayer, and there is no better place to take the pulse of Indonesian cuisine in Singapore.
A photo of 79 After Dark restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Kembangan
79 After Dark is one of Singapore’s most exciting restaurants. Located in the lively and buzzing Boat Quay, this chic restaurant and bar takes its name from the eclectic ambience of the area, which comes to life when the sun goes down. Serving modern Asian and North Indian cuisine, you’ll find a unique and creative selection of dishes that are cooked to perfection and laden with fresh herbs and spices. Over the weekend, the atmosphere at 79 After Dark in Boat Quay is relaxed and you’ll find live DJs and al fresco dining options where you can take in all the action of Circular Road. Popular among Singapore locals and visitors alike, reservations here are recommended to guarantee your spot!
A photo of Mirch Masalah restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Boat Quay
Mirch Masalah Singapore is a North Indian restaurant that we can’t get enough of. Right on Boat Quay, it’s river-facing and a wonderfully relaxing and casual spot to enjoy authentic North Indian food with your friends. The menu is high-quality and laced with flavour, consisting of plenty that’s vegetarian as well as plenty that’s not. Then, as well as the food, Mirch Masalah Singapore has plenty of beers, wines and spirits to make things even more enjoyable. For a relaxing and utterly delicious time on Boat Quay, look no further than Mirch Masalah Singapore and be sure to arrive armed with an advanced reservation. You’ll need it.
A photo of True Blue Cuisine restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • 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 Annalakshmi restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Clarke Quay
Annalakshmi Singapore is an authentic, extremely popular Indian vegetarian restaurant, not far at all from Clarke Quay MRT. The all-you-can-eat buffet here is one of the tastiest, most affordable buffets we know of in this part of the city, and absolutely all of the food is 100% vegetarian, with plenty of vegan options as well. Annalakshmi is a great restaurant for a casual meal with friends or family and you’ll find it on Havelock Road, Central Square. It’s open for lunch as well as dinner, and the humble authenticity will definitely leave you smiling. Reservations at Annalakshmi are always a good idea if you want to be sure of a table.
A photo of Kitchen Kumars restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Chinatown
Kitchen Kumars in Singapore is a family-run restaurant and bar bringing a contemporary edge to Tanjong Pagar’s dining out scene. Perched on the picturesque Duxton Hill, this welcoming eatery focuses on modern Indian cuisine and serves tapas-style sharing plates like Indochinese lollipop chicken, papadam tacos and onion bombs. Guests can also expect signature mains like lamb shank and chicken biriyani, as well as a few pizzas. The moreish food is perfectly paired with Kitchen Kumars drinks list which includes local fusion cocktails, beer and spirits. There’s always daily promos and drinks specials, which is just one more reason to visit this laid back and inviting Singapore restaurant and bar. Check them out today!
A photo of TingKat PeraMakan restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Kembangan
Situated on Owen Road in Farrer Park, TingKat PeraMakan Singapore specialise in excellent Asian cuisine. The name ‘PeraMakan’ is a play on words that combines the words for ‘local-born’ and ‘to eat’, so you will find the Singapore and Peranakan cultures combining perfectly at TingKat PeraMakan. If you love eating as much as we do, you can look forward to tucking into dishes such as beef rendang (shin beef braised in spicy coconut sauce till tender and served with spicy fried coconut flakes) or if you’d prefer some seafood, opt for some sotong panggang (fresh pieces of squid marinated in fragrant spices and served with cabbage salad). With dishes like this on the menu and an excellent atmosphere, we’d highly advise nabbing a table today!
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