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Best Southeast Asian Restaurants in Tanjong Pagar


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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 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 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 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!
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 Sky22 restaurant
Price: Very Expensive
• Southeast asian • Novena
Helmed by Executive Chef John Chye, Sky22 features a variety of dishes that satisfies the most discerning palate. With expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, enjoy a hearty meal with panoramic views of the city skyline. Sky22 is committed to using premium ingredients and local aromatics to create signature dishes such as Wagyu Beef Cheek Bourguignon and Tiger Prawn Laksa.Farm-to-Table: Mid Tier certified by SFA.
A photo of Dabbawalla restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Kembangan
"Dabbawalla" is an esteemed restaurant renowned for its authentic Indian cuisine. What sets it apart, according to its reviews, is not just the food but also the service. One patron especially appreciated their host, Ronnie, implying the staff's dedication to providing an excellent dining experience. While the specific details of the menu aren't mentioned, the reference to Dabbawalla, a term used in India for people who deliver home-cooked meals, might suggest a focus on traditional, homestyle Indian dishes. It's clear that Dabbawalla has mastered the art of bringing the genuine tastes of India to their guests, ensuring a memorable culinary experience.
A photo of Wan He Lou 萬合樓 restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Kembangan
Wan He Lou Singapore is where to head for authentic Chinese fare at prices that won’t break the bank. You’ll find Wan He Lou on Maude Road, about equidistant between Lavender and Jalan Besar MRT stations, where the menu is laced with quality and features award-winning dishes like the chef’s signature lobster porridge as well as crocodile soup, salted egg yolk crab and much more. Open for lunch as well as dinner, Wan He Lou Singapore is impossible to miss owing to its gorgeous exterior and an interior that is cosy and always welcoming. This is one not to miss so be sure to reserve ahead of time if you want to snag a table.
A photo of Bar Bar Black Sheep - Robertson Quay restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Southeast asian • Kembangan
Dear diners, please be aware that if reserving a table at this restaurant for lunch, you may only order from the a la carte menu. Dine in the open along the banks of the Singapore River at Bar Bar Black Sheep - Robertson Quay, a casual bar restaurant in an upmarket district that offers great drinks and simple yet satisfying options in Thai, northern Indian and western cuisine. Its multi-ethnic array of dishes includes all-time favourites from burgers to green curry chicken, as well as a tandoori platter of chicken tikka, kebab, prawns and fish that’s ideal for sharing. In terms of drinks, you simply have to try the signature Bar Bar Black Sheep craft beer, and the bonus on top of all that? There’s no GST or service charge, meaning this place is usually packed to the brim. Reserve your seats today!
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