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Best Unspecified Restaurants in Boat Quay


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A photo of Chuān @ The Sixtieth restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Raffles Place
Located on the 60th storey of the iconic UOB Plaza in the heart of Singapore, Chuān @ The Sixtieth is a branch from the talented team behind Si Chuān Dou Hua. This spectacular dining space offers guests a 360-degree view of the city skyline, which makes for the perfect backdrop while you dine on mouthwatering Chinese fare and sip on your tipple of choice. This Raffles Place hotspot is ideal for business lunches, corporate functions and those special celebrations, and the menu is brimming with creative and enticing SiChuān and Cantonese dishes that if you’re anything like us, will have you coming back time and time again. So do yourself a favour and reserve a spot at Chuān @ The Sixtieth at Raffles Place – you won’t be disappointed.
A photo of Bull and Bear restaurant
Very Good(12)
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • China Square
Bull and Bear in Singapore serves top quality European inspired cuisine, such as pizzas, steaks and even fish and chips. Located on the corner of Cross and Pekin Street in the iconic Chinatown, Bull and Bear is perfect for catching up with friends over a drink and some fantastic food after a hard days work. This chic and cosy bar and restaurant offers both in and outdoor seating where you can sit back and relax enjoying the chilled out atmosphere as you catch the latest sporting event on one of their many big screen TVs. To avoid missing out, book your table in advance.
A photo of Bar on Chulia restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Phillip
Dear Diners, Kindly take note that reservations are not taken for Ladies Night on Wednesdays, from 6PM-7.30PM. For an easy after-work hangout in Raffles Place, head over to Bar On Chulia for a toast under the stars with a wide selection of beers, spirits and cocktails and the most amazing happy hour deals. Whatever your choice of poison might be, you’ll find it at this alfresco bar and bistro on Chulia Street in the heart of Singapore’s CBD. Feeling hungry? Ask the waiter about the mains, pastas and bar bites – we hear the poutine and Korean chicken wings are among its top sellers. Most importantly, don’t forget to reserve to make sure you get a seat at this popular downtown watering hole.
A photo of #Foodcoholic restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Kembangan
From Italy to India, #Foodcoholic fuse together Western and Indian favourites, so matter if you’re craving a curry, some pasta or an Italian pizza, this Circular Road joint is the place to go. With its relaxed setting and extensive menu of International cuisine, #Foodcoholic is the perfect place for when dining as a group, offering something to suit all tastes. Indulge in some Italian classics like the aglio olio with prawns or the Hawaiian pizza, chow down on a juicy burger, or tuck into a traditional Indian curry like the butter chicken, mutton rogan josh or paneer butter masala. The place where Singapore food addicts go to get their fix, spaces at #Foodcoholic in Boat Quay can fill up quickly. Book a table in advance to avoid missing out!
A photo of Group Therapy Cafe - Duxton restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • China Square
The Group Therapy Cafe in Singapore is on a mission to bring back community and meaningful relationships for the modern urban environment. They have created their cafe to encourage relationships to form over great food, coffee and sweet treats. You can find them on South Bridge Road in Telok Ayer, and once you’re inside the serene and relaxing setting, you can’t help but relax after a stressful day in the big city. Group Therapy Cafe offers a fantastic range of tasty food, from pancakes and crepes to fresh pasta and pies - so everyone will find something that they fancy. If you’re looking for a great place to relax and meet new people, the Group Therapy Cafe is the place for you!
A photo of Gyoza Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Phillip
Move over wine and cheese, there’s a new couple in town. Gyoza Bar in Singapore marries their beautiful handcrafted Japanese dumplings with organic champagne – resulting in some serious firework moments. Settle into their intimate hole-in-the-wall in Clarke Quay, where the smooth sounds of jazz and soul set the tone for a very cool evening indeed. Gyoza Bar’s menu is simple and sophisticated, where diners can choose from gyozas pan fried, boiled or swimming in a moreish soup. In addition to a wide variety of champagne, Japanese classics like plum wine, shochu and sake are available as well as premium wine and beer.
A photo of Molly Malone's Irish Pub restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • China Square
Molly Malone’s Irish Pub was established in 1995 and was the first Irish pub to open in Singapore. Located on Circular Road in Boat Quay Molly Malone’s Irish Pub’s menu is chock full of the classics with everything from fish and chips to traditional Irish lamb stew and even cottage pie. You can sit upstairs in the dining room, or take your meal al fresco in the beer garden, either way, you can't help but fall in love with Molly’s charm and inviting atmosphere. So whether you’re in for a swift half in the bar, a full night out or just want to enjoy the craic, you can’t go wrong with a table at Molly Malone’s Irish Pub.
A photo of BQ Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Kembangan
BQ Bar in Singapore is a stylish bar on the riverside that serves some of the best cocktails in town, including spectacular martinis and of course its famous mojito – and if you really want to get the party started, try the speciality shots. Located on Boat Quay, BQ Bar also serves a wide range of Western-inspired dishes that are sure to delight the taste buds and can be enjoyed in the comfort of the restaurant or al fresco on the patio by the water. Whether you’re after a place to chill and people watch for an afternoon, somewhere for a fun and fancy dinner, or to really cut loose and enjoy yourself, you can’t go wrong with a table at BQ Bar.
A photo of Post Bar restaurant
Very Good(5)
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • Clifford Pier
Located inside a heritage building dating back to 1929 and still retaining the beautiful original features like the coffered ceiling and ornate pillars, Post Bar radiates an old world charm, the perfect place for an elegant evening spent sipping on cocktails. Attracting guests from all over Singapore to its location on Fullerton Square in Raffles Place, spaces at Post Bar can fill up fast. Snag one of the best tables by making a reservation in advance!
A photo of The Hitsuji Club restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Unspecified • China Square
The Hitsuji Club in Singapore is the only eatery in Circular Road’s bustling hood to specialise in Jingisukan. For those in the dark about this traditional dish, Jingisukan is a Hokkaido style BBQ where lamb or mutton and veggies are cooked over a specialty grill. The Hitsuji Club carefully source their high-quality lamb direct from Hokkaido in Japan, with a selection of fresh vegetables, salad, rice, noodles, and typical Japanese snacks to accompany the star of the show. What’s more, each table is fitted with its own grill, providing a uniquely fun and interactive experience for you and your guests to cook the feast to your preferred perfection. An interesting array of Japanese sake, wine, whisky and beer is also available.
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