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Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destinations. Visitors and travellers from all over the world visit Singapore to enjoy awesome sights, great shopping and mouth watering food. Singapore has an exciting range of culinary styles and dishes which are influenced by Chinese, Malaya, Indian and Eurasian cuisines. If you happen to visit Singapore in April, you can relish good food at the Singapore Food Festival! Enjoy sumptuous meals in style. The following is a list of some of the more popular European and other restaurants & eating joints in Singapore..

• Padang Palace Restaurant – Formerly known as Pearl Dragon, this place continues the tradition with mouth watering Chinese delicacies including Dim Sum. 2nd Level Singapore Recreation Club B Connaught Drive, (S) 179882, Tel: (65) 6338 9595 Fax: (65) 6337 9595, www.padangpalace.com.sg, src@padangpalace.com.sg

• House of Sudanese Restaurant – If you like Indonesian food, you will love House of Sudanese! #B1-063 Suntec City Mall 6334 1012, and the perfect place for riverside dining at 55 & 55A Boat Quay 6534 3775

• Tandoor – Named after an Indian cooking style, this award-winning Tandoor North Indian Restaurant serves excellent Indian spicy food. Try the palak paneer (spinach cooked with cottage cheese) with garlic naan and the best curries in town. Holiday Inn Park View, Basement 1, 11 Cavenagh Road, (S) 229616, Tel: (65) 6733 8333

• Lemongrass – One of four outlets, this branch of the Thai restaurant offers plenty of salads, Thai delicacies and not to be missed desserts! With a prefect blend of spices & herbs, their chefs have squeezed every ounce of flavours from the freshest ingredient to present the most delicious Thai food. 260 Orchard Road, #05-02A The Heeren, (S) 238855, Tel: (65) 6736-1998, Fax: (65) 6734-1998, www.lemongrass.com.sg

• Golden Peony – Enjoy Cantonese cuisine here, and their Dim Sum is legendary… a special design and creation. You get to appreciate the creativity of the chef thru their creations and the efforts spent to make the dim sum. Also if you like to eat Soon Hock, try this place. 3F, Conrad Centennial Singapore, 2 Temasek Boulevard, 038982, Tel: 64327481

• Original Sin Mediterranean Restaurant – A must visit for traditional, Mediterranean food like baba ghanouj, tzatziki, and hummus served with olives, feta, and pita bread. Be adventurous and go for the moussaka and risotto dishes, or if your timid, try the pizzas, loaded with interesting Middle Eastern toppings. Blk 43 #01-62 Jalan Merah Saga, Chip Bee Gardens, Holland Village, (S) 278116, Tel: (65) 6475-5605, www.originalsin.com.sg, martini@singnet.com.sg

• One Ninety – From breakfast to meals through the day, visit One Ninety for continental, Japanese and other delicacies. Sunday brunch is a highlight, including an international dessert buffet. Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646 +65 6734 1110

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• Just Steak – Visit for all American delicacies. The steaks here are cooked to perfection and at a reasonable price. Their menu also has seafoods & poultry dishes as well. 20 Upper Circular Road, The Riverwalk #01-42/49, Tel: 6438-5522

• Olive Tree – Popular for its Mediterranean lunch and dinner buffets, the selection is unbelievably wide, and the buffet, delivers in terms of quality as well as quantity. Recommended is the Spanish paella, creamy wild mushroom cappuccino soup and many other dishes. 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966 +65 6431 1061, sinhb-dining@interconti.com, http://singapore.interconti.com/dining/di02a.html

• O’ Briens Irish Sandwich Bar – Several locations around town, look for the friendly sign if you want to grab a quick bite, this is the place to get the best soups and salads at a fair price. Tasty sandwiches await you!

• Rang Mahal – North Indian Cuisines at its best, the food here really packs a punch. In terms of quality and taste, this is one of the best Indian places in Singapore. Try the lamb kebab dish, it’s spicy enough to make your tastebuds tingle but not hot enough to give you a heart attack. The rest of the indian staples like rogan josh, saag paneer are all worth trying too! 3F, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, 039595, Tel: 6333 1788

• Komala’s Restaurant – Take a break during your explorations around Little India and stop in for some vegetarian delights, this is a good option for exploring Malaysian, Sri Lankan, Indian and Thai food. Four outlets in Singapore, the best one is at 330-332 Serangoon Road, (S) 218113, Tel: 6293 4464, www.komalasweb.com.


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