Singapore Restaurants that Don’t Take Reservations

Canton Paradise
This chill and casual Hong Kong eatery will tantalize your tastebuds with their range of dim sum and Cantonese fare.

In addition to good food, Jason Atherton adds his lively personality and touch to bring you an all-rounded experience here.

This Duxton Hill restaurant puts out great steaks as well as other French classics such as foie gras terrine and duck rillettes.

Lucha Loco
With its lively atmosphere and music, pretty decent service and grub, this is one of those places built for a good time.

The Market Grill
With an open-concept kitchen, zinc counter, and a 1.5 meter long live lobster tank, this restaurant serves mouth-watering mains and desserts.

Sabio Tapas Bar & Restaurant
The vibe and infectious energy of this restaurant serving Spanish cuisine will make the wait for a table worth the time.

Easy-on-the-pocket with its range of affordable food, this French spot has developed a legion of faithful regulars coming in for a hearty meal.

Tonkotsu King
Arguably the better of two joint openings by Tokyo-based chef Keisuke Takeda, this little 18-seater restaurant punches above its weight with some delightful Japanese cuisine on offer.