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Tandoori Mixed Grill Platter
Indian Express
Comfort North Indian food from the people behind The Song of India, at a steal
Olivia Restaurant & Lounge
Authentic Barcelona food from the heart in a homey space in Keong Saik
Teppan Kappou Kenji
Tanjong Pagar omakase and teppanyaki with great value
Quality brews and homemade cakes tucked away in Bukit Timah
Garlic-Baked Crab
New Ubin Zhongshan Park
New Ubin Seafood finds its newest space—a hotel
Pasta Supremo
Affordable handmade pasta bowls smack in the city
Floral themed, artistically minimalist cafe offering fruity teas
Baan Ying Singapore
Bangkok bistro Baan Ying brings Thai favourites to Novena
HeyTea Clarke Quay
The pioneer of cheese teas, now with a boozy upgrade in Clarke Quay
Kilo Kitchen
Kilo Kitchen
New beginnings and familiar plates for Kilo Kitchen
Baristart Coffee Singapore
Baristart Coffee
Hokkaido-famous milky lattes with fancy latte art on Tras Street 
Gaston Burgundy Bistro & Wine Bar
Homey Burgundian hospitality on lively Keong Saik
The Meta Group's mod-Indian grill taking Southeast Asian flavours to the next level
Singapore Laksa
15 Stamford by Alvin Leung
The self-styled Demon Chef takes on Asian comfort food at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
The Botanic
The Botanic
A greenhouse of healthy Mediterranean-style eats at Raffles City
Crostini E Fungi
The Mast
Hand-stretched Italian cheese heaven for mozza maniacs
Supreme Cheese Strawberry and Strawberry Blush Mystique
Cheese teas and cutesy soft breads in this bakery-cafe
House of Happiness
Claypot rice gets a modern twist in Bedok
Fat Chap
Fat Chap
Asian street food and drinks at Suntec City
Prawn & Seafood Bite
The Wine & Gourmet Friends
Cosy spot in Chinatown for casual tapas and wine
Violet Oon Singapore at Ion Orchard
All-day Peranakan dining on Singapore’s busiest shopping street
La Cortina
Fine dining with levity at Frasers Tower
Spanish Octopus
Restaurant JAG
French degustation menus along Duxton Road
King's Chicken Hash Benedict
Halcyon & Crane
From the people behind Birds of A Feather, brunch classics with a Sichuan twist