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Serving Chinese cuisine informed by Western influences, the elegant restaurant and sibling of the well-loved PS. Cafe, is decorated in monotone hues, rustic wicker chairs and a blend of colonial-style and Asian architecture. Full-height glass windows allow for natural light to stream in; come nightfall, dine by the al fresco area for a romantic, sophisticated meal.
#01-23 Block 10, Dempsey Rd, Singapore 247700
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Located on the 40th storey of a CBD building, this rooftop dining outfit offers spectacular views of the cityscape from both its indoor dining room and outdoor terrace. On the food front, the restaurant prides itself on hearty Mediterranean fare created with sustainably sourced seafood and organic produce.
Level 40, CapitaGreen Rooftop, 138 Market St, Singapore 048946
NEXT: Da Paolo Bistro Bar →
For a laid-back yet sophisticated meal, this Italian bistro bar is it. Comfy sofas, casual wooden tables and chairs dot the woody space, the lush greenery giving you even more of a sense of repose. The restaurant offers wholesome Italian dishes with a twist; wash it all down with one of their refreshing signature cocktails.
3 Rochester Park, Singapore 139214
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Tucked away amidst the lush surroundings of One Rochester, its cosy alfresco dining area features a glass ceiling, giving the space a light and airy feel. Or head to the downstairs patio and dining room where its a different kind of charming: equal parts intimate and immaculate. The restaurant dishes up tasty Spanish and tapas dishes. Executive Chef Antonio Oviedo has years of experience at Michelin starred restaurants under his belt, so you’re in good hands!
NEXT: Whitegrass →
Decked in pretty pastel hues and whimsical murals, the Australian fine dining spot feels more like a dining room (one in a mansion, that is) than a restaurant. So, too, the food tastes as good as it looks. Must-tries include the melt-in-your-mouth Slow-Cooked Mangalica Pork and the Slow-Roasted Beetroot Salad with homemade duck ham, fresh plum, rosella jam and Tasmanian pepper berry.
#01-26/27 Chijmes, 30 Victoria St, Singapore 187996
NEXT: Beast And Butterflies →
Cosy meets quirky at Beast and Butterflies – plush sofas are framed with clusters of lava lamps that are therapeutic to watch; statement pieces such as designer armchairs embellish the restaurant, along with specially curated selections of books that also double up as decor. The cuisine? You might’ve guessed: Fusion done fantastically, with menu faves like Iberico Pork Rack with Asian chimichurri.
M Social Singapore, 90 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238260
NEXT: Nosh →
Sat amidst the enchanting Rochester park, Nosh’s al fresco desk is called The Greenhouse (no prizes for guessing why), with the calming botanical theme extending indoors. Befittingly, then, there’s everything to love about the vegetarian-friendly menu – more than half the items are either vegetarian or can easily accommodate vegetarian palates. Forget meat-free, though, for the eponymous Nosh Burger, a juicy beef patty with locally-inspired sambal bernaise.
9 Rochester Park, Singapore 139220
NEXT: Chop Suey →
By Michelle Lee, FEMALE, last updated September 2017
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