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23 February 2017

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Eating in Singapore

Include Potato Head Folk in your itinerary for great burgers (there's even a vegetarian option on the menu). If you are bringing guests over for dinner, be sure to head upstairs to The Rooftop for lovely views of the city skyline and tasty cocktails. Address: 36 Keong Saik Road; Tel: +65 6327 1939; Email:

Eurasian cooking combines Southeast Asian flavours with Portuguese, Dutch and British influences. Try Quentin’s for favourites like devil’s curry, or head over to Mary’s Kafe, a Eurasian-Peranakan café known for their speciality chicken baksoh and braised pork ribs.

Indian food in Singapore is extremely popular. For prata, (fried flatbread, often served with curry), a local favourite, head to the popular Jalan Kayu. In Little India, try Muthu’s Curry for fish head curry or Komala Vilas Restaurant for vegetarian options.

You don’t need to venture far from the Chinatown area for great nightlife spots. The Club Street and Ann Siang Hill enclaves are peppered with trendy bars and vibrant watering holes – try Ding Dong for Southeast Asian-inspired cocktails (the whiskey-and-rum drink of Roti Kaya, a traditional breakfast, is intriguing; comes with pandan, coconut cream, and gula Melaka aka palm sugar), and food available in small plates and big plates, or The Club Hotel for joints like Peruvian rooftop bar Tiger's Milk (you get a lovely view of the city here) and B28 for their collection of over 200 different Scottish single malts and a spot of jazz.