Since its city of expats, there are plenty of different options for just about everyone...
The food really bummed me out. It was way too spicy and messed my stomach up so bad, i couldnt eat until lunch the next day.
The Soup Spoon is a popular joint, across malls, its part of the food court or a standalone restaurant. They serve some brilliant soups and wraps. I got a tomato soup, served with a little bread, for $5.50 you get quite a huge bowl. The small one is quite large.
My friend Sam, took us to Din Tai Fung @ The Wisma Atria. Apparently it was once voted one of the top restaurants in the world. The cuisine is mostly Taiwanese, quite impressive.
Egg Fried Rice, awfull !
Plain Garlic noodles, good stuff.
Veggie Dim Sum, awesome stuff, served with some soya, ginger shavings and hot sauce. The specialise in Dim Sum and rightly so.
While walking around near Marina Bay, we got hungry and checked into a cafe at random. Good call it turned out to be. The sandwich was fantastic, red peppers, mushrooms, dressing, aubergines.
2 Am, River Quay, got done clubbing and decided to check into some food. The wife makes brilliant choices when it comes to food but not this time. She skipped over the Lebanese place and choice a kathi roll guy.
Unimpressive on all counts. No taste, no spice, fresh paneer though.