Dunman Food Centre is one of the smallest hawker centres in Singapore. Its size just make the quest for good food easy in this two storey food centre located at the junction of Dunman Road and Onan Road.
Locals in the know like to eat at Katong Square because it has varied and interesting F&B options, is relatively quiet and has convenient parking facilities. Enticing offerings of restaurants and cafes in Katong Square range from local kopi and craft beer to Taiwanese porridge and Peranakan pulled pork burger.
Bugis Junction is one of the most vibrant and popular shopping malls in Singapore. It is also a food destination with a wide range of F&B outlets. Here is The Ordinary Patrons (TOP) List of Bugis Junction Restaurants & Cafes which we hope will be useful as a food guide if you are deciding what to eat in Bugis Junction.
The hotel may not be big but there are separate Capitol Kempinski restaurants that focus on Thai, German, Spanish, Italian, Singapore, American, European and Japanese cuisines. It is an interesting place to eat near City Hall MRT, especially for lunch on a rainy day in Singapore.
18 Tai Seng, a mixed development with a small retail centre, has an interesting range of restaurants, cafes and eateries. 18 Tai Seng food options are diverse and include brands with Michelin Star pedigree, like Tim Ho Wan and Hawker Chan.
There are many good restaurants with takeaway menus in the city centre. Those of us living far away from the prime shopping belt and CBD have fewer options. Fortunately, there are still quite a few nice restaurants for takeouts outside the city. So if you are out in the West and want an alternative to your instant noodles, consider these affordable restaurants for takeaways in Jurong.