VLV Singapore Restaurant

3A River Valley Road #01-02, Singapore 179020

VLV Singapore, a peerless global destination for the lifestyle connoisseurs.

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The Crispy Seafood Rice Roll ($8.80) is an unique take from the usual cheong fun. It has a delightful textural combination, starting from the smooth rice roll, crispy batter and succulent shrimp.
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Prices may be on the premium end, but you get what you pay for. The food here is totally worth it; and the well-heeled agree.
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Overall, although some dishes paled in comparison to the rest, VLV riverside still poses as a great option for a zi-char fix when one is in the vicinity.

Element Restaurant - Amara Hotel Restaurant

165 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088539

The newly renovated Element at Amara Singapore is a unique restaurant-bar that fuses food, drink, and lifestyle in a sensational, all-embracing concept. Located at the heart of Tanjong Pagar, the next dining and lifestyle epicentre of Singapore, Element offers a first-of-its-kind, multi-cultural, multi-generational, and multi-occasion F&B experience in an integrated and inspirational environment. At Element, multiple "elements" come together at play!

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The food quality at Element restaurant has improved compared to my visit few years back.
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Element at Amara has gotten theirs ready with the Christmas Highlights Dinner ($138++ per pax). These highlights are only available on 24, 25 and 31 December.
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Really good value for money, so advance reservations are highly recommended!

VENUE By Sebastian Restaurant

Downtown Gallery, #01-02, 6A Shenton Way, Singapore 068815

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I actually don't like camembert, but the Alleosse Camembert ($15) was brilliantly matched with pickled beetroot and a stout port reduction to balance out the intense pungency of the cheese.
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Overall we had a pleasant dinner. The service staffs are friendly and attentive I would say.
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This casual modern European restaurant with a touch of Asian flavors is helmed by Chef-Owner Sebastian Ng, former Chef-Owner of the now defunct Restaurant Ember, and Chef de Cuisine Jonathan Lee, former Head Chef of Artichoke.

Tamoya Udon and Tempura たも屋うどん-シンガポール Restaurant

177 River Valley Road, Liagn Court Shopping Centre #01-32, Singapore 179030

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猪肉赞岐美人麺(Pork Sanuki,$10.80)汤头为咸香酱油高汤,猪肉片肥瘦均匀,同样是简单烫熟,没有额外调味,吃起来清淡却够味,饱足温暖,不油不腻。
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It has been a while since I last returned to Tamoya Udon, and glad to see that they give taste consistent, introduce new dishes, yet still keep prices competitive.
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There is no doubt Tamoya's udon is really one of the best in Singapore, given its chewy and smooth texture.

Dehesa Restaurant

12 N Canal Rd, Singapore 048825

Dehesa (which in Spanish means “grasslands” – home of the Iberico pig) is an escape from the ordinary. The only front-runner of the nose to tail eating revolution in Singapore, it is the home of distinctive, made-from-scratch and robustly flavoured alternative cut and offal delicacies, as well as succulent classic cut specialities with a commitment to whole animal usage.

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If you are in for a afternoon tipple, simple cocktails and house pours are available too.
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Because if there is one place that champions the goodness that is an animal’s insides marvellously, it’s Dehesa.
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Dehesa is a great dining option in Raffles Place. The food is delicious with no fancy gimmicks, and is easily one of the best casual Spanish dining restaurants in Singapore.

Lime Restaurant Restaurant

3 Upper Pickering St, Singapore 058289

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This is where you can find lobsters cooked in various different ways… from au natural chilled, wok-fried, grilled to local renditions such as Lobster Laksa, all at a single place.
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My favourite has to be the Braised Fish Fillet in Traditional Five Spice Soya Sauce. I loved that layer of crispy fish skin that cracked apart with a loud crunch right before I sunk my teeth into the succulent white fish.
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Hopefully the restaurant will do a minor tweak and bring back the scones for the high tea menu.

Birds Of A Feather Restaurant

115 Amoy St, Singapore

All-day dining cafe & bar. Contemporary Western cuisine with a pronounced Szechuan inspiration.

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You can completely walk in to savour a slice of cake with coffee brewed from beans roasted in China by the owner’s chain of 40 cafés branded Good Wood Coffee, most of which are in Chengdu.
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Overall the dishes here are worth-checking out if you are adventurous enough to have a taste of modern Sichuan cuisines.
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I've been to Birds of a Feather three times, and I can foresee myself returning again, and again. Not only is the food great, the service is commendable too.

Moosehead Kitchen & Bar Restaurant

110 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068579

Cuisine with ‘edge,' non-mainstream, freestyle and global, with a core of Mediterranean flavors and influences from around the world.

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Every dish is a beautiful ensemble of lovely flavours and a showcase of fine produce.
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I didn't quite feel Moosehead has made a statement as much as my very first visit. But the complexity of the dishes still shines, not to forget the upbeat ambience of this small space. Perhaps that explains the crowd day in and out.
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Interesting dishes and flavours, despite my return visit. If you haven’t tried the food at Moosehead yet, it’s still not too late.

Blue Lotus - Chinese Grill House Restaurant

5 Wallich Street #01-13 Tanjong Pagar Centre Singapore

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If you are looking for a modern Chinese restaurant with Western influences and at a convenient location, Blue Lotus Chinese Grill is one option to consider; despite some hits and misses with the dishes I tried.
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The staffs are friendly and approachable. We even had a chat with one of the service staff. The dishes here are generally delectable and I will be back to check out their other dishes in the menu.
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The tang yuan is dusted lightly with salt, which gives it a sweet-salty flavor: quite nice.

Cook & Brew Restaurant

12 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 2, Singapore 018961

Revive your spirit and elevate your senses at The Westin Singapore, overlooking the vibrant Marina Bay area in the heart of Singapore's financial district.

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It’s the perfect setting for a night of drinking and fun.
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Overall, it was indeed another memorable meal at Cook and Brew. The portion was generous and almost need to be rolled out like a wine barrel from the restaurant. Definitely, a place to consider for this year festive dining. Cheers!!
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The best time to visit? FRIDAYS. House pour wines and beers are only $10 and cocktails are priced at $12 nett!

NIKU KATSUMATA 肉 勝又 Restaurant

47 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089511

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One day I'd like to come here to try their dinner (interestingly, they cook on crystal platters, allegedly for more evenly spread heat), but I definitely can't be the one paying.
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来到新加坡,肉勝又位于Duxton Road老店屋,狭长型店面只有28个座位,置身其中却不至于有一股油烟味。
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Price-point is reasonable, not just for the dishes but also for the alcoholic beverages when you dine at the restaurant during happy hours.

Sama Curry & Cafe Restaurant

6A Shenton Way, #03-26, Singapore 068809

Sama serves authentic Japanese soup curry. Get ready to taste the furiously delicious soup curry in 3 different spice levels! Bring on the bears!

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The shop is clean and spacious, and is open on Saturday as well. Place your order at the counter and choose the mains, then soup base and finally the spice level before making payment. Ice water is complimentary.
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Food at Sama Curry & Cafe is all about Japanese soup curry.
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For the average Singaporean, I would recommend a spiciness level of 10-15. It lets you get a taste of the spice without it overpowering the flavour of the soup. We’ll be back to try the other soup bases in the future!

The Coconut Club Restaurant

6 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069787

Nasi Lemak & Cendol. Gluten-Free version available upon request. No pork nor lard on the menu.

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I'd give the team props for audaciously serving Malaysia's pride and making it signature. For this particular dish, I'm still that hawker girl who'd prefer to sweat it out.
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There are a small selection of add-ons to your nasi lemak and a must-try is the Sambal Lala ($) which briny sweetness was the perfect complement to the kick of the thin chilli blend.
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It’s great to have both of my favorites from the same place! It was a small bowl for $3.80 but take my money. My only regret was that I agreed to share my dessert. Never again…

Ka-Soh Restaurant Restaurant

2 College Rd, Singapore 169850

Ka Soh Restaurant, also known as Swee Kee Fish Head Noodle House, is famous for its Fish Head Noodles.

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First things, first. The soup, and it was very good, in that it was the real deal.
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They lived up to our expectations in terms of the flavours of their food and it is not surprising to see a huge crowd patronising their restaurant during peak hours.
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Personally, I find the standard at Ka-Soh Restaurant At Alumni Medical Centre dropped though overall was still considerably delicious.

Botanist Restaurant

74 Neil Rd, Singapore 088839

A cafe near CBD that serves delicious cuppa and grub

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I ordered the highly recommended Breakfast Platter and got them to change the corn to salad coz hard to eat corn with braces. I have nothing to complain about this well executed platter.
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All their beans are supplied by the Knockhouse Supply Co. in the same building. My coffee was uber-smooth, creamy and full-bodied.
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About 2/3 of the seating area is al-fresco. There are some seats indoors but I wouldn’t recommend sitting there because the space is rather narrow, it’s directly next to the ordering queue and the cooking smell is stronger there.

Five Ten Restaurant

237 South Bridge Road Singapore

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FIVE-TEN being run by kitchen wizards have recently taken to putting some new-fangled dishes to their solid menu including Steamed Live Lobster ($15) and Poached Cod in Soy Sauce ($15); fantastic for those who love affordable luxuries.
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For some reasons, their tripe was served on skewers. These were the only things on skewers. But they were good.
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Start small, which we did and will repeat the next round when we return. It gets crowded particularly during lunch time, so be there early or be prepared to queue.

Nesuto Restaurant

53 Tras St Singapore 078992 Tras St, Singapore 078992

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Some of the signature items from the shack can now be found at Nesuto so that you can have your savoury and sweet all in one place!
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Overall, Nesuto was an attractive cafe in Tanjong Pagar for a tea break and indulge in some sweet desserts.
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Marginally better than the Yuzu Raspberry, I just don't think I will be returning for their sliced cakes anytime soon. And not to worsen matters, their cheesecakes as introduced are their densest cakes with plenty of cheese and chocolate. Oh. My. Goodness.

Ninja Bowl Restaurant

15 Duxton Rd, Singapore 089481

Ninja Bowl offers CBD diners an extensive menu filled with unique all-day brunch options, sandwiches and the piece de resistance - ‘Ninja Bowls’. These bowls comprise Japanese-inspired items such as aburi chashu (torched pork belly) and yaki unagi (grilled eel) and options of padding them up with quinoa, orzo pasta, or a proprietary rice blend. Customers simply place their orders at the counter and meals are prepped a la minute and served to the tables. Prices at Ninja Bowl are all nett cost and the restaurant does not have service charge.

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Our bowls! Love their marble bowls!
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With a strong focus on Japanese-inspired rice bowls, Ninja Bowl infuses a healthy twist to their menu prolific of creative offerings - also a refreshing change to the usual brunch dishes elseplace.
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The rice was fragrant and tasty! I especially liked how succulent the scallops are! I also like how crunchy the carrots are.

Summerlong Restaurant

60 Robertson Quay #01-04, Singapore 238252

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A perfect way to end any meal, this dessert is both luscious and luxurious but the beauty is in creating your own decadent masterpiece yourself.
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Service was friendly enough, and the bright, well-decorated, open-air space certainly has its charm.
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Reservation is recommended especially if you want to have your alfresco seating with the breeze to complete your beachside experience.

Crackerjack Restaurant

43 Tg Pagar Rd, Singapore 088464

Large communal tables, free wi-fi and charging stations, hip music, art by Mojoko, fun touches such as a shuffleboard table.

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Crackerjack serves up the kind of brunch which you'd never dreamy about making yourself which ups the satisfaction factor by ten-fold.
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I liked in each dish, but when put together, nothing really stood out on its own.
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I enjoyed the afternoon at Cracker Jack, it's quaint, it's charming, it's got abit of everything for that me-time respite. Be back soon!

Cheek By Jowl Restaurant

21 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069620

Cheek by Jowl is a Modern Australian Restaurant located in Singapore, helmed by husband-and-wife team, Rishi Naleendra and Manuela Toniolo.

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I'm not sure how to describe the feeling I had for this dessert. I like the peanuts and the pomelo.
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The food is bereft of finesse and confidence of a mature chef. The dishes we had that day were rather uneven; some good, some middling, and one terrible.
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I suspect Cheek By Jowl is one of those restaurants that diners can get divided on. That you would either get excited about for its odd, somewhat creative pairing; or feel some dishes might need more fine-tuning in terms of balance.

Nadai Fujisoba 名代富士二八荞麦面 Restaurant

100 AM Mall 100 Tras Street #03-14

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At $38.80, this Yusheng was very affordable and I highly recommended this for your consideration this Chinese New Year.
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富士海鲜冰山火锅每人收费$28,必须点至少两人份。
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Nevertheless, I will definitely come back for their affordable soba noodles.

A Noodle Story Restaurant

7 Maxwell Rd #01-39, Amoy Food Centre Singapore 069111

The first and only Singapore-style ramen!

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I enjoyed A Noodle Story's deliciously bold re-interpretation of wanton mee and ramen.
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The story of A Noodle Story at Amoy Street is a story about good food as well as talent and spirit. It is a story worth retelling.
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Lucky for us, we can all enjoy their delicious and exquisite noodles at an affordable price. And not surprisingly, the stall has been awarded the Michelin Bib Gourmand 2017. I will definitely be returning to the stall soon.

Kok Sen Restaurant 國成球記菜社 Restaurant

30 Keong Saik Rd, Singapore 089137

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We might have only tried a few dishes but it was enough to say we were not impressed by Kok Sen. For good Zi Char, we will return for KEK Seafood or JB Ah Meng anytime instead.
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Kok Sen is a restaurant with a long and colourful history as it is located in one of Singapore's most storied streets.
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The queue is usually quite long if you come during lunch or dinner and to avoid such a long waiting time, you might consider making a reservation.

Stellar at 1-Altitude Restaurant

Level 62, 1 Raffles Place, Singapore 048616

Located at the top of 1 Raffles Place, 1-Altitude is currently the world’s highest al fresco bar and the only multi-concept lifestyle destination of its kind in Singapore.

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Stellar at 1-Altitude 4 Hands Kitchen not only offer one of its kind of culinary experience, in addition, it has the best 360 view of Singapore with truly nice and pleasant ambience.
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The 6-course dinner above 'retails' at s$180++, which is perhaps a little on the pricey side? As is quite common with fine dining restaurants, lunch starts from a much more reasonable s$48++, though, so you could perhaps pay them a lunch visit before deciding on whether to commit to dinner.
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This is a place to host your next business meal, or to impress your date. With sweeping view of the Singapore skyline, and the on-point fine dining food on offer here, Stellar at 1-Altitude has much to offer.

Menya Sakura 麺屋桜シンガポール Restaurant

69 Boat Quay, Singapore 049857

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I liked the level of authenticity in its taste, which is robust and slightly heavier to the palate as well.
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I had high expectations for Menya Sakura given the profile of its Head Chef. However, I found the ramen to be rather pedestrian and would probably not make a special trip down to have it again, though it certainly qualifies as one of the better dining options along Boat Quay.
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I didn't like it at all. Perhaps to no surprise, the liver just didn't fit in with the rest of this bowl. The broth was mildly sweet, and it was annoyingly garnished with pine nuts too. I had to dump a lot of black pepper on this thing in order just to make it edible. No, I won't get this again.

SBCD Restaurant

7 078884, Wallich St, Singapore

SBCD Korean Tofu House

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Overall, lunch at the SBCD Korean Tofu House was a pleasant experience.
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If I come back, then I need to remember to try a combo meal with the original beef version (I think my dumpling one today made the soup too thick), but only at the medium level of spiciness.
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SBCD Korean Tofu House, being strategically located within the CBD area, offers busy working executives a fuss-free yet satisfying dining experience which indeed reflects its kitchen philosophy - To serve uplifting and complete meals.

Yum Cha 飲茶酒樓 Restaurant

20 Trengganu St, #02-01 Chinatown, Singapore 058479

Bringing you an authentic dim sum experience

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Yum Cha Christmas Special offers diners an option to celebrate this Christmas with yummy Christmas theme Chinese food.
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There’s a wide variety of dishes, and you’ll get to try unique dim sum.
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Yum Cha restaurant was worth a try and their dim sum overall was good. Lets bring your family over and try it out.

Cha Thai Restaurant

#01-01 SINGAPORE, 80 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 048466

Creating great Thai food sure requires art that had been passed down by Thai ancestors in the last 200 years. Mix & Match of Herbs & Spices to create Flavors of Thai consisting of Sweet,Sour,Spicy,Salty That makes Thai food so tasty At CHA THAI - We make it possible for our customers to have a Taste of Fine Thai Food Art

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No doubt the price here is higher than normal Thai restaurant, but considering the quality that Cha Thai served you, it is definitely worth your money. Cheers!!
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All in all, I have to complement the owner & chef for making me reminisce the land of smiles, so dearly.
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  • 2017-08-07 00:00:00+00:00
The casual, comfortable ambience, fantastic service, and delicious authentic Thai food, albeit at a higher than usual price, still makes Cha Thai worth visiting. I'm planning to return!

Ding Dong Restaurant

01-02, 115 Amoy Street, Singapore 069935

Ding Dong, headed by Chefs Ryan Clift and Jet Lo, serves up modern interpretations of Southeast Asian cuisine and cocktails.

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Ding Dong, I can admit now, has hidden empowerment abilities.
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The dining experiance at Ding DOng was certainly memorable for the dishes were quirky, unique and one-of-a-kind.
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We left feeling impressed and highly satisfied with the innovative, well-executed fare that was offered at Ding Dong.