Where to eat & drink?

Singapore despite its small size offers a lot of different cuisines - Chinese, Malay, Indian, Japanese, Thai, Italian, French, American and more. A small secret tip: register on makandeals.com to get a great bargain at some of Singapore's best restaurants and you can receive their dining vouchers.

Bora Bora Beach Bar

Located on the gorgeous Palawan Beach on Sentosa, the Bora Bora Beach Bar is the ideal venue to kick back and relax after a long day. Enjoy a range of classic bar finger food and drinks. Guests should definitely try the bar's Singapore Sling, rumoured to be the best in Singapore.

Brewerkz Restaurant & Microbrewery

Aside from it delicious American fare, the main attraction is certainly the beer. The custom-built microbrewery produces over 2,500 hectoliters of beer each year, most of which is consumed at one of the two restaurant locations, the original being in Riverside Point, and the second of which opened in 2007 at Bukit Timah.

Equinox Restaurant

Guests at Equinox can enjoy both mouth-watering fare and an unparalleled view of the cosmopolitan city of Singapore and nearby countries of Malaysia and Indonesia. Located on level 69 of Swissotel The Stamford, the tallest hotel in Singapore, the restaurant's unique three-tier amphitheater design ensures that every diner has a great view.

Pasta Brava

Guests to Pasta Brava are welcomed as one of the family. The menu, comprised of traditional Italian fare, features highlights such as the Manicotti Rapieni di Zucca, or ravioli stuffed with pumpkin and served with cream sauce, and the Salsicce Stile Contadino, or homemade Italian sausages served with spicy beans and arugula. Pasta Brava's desserts are equally decadent, such as the famed Panna Cotta All'amaretto.

Peony-Jade Restaurant

Located in Clarke Quay, Peony-Jade Restaurant is earning rave rievews for ambiance and value, including that of Best Restaurant in Singapore for three consecutive years from Singapore Tatler. The restaurant sets the stage for its authentic Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine with rich red carpets, oriental art and architecture, and stunning views of the riverfront. Menu favorites include homemade crispy rice, Cantonese-style roast Peking duck, and pan-fried prawns with Szechuan green chili paste. Diners can enjoy items a la carte, or order from the all-you-can-eat a la carte buffet menu to enjoy seconds and thirds with friends.

The Moomba Restaurant

Located on the popular al fresco dining spot Boat Quay, this award-winning restaurant takes its name from the Aboriginal word meaning "Let's get together!" 

Fashion Bar 

Designed to invoke the spirit of London's era of mod fashion, Singapore's Fashion Bar features leather ceilings, ornate chandeliers, silver banquettes and plush purple velvet ottomans. Plasma televisions running scenes from the latest runway shows and a crystal-decked bar complete the swinging 60s look.

Jazz @ South Bridge

Singapore's premier jazz club, Jazz @ South Bridge has been bringing local and international names to Singapore since 2002.