Sakya Muni Buddha Gaya Temple
Dominating this temple – also known as the Temple of 1000 Lights – is a 15m-tall, 300-tonne Buddha. Keeping him company is an eclectic...
Sri Vadapathira Kaliamman Temple
Dedicated to Kaliamman, the Destroyer of Evil, this south Indian temple began life in 1870 as a modest shrine, but underwent a...
Leong San See Temple
Dating from 1917 and dedicated to Kuan Yin (Guanyin), this relatively modest temple often swells with more religious fervour than many...
Chye Seng Huat Hardware
An art deco former hardware store provides the setting and name for Singapore's hippest cafe and roastery, its Third Wave offerings...
With a look that's part retro diner, part retro shophouse, hotspot Suprette serves up American-inspired, globally influenced comfort...
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Lonely Planet review
French chef Xavier Le Henaff married a Singaporean and set up this place as somewhere that ordinary folks could enjoy French food. Prices have risen in recent years, making it less of a bargain than it once was, but there's still a good wine selection, great food and even better deserts, while the street-side five-foot way makes for atmospheric outdoor dining.