Restaurants

Top Choice Indian in Little India & Kampong Glam

Lagnaa Barefoot Dining

You can choose your level of spice at friendly Lagnaa: level three denotes standard spiciness, level four significant spiciness, and anything above admirable bravery. Whatever you opt for, you're in for finger-licki…
Top Choice Fusion in Little India & Kampong Glam

Kilo

Despite Singapore's cut-throat restaurant scene, gastro geeks remain loyal to this ode to fusion cooking. Expect the unexpected, from beef-tongue tacos with pickled jalapeno and chilli relish to goat-cheese and Viet…
Top Choice Italian in Little India & Kampong Glam

Cicheti

Cool-kid Cicheti is a slick, friendly, buzzing scene of young-gun pizzaioli, chic diners and seductive, contemporary Italian dishes made with hand-picked market produce. Tuck into beautifully charred woodfired pizza…
Top Choice Malaysian in Little India & Kampong Glam

Zam Zam

These guys have been here since 1908, so they know what they're doing. Tenure hasn't bred complacency, though – the touts still try to herd customers in off the street, while frenetic chefs inside whip up delicious …
Hawker in Little India & Kampong Glam

Tekka Centre

There's no shortage of subcontinental spice at this bustling hawker centre, wrapped around the sloshed guts and hacked bones of the wet market. Queue up for real-deal biryani, dosa (paper thin, lentil-flour pancake)…
Bakery in Little India & Kampong Glam

Two Bakers

The bakers at this light, contemporary bakery-cafe earned their stripes at Paris' Cordon Bleu. The result? Irresistible sweet treats and countless broken diets. Which tart to choose: crowd-favourite yuzu (Japanese c…
Hawker in Little India & Kampong Glam

QS269 Food House

This is not so much a 'food house' as a loud, crowded undercover laneway lined with cult-status stalls. Work up a sweat with a bowl of award-winning coconut-curry noodle soup from Ah Heng or join the queue at New Ro…
Barbecue in Little India & Kampong Glam

Meatsmith Little India

Often referred to as the little cousin of Burnt Ends (it's partly owned by chef David Pynt), this American barbecue joint takes inspiration from the bustling streets of Little India that surrounds it. Think prime me…
Peranakan in Little India & Kampong Glam

Charlie's Peranakan

Charlie has garnered a loyal following over the last few decades for his comforting Nonya cuisine. After an eight year hiatus he's back doing what he loves, and Singaporeans are joyous. Tucked away in the basement o…
Cafe in Little India & Kampong Glam

Symmetry

With rusty beams, random lamps and indie tunes, Symmetry feels like a garage made for band jams, but it's all about the grub, coffee and suds. Book for the weekend brunch: its wickedly good offerings include Dungene…