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Top Restaurants of Marina Bay Sands to Satiate your Taste Buds

Chinatown, Little India, Clarke Quay, Night Safari, Skyline’s and many more such awesome attractions make Singapore such beautiful place. However, there’s one element of Singapore that makes it shine is the food and food culture. From hawker stalls to luxurious rooftop hotels and restaurants, Marina Bay Restaurants in Singapore is the iconic spot to be visited if you love food. This place also offers one of the best views and landmarks in the country. Restaurants at Marina Bay Sands serve some of the most delicious local food, French cuisine, and Chinese cuisine along with many more international delicacies. Here are some of the best restaurants that should be visited during your time here.

Hide Yamamoto

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If Japanese cuisine is what you want to enjoy then head over to the second floor of Marina Bay Sands Hotel and Casino to the place called Hide Yamamoto. Hide Yamamoto serves different kinds of the menu from sushi, and ramen, to teppanyaki and robatayaki. The prices of the dish served here are a little steep however, it’s worth every penny. Salmon, Silver Cod, Scallops and Tiger Prawns are some of the sea-food served with a twist of Japanese flavor. The highlight dish one must try is the Wagyu Beef and Foies Gras (fat piece of goose liver), which are simply delicious.

Singapore Food Trail

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A classic Singaporean retro-style hawker stall, this restaurant serves some of the most delicious local cuisines along with Chinese, Malaysian and Indian food. Located just next to the Singapore Flyer, the restaurant attracts many tourists coming to Singapore and is one of the most pocket-friendly restaurants. Boon Tat Street Barbeque Seafood serves classic Singaporean swordfish for just S$15. Katong Keah Kee Fried Oysters is another dish which serves eggs and seasoned oysters fried on a wok for just S$7.

Ku De Ta Marina Bay Sands Singapore

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Ku De Ta offers a casual dining experience along with some cocktails and other dishes. This restaurant serves food which is a little bit on the expensive side, but one should try the following. Cold starters like Sushi Rolls and California Roll Salad with Yuzu Mayonnaise is a must-try. Raw apps like Kingfish Cerviche, Tuna Tartare, and Aburi Salmon Sashimi. There’s also a wide selection of seafood such as bamboo-roasted pacific black cod and yellowfin tuna steak which is grilled. Don’t get turned off by the price of the menu because once you dine here, you’ll get to see the panoramic views of Singapore’s skyline which is totally worth it.

Melt – The World Café

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If you enjoy large portions of food then head over to Melt. Located on Raffles Avenue net to the Marina Bay, Melt offers some of the finest international buffets from around the world. Seafood, steak, Thai Curries, Chinese delicacies, Japanese Sashimi, barbequed meat and many more, you name it Melt has it. The price for lunch buffets on weekdays starts is not that high, but it gets a bit more expensive for dinner during the weekends.

Mario Batali’s Osteria Pizzeria Mozza

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Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria at Marina Bay Singapore is by far one of the best restaurants that serve pizza by Chef Mario Batali. This restaurant offers two different dining experiences. Osteria Mozza serves seafood, pasta and meat dishes while consisting of a Mozzarella bar. But it’s the Pizzeria Mozza wide selection of pizzas and a wine bar as well. One specialty about the Pizzeria Mozza is the pizzas are served with a fat crispy crust.

CE LA VI Singapore

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If you want to enjoy some of Singapore’s most panoramic skyline views, and don’t mind the lavish styles then CE LA VI is the restaurant for you. Formerly known as KU DE TA, CE LA VI has become Singapore’s hottest rooftop venue. The area is split into 2 parts; the restaurant and sky bar on one side with sky deck and club lounge on the other. As the sun sets down, the place becomes quite busy and the real party begins. The club lounge becomes a dance floor and serves some of the finest drinks and cocktails.

Rise Restaurant

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A restaurant for buffet lovers, Rise Restaurant offers some of the best buffets in Singapore. Though on the expensive side, it’s best to go here at the earliest as they do not take phone reservations. Some of the highlights are the delicious desserts like Mini Cream Puffs, Bread & Butter Pudding, Pineapple Anise and Lemon Meringue Tart. You must try out the Sweet & Sour Pork along with Roasted Duck dipped with Sweet & Sour Plum Sauce. There’s also an Indian buffet section that serves Rice Pulao, Yellow Dal, Mango Chutney and Chicken Masala. If you like the taste of Chinese cuisine then there’s Stir-fried Beef done in Vietnamese style.

 

Wolfgang Puck’s Cut

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If you love steaks, then this is the place you need to be at. The cut is situated at the Marina Bay Resort and offers rich and fine series of meat which melts on your tongue like butter. Ribeye, Filets, American Sirloin, Japanese Wagyu and Australian Angus are some of the finest beef cuts served here with a passion. There are more than steaks served here though. There are handmade starters and seafood like Pan-roasted Maine Lobster, Bone Marrow Flan starter, and Bluefin Tuna Tartare. There’s also a huge selection of wines from across the world.

Marina Bay Sands in Singapore has many more options that offer great delicacies. During your time here, you will never be bored. The food here is a representation of people from different communities coming together as one. Singapore is truly a place for all food-lovers.

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