Chefs at work in the open kitchen under the breathtaking installation at Born restaurant, Singapore

Where to eat in Singapore


From its hawker stalls in open-air food courts to its polished fine-dining restaurants, Singapore offers a tantalising fusion of Malaysian, Chinese and Indian influences. In this food-fixated city, there are myriad must-tries, running from bamboo-skewered satay to salty-sweet stir-fried chili crab (arguably the national dish). To help make those difficult decisions – and score a table reservation – ask the concierge team at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore for advice.

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