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10 most unique makan places in S’pore you must visit at least once

If you think you have explored all the possible food places in Singapore, then think again. In a gourmet haven like Singapore, there is a never-ending slew of new cafes or restaurants popping up that it is sometimes hard to catch up with. Still, we have gathered a number of unique makan places in Singapore that you cannot miss out on.

 

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Smith Marine Floating Kelong Restaurant
Located offshore, this floating kelong restaurant gives diner a chance to catch their own fishes out in the sea and the chefs will cook for them afterwards. If this doesn’t pique your interest, I don’t know what will.
Pulau Ubin Coastal Area

 

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NOX Dine In The Dark
At NOX, you can enjoy a one of a kind fine dining experience – in the dark. Throughout the meal, you will be guided by specially trained blind or visually impaired servers that will bring you on a unique gastronomic journey with your other 4 senses.
269 Beach Road
Singapore 199546

 

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Jungle Tandoor Restaurant
If you have driven pass the streets of Little India, this jungle-inspired Indian restaurant will be hard to miss – surrounded by trees, branches and life-sized animal figurines.
02-Serangoon Road
Singapore, 218007

 

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Arteastiq
For the art jammers, Arteastiq gives the liberty of dining and indulging in some canvas painting at the same time. The boutique tea house is also home to a slew of premium teas where you can enjoy as you work on your masterpiece.
Mandarin Gallery
33A Orchard Road, #4-14/15
Singapore 238867

 

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Kombi Rocks
Kombi Rocks is a vintage car rental shop which also doubles up as a cafe. Here, expect to find some of your favourite zi char fares as you bask in the comforting atmosphere. Our only gripe is that the location is a little harder to travel to!
66 Yio Chu Kang Road
Singapore 545568

 

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The Screening Room
At the screening room, you can sip on some cocktails on their rooftap bar and enjoy a movie or two at their boutique theatre. You can also check out their Facebook page on more details of the movies that they will be showing!
12 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069692

 

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Blisshouse Restaurant
Crowned as the prettiest restaurant in Singapore, Blisshouse Restaurant gives you a chance to dine in pure bliss, surrounded by indoor pavilions and a carriage draped with roses.
The Central
6 Eu Tong Sen Street, #03-21
Singapore 059817

 

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Tian Kee & Co
You might have seen pictures of Tian Kee & Co’s iconic shop interior appearing on your social media feeds. The provision shop turned cafe is refurnished with old school knick knacks that would spark of a fond nostalgia. Don’t forget to try out their signature pastel coloured tofu cheesecake!
12 Dakota Crescent
Singapore 390012

 

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Turkish Ice Cream Man
Though this is just a pop up booth, it has attracted quite a lot of attention amongst the netizens and tourists. If you are lucky, you can spot the Turkist man dishing out some of his Turkish ice cream tricks along Clark Quay! We’re sure you’ll be in for a good laugh!

 

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Pet Cafes
If you are a huge fan of dogs or cats or even both, you’ll be heartened to know that there are countless of pet cafes around in Singapore that you would not want to miss. These cafes allow you to bring your furkids along for a meal and there’s even a menu that specially catered to them!

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