Singapore is a country rich with a fair share of different cultures from countries all over the world. This can be seen in the stores at the malls of Singapore, in the arts exhibited in the different museums here and of course, in the different restaurants serving good and traditional food from different countries. As a guide, here are the restaurants you can visit to satisfy your taste buds and give you a bit of every country.
If you are looking for French and Mediterranean taste, visit Bar-roque Grill where Chefs Daniel Boulud and Stephane Istel prepare different dishes in these styles. The ambiance of the restaurant also takes every restaurant goes the feel of being in a real French Bistro.
Breads, pastries and especially croissants are famous in The Bread Project here. With the exact measurements defined by the bakers in this restaurant, they have been serving delicious croissants with hints of almonds and butter. The croissant has a nice crisp in the outside and perfect softness in the inside. Some of the restaurants that serve nicely baked French croissants are Bakery Artisan Original, Carpenter and Cook and Tiong Bahru Bakery.
Big Mama Korean Restaurant takes its customers to the country of South Korean with every taste of Kimchi Fried Rice, Pork Bulgogi and other dishes known in Korea. All dishes in this restaurant are prepared in traditional Korean style. A neighbouring country to Korea, Japan, also has a share in the restaurants built here in Singapore. Through the Ki-sho restaurant, Singapore goers can have a choice of tasting Japanes-inspired cuisines. More than that, customers can also get a full experience of Japan through the Japan-inspired architecture of Ki-sho’s restaurant.
From Korea and Japan to Spain, in Singapore lies Catalunya restaurant where sangria drinks and tapas famous in Spain are served. Not far from the spices-filled dishes of Spain are the dishes prepared in Muchachos, a Mexican restaurant which is famous for its burritos, pizzas and pastas. Fat duck dishes famous in Brazil can also be tasted in the Bacchanalia restaurant. Chefs here are experts on Brazilian cuisine, so customers can have a real Brazilian taste in Singapore.