Robertson Quay is blessed with one of Singapore's very best locations. As if it's not enough to have amazing shopping facilities and top cultural attractions, it's also home to some pretty top-notch restaurants. So aren't you lucky Deliveroo can bring their delicious foodie treats right to your door? Here are five of the best Robertson Quay restaurants you really ought to know:
Mussels and clams. Clams and Mussels. It's a classic twosome, and now that the good folks at Brussels Sprouts have brought them to Robertson Quay, we're eternally in their debt. Get them with chilli crab (a Singaporean classic we're obligated to order). Get them with laksa. Get them with goan curry. Get them with bleu des moines. Get them with chorizo. Oh, you want more? OK, there's also white wine, bouillabaisse, chef's choice, tom yam, Thai and devilled options to choose from.
For dessert, indulge that sweet tooth with a plate of Belgian waffles, topped with banana, Chantilly, red fruits, speculoos or Belgian chocolate sauce. It's oozy, indulgent and exactly what any self-respecting sweet-lover should be looking for.
Umi + Vino
Catch a wave with Umi + Vino's delicious surf and turf menu. The star of the show? It could well be the lobster scallop burger, a deliciously juicy number featuring a homemade prawn patty, lobster and scallop meat and a charcoal bun. Add some homemade crab cakes, grilled asparagus or smoked salmon salad, and you've got a seafood sensation on your hands!
Once Upon a Thyme
You know how this story goes, right? Once Upon a Thyme, there was a little restaurant which wanted to serve healthy, wholesome food to the people of Robertson Quay. They wanted to fight artificial additives and bring flavour and goodness back to Singapore. Their heroes? Signature dishes like the chicken Bolognese and battered fish with mushrooms aglio olio. Want to find out how the story ends? You'll just have to place an order.
Hutong has the hungry hordes of Robertson Quay flocking, and with good reason. The old-school Northern Chinese cuisine on offer is based on the delicious culinary history of the Beijing streets and alleys it's named after. From Szechuan-style crispy chicken with dried chilli to sweet and sour pork with fresh fruit, Hutong brings a bit of that Chinese charm to the streets of Singapore.
At Tandoor, it's all about the spice. Offering dishes like yellow dal tadka (lentils served with cumin and garlic) and murgh tikka, eight pieces of chicken marinated with yoghurt, red chilli and homemade spices, this aromatic cuisine is a delicious reflection of India's rich culinary tradition. Award-winning and influenced by regions from all over India, it's no surprise that residents of Robertson Quay can't get enough.
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