• Restaurants that cannot be missed in Bukit Timah!!

    In Malay Bukit Timah means the Tin bearing wheel. If you have been to Singapore, by now you must be well aware of the Bukit Timah Road which is the longest road in Singapore. The road stretches from Little India to Upper Bukit Timah which is basically from South to North and the road ends just at the entrance of the Malaysian Border.

    In recent years the road has become a prime area for residential houses, luxury villas, high rise towers, schools and hotel and for some of the best fine dine restaurants. Although with so much of manmade infrastructure, the area also features some of the plushest green landscapes in Singapore. The road has its own fine collection of eateries fairly popular amongst youngsters, locals and the tourists. I personally recommend you to visit the Newton Food Centre. I have listed out to you some of the best restaurants here.

    Singapore has a good network of roads and is very well connected. This makes traveling completely hassle free and convenient. If you are looking forward to visit all of the above places then I recommend you to travel by bus as not only will it save you some money but also time. Check out http://www.redbus.sg/ for quick ticket booking and awesome discounts!!

    All the below mentioned places are easily reachable by shuttle bus services.

    Brazil Churrascaria

    This is a Go-To place for all meat lovers and has twelve different types of grilled meats. Each of these 12 different types of meats have been distinctly marinated. It is also considered to be one of Singapore’s best barbeque restaurants.

    Casaverde

    It is considered to be one of the most charming dine out eateries in Singapore. The restaurant features two types of seating one is indoor and the other is outdoor. It also has a state of the art Italian Green House. This Hotel is mostly preferred by early morning visitors as it opens at 7:30 am preferably for breakfast. It serves all local and global cuisines and then moves on to its usual Italian routine. I recommend you to try the Crostini Platter which is decorated with various kinds of toppings and has a large variety of thin crusted pizzas.

    Greenwood Fish Market and Bistro

    Located in a very old neighbourhood this place is quite famous for its vast variety of sea foods. The locals here recommend this place for the freshest sea food. The market includes live catch from all over the world which includes Boston, Alaska, Australia, French and Japanese. You can head to any of the restaurants here that serve this fresh sea food from the country of your choice.

    Hanabi

    It is the most popular chain of Japanese family restaurants. It has three different outlets all over the world and 100 different items that you can choose from. The menu here is quite economical on your pockets and is truly good value for money. Make sure to try the deep fried king prawns and the paper steam boats that are filled with sea food and vegetables.

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