Most Expensive Restaurants to Dine in Style in Singapore



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Here in Singapore, we take our food seriously. We enjoy dining out, and every event or celebration has to involve food. Fortunately, the dining experiences and the good food available in Singapore can satisfy even the most demanding palettes. 

Top restaurants in Singapore

Singapore is a melting pot of people from different backgrounds and cultures, who bring their food and their culture here. So there are always new things to try. This article outlines some of the most popular and most expensive restaurants where you can visit for a special occasion or just treat you and your loved one. Do note that you will need to make a reservation to get in and get your credit cards ready.

Waku Ghin

Finding nice Japanese food in Singapore should not be a difficult task. Thanks to Waku Ghin, which offers a degustation menu with ten courses. And whether from

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Dine on dim sum and Hokkien mee from Kuala Lumpur’s Restaurant 195



a plate of food on a table: Create your own 'yum cha' session in the comfort of home with Restaurant 195's BBQ pork buns, 'siew mai' and Hong Kong-style glutinous rice. ― Pictures by Lee Khang Yi


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Create your own ‘yum cha’ session in the comfort of home with Restaurant 195’s BBQ pork buns, ‘siew mai’ and Hong Kong-style glutinous rice. ― Pictures by Lee Khang Yi

KUALA LUMPUR, July 9 ― Savour refined Chinese food in the comfort of home with Restaurant 195’s frozen Meal, Ready-to-Eat (MRE) selection of dim sum and noodles.

Previously known as Restaurant Chef Choi, they have a stellar reputation as the place for fine Chinese food.

With the pandemic, they offer a takeaway menu of their signature items such as roasted crispy duck marinated with Chinese herbs or sweet and sour Iberico pork. These items are cooked upon order and delivered to your doorstep.

Then there is their MRE selection. With these, you can eat anytime and at your convenience. 



a piece of cake on a plate: Relish these fluffy steamed buns with BBQ pork cut into chunks and coated in a balanced sauce with sweet and savoury notes.


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Relish these fluffy steamed buns with BBQ pork cut into chunks

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Not quite ready to dine out? Here’s where to order takeout like a local in Miami

Miami is ready to dine out.

I am not there yet. Since the pandemic shut down restaurants the first time on March 16, I have eaten at exactly one restaurant, the Chinese-Trinidadian-Indian Balloo. And that was before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention identified restaurants as a particularly tricky place to gather without the threat of spreading the coronavirus.

This does not mean I have not eaten food from restaurants.

Miami-Dade continues to conjure exciting new food in particularly novel ways as restaurants pivot to menus that lend themselves to takeout and delivery.

These restaurants, markets and wine shops have been a lifeline for me in a time when working from home and living at work are sometimes indistinguishable. Now, this is certainly not my list of How to Eat Like a Local in Miami, culled from covering food for the Miami Herald for more than four

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