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;D Happy Factory

Situated along the Singapore River at Boat Quay, sit back and relax as you enjoy a refreshing glass of signature Singapore Sing while watching boats cruise by. 

Address 76 Boat Quay, Singapore

Operating hours

Monday to Saturday 3pm  till 12 midnight (Closed on Sunday)

Transport Raffles Place Station (NS26, EW14)



For a taste of nostalgia and local delights, drop by Cravilla to enjoy delicious food such as Laksa, Mee Siam, Kaya Toast, Chicken Curry Rice, Chee Cheong Fun and other favourite local signature dishes. 

You will enjoy more delicious bites anytime of the day, be it on a perfect breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea break and a complete rest break for tourist after a tired day of shopping. 

Address 33, Pekin Street, Singapore 048763
Contact 6909 0828
Operating Hours Mon to Fri:  8am to 5pm,(Closed on Saturday & Sunday)

Transport Telok Ayer MRT Station (DT 18)


Hokkai Villa 

Savour true authentic Japanese cuisine at the heart of the Singapore Central Business district where the season is always changing.

Hokkai Villa is a cozy place where dining is no longer just about food but a complete cultural experience.


Address 34-35 Pekin Street, Singapore 048764
Contact 6909 0828

Operating hours

Monday to Saturday 11am to 11pm (closed on sunday)


Telok Ayer MRT Station (DT18)


Maxwell Road Hawker Centre

Located in the heart of Chinatown, Maxwill Road Hawker Centre provides the authentic Singapore dining experience for locals and tourists, with more than 100 stalls, all under one roof. As it offers a diverse spread of local delights, you will definitely feel well pampered and confused about where to begin.


Address 1 Kadayanallur St, Singapore 069184

Operating hours

Daily 8am – 10pm

Transport Chinatown MRT Station (NE4 / DT19) 



Hainanese Chicken Rice

Considered one of the national dishes of Singapore, the poached chicken is accompanied with fluffy, fragrant rice. The dish is served with a dipping sauce of freshly minced red chilli and garlic, usually accompanied with dark soy sauce and freshly ground ginger. Even Anthony Bourdain said that the rice is so fragrant and delicious that it can be eaten on its own. 



This Peranakan cuisine – a combination of Chinese and Malay cuisine – is a popular dish with the locals. It is a spicy, curry coconut milk noodle soup served with rice vermicelli, chicken, prawn, cockles and fish cake. Famed Michelin starred chef Gordon Ramsay was defeated by our Singaporean Laksa Hawker Challenge in 2013.


Chilli Crab

Another dish that is synonymous with Singapore is the Chilli Crab, which is among Singapore’s greatest culinary inventions. The crabs are cooked with a sweet and spicy sauce – a blend of tomatoes and chilli paste, thickened with ribbons of beaten eggs sauce. Try ordering a plate of mantou (fried or steamed buns) and dip the mantou into the delicious sauce.


Hokkien Fried Mee

Originated from China’s Fujian (Hokkien) province, this humble and flavourful noodle dish is cooked by frying egg noodles and rice noodles with rick stock, eggs, slices of pork, prawns, squid and garnished with vegetables. Squeeze the cut lime into the noodle to add a tangy flavor to your noodle.


Bak Kut Teh

Enjoy pork ribs slowly simmered in a complex broth of herb and spices. Two styles can be found in Singapore – Teochew style which is a clear soup with a peppery taste and Klang (Malaysian) style which is a darker broth with a herbal taste.


Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow is considered one of the national favourite dishes in Singapore. Rice noodles and egg noodles are stir-fried with cockles, eggs, slices of Chinese sausages, bean sprouts and fish cake. If you’re up for a kick, order a plate of Char Kway Teow with extra chilli.


Roti Prata

This soft, flakey and crispy South Indian flour-based pancake is fried over a flat grill and is served with a dish of either mutton, chicken, vegetable or fish curry. Modern versions include cheese, onion, banana, chocolate, mushroom or egg. This simple yet delicious dish has certainly won over the hearts of many.


Nasi Lemak

Nasi Lemak is a dish believed to be Malay in origin. It comprises of rice made fragrant with coconut cream and pandan leaves. It is traditionally served with fried anchovies, toasted peanuts, sliced cucumbers and a sweet chilli sauce. Nowadays, variations of the dish offer an array of other side dishes like chicken wings, fried eggs, otah (barbequed fish paste) and fried fish.