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5 Restaurants In Singapore Serving Multiple Cuisines For The Indecisive Foodies


Don't stress yourself. 

 

With so many food options in Singapore, sometimes it can be hard even to decide what kind of cuisine we want to eat. But don't worry, here are some eateries that can help to narrow down your indecisiveness.  

 

Social Square 

Places Where You Can Eat More Than One Cuisine in Singapore

Source: Social Square's Facebook page  

 

Can't decide between Italian and Japanese food? Get yourself a table at this restaurant and take your pick from both menus. All-day breakfast items are also available. 

 

Stuff'd 

Places Where You Can Eat More Than One Cuisine in Singapore

Source: Stuff'd's Facebook page 

 

Kebabs? Burritos? Quesadillas? Get them all here along with drinks and sides at this takeout kiosk. These Mexican and Turkish food items are a refreshing and nourishing twist to your regular lunch on the go. 

 

Myra's  

Places Where You Can Eat More Than One Cuisine in Singapore

Source: Myra's Facebook page 

 

Imagine having naan with butter chicken, burritos with Mexican rice, stuffed tandoori paratha, jalapeno poppers, paneer tikkas, fish tikka tacos and quesadillas all on the same table. Yup, these Mexican and North Indian cuisine might leave you spoilt for choice. You can also have meatless options for some dishes. 

 

Miam Miam 

Places Where You Can Eat More Than One Cuisine in Singapore

Source: Miam Miam's Facebook page 

 

Soufflé and curry rice? Who knew dessert can be a main dish? Miam Miam marries the best of both worlds with French artisanal cuisine and techniques with influences from traditional Japanese preparation and cooking arts.

 

Juan Night in Tokyo 

Places Where You Can Eat More Than One Cuisine in Singapore

Source: Bincho at Hua Bee Facebook page 

 

Okay now, this is slightly different. For one night only, on May 25 from 7pm onwards. The people at Hombre Cantina and Bincho at Hua Bee will bring you a rare mashup of Japanese and Mexican flavours at Hombre Cantina at Boat Quay. Find out more here

 

By Muneerah Bee, May 2016

 

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