#AskBuro: My friends are visiting from overseas. Where should they eat in Singapore?
I get asked this question so often that I feel like a walking food directory. However, it's a question that feels somewhat refreshing because it isn't someone picking your brains about the newest cafe/bar/restaurant in town. Hosting friends from overseas? Stick with the joints that have earned their badge of honour for turning out consistently good food. These guys don't care about what's trending. Their immediate concern is to fill you up with solid grub that'll have your friends booking their next flight back. They're also sited around heritage sites and places of interest, making for great pit stops between your friends' trigger-happy moments.
Breakfast: Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop
#01-5109, Blk 10 North Bridge Road
Lunch: National Kitchen by Violet Oon Singapore
#02-01, National Gallery Singapore, City Hall Wing. 1 St. Andrew's Road. Tel: 9834 9935
Dinner: Spago by Wolfgang Puck
Level 57, Sands SkyPark, Marina Bay Sands Tower 2. 10 Bayfront Avenue. Tel: 6688 9955
Level 2, 20 Bukit Pasoh Road. Tel: 9114 8385
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- Image: Photo of Heap Seng Leong Coffeeshop courtesy of Instagram | @zippyzipeng
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