Singapore’s SPIZE restaurants, just like Singapore itself, are meeting points between East and West. SPIZE’s menus are packed with Singaporean, Thai, Indian, Western, and Mediterranean dishes, all at great prices. SPIZE’s River Valley outlet is by far the most bustling, because SPIZE doesn’t sleep. If you’re a night owl or just on the prowl for some good, cheap eats, remember that SPIZE, close to the action at Clarke Quay down River Valley Road, is open until dawn, day in, day out!
Great food! Brought some friends from out of town to try the roti prata and they loved it! Having air conditioning is a plus point as well.
It was great the food was yummy and fresh The best karak tea in Singapore I like the spicy tom yom soup and the parata
Had a great meal with good service well worth the price paid. Large portions which two could share if required. Will go back to this one
SPIZE’s River Valley outlet is a favourite haunt for party animals and clubbers out late in the vicinity of Clarke Quay. Ideally located along River Valley Road, SPIZE’s unmissable restaurant is like a beacon, guiding hungry hordes to a multicultural cuisine oasis from lunchtime until dawn the next day. And packed SPIZE is. It’s where Singaporeans naturally congregate when they want to be able to choose from Indonesian nasi dishes, Penang char kway teow, pastas and burgers from the Western kitchen, or curries from the Indian kitchen.
And, although SPIZE River Valley, down River Valley Road, only opens up at noon to get them and their nocturnal customers through the long night ahead, they do an incredibly popular line in bento boxes ideal for lunch. Select from the Asian, Mediterranean, or vegetarian menu and then a number of set bento boxes. Scandinavian or Bavarian bento set? At SPIZE, you betcha. If that wasn’t enough, SPIZE also deliver. But if you’re eating in at SPIZE River Valley, it’s best to book.