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Restaurants in Balestier, Singapore

 Dine in a historic district by booking Balestier restaurants

Balestier is one of Singapore's most exciting foodie destinations, with cuisines from all parts of the world represented. The old market may be slowly declining, but many of the stalls have been replaced by upscale modern eateries, and Balestier restaurants are among the hottest the Red Dot has to offer. Whether you love Chinese, Thai or European haute cuisine, there will be Balestier restaurants for you. Just take a look on the Quandoo database and pick a new place to try every week.

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Happenstance Cafe

Balestier
Café$$$$
4.9/6183

Whampoa Keng Fish Head Steamboat - Balestier Road

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
5.1/615

Loy Kee Best Chicken Rice - Balestier

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
5.0/616
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Chuan Yang Ji - Balestier

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
4.9/614
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Gion Dining Japanese Fusion Restaurant

Balestier
Japanese$$$$
4.8/64

Fu Qing Marina Bay Seafood Restaurant

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
6.0/61

Chinese Cuisine Restaurant

Balestier
Chinese$$$$
5.0/62
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Southpaw Bar & Sushi

Balestier
Japanese$$$$
New

Cavemen Coffee & Kitchen

Balestier
Gourmet$$$$

Lotus Vegetarian Restaurant

Balestier
Vegetarian$$$$
5.0/62

Tandoori Corner - Balestier

Balestier
Indian$$$$
5.0/62

Foodster

Balestier
European
4.8/64

Quality Cafe - Quality Hotel Marlow

Balestier
Asian

Piano Lounge - Quality Hotel Marlow

Balestier
European
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    Enjoy meals at small-scale local Balestier restaurants

    In the past, this part of town was one of Singapore's commercial hubs, with endless warrens of stalls and shops selling fresh vegetables, spices, clothing and much more. These days, the market has been eclipsed by newer developments, but the dynamism remains, and it's best expressed by the huge range of restaurants in Balestier. What's great about the area is that these Balestier restaurants have slotted into the low rise market district, which has now become a little slice of foodie heaven.
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    Balestier restaurants form part of a thriving foodie tourist route

    The selection of Balestier restaurants has become so broad that some tourists now choose to follow 'food trails' around the area, picking out hot new bars and dining spots (although Quandoo does the job just as well). It's definitely a route worth following if food is your passion, passing from some of the best vegetarian eateries in the Lion City, to bakeries, sandwich bars and European brasseries. So when you book Balestier restaurants, be quick, as plenty of international visitors will be thinking the same thing.
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    Take a tour of Singapore's most traditional markets

    While it’s hard to match the bright lights and amenities of Singapore's ultra-modern mega malls, markets like Whampoa and Balestier are still enchanting places to explore. If you are visiting for the first time, they are a must, with their gaggles of hawkers selling gadgets and street food. Stop for a sample of lighter snacks like rojak (a kind of fruit and vegetable salad) or a bowl of tau huey (a sweet tofu pudding) but don't fill up too much – because the perfect way to end an exploration of these traditional markets is by settling down at one of the excellent restaurants in Balestier.