Restaurants in Telok Ayer are more diverse than ever
Designated by Sir Stamford Raffles as an area for Chinese immigrants way back in 1822, Telok Ayer Street was once the hub for all things Chinese in Singapore. Today, a handful of Singaporean Chinese restaurants in Telok Ayer have continued to thrive despite the district’s recent gentrification, and one such place that packs in the crowds at lunchtime every day is Ocean Curry Fish Head which specialises in fish head curry. Nearby, you’ll find several excellent restaurants in Telok Ayer that weave flavours from all over Asia into their cuisine, like at Ding Dong, where the chefs serve up Chinese favourites, Korean BBQ and Vietnamese soups all under one roof. It also happens to be bookable on Quandoo too, so how’s that for a convenient choice?