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Asian Fusion Restaurants in Singapore

 Asian fusion restaurants in Singapore

As you'd expect from a country that prides itself on its cultural diversity, Singapore has lots of Asian fusion restaurants offering a dizzying variety of dishes to sample. With its long history as a trading post, this island state has a population of mixed Chinese, Malay and Indian descent speaking four national languages, so it's no surprise that it's eateries draw freely on eastern and western influences to create exciting dishes you won't find anywhere else.

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Spize - River Valley

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Asian$$$$
3.9/625

Uncle Leong Seafood - Punggol

Punggol
Asian
5.3/615

Formosa Delights

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Asian$$$$
6.0/61
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    Types of Asian fusion cuisine in Singapore's restaurants

    Singapore's Asian fusion restaurants rustle up an array of interesting culinary combinations. For example, Fort near the Dhoby Gaut MRT station specialises in sophisticated Franco-Japanese dishes, ideal for celebrations and important business dinners – try their epic 12-course set menu for a gastronomic treat. Or, for a fruity mix of Hawaiian and Cantonese flavours, head to Don Ho by Outram Park, with its pork cheek sliders and grilled tiger prawns served with tropical trimmings. There are even Korean-Mexican (or Ko-Mex) eateries like Vatos Urban Tacos in the South Beach Quarter offering chilli prawn tortillas and fries garnished with kimchi and melted cheese.