Discover dynamic dishes to satisfy any palate
Native Malay cuisine still forms the backbone of Singaporean cuisine in many areas, but there's also a distinct Chinese element courtesy of hundreds of years of immigration from the Asian mainland. You'll also find plenty of gastronomic inspirations from the likes of Thailand, Japan, Sri Lanka and the Middle East. Fusion restaurants in Singapore don't just cater to those more accustomed to East Asian flavours, however, with additional influence of cuisines from across Europe, North America and Australia. Singaporean fusion cuisine never fails to delight with plenty of terrific twists on old favourites. Tired of satay sticks? Why not try a delicious satay burger instead? Looking for a delicious dessert? Kaya pisang creme brulee is a mouth-watering reinvention of an after dinner favourite, with an infusion of coconut jam and banana.