Where do NTU students eat?
NTU Campus eating places
- Canteen 1: I recommend the western store, “dams”, with crispy fries and a huge portion of chicken chop. …
- Canteen 2: This canteen has many types of cuisines: Chinese, Korean, Indian… …
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Where do large groups eat in Singapore?
15 group-friendly restaurants in Singapore for big groups and big appetites
- Open Farm Community. …
- Botanico. …
- Neon Pigeon. …
- Publico Ristorante. …
- The Refinery. …
- Artichoke. …
- Bakalaki Greek Taverna. …
- PS.Cafe (Harding Road)
Where can Singapore parents eat?
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- Xiao Long Kan 小龙坎老火锅
- Lu Ding Ji 卤鼎记
- Alijiang Silk Road Cuisine 阿里疆丝绸美食
- The Boiler.
- Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant 一家南村海鲜
- Noodle Thai Thai Kitchen.
- City Hot Pot 旺炉 Shabu Shabu.
- Trattoria Amanda.
What is the most eaten food in Singapore?
Singapore is especially renowned for its seafood. Chili crab and black pepper crab are two quintessential dishes that dominate the scene and are greatly recommended to tourists. Another favourite is sambal stingray. In the meat category, Hainanese chicken rice is the most popular dish.
Which hall in NUS is the best?
Raffles Hall is smack in the centre of NUS, arguably the hall most accessible to everywhere in NUS, but at the same time not really near any faculties other than FASS and Engineering.
What can friends eat in Singapore?
Group-friendly dining spots
- The Refinery – rustic warehouse interior and affordable gyudon. …
- Bakalaki Greek Taverna – spacious and cosy restaurant. …
- PS.Cafe at Harding Road – airy space facing greenery. …
- Peperoni Pizzeria – giant 21” pizzas for sharing. …
- King and the Pawn – board games and brunch grub.
Where can I take my mother in Singapore?
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|Hilton Hotel Singapore (D9 Cakery)||International (Afternoon high tea set)||$34.40|
|The Bravery Cafe||Halal Modern European (Muslim owned)||$68.30|
Where can I take my mom in Singapore?
Here’s a list of museums with free admissions for Singaporeans and PRs.
- National Museum of Singapore.
- Singapore Art Museum.
- Asian Civilisation Museum.
- Peranakan Museum.
- Singapore Philatelic Museum.
- Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall.
- Malay Heritage Centre.
- Reflections at Bukit Chandu.