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Gourmet Food and Snacks in the Marina Bay Area

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 31 May 2019  


Exploring the Marina Bay area is an experience in itself. Ambling through the sprawling expanse that is Gardens by the Bay – or, across the waterfront promenade, the Merlion Park and Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay – takes you from manicured lawns replete with Supertrees to a spouting Merlion and an iconic, durian-shaped structure that’s home to the performing arts.

But when hunger strikes, where then should one dine at after manoeuvring the picturesque (albeit humid) city and its paved paths? These stopovers around the Marina Bay area offer you a myriad of options, whether it’s a quick meal or leisurely brunch you seek.

Snack stops

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If a small bite is all you need to stave off the hunger pangs, Jasons Deli in Marina Bay Sands offers ready-packed but fresh meals including pasta and quinoa salads, sushi, and a scoop-it-yourself selection of quality nuts, nougat and dried fruits to suit your budget. Besides these, the deli stocks an extensive selection of snacks spanning chocolate bars, chips and pretzels.
 
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Or make a stop for a cone of creamy, smooth gelato at Italian chocolatier Venchi, whose popular flavours include pistachio and chocolate. The store sits adjacent to Rasapura Masters, a food court that wraps the perimeters of Digital Light Canvas – an immersive art installation by Japanese collective teamLab. Locate the dim sum stall in Rasapura for light bites including siew mai, curry puffs and egg tarts – then use your newfound local lingo with this guide to Singlish to order a local drink such as kopi (coffee). 
 

Meals by the waterfront

 

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Slow down and seek reprieve from the relentless heat in one of the many restaurants and bars in Marina Bay Sands, several of which dot the waterfront promenade with views of the immediate city skyline.

At the famed Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, fried chicken made from a hundred-year-old recipe is served alongside spiced watermelon and sharp cheddar waffles – while Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay and Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer offer meaty specials including juicy stacked burgers.

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Meantime, the Michelin-starred Din Tai Fung, which sits immediately below Black Tap, attracts a steady lunchtime crowd thanks to its fried rice and xiao long bao (little steamed meat dumplings with broth).
 

Rooftop dining

 

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Should you prefer dining in the skies, LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar and Spago Dining Room by Wolfgang Puck are located on the 57th storey of Marina Bay Sands’ Hotel arm – and both offer three-course lunch dining specials from S$35++ over views of the CBD and Singapore Strait.  

 

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