S'pore's newest dining hotspots off the eaten track
Tired of the usual chain eateries? Are the usual shopping malls getting you down?
Diners seeking something off the eaten track have more to rejoice, as new dining clusters around Singapore emerge.
Best of all, they are not in out-of-the-way areas but places accessible easily by public transport.
One example is Seah Street near Raffles Hotel.
Once a "blink and you'll miss it" street better known for its chicken rice eateries by day and girly bars by night, Seah Street is slowly stirring to life.
At least three new smart-casual eateries have opened up along the street in the last three months, lending the street a new, upmarket buzz.