Explore the World at Boat Quay
If you are heading out to Boat Quay for dinner with your friends or family, you can take your pick from the variety of international cuisines along the riverside and beyond. Here are our top three recommendations.
Asian Cuisine: Bringing in flavours from Thailand to South Bridge Road, Un Yang Kor Dai offers an extensive menu of traditional Thai dishes, served amid a comforting Thai communal dining environment. Its selection includes special dishes from Issan, Thailand’s largest region in the North-west. Some highlights include the Issan Spicy Grilled Pork Neck Fried Rice and the Steamed Whole Sea Bass in Spicy Lime Sauce. Just a four-minute walk from the Boat Quay riverside, this Thai restaurant is one of the best in the city centre.
Mediterranean Cuisine: For flavours from the countries around the Mediterranean sea, the Pita Tree Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar will be the ideal choice. Its menu is packed with flavours of Middle Eastern spices and grills - there is traditional Hummus & Meat and Falafel as well as grilled lamb and chicken servings. Even better, the dishes are prepared from organic ingredients such as sumac berries and tahini. It will be a perfect place to unwind over good food. Top it off with some drinks and enjoy the beautiful Boat Quay waterfront while you’re dining.
European Cuisine: If you want to end your dinner with a European treat, take a seven-minute walk along the river towards Eu Tong Sen Street. Churreria La Lola makes Spanish churros from scratch. The churros are paired with chocolate and ice-cream, among other fusion options. You can give their savoury Pork Floss Xuxo Churros a try for something more adventurous to this sweet and salty dessert!
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