Where to Eat at the West of Singapore
The West is connected by three different MRT lines in Singapore - namely the East-West, North-South and Circle Lines. With cafes and restaurants conveniently located near the MRT stations, those living in the West of Singapore will indeed be spoilt for choice. Here is our pick on where you can head to if you are travelling near the West on the following MRT lines.
East-West Line: The dim sum enthusiast travelling on the East-West Line will find Tim Ho Wan the perfect place to indulge. Situated at Jurong Point, this Michelin-starred cafe located in the West - as well as other parts of Singapore - has been delivering quality dim sum, a trait carried forward from its chain of restaurants in Hong Kong. Chefs at Tim Ho Wan work with the freshest and finest ingredients ever sourced so that what is served is nothing short of flavourful.
North-South: Those craving for some mouthwatering barbecued ribs and chicken on-the-go will find BBQ Express at Choa Chu Kang’s Lot 1 enticing. Easily accessible via the North-South Line, the stall located at the basement of the mall never fails to give passers-by a whiff of freshly grilled meat. The meat is also served with a hearty serving of rice and side dishes - the perfect to-go meal to spend on if you live in the West of Singapore. There are also more outlets available in other malls at different areas of the West - do keep a lookout!
Circle Line: For a dose of European aura, Madrinaa Italiano may excite foodies with a palate for all things Italian. Situated in the heart of Holland Village, those travelling along the Circle Line can give this restaurant a try. You can enjoy a range of classic Italian dishes from its a la carte and set menus. Some highlights include the Salmon Steak, Chilean Seabass and Lamb Shank. Remember to order a glass of wine to complement the flavours of the dish!
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