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Need some last minute help, please mention some restaurants not to be missed in Singapore.

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    Try Doc Cheng's upstairs in the back of Raffles Hotel for excellent Asian-fusion cuisine.

    For the most romantic spot in town, try Au Jardin, French cuisine in the center of the Botanical Gardens.

    Have a martini in the chicest bar in SG, the Post Bar in the Fullerton Hotel, (very beautiful historic and on the river) then walk across the bridge, just out the front door of the hotel, across the river to Indochine, where you will have excellent Vietnamese food with great views of Boat Quay lit up at night.

    If you want a really local experience, take a taxi out to UDMC center on the East Coast, (about 15 min. from downtown) and visit any of the seafood joints facing the beach for chili crabs. It's pretty rustic....fluorescent lighting and concrete floors, but great food and very local experience.

    For great Indian food, try Rang Mahal in the Pan Pacific Hotel or Vansh over by the Stadium.

    these are just a few of the dozens of great places to eat in SG. Eating is one of the national pastimes here and the diversity of cuisines is astonishing.

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