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Singapore Restaurants: Help me update my list

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I've just learned that I’m going to be traveling to Singapore about once a month. I will be entertaining clients there so I’m looking for a list of restaurants, both for myself and for my customers.

My clients tend to be a well traveled and sophisticated group, but their taste in food varies widely; some like Asian/some prefer Western; some tolerate spicy/some break out in hives around a chili; some are more adventurous/some play it safe.

My criteria are good food, good service, wine served, no buffet, no food courts. Price is not so much an issue as ambience. We want to be able to relax and talk.

I’m more interested in stand alone restaurants than those in hotels, but can be flexible on this point.

So far my list includes:
Le Paillon
Halia
Doc Cheng & Steak Restaurant at Raffles

I'd appreciate some suggestions.

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