Restaurants at Robertson Quay

The Robertson Quay area is quite a pleasant place and there is free parking there on Sundays, mainly because most of the restaurants don’t open till 1pm and are pretty expensive.  You won’t find any fast food outlets here, but you will notice there are a lot of expats who love to hang out here and I noticed quite a number of Japanese expatriates as well.

The long stemmed ceiling fans outside the Wine Connection Deli & Bistro wowed me and a blackboard wall menu is always a nice feature.

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This was a Japanese style Taiwanese restaurant which I was hesitant to try as I don’t really like fusion food.

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The eiffel tower centre-piece with the balloons attracted me, but the prices won’t be kind to your pocket.

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This restaurant decorated like a ship caught my attention as well.

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2 Responses to Restaurants at Robertson Quay

  1. kierstens says:

    I think Robertson Quay might be my favorite place in SG!

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