Arab Street and Haji Lane are filled with some delicious food options, From cute cafes, local restos, fab bars, this is a great place to bring the kids at the weekend or enjoy date night. Here are some of our favorite places in Kampong Glam.
A visit to Haji Lane isn’t complete without a drink from cocktail heaven Bar Stories. There’s no menu here, just tell the bartenders what you're craving, and they'll pour you a custom cocktail. This bar is hidden away on the second floor of an unmarked building and takes a bit of extra effort to find. They often do promos on food and drinks, so it's a great little place to pop to after work.
Bar Stories, 57A Haji Lane, Singapore, 189250, http://barstories.com.sg/
BERGS is a gourmet burger chain with outlets all over the island. The menu is long, so many choices! If you’re looking for something spicy, try the Mumbo Jumbo or if you need something more traditional, go for the Miss Piggy. If beef doesn’t rock your world, they have chicken, fish, and vegetarian options too.
BERGS, 10 Haji Lane, Singapore 189203, or 3 Canton Street, Boat Quay, Singapore 049745, www.bergsburgers.com
Beirut Grill is a Lebanese restaurant set within buzzing Kampong Glam. It has a cozy atmosphere, friendly staff, and an Arabian infused atmosphere. Go beyond hummus and falafel and try some delicious dishes like grilled meats, stuffed pastries, ohm ali and baklavas for dessert.
Beirut Grill, 72 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199485, Singapore, www.facebook.com/beirut.grill.restaurant/
Salad approach is to carefully select home wares of basic colors to compliment or even inspire customers’ with ideas for their home. SaladShop has a mix of fashion and home wares in a bright, airy two-story space. This is the sort of place you can come to dress both yourself and your home. With clean, simple, unique products in neutral colors.
SaladShop, 27 Haji Lane, Singapore, 189218, http://the-salad-store.blogspot.sg/
This is the first plane inspired restaurant in Singapore. On the second floor take a look out of the window and watch the buzz of Arab Street. Sushi Airways makes the best sushi and sashimi for all its passengers. Seafood is flown in four times a week from Japan to ensure you have the most authentic experience.
Sushi Airways, 20A Baghdad Street, Singapore 199659, Singapore, www.sushiairways.com
Set in the colorful Haji Lane, near Arab street, Piedra Negra boasts authentic delicious Mexican cuisine prepared with love by their Mexican chef, Leo Muñoz. Make sure you try their frozen lime margarita and yummy beef nachos. Ask for a table outside and watch the hustle and bustle of Haji Lane.
Piedra Negra, 241 Beach Road, Singapore, +65 6291 1927 www.facebook.com/Piedra.Negra.Haji.Lane/timeline
Istanblue is a cozy restaurant that serves traditional Turkish dishes. They have an extensive menu to choose from. Why not start with a selection of mezze from hummus to stuffed vine leaves, order the mixed mezze platter and the Istanblue Shish Kebab. Pick lots of smaller dishes to try a little bit of everything.
Istanblue Mezze & Grill House, 17 Baghdad Street, Singapore 199656, Singapore, www.facebook.com/IstanblueSG#
& Why brings the love of New York, particularly the delicatessen and cafe culture scene, back home to Singapore, leading to the only Halal New York-influenced cafe in town! Make sure you try the Lobster Mobster, pulled beef sandwich, or the Laksa Leaf Aglio with Tiger Prawns. If you’re detoxing they have a mean mocktail menu! Take note they are closed every Wednesday.
&Why, 31 Bali Lane, Singapore 189867, Singapore, www.facebook.com/andwhyatbalilane#_=_
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