Where to Eat in Clark Quay
Here are some of the places to eat in Clark Quay. For a more comprehensive listings and reviews of places to eat in Clark Quay, Boat Quay, please visit SD Food Advisor

  • Peony-Jade Restaurant
    Look forward to delectable modern Chinese dishes that add zest to traditional Szechuan and Cantonese cuisine at the award-winning Peony-Jade Restaurant. If you are new to Asian cuisine, you won’t go wrong with their infamous Szechuan Smoked Duck with Camphor Wood or their Peking Duck.
    Address :
    #02-02 Clarke Quay, Block 3A, River Valley Road
    Tel: (65) 63380305

  • Coriander Leaf
    The price of cooking lessons at Coriander Leaf is a steal when you realize that owner Samia Ahad does all the teaching herself. From SGD 85 to SGD 125 per session (which includes food tasting and a recipe book to take home with you) you get to be a part of an interactive class of no more eight students as she dispenses practical tips on cooking and cuisines, which range from Italian, Indian, Mediterranean, Pakistani and even Persian.
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    Address :
    #02-03 Clarke Quay, Block 3A, River Valley Road
    Tel: (65) 67323354

  • Ras, the Essence of India
    Boasting a groovy minimalist interior with a ‘60s vibe, Ras is an authentic North Indian restaurant that offers the most traditional of recipes. The Hindi word means “juice” or “essence” and at Ras, it translates to all-time favourites like butter chicken and palak paneer (creamed spinach).
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    Address :
    #01-05A Clarke Quay, Block 3D, River Valley Road
    Tel: (65) 68372800

  • Brewerkz
    Fans of this North American joint swear by its copper-hued, bottled India Pale Ale, which won the gold medal at the recent World Beer Cup in San Diego. In this true-blue brewery, you can see the hops and malt that go into your drink through a mill, tank and vat.
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    Address :
    #01-05 Riverside Point, 30 Merchant Road
    Tel: (65) 64382311
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