Sometimes, the urge to have Malaysian food strikes, and nothing satisfies until you get it. When that happens, count on 10Best to point you in the direction of Singapore's best Malaysian restaurants. We understand the desire to have a great meal, and we work hard to bring you the top places to eat in Singapore. We vet restaurants carefully for quality, and when we recommend popular eateries like 328 Katong Laksa or tell you that Straits Kitchen gets good reader feedback, you can believe it. We'll make sure you get - and eat - what's best.

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Blue Ginger

Peranakan cuisine is also called Straits Chinese or nyonya. Whatever you call it, it's a cross between Chinese (especially Hokkien) and Malaysian food, and considered to be homestyle comfort food like grandma used to make. This is Blue Ginger's...  Read More

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328 Katong Laksa

Laksa aficionados will tell you that this is the undisputed king of laksa vendors on the island, having seen off years of competition from poor imitators. Laksa is a noodle dish with a rich coconut curry base, typically served with shrimp, tofu...  Read More

East Coast Lagoon Food Village

This 25-year-old hawker center was given a new lease of life with an extensive facelift in 2004 and remains one of the best places to sample real local food. If you're unfamiliar with hawker center etiquette, here's what you do: find a table...  Read More

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Sinar Pagi Nasi Padang

When you can't decide what to eat, have nasi padang. This Indonesian fare consists of a dizzying variety of meat and veggie dishes, served with steamed rice. The secret to good nasi padang is in its balance of flavors – you don't want anything...  Read More

The Straits Kitchen at the Grand Hyatt Hotel is a good option if you're looking for a buffet dinner of local delights. While every visitor to Singapore should really experience dinner in a hawker centre at least once, The Straits Kitchen...  Read More