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The Best Al Fresco Dining In Singapore   

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Updated: 15 October 2016
Singapore is a city full of life with countless restaurants, bars and clubs. During the day it can be hot and sticky but at night when the temperature cools, the al fresco scene comes to life. If you’re in Singapore and in doubt of where to eat, check out our list of the top al fresco dining options in the city, each offering unique qualities and delicious food.
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Latteria Mozzarella Bar

For those who love mozzarella, there is no need to look any further. Latteria is a mozzarella bar full of hearty Italian dishes with delicious cheeses and the portions are large and delightful. The outdoor area is a great place to sit and relax on a lovely cool night or during the day. From the starters to mains and desserts, diners will taste true, authentic Italian flavors. Be sure to book on the weekend as the restaurant gets incredibly busy. The mozzarella at this bar is incredibly fresh and the atmosphere is lovely.

40 Duxton Hill, Singapore, +65 6866 1988

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Tamarind Hill

A delicious Thai restaurant in Singapore, Tamarind Hill offers a taste of Thailand with beautifully presented dishes in a warm atmosphere. The quality of the food is on par with the stunning presentation. The restaurant has been designed to create a sense of privacy, making this a perfect place for a romantic evening. The outdoor al fresco option is recommended by diners.

30 Labrador Villa Road, Singapore, +65 6278 6364

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Salt Tapas & Bar

Salt Tapas & Bar brings together the best of Singaporean and Asian cuisines with European and Australian culinary skills. The daytime menu offers relatively cheap drinks and during the evenings, guests can indulge in a list of top-quality wines. The tapas culture allows for many small dishes of food to be ordered at once, meant for sharing, ideal for tasting all the food you fancy. The atmosphere is vibrant though on the weekends it can be a bit too loud for conversation. With an innovative menu, this place is a favorite for many Singaporeans.

252 North Bridge Road, Singapore, +65 6837 0995

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HOUSE

Sitting on top of Dempsey Hill is HOUSE, a restaurant and gallery for art lovers. This is a unique local experience with a fun twist and western cuisines made with local flavors. The restaurant is designed like a greenhouse with plenty of natural light, though thankfully there is air conditioning. Outside you can experience the refreshing atmosphere with the light breeze that always blows right across the hill. Surrounding the restaurant is beautiful greenery, which creates the sense you are far from the city.

8D Dempsey Road, Singapore, +65 6475 7787

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Artichoke Café & Bar

If you’re looking for top-quality Middle Eastern or Mediterranean meals in Singapore, then Artichoke Café and Bar is the place to go to. This no-frills restaurant refers to its food as ‘dude food’, which means it’s unpretentious. If you’re with a group of friends, try booking the lambgasm: a whole roasted bone-in-shoulder lamb that is cooked beautifully and serves five people. This special must be ordered 48 hours in advance. The service, food and wine are all exceptional here. Artichoke can get busy, so it’s best to book in advance.

161 Middle Road, Sculpture Square, Singapore, +65 6336 6949