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Dining in West Singapore

If you’ve already explored the busier parts of Singapore, you might want to consider venturing into the residential Bukit Timah district.

In particular, there are two enclaves worth exploring here - Greenwood Avenue and Sixth Avenue.

Dining in West Singapore

Greenwood is where you can find eateries such as popular Greenwood Fish Market & Bistro, Middle Eastern restaurant Levant, as well as Italian-Brazilian restaurant Donna Carmela for a deliciously substantial meal. To round off your meal, head to La Braceria for classic desserts like tiramisu.

Dining in West Singapore

Sixth Avenue, meanwhile, hosts its own tantalising roster of eateries and shops. Feel the need to detox? Try a raw food meal at The Living Café & Deli, then drop by Singapore’s first Japanese day spa, Ikeda Spa, which offers treatments from traditional onsen (hot spring) baths to facials.

But if you’re in the mood for heartier fare, check out Little Diner, with its New York-style comfort food such as Coney Island flash-fried calamari. Or maybe pick up a bottle of wine at 1855 The Bottle Shop or The Straits Wine Company.

With so much to eat and do, you may just find yourself spending a whole day at Bukit Timah.