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Best of Singapore

nmanowitz | Apr 11, 200804:03 AM     25

I am lucky enough to be able to travel to Singapore in May for three days and I am looking some great food experiences. I live near NYC and don't need to repeat what I can get there. Specifically, I am looking for:

1) Most importantly I am looking for find the number one food experience in Singapore. Is there a three star Michelin quality restaurant? I want the French Laundry of Singapore. I don’t care the cuisine, just the quality. No limit on price.

2) Top hawkers. What are the “you must try” places? Looking for that great inverse proportion experience between great food and no décor. I watched Bourdain’s show on Singapore and read around, but would love more recommendations. There is a ton already on the board. But, is there a top one that is out of this world?What will be engrained in a person’s mind to have again, long after they left?

3) Where to go for great chili crab and black pepper crab? Is No Signboard Seafood the best?

Any other great recommendations would be great. Thanks!

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