Looking for a place to unwind after a stressful workday? We can’t think of a better place to be than at HarbourFront. This hip area downtown offers you a variety of dining experiences from British fare to Spanish tapas and more. Some of the best offices are also here, like KLOUD Keppel Bay TowerKeppel Land’s newest smart office. Beyond having a commanding view of Sentosa, Keppel Bay, and the Southern Waterfront area, you’ll have all these great restaurants right at your doorstep:

1. Sentosa FOC @ Tanjong Beach Walk

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(Photo Source: FOC Sentosa)

This cheekily named, two-storey restaurant serves up great Spanish tapas – and believe it or not, the name “FOC”, pronounced “fok” actually means “fire” in Catalan, which is the most spoken language in Barcelona.

Designed by Michelin-Star chefs, Nandu Jubany and Jordi Noguera, the menu offers a wonderful variety of chilled and “fiery” tapas, such as a King Crab cannelloni and an open tortilla with peppers and black truffle. If you’re in the mood for something more substantial, try its signature paellas, which can be shared among four people. Yum!

110 Tanjong Beach Walk
Singapore 098943

2. The Queen & Mangosteen

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If you want to have a drink with a touch of sophistication, The Queen and Mangosteen will be right up your alley. While the British style décor is more pub than fine bistro, the food is definitely the latter.

The menu puts a fancy twist on pub grub - think dishes like orange-infused duck or chicken and wild forest mushroom pie. Prices are modestly priced between $26 and $36, but with the restaurant’s serving size, you’ll certainly get your money’s worth.

When you’re done with the mains, you’d be pleased to find that they also stock a wide range of beers, wines and other alcochol. Happy hour is 1-for-1 from 3pm to 9pm daily, and there’s even live music on Wednesdays and Thursdays after 8pm. A perfect place to unwind melt your worries away.

1 HarbourFront Walk
#01-106/107 Vivo City
Singapore 098585

3. Spuds and Aprons

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Going to Spuds and Aprons is a win-win activity – you not only get to enjoy a lovely cable car ride, but also a beautiful meal with a magnificent view.

Located on top of Mount Faber Hill, this hilltop restaurant in Faber Peak offers a great mash of Eastern and Western favourites, such as its Chilli Crab in a Tux (chilli crab stuffed in potato skins) and Truffle Wicked Fries and Gravy, which come topped with six different types of cheeses.

109 Mount Faber Road
Faber Peak, Level 2
Singapore 099203

4. Gillman Barracks

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(Photo Source: Mansons & The Naked Finn)

This favourite destination for hipsters and artists is known as an arts cluster. But there are plenty of great dining options for everyone. The Naked Finn has won over many critics with its fresh and inventive menu of top quality seafood – such as its lobster rolls, which are packed with 90g of succulent meat.

For a more elegant dining experience, check out Masons. This European-inspired establishment is a perfect complement to the lush greenery and colonial barracks. Last but definitely not least, its sophisticated dishes – from a pistachio-crusted rack of lamb to crisp pork crisps, will leave you wanting more.

9 Lock Road
Singapore 108937

5. Harry's at HarbourFront Centre

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If you’re not in the mood for Spanish paella, how about some finger-licking delicious buffalo wings? Relax after work with a few beers or wine and finger food at one of the branches of this iconic bar and dining place located at HarbourFront Centre.

Opened till as late as 1am on Fridays, it's the perfect place to kick back, relax and chill after a stressful day at work. Or even to escape from the crowds at VivoCity and the Singapore Cruise Centre, which is linked to HarbourFront Centre. 

1 Maritime Square
HarbourFront Centre