A full array of Turkish dishes is sure to tease your taste buds. Everything here is worth sampling, this being one of Singapore's rare Turkish ... More
A full array of Turkish dishes is sure to tease your taste buds. Everything here is worth sampling, this being one of Singapore's rare Turkish restaurants. The restaurant is cosy and warm. Tables have clear glass tops and chairs are steel. From the peppery Shish Kebabs served with Pilaf to the Mousakka-Zucchini, potato and pan-fried eggplants under layers of Mozzarella cheese.... eating here is definitely a unique experience! House wines are available but one should definitely try the Kaiser Melange, strong Viennese coffee and the Aryan, a Turkish yoghurt drink.
Robertson Quay's an interesting place - better than Boat Quay or Clark Quay. Cappadocia is in the main square - food was OK, service was fine and the new guy on his first night was doing his best. Half way through the meal we asked for classes of water but unfortunately the owner wont allow the staff to serve tap water .... bit silly given that we had purchased 4 starters, 4 meals and a round of beers ,,,, the no water rule is apparently to stop people sitting at their table drinking water all night???
After eating here, moving to Turkey doesnt sound so bad at all. I've eaten at the other Turkish restaurants in the city. But Capadocia is by far the best in terms of quality. The food is simply divine. And my favourite dish is the Chef's platter which samples all the starters which is a great way to start the meal. The lamb cooked in red wine sauce is also divine and well made. Of course the ambience is the best part. The restaurant is located on Robertson walk ( across Robertson quay) and is set in a very quiet, relaxed courtyard setting. Although the majority of the food is great, i would personally stay away from the pomegranate juice( Its canned, and frankly, what is the use in that) An average meal for 2 would cost about 50-60$, so its moderately pricey. But the experience is well worth it.
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium is a spectacular 27 storey atrium style hotel strategically located at the crossroad of Outram and
Havelock Roads. It is just a short drive from Shenton Way financial centre, fascinating Chinatown and fashionable Orchard Road ...
Located in the heart of the business, shopping and entertainment district and a 15 minute ride away from Universal Studios
Singapore, Singapore Marriott Hotel is known for its iconic towering green pagoda on famous Orchard Road.After a busy day, ...
This place needs no introduction, being another branch of the world famous Hard Rock Cafe chain. Full of rock and
roll memorabilia from guitars belonging to famous rock stars to autographed records and even original costumes. On the menu ...