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Exotic food diaries: Add these unique cuisines to your foodie list in Singapore

Ever tried Nepalese, Caribbean, African or Russian cuisines? You can do so right here in Singapore.

In the flavour city that is Singapore, we’re spoilt with a melting pot of cultures and cuisines. We love our mix of local and international food – from local delights to Japanese, Mexican, Korean and even American. But by now, you’ve probably had countless bowls of ramen and plates of kimchi fried rice, so how about trying something a little more exotic?

These unique cuisines don’t have to be an elusive commodity – sample exotic food at these eateries in Singapore.

Exotic food in Singapore: Unique cuisines to try

4. Persian cuisine: Shabestan

Shabestan adds flavour to the prominent riverside spot that is Robertson Quay. The Persian restaurant brings you fine Middle Eastern cuisine that’ll floor everyone at the table. For a preview of Persian flavours, best-sellers lamb kubideh, shandiz (lamb chops), shah pasand chicken, ghormeh sabz and bahala polo machicheh (lamb shank) will leave you satisfied. Big eaters will enjoy the Shabestan platter for two or four, with generous portions of minced lamb, chicken, fish and prawn kebabs and a choice of lamb or beef fillet. Shabestan, #01-13, 80 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 239013

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