Singapore has been termed as one of the best and most suitable places for expatriates to live.CNBC also named Singapore the number one country in the world for expats to live and work. It is well loved and famed for a wide range of ethnic food. Most visitors and also local civilians from Singapore have the best places where they love to eat for Expats. Some of the top rated places for eating include the following;


The Holland village spot can be easily located in many locations. It is often packed with a sea of humanity with expats often being spotted crawling in and out or sitting with friends for an extended period of time. It is a nice place for breakfast items with bakery and coffee options. Baker and Cook multiple locations are, Greenwood, JalanMerah Saga, Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore Middle Rd, Singapore ; Swan Lake Avenue, Opera Estate East, Singapore 455700 and 77 Hillcrest Road.


In addition to great meals the spot also has all televised sporting events where expats unite at 6:30 am for the super bowl, 10:00am for the Rugby World cup and everything amazing in between. They have an extensive menu selection with a wide range of beer, wine and cocktails making it a perfect place for hanging out with friends and sporting. It has two locations, 60 Robertson Quay, 52 Circular Road, Singapore 049407.


It has very friendly staff, who politely smile and remember orders taken. It is a nice family place including parents, children and dog owners. It is one place that not only accepts people but also pets like dogs. It is a great spot to also catch up with friends and is always buzzing with expats. It has two outlets at Robertson Quay and Sentosa.


It is a famous Estate where people love spending their time.The menu is packed with items for breakfast, lunch, coffee drinks and their famous take away coffee beans. It is also a nice place to chill out with friends and family both on weekdays and on the weekends. It is an incredibly convenient place for meetings and quiet working. It is located in 8 Rodyk Street, 10–03/04 Singapore 238216.


Expats really love super loco because they love Mexican food, it is family friendly and has plenty of drinks with friends. The spot is open air located in expat hot spot Robinson Quay attracting a huge flow of people. It is a popular place for neighborhood crowd to have a fun night out.


This spot serves upscale western café food in a lavish environment. It is always buzzing with expats enjoying breakfast, bunch and various savory bites throughout the day it is also a great place for town guests and locals. For those meeting new people it is also the right place. It has two outlets in Mandarin Gallery and 6 Scotts square.

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