10 Best Places for Fusion Food in Singapore to Tickle Those Tastebuds [2022]

Here are our top picks for the 10 best places for fusion food in Singapore.

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Last Updated on March 30th, 2022

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Fusion food has been all the hype lately so what is it exactly? Fusion food is the fusion and combination of the flavours from different cuisines.

Fusion food can be literally anything you can think of – Korean Mexican, Japanese Western are the really common ones and of course, we have an even more interesting fusion of flavours.

1. Nassim Hill Bakery Dry Laksa Pasta

Fusion Food in Singapore - Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
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Website https://nassimhill.com.sg/dine-in/
Contact+65 6835 1128
Address56 Tanglin Rd, #01-03,
Singapore 247964
Opening HoursTue – Sun:
8am – 10pm

Mon:
Closed
Highlights– Authentic fusion flavours
– Attentive service staff
– Unique flavours of bakes – Kaya Brioche Donuts
Online Reviews919 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.1/5.0)

Nassim Hill is a friendly brunch cafe in the morning and transforms into to a comfortable, warm dining place in the evenings.

Fusion Food in Singapore - Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
Credit: Nassim Hill Website

If you do head down and are looking for a fusion cuisine, do give their dry laksa pasta a try – S$18 for linguine in creamy laksa sauce, topped with fish cakes and fresh prawns.

2. Vatos Urban Tacos Kimchi Pork Quesadillas

Fusion Food in Singapore - Vatos Urban Tacos Kimchi Pork Quesadillas
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Type of InformationDetails 
Website http://vatossg.com/
Contact+65 6385 6010
Address36 Beach Rd, #01-03 South Beach Quarter,
Singapore 189766
Opening HoursMon & Thu:
5pm – 10.30pm

Tue & Wed & Fri & Sat:
12pm – 10.30pm

Sun:
12pm – 10pm
Highlights– Great atmosphere for chilling
– Consistent food quality
– Top notch service standards
Online Reviews1403 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.2/5.0)

KoMex – A fusion of Korean and Mexican cuisine. From street tacos to Kimchi Carnitas Fries, they’ve got everything you need to satisfy your KoMex cravings. Their Kimchi pork quesadillas go at S$18, though might be on the pricier side, it’s definitely worth a try if you love KoMex food.

Fusion Food in Singapore - Vatos Urban Tacos
Credit: Vatos Urban Tacos Website

They are also running a taco promotion now where you can get the 3rd taco free for every 2 tacos you order on Tuesday!

3. Dumpling Darlings XO Prawn Noodles

Fusion Food in Singapore - Dumpling Darlings XO Prawn Noodles
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Website https://www.dumplingdarlings.com.sg/
Contact+65 8223 9249
Address44 Amoy St,
Singapore 069870
Opening HoursTue – Sun:
11am – 2.30pm
5.30pm – 10pm

Mon:
Closed
Highlights– Interesting concept with unique menus
– Value for money platter
– Unique flavoured and wide range of dumplings
Online Reviews685 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.4/5.0)

Not only are its noodles a fusion (XO Seafood Sauce on top of “Chinese” style noodles” topped with a Hanjuku egg) but so are their dumplings. If you head down, do give their fried pierogi a try – it has cheese, bacon and house-made truffle potato mash.

Fusion Food in Singapore - Dumpling Darlings
Credit: Dumpling Darling Website

Another thing we like about Dumpling Darlings has got to be their drinks – such as the longan osmanthus PuErh, great to go with your noodles!

4. Beng Who Cooks Miso Cream Pasta

Fusion Food in Singapore - Beng Who Cooks Miso Cream Pasta
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Website https://www.facebook.com/BengWhoCooks/
Contact+65 9339 8445
Address39 Neil Rd,
Singapore 088823
Opening HoursMon – Sat:
10.30am – 4.30pm,
5pm – 10.30pm

Sun:
10.30am – 4.30pm
Highlights– Industrial concept with a chic vibe
– Reasonable prices
– Friendly chef who chats with customers
Online Reviews110 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.6/5.0)

Beng Who Cooks features their miso cream pasta going for S$18 – Spaghetti topped with miso cream sauce.

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Another crowd favourite fusion dish is that of the chilli crab pasta which fuses a local favourite into a Western staple. So do head down and give them a try!

5. Ham Bao Bao Ayam Buah Keluak

Fusion Food in Singapore - Ham Bao Bao Ayam Buah Keluak
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Website https://tableagent.com/singapore/hambaobao/
Contact+65 9475 1457
Address11 Sam Leong Rd, #03-08 Trio Building,
Singapore 207903
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
12pm – 10pm

Wed:
Closed
Highlights– Wallet friendly prices
– Chill ambience with artsy touches
– Friendly owners who recommend menu items to customers
Online Reviews161 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.4/5.0)

Serving up unique and affordable burgers – Ham Bao Bao has only 5 burgers on the menu but still sees many from all across the island travelling just to have their burgers, there’s got to be something special about their burgers right?

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Ayam Buah Keluak is a Peranakan favourite that has a patty topped with chap chye and sandwiched between two soft buns.

6. Perch Otah Otah Slider “Bao”

Fusion Food in Singapore - Perch Otah Otah Slider "Bao"
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Type of InformationDetails 
Website http://perch.sg/
Contact+65 6243 6052
AddressJewel, 78 Airport Blvd., #02-244/245 Singapore Changi Airport,
Singapore 819666
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11.30am – 10.30pm
Highlights– Well furbished interior
– Wide range of fusion food
– Reasonable prices and family-friendly
Online Reviews220 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.0/5.0)

Perch is an all-day, casual dining establishment started by 1855 The Bottle Shop. They have a very interesting menu which serves up mainly Asian-European fusion dishes rich in Southeast Asian flavours.

Fusion Food in Singapore - Perch

The Otah Otah slider bao is a good started, featuring sambal mayo, kyuri cucumber together with otah (Southeast Asian fishcake made of ground fish) clapsed between 2 fluffy buns.

7. Li Yuan Mee Pok

Fusion Food in Singapore - Li Yuan Mee Pok
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Website https://singaporefoodie.com/li-yuan-mee-pok-japanese-fusion/
Contact+65 8742 6540
Address710 Clementi West Street 2, #01-247,
Singapore 120710
Opening HoursTue – Sun:
9am – 2.55pm

Mon:
Closed
Highlights– Springy noodles
– Serves up the less common crayfish
– Generous portions
Online Reviews693 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.3/5.0)

Li Yuan Mee Pok was started by Naoji Kuribara who infused Japanese elements into a Singaporean favourite. Customers can choose to have their Mee Pok with either Miso or Shoyu bases and also soup or dry.

li yuan mee pok
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This dish is then topped off with generous portions of cha shu for approximately S$6 or S$7 for a bowl of noodles.

The store usually sees snaking long queues so do head down on a day that you don’t have much time constraints!

8. Takagi Chilli Crab Ramen

Fusion Food in Singapore -  Takagi Chilli Crab Ramen
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Website http://takagiramen.com/
Contact+65 9170 7870
Address51 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #01-01C,
Singapore 569922
Opening Hours24 hours
Highlights– Affordable prices
– 24 hours
– Generous portions for noodles
Online Reviews2603 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.4/5.0)

Ramen for the average Singaporean – We first thought we saw it wrong but no! Takagi ramen operates round the clock and serves up pretty affordable ramen with outlets located mainly in heartland areas island-wide.

Fusion Food in Singapore -  Takagi
Credit: Takagi Website

And yes, you did not see wrong, they are serving up their signature chilli crab ramen which brings a local delight to a Japanese staple!

9. Sinpopo Angus Beef Brisket Rendang

Fusion Food in Singapore - Sinpopo Angus Beef Brisket Rendang
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Type of InformationDetails 
Website https://www.sinpopo.com/content/restaurant.html
Contact+65 6345 5034
Address458 Joo Chiat Rd,
Singapore 427671
Opening HoursMon – Sun:
11am – 10pm
Highlights– Local flavours
– Chill ambience
– Wide range of local flavoured cakes
Online Reviews538 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.0/5.0)

Sinpopo is known for serving up traditional and authentic local gourmet food with a twist. Their menu carries largely local food items such as Nasi Lemak with a juicy Har Jeong Kai Thigh and the Wagyu Beef Horfun for those who love a combination of these flavours.

Fusion Food in Singapore - Sinpopo
Credit: Sinpopo Website

Another of the favourite fusion is the Angus brisket Sinpopo-style rendang which goes at S$20.

10. Cherki Nyonya Pesto Fried Rice

Fusion Food in Singapore - Cherki Nyonya Pesto Fried Rice
Credit: Cherki Website
Type of InformationDetails 
Website https://www.cherki.sg/
Contact+65 6514 8345
Address1 Straits Blvd, #01-02,
Singapore 018906
Opening HoursMon – Sat:
11.30am – 2.30pm,
5pm – 10.30pm

Sun:
Closed
Highlights– Wide range of contemporary Peranakan food
– Great service standards
– Generous portions
Online Reviews212 Google Reviews (Average rating: 4.7/5.0)

Cherki infuses modern techniques and new ingredients into Peranakan cuisine, essentially creating a whole new paradigm where East meets West in food. The menu is meant to be shared and to create a family style dining experience.

This is akin to the traditional “Tok Panjang” style of Peranakan dining, where the entire family sits together to share a wide variety of dishes over hearty conversations.

Fusion Food in Singapore - Cherki
Credit: Cherki Website

The Nyonya Pesto Fried Rice features fragrant blue pea rice with a favourite Western flavour – Pesto to really tickle your tastebuds. Enjoy this amalgamation of flavours for S$18.

Conclusion

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We hope that this guide will be useful in helping you to make a better decision when it comes to finding the best places for fusion food in Singapore.

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